Loose yourself in Post-Ambient’s penultimate bucolic wander through ambient, new-age and balearic genres as he plays tracks by Wolf Müller, Worldwide Zen, José Padilla…
Le collectionneur japonais et blogueur passionné Post-Ambient retrouve nos ondes pour deux nouvelles heures de “Mori To Kiroku No Ongaku”, se baladant légèrement entre new-age, modern classical, ambient via Tom Wolgers, Quiet Force, Jun Sato et bien d’autres.
Dive into Post-Ambient’s last show with an hour of new-age and contemporary jazz, and a focus on the acoustic instrumental sound of American guitarist and composer William Ackerman for the second hour.
“This two hour mix is inspired by a picture of a star-filled night sky, which I saw on social media a week ago. It was taken by a person who lives in Hokkaido during the power outage due to the 2018 Hokkaido Eastern Iburi Earthquake. I sincerely pray for the safety and peace of mind of everyone who suffered from these disasters.”
Last Mori To Kiroku No Ongaku of the season, still with Tomoyuki Fuji focusing this time on Japanese composer Masahiro Sugaya for the second hour.
Post-Ambient blog founder and collector Tomoyuki Fuji is back with a fifth show dedicated partly to Spaniard José Luis Almeida, and a flawless selection of new-age and ambient works.
Listen back to Post Ambient blog founder Tomoyuki Fujii playing zen music in the first half, meandering through minimal electronic and soft new-age, and later focusing on the Spaniard Miguel Herrero, member of the Grabbaciones Accidentales label and the neo folk movement of bands and artists such as Orquestra de las Nubes, Suso Saiz and more.
Listen back to a selection of Japanese aquatic new-age and environmental music (related to a small book entitled “Mizu To Zunkan No Ongaku” by our host) for the first hour, and a focus on Italian producer Alessandro Pizzin for the second.
Once every two month with unquenchable digger Tomoyuki Fujii, also behind Post Ambient’s blog, here with a special focus on Pablo’s Eye for the second hour.
Meet the Japanese ambient, ethereal folklore & new-age digger Tomoyuki Fujii, delivering a two-hour show with a free selecta for the first hour, and a focus on american composer John Etnier for the second.
THOMAS DIETHELM BAND – S.N.E.U.
DANNY HEINES – 7 Palms
HILTZIK & GREENWALD – The Color Of Memory
CHATEAU – Breakers
JOSEPH SHABASON – Looking Forward to Something, Dude
ANDREW THOMAS – One Thousand Pinholes In A Black Paper Sky
BEN COX – Grebe
TOM WOLGERS – Collage
VANGELIS KATSOULIS – Liquidity
MARTIN KORNBERGER & VOLKER KUHN – Sans
ZWEITETT – November Sun
JURAJ GALAN & NORBERT DÖMLING – Playing for Love
RALF KOTHE – Regendurst
JOHN ETNIER – Arterial: Part One
JOHN ETNIER – NE Slow *
JOHN ETNIER – Fall
JOHN ETNIER – Another Pacing Coyote *
JOHN ETNIER – Bambiville
JOHN ETNIER – Night *
JOHN ETNIER – Winter
JOHN ETNIER – Her Dance
JOHN ETNIER – 9.8.87 (Strings & Piano) *
JOHN ETNIER – October
JOHN ETNIER – 12.31.88 *