Friday, August 28, 2009

Autumnal Equinox Streaming Performance

Tune in Saturday, Sept. 19 to to listen to live performances from musicians from around the world. Mahoney's set will begin at 9pm est and will be followed by M. Peck from 9:30-10:00 est. Enjoy!

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

A Nod to Imprint

This following excerpt was recently posted on the Star's End Weekly Update.
"Imagine you are traveling at light speed inyour spaceshipsomewhere out atthe furthest reaches of the aural universe. Suddenly there is a malfunction and you must ditchit on a nearby deserted desert planet! Oh No! With little hope of rescue you are on your own for the foreseeable future. So what music would youwant to have with you while you are waiting to be found? STAR'S END asked this of avid listener and supporter Kathy Jeffries ofBaltimore, Maryland. Kathy came up with a very interesting Top Ten. Admiting to having a difficult time narrowing it down to just ten discs Kathy does include a few double CD sets in her list (no doubt this excess weight in her luggage led to the crash!) So let us see what Kathy will be listening to until Space Patrol comes by to pick her up!"

Top Ten Desert PlanetDiscs - Kathy Jeffries

Landmass by Steve Roach
Bestiary by Robert Rich
My Life in the Bush of Ghosts by Brian Eno & David Byrne
Rain Falls in Grey by Radio Massacre International
Continuum by Ian Boddy
Toward the Within by Dead Can Dance
Lux Vivens by Jocelyn Montgomery
Ambient Elsewhere by Ministry of Inside Things
Chronos by Michael Stearns
Imprint by Mahoney & Peck

Thanks Kathy! We appreciate the support.

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

AE 09

Saturday, Sept. 19 WWR artists Michael Peck and Mark Mahoney will be performing solo sets celebrating the Autumnal Equinox. These performances will be broadcast via web on
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Saturday, August 1, 2009

Hypnagogue Review on Beyond the Vaulting Sky

"Mahoney's work is very electronic in nature, urging technosqueals and transistobabble from his gear and bending them to his compositional will. They're eminently malleable in his hands, readily made into workable components for his dark-edged soundforms. But he's equally at home working the waveform of a softer ambient flow. That craftsmanship is in full effect on Beyond the Vaulting Sky..."
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