|The Independent artist spotlight, broadcast 92
||[Oct. 6th, 2019|06:09 pm]
The RSS feeds and soon Mixcloud will have this show. Here is the playlist and any other notations for this show.|
Welcome to broadcast 204 of the Independent artist show. My name is Jared Rimer, and we've got a packed show for you.
Studio4632, a net label on Bandcamp, recently lost their founder Candy L. In her memory, the community recently released an album entitled A Last Sunset- A Celebration of Candy Lozier- Volume 1. We're also going to play an album entitled Scenes From A Forest which was done by Cousin Silas with her. Also, in the forgotten category, Scott Lawlor released a hidden gem that he found and released this year. A Process of Transformation is in between two albums, and the album is three tracks long.
"Scott Lawlor returns to eM with a deeply personal album about love and loss. The work herein is Scott at his absolute finest, and is best described by
the artist himself.
"The idea that something is dying needs to be investigated to see what it is. It is not we who are really dying but only the false self that is experiencing
the end of its illusory view of life — our personal, homemade self, which has been the object of our efforts and is secretly present in virtually all of
our good deeds." This is only a portion of the notations themselves. Click on the link where you can read, and buy this album. Included is also a PDF file with pictures and notes within it as well.
We're also going to have some other music by a wide range of artists as well. The Last Sunset album is 3 hours alone, so there is no way we're going to feature every track.
Here is the Email I received through Scott Lawlor.
"Hi friends and fans.
Please forgive the above average communications lately but I wanted to bring an album to your attention, one that I have a track on, but, more importantly
than that, a collection of tracks that honors the memory of Candy Lozier who passed on from this world in September.
As a lot of you know, she was a great supporter of the music community, owner of
studio4632.bandcamp.com and a terrific composer and improviser in her own right."
There are 296 releases on this label, check them out and support the work of this label.
Underneath that, is the link which we've linked above.
We can't forget Keith Hinton who submitted two tracks to us as well. We sent him everything we've got, and he has been in communication with the network by Twitter direct message. Thanks Keith for the music, and for communicating with us.
I hope you'll enjoy today's program and thanks so much for listening!