Tones & Drones This podcast includes conversational style interviews with musicians who work in the realm of ambient, drone, space and new age music.hosted by Jason M. Miller - ambient musician and radio producerThe podcast is produced in the studios of 91.3 FM KVLU Public Radio.www.kvlu.org
Tones & Drones

Tones & Drones

From KVLU

This podcast includes conversational style interviews with musicians who work in the realm of ambient, drone, space and new age music.hosted by Jason M. Miller - ambient musician and radio producerThe podcast is produced in the studios of 91.3 FM KVLU Public Radio.www.kvlu.org

Most Recent Episodes

Tones & Drones w/ guest Chuck Wild of Liquid Mind

My guest on this episode is Chuck Wild, he is a Los Angeles composer, keyboardist, songwriter and producer. Chuck Wild is best known for his series of very successful Liquid Mind® albums. For more information about Chuck Wild and Liquid Mind visit: https://liquidmindmusic.com/wild.html https://liquidmindmusic.com/anxiety/index.html Tones & Drones is hosted and produced by Jason M. Miller in the studios of 91.3 FM KVLU. For more information visit: kvlu.org Music in this episode has been used with the permission of the artist.

Tones & Drones with guest AMULETS

My guest on this episode of the podcast is Randall Taylor aka AMULETS. His musical alias of AMULETS, employs handmade cassette tape loops and live processed guitar loops to create live soundscapes and immersive drones. Through the recontextualisation of cassettes, sampling, field recording, and looping, these long-form compositions blur the genres of ambient, drone, noise, and electronic music. He has developed a following on his YouTube channel, where he is able to not only present his style of cassette based tape loop music and electronic textures, but also his visual art work as well. For more information about AMULETS visit: https://amulets.bandcamp.com/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmEJe33zRVKIgcycKeBmzJA Tones & Drones is hosted and produced by Jason M. Miller. The podcast is produced in the studios of 91.3 FM KVLU. For more information about KVLU, visit: kvlu.org Music in this episode of the podcast was used with permission of the artist.

Tones & Drones with guest Alex Haas

My guest on the podcast is Alex Haas. His music has an ambient quality whether he is working in the styles of techno, EDM, downtempo or dub. Alex is also a visual artist and recording engineer, having worked at the famed Power Station Studio in New York City. For more information about his music and visual art visit: https://alexhaas.bandcamp.com/ https://alexhaas.com/ Tones & Drones is hosted and produced by Jason Miller in the studios of 91.3 FM KVLU. For more information visit: kvlu.org Music in this episode of the podcast was used with permission of the artist.

Tones & Drones with guest Ian Boddy

My guest on this episode is British composer, sound designer, analogue synth aficionado and founder of DiN records, Ian Boddy. His interest in the music of German electronic bands such as Tangerine Dream, led him on a musical journey in the world the electronic music that includes the use of tape manipulation and analog synthesis to create dynamic and expansive musical compositions. For more information: https://din.org.uk/ http://ianboddy.com/ Music in this episode was used with permission from the artist. For more information about KVLU visit: kvlu.org

Tones & Drones with guest Deborah Martin

On this episode of the podcast, my guest is composer, multi-instrumentalist, vocalist Deborah Martin. Deborah Martin's passion is to visualize and create music that takes each listener on a journey through time and space. With a vivid imagination and a deep love of historic places and peoples of the past, Deborah uses world percussion, synthesizers and her versatile vocal stylings to create music that evokes time traveling as much as timelessness. Tones & Drones is hosted and produced in the studios of 91.3 KVLU by Jason M. Miller. Editing assistance on this episode by Stella Ellise Miller For more information about KVLU visit: kvlu.org For more information about Deborah's music visit: http://deborahmartinmusic.com/ https://spottedpeccary.com/artists/deborah-martin/ The music in this podcast was used with permission from the artist.

Tones & Drones with guest Erik Wollo

On this episode of "Tones & Drones" a conversation with Erik Wollo. He is one of Norway's foremost composers, and has been a professional artist since 1980. Erik has released over 50 albums. Music that can be classified in the genres of space, drone, new age, and electronic music. A true pioneer and always looking for new ways of expression. Using guitar as the primary instrument in a highly imaginary and emotional music, building a bridge between grand symphonic realms and gentle, minimal and serene atmospheres. For more information on Erik Wollo visit: https://erik-wollo-homepage7.webnode.com/ https://projektrecords.bandcamp.com/album/recurrence "Tones & Drones" is hosted and produced by Jason M. Miller in the studios of 91.3 FM KVLU. For more information about the station visit: www.kvlu.org Music is this episode was used by permission of the artist.

Tones & Drones with guest Laraaji

On this episode of "Tones & Drones" my guest is Laraaji. Laraaji is a musician, mystic and laughter meditation practitioner based in New York City. He is known for playing an electrified zither, in a unique percussive style using various electronic effects. For more information on Laraaji and his music visit: https://laraajimusic.bandcamp.com/ "Tones & Drones" is hosted and produced by Jason M. Miller in the studios of 91.3 FM KVLU. For more information visit: kvlu.org The music featured in this episode was used with permission from the artist.

Tones & Drones with guest Lisa Reagan from Shunia

My guest on this episode of Tones & Drones is vocalist Lisa Reagan of the duo Shunia. Shunia is a duo of Lisa Reagan and Suzanne Jackson, two classically trained opera singers, that blend ancient chants and mantras with worldbeat rhythms and classical music influences into timeless and beautiful songs. They recently released their self-titled album "Shunia". You can find our more about the album at: https://shuniasound.com/ Also, they have several videos from the album on their Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVvsZECVFyfF5OFCS5VWJCw Tones & Drones is hosted and produced in the studios of 91.3 FM KVLU by Jason M. Miller For more about the station visit: kvlu.org All music in this episode of the podcast was used with permission from the artist.

Tones & Drones with guest Forrest Fang

On this episode of Tones & Drones, my guest is composer and violinist Forrest Fang. Forrest's music contains a multitude of electronic sounds and also acoustic textures, that are mostly created with instruments from around the globe. The unique combination of sounds he utilizes in his compositions are mixed together to create imaginative soundscapes. For more information on Forrest Fang's music visit: https://projektrecords.bandcamp.com/ https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Musician-Band/Forrest-FangSans-Serif-297060170352554/ The music in this episode was used with permission from the artist. Tones & Drones is hosted by Jason M. Miller and produced in the studios of 91.3 FM KVLU in Beaumont, TX. For more information and to stream the station visit: kvlu.org

Tones & Drones with guest Perry Frank - ambient guitarist and composer

On this episode of "Tones & Drones" my guest is Perry Frank, an ambient guitarist and composer. He has built a following on YouTube, where he presents outdoor performances of his music, showcasing the beautiful vistas of his home country of Sardinia. His channel also features instrumental and acoustic sessions, Pedal Demos, Reviews and Tutorials. For more information about his music visit: https://www.youtube.com/c/PerryFrank/featured https://perryfrank.bandcamp.com/ "Tones & Drones" is hosted and produced by Jason M. Miller at 91.3 KVLU. For more information about the station visit: kvlu.org The music featured in this episode was used with permission from the artist.

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