This week we close out the month of August with a digital painting that is a bit of a mish-mash of influences. There’s a little bit of Eugène Delacroix, a dash of Gustav Klutsis, a hint of Jean Metzinger, just a smidge of Marcel Duchamp and a big, heaping helping of Jack Kirby all mixed up in this piece.It can even be considered political, if you wish. I shall let the work speak for itself.
If you want to see it bigger, just click on the image.
Meanwhile, Monday on The AIR, we bring you eight hours of Disco Music from 7to 3 PM. This is our first marathon of Mel Larch’s MIRRORBALL, which can be heard every other Friday at 2 PM for the time being. We’ve also dropped a replay of MIRRORBALL into our Wednesday evening schedule, for those of you with a midweek urge to boogie.
At 3 PM on Prognosis, Herman Linte brings us a new show that once again fills its 120 minutes with freshly-minted progressive rock music, all released in 2020. Herman assures me that it will be filled with forward-thinking music from a variety of virtuosos.Check out the playlist…
Echoberyl “Taking The Space”
Steve Thorne “He Who Pays The Piper”
Tangent “Lie Back and Think of England”
The Waterboys “My Wandering In the Weary Land”
The Gardening Club “Boy On A Bike”
Bill Frisell “Electricity”
Elysian Fields “The Battle of Mugwhal and Lord Jakal
Steve Howe “See Me Through”
Telergy “Take To The Sky”
Rubber Tea “American Dream”
Abel Ganz “The Light Shines Out”
Nick D’Virgilio “Not My Time To Say Goodbye”
Rick Wakeman “Pavros Monis”
That’s followed by a classic Prognosis and an evening of Psychedelic Shack and Radio Free Charleston. You can hear replays of Prognosis Tuesdays at 8 PM, Wednesdays at 9 AM, Thursday at Noon, Friday at 9 AM and Saturday at 9 AM.
You can listen to The AIR at the website, or on this embedded radio player…