As Above, So Below

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We take a musical journey through the alien scapes of outer space, innerspace, and underwater, with tracks by Robert Logan, Philip Wilkerson, Robert Rich, Stephen Briggs and Disturbed Earth, Joe McMahon, Bridge to Imla, Bing Satellites, and a new track by anantakara.

We also pay tribute to Wolfgang Gsell, who changed his cosmic address this week.

The scapes of outer space are mysterious, often beautiful, often terrifying. So, too, is the deep underwater of our home planet. Today we explore both. The late Wolfgang Gsell, whose music fits right in with this theme, has been one of the finest creators of ambient / space music, a talented photographer, radio host, and a genuinely nice person. He will be greatly missed, and the music he leaves the world makes him immortal.

Enjoy your new cosmic address, Wolfgang, and thanks for the music.


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On this week’s edition of At Water’s Edge, the winter challenge “WinterSong”. We received a few lovely tracks for it, and the rest of the program includes previously released tracks sent for the show, as well as a sampling of winter-themed music from the RadioSpiral library.


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On this edition of At Water’s Edge, the topic is FIRE. You might be thinking, “too soon!”, but there’s method to our madness. In addition to hearing some awesome tracks from the RadioSpiral library, we’re going to talk about ways you can help relief efforts around the fires in Southern California fires, still burning out of control.

* Lifehacker lists several ways you can help around the California fires:
* Ventura County Community Fund is dispersing funds locally for either immediate or long term assistance:

About Puerto Rico:
* Charity Navigator has compiled a list of reliable organizations, both local and national to assist in Puerto Rico:


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We are pleased to bring you the next At Water’s Edge challenge: Zodiac. We are treated to a whole suite of new tracks from Glenn Sogge (do we smell an album?) created specifically for the challenge, as well as individual tracks by George L Smyth, Palancar, David Gerard, and playman54. It will be a … dare we say it? … STELLAR day!

The challenge for this episode was to compose a track that exemplifies your favorite sign of the Zodiac; it didn’t need to be your own sign — and in fact in most cases turned out not to be.

The results were full of surprises! Two tracks from different artists went so well together that you’ll hear them back to back, and Glenn Sogge basically wrote a whole album.

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