This week’s art is a digital geometric abstract, inspired in no small part by the subject of yesterday’s Sunday Evening Video, the artist M.C. Escher. Basically, I created a monochrome design, fed it through a feedback filter, multiplied it twenty-five times, and then sphereized it. And that’s it up there.
If you want to see it bigger, just click on the image.
Meanwhile, Monday at 9 AM on The AIR, the Monday Marathon once again brings you six hours of Mel Larch’s Disco showcase, MIRRORBALL, which follows the regularly-scheduled repeat of last weeks Big Electric Cat at 7 AM.
At 3 PM on Prognosis, Herman Linte launches The AIR’s 2020 Christmas campaign with an edition of Prognosis devoted to prog-rock holiday jams. Check out the playlist…
Greg Lake “I Believe In Father Christmas”
Jethro Tull “A Christmas Song”
Jon Anderson “How It Hits You”
Chris Squire and Alan White “Run With The Fox”
Rick Wakeman “O Little Town Of Bethlehem”
The December People “Carol of the Bells”
Queen “Thank God It’s Christmas”
The December People “I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day”
Keith Emerson “I Saw Three Ships”
The December People “Little Drummer Boy”
The December People “Silent Night”
The California Guitar Trio “Oh Christmas Tree”
Jethro Tull “Another Christmas Song”
Kate Bush “December Will Be Magic Again”
Genesis “A Winter’s Tale”
Queen “A Winter’s Tale”
Renaissance “The Winter Tree”
Steve Howe “Beyond Winter”
The December People “The First Noel”
ELP “Nutrocker”Kansas “The Light”
The December People “Up On The Rooftop”
Jon Anderson “Day of Days”
The December People “Deck The Halls”
The December People “Angels We Have Heard On High”
Jethro Tull “Fire at Midnight”
Rabbit “Auld Lang Syne”
That’s followed by a classic Prognosis and an evening of NOISE BRIGADE and Radio Free Charleston. You can hear replays of Prognosis Tuesdays at 7 AM, Wednesdays at 8 PM, Thursday at Noon, and Saturday at 9 AM. Christmas shows will start popping up all over The AIR this week, before taking over completely next week.
You can listen to The AIR at the website, or on the embedded radio player at the top of the right-hand column of this blog.