September, the Ninth Month
I am now waking up before the sun again, and dinners are happening around sunset, so we have to be mindful about promptly cooking on the barbeque lest we run out of light. We have eased into a cooler weather pattern for September, just in time for the uptick in Covid-19 cases in my village. It seems that it probably wasn’t such a great idea to try pushing the kids back into school and for people to start going back into offices. It has occurred to me that the last live show I participated in was one year ago, the 3eee festival in Palmera, Portugal. This year has, however been good for developing my live virtual performance chops, although I’ve been at it for about 13 years, doing these internet radio performances.
And yes, I am doing another Ephemera in a couple of hours, for a couple of hours. There’s enough modules in the Eurorack for it to do something autonomous, and of course there’s the rest of the studio to be able to go through a number of vignettes, some of which will be entirely improvised, some which will be my compositions, all of it always my own.
If you want to see me in RL, I will be broadcasting this show on twitch.tv as well as my typical haunts in SL and via RadioSpiral’s stream. https://twitch.tv/edisonrex4 for that, each broadcast is an improvement, hopefully this one will be as well. If you just listen in the background, that’s ok too..
2 Hours of Live, unedited improvisation and performance
The show starts at 3PM PDT/6PM/EDT/23:00 BST/00:00 WST
To listen, just click the play arrow on our widget at http://radiospiral.net or you can tune your media player (or browser) in to https://radiospiral.net/stream.mp3 (or check our site for more advanced instructions).
Please, if you’d like, meet us in the Radiospiral Slack chat room or in Second Life at the Orlov region, http://radiospiral.life
You can join chat by going to http://mrspiral.slack.com and registering for our feature-rich Slack chat room. You’ll usually find our show host in chat too, as well as some of our wonderful collection of musicians.
If you’ve missed shows or want to explore some of the past Ephemera performances, you can find them at https://aegura.harriman4.com/ephemera.php which has the past few years of them. Beware, they’re all 2 hours long so there’s a lot to listen to (maybe 200 hours or so).