Another Free Download from Chronotope Project

Higgs Field

Chronotope Project joins the Spotted Peccary roster of artists in 2015, and we’re celebrating with this second free download of the wonderful new track “Higgs Field.”

Get the free download at Bandcamp.com, and look for future Chronotope Project works, including the full length “Dawn Treader,” which will be released August 2015.

Numina + Zero Ohms Listening Party & Live Chat

Listening Party

On March 27th, SOMA.FM’s Drone Zone channel will be playing the new Numina + Zero Ohms album “Broken Stars Through Brilliant Clouds,” and also debuting Numina’s upcoming solo album “Through The Gate to Nowhere.”

The Relaxed Machinery artist community will be hosting a simultaneous live chat with the artists during the broadcast! If you’d like to be a part of it, here are the details…

When to listen live:
Friday March 27th – 8pm Eastern Time (UTC -4)

That means…
Friday March 27th
2pm – Honolulu
5pm – San Francisco
6pm – Denver
7pm – Memphis
8pm – New York

Saturday March 28th
Midnight – London
1am – Paris
3am – Moscow
9am – Tokyo
11am – Sydney

How to listen
Go to Soma.fm’s Drone Zone
and click the “Listen Now” button.
http://soma.fm/dronezone/

Join the chat
Head on over to Relaxed Machinery
and join the listening party to chat live with the artists!
http://relaxedmachinery.ning.com

Howard Givens & Craig Padilla: Life Flows Water

Life Flows Water

Life Flows Water is a new collaboration between Spotted Peccary Music’s founder and creative guru Howard Givens (Brain Laughter) and veteran electronic virtuoso Craig Padilla.  It is a meditation in form, opening and closing with tones from a Tibetan bowl, and flowing, evolving continuously through seven impressions of deeply nuanced ambient electronic artistry.  Performed live on a profound array of electronic instruments from classic vintage and modular synths to modern digital keyboards, this delicately choreographed work is really about inward expansiveness – like true meditation – focused on a purity and simplicity in an abstract fulness.

read more & listen…