THIRD SIDE NETWORK PRESENTS: Sound Sorcery – Episode 3 – With Gyps Fulvus! Join Gyps on this episode as he explores “Three Places in New England”, an unconventional masterpiece of 20th Century American music by composer Charles Ives.
Philip Glass: Symphony No. 11 — Premiere Impressions After the completion of his ninth symphony in 2011, Philip Glass felt that he needed to complete a tenth to avoid the “curse” of not getting past nine numbered and completed symphonies alleged to have dogged composers writing after Beethoven and his mighty nine. Of course that is simply a myth and many composers of symphonies move past nine without any problem. The idea may have been originally promulgated by Gustav Mahler. He resisted calling Das Lied von der Erde—a song-based symphony—his ninth, and then he died in the process of working […]
Gyps Fulvus releases Solstice, a new work of Classical music Appropriately titled Solstice, this brand new 10 minute, two movement piece that Gyps Fulvus has offered captures the elements, essence, and ambience of the Winter Season, sans the constant reminders of the trite customs related to spiritual religion or secular mass consumerism. _Solstice _is inspired by the output of early period composers such as Vivaldi to contemporary musicians such as Mike Oldfield and Rick Wakeman. Moods throughout the piece range from lush and serene, to vibrant, lively, and jovial Click below to purchase on digital download or CD. Sleds and […]
CHANGÓ—Music by Magus Peter H. Gilmore Another composition from Magus Gilmore’s period of graduate studies, remastered from a cassette recording by Warlock Gene, has been posted. Done as a play on ritornello form in tribute to J. S. Bach on a Fairlight CMI, Gilmore creates a musical syncretism of European form and chamber orchestra with Latin elements of rhythm and instrumentation to evoke Santería’s Orisha of virility, fire, thunder & lightning, as well as drumming and dancing. A free download from Magus Gilmore’s music downloads page.
NEW THIS WEEK ON RADIO FREE SATAN, SEPT. 4TH, L A.S. This week we have a brief return of our Jazz/Big Band/Swing show Lambert’s Basement, Metal Breakfast Radio’s Dave & Donovan pass judgement on a playlist sent in by the hosts at Terror Transmission, a Johnny Cash dedicated episode on Clint Mephisto’s Road Show, classical and opera on Vox Satanae, The Cars, Billy Idol, and Cutting Crew on The Metro, a show full of Bobs on The Devil’s Mischief. THE METRO #303This week on The Metro, Citizen JNothing brings the sounds of Paul Carrack, Roman Holiday, Undertones, Tin Huey, The […]
Warlock Sonny Bellavance is now back on the air on Radio Free Satan, with The Devil’s Trill, Presenting classical music from a very extended repertory…from the medieval period to the modern ! This week includes Beethoven, Bach, Brahms, Hummel and Mussorgsky, amongst others. You can listen to the new episode 22 right now! Only on Radio Free Satan!
Catch the latest episodes of your favorite podcasts on radiofreesatan.com every week! THE DEVIL’S MISCHIEF REWIND: #369From the Devil’s Mischief’s vaults comes episode #369. (Hmm, is there a pattern going on here?) Originally aired in 2011, and more importantly, it had “69” in the number. Hear classic live cuts from ROWAN ATKINSON, and book readings from GEORGE CARLIN. This was also the episode where KYLE KINANE made his Devil’s Mischief’s debut, with his misanthropic stand-up. Also enjoy the novelty noises of FISHBONE. THE METRO #297This week on The Metro, Citizen JNothing brings you the sounds of Adam And The Ants, […]
Vox Satanae – Episode 247 – 109 Minutes – Week of 29 June 2015 This week we feature works by Wojciech Kilar, Lou Harrison, David Del Tredici, William Hibbard, Conrad Cummings, and James Horner with performances by Wojciech Kilar, The Symphony Orchestras of Poland and Katowice, Jan Krenz, The Kronos Quartet, David Del Tredici, Jon English, Charles West, Motter Forman, William Hibbard, Dora Ohrenstein, Larry Adams, Gregory Fulkerson, Daryl Goldberg, Andrew Sterman, Conrad Cummings, and James Horner. Only on Radio Free Satan!
Magus Gilmore’s Classical Sonata-Allegro has been added to his music downloads page. In the early 1980s he wrote this piece for keyboard as an exercise in the style employed by Haydn and Mozart and then played and recorded it with a Korg synthesizer using timbres resembling Wendy Carlos’ pioneering Switched-On Bach album. It is a tribute to the great classical composers as well as to Carlos and her extraordinary works. The rough mix archived on cassette has been remastered by Warlock Gene of Vox Satanae. Those interested in Gilmore’s music and the classical style may find this a pleasant diversion.