The STOLACE Relay Station


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Episodes tagged with "Charles Szczepanek"

  • Episode 5.12 // Featuring Peter Calandra and The Moon Mountaineer | March 24, 2024

    In today's program we're celebrating Piano Day a few days early and will be showcasing a lot of great piano music in the ambient, atmospheric, and neoclassical genres. My featured artists on the program are Peter Calandra and The Moon Mountaineer, both with emotive new neoclassical releases that I'm excited to share with you today. Plus music from Ben Lukas Boysen, Meierkord & Anderson, Ed Herbers, Vetle Nærø and many more.... Strap in and make yourself comfortable, join us for the next two-plus hours for global ambient music, on The Stolace Relay Station.

  • Episode 4.08 // feat. Memory Scale & Mesmer

    In this episode of The STOLACE RELAY STATION, we pause for a moment during this holiday season to share the warmth of ambient and neoclassical music, wishing for you peace, love, and equanimity wherever you find yourself in the universe. Our featured artist is Memory Scale from France with a sublime track from their latest album, plus we're showcasing the brand new release from Mesmer, a Danish experimental trio with a new album rich with sound and texture that I think you're going to love. Plus the music of Michael Martinez, Kilometre Club, Daryl Groetsch, Arrival in Eden, Andrea Bacci, Greg Maroney & Sherry Finzer, Don Latarski, and Charles Szczepanek.

  • Episode 4.07 // feat. Kate Moore & Hania Rani

    In this episode of The STOLACE RELAY STATION, we're pausing for a moment of quiet reflection as we approach the winter solstice, celebrating it with love, light, and life. Our theme on the program is music that helps set the scene for this contemplative time of year. Our featured artist on the program is Kate Moore from the Netherlands. We also feature the brand new album from Polish composer and pianist Hania Rani. Plus the music of Ceramic, Sherry Finzer, Ocoeur, Neighborhood Libraries, Gordon Harvey, Charles Szczepanek, Allen Constantine, and AITIA