Sleeping with the Windows Open

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Just released two weeks ago (22 June 2013), Sleeping with the Window Open from Another Neglected Hobby, aka Mark Cotton, is a tribute to childhood memories of the sounds outside his window during summer nights. It’s a lovely environmental and experimental ambient release that crosses several lines in its execution. A bit on the dark side, it is very well crafted, rich without being overwhelmingly dense. It’s very atmospheric, and is one of my new favorites.

Seeking Enlightenment

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This week’s edition of At Water’s Edge explores seeking enlightenment through music: http://wp.me/p2T7p3-t7

Art and Music

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This week’s edition of At Water’s Edge features musicians who are also visual artists of […]

Dance of the Hours

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This week’s At Water’s Edge program has something of a story arc, framed by Altus’ […]

While My Guitar

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It’s amazing what you can do with a guitar or guitar-like instrument, and some pedals […]

The Women

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This week we’re featuring works by women artists, including a couple of new additions to […]

Mom and Apple Pie

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For this week’s edition of At Water’s Edge, we celebrate motherhood in several forms. Not […]

Rhythm

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Back by popular demand, we have another “Rhythm” program on this week’s edition of At […]

Then Comes the Rain

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“April showers bring May flowers…” This time of year, rain in the northern hemisphere is […]

Love and Loss

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For this week’s edition of At Water’s Edge, we’re delighted to announce a very special […]

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