Category Archives: radio

Factory close to the Yangtze River on Tallinn radio

ihab106_front I was pleasantly surprised to see on of my tracks played on the IDA Tallinn radio station recently. Looks like they were playing Impulsive Habitat artists. Here is the link to the show.

IDA is an online community radio based in Tallinn & Helsinki.

Thanks IDA!

Here is a link to The rain that fell  published on Impulsive Habitat

Pine, Lake and Piano on WFMU’s Play Vertigo

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I was delighted and very moved when Mayuko, host of Play Vertigo, asked to use my image and track for her latest Play Vertigo show. I listen to her radio show weekly and always find some new music, but more importantly some wonderful insights from an incredible artist whose artwork I find very mysterious and inspiring.

Here is the set list
Here is a link to the show titled Drift.
Finally, here is a link to Mayuko’s artwork

Thanks to Mayuko and WFMU.
Tune in on Saturdays or check out previous shows.

A long ride on Play Vertigo with Mayuko!

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Deepest thanks to the magnificent Mayuko for playing A Long Ride after the Rain on her Play Vertigo radio show today on WFMU ! Easily one of the best radio programs going.
Here is the link to the show and playlist. Here is the link if you want to listen-

Below is A Long Ride-

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Play Vertigo Fundraiser for WFMU

I feel really honored to contribute a track to Mayuko’s compilation fundraiser CD for WFMU. The playlist is here and to hear the track go here. A warm thanks again to Mayuko for asking me to compose a track mostly of rocks an pebbles. The compilation looks great so please donate to keep this wonderful station going! There are a number of prizes along with her wonderful artwork.

Bells and Birds on Play Vertigo

Deep thanks to Mayuko for playing Bells and Birds on her Play Vertigo show yesterday. A show devoted to the New Year and the Japanese monk Ikkyu san. Playlist is here
and to listen go here. A great way to start the year! I would also check out her past shows or tune in every Saturday at noon. Thanks Mayuko!