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We're about quality, laid back music, predominantly from independent artists and labels. It's a laid back affair with the best new ambient, downtempo, Balearic, freaky folk, drones and tones, stoned soul, electronica, dub flavours, psychedelic vibes, deep house, lazy jazz, leftfield beats and pieces, peyote pop, soundtracks and any other great lazy, atmospheric, hard to describe music that we've just found.
 
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In this episode Christopher Plaisance speaks with us about his new book "Evocating the Gods; divine evocation in the Greco-Egyptian magical papyri". We cover the fascinating progression of binding spells, erotic spells, necromantic spells and spells of divine evocation... as Chris lays out in this impressive work. We compare and contrast the method…
 
This week week feature Loma's new record Don't Shy Away. Enjoying the show? Please support BFF.FM with a donation. Playlist 1′15″ The Lady is a Ghost by Flashy Python on Skin and Bones (Self Released) 🆕 One of two new solo releases from Clap Your Hands Say Year's Alec Ounsworth. 10′40″ Chrome Dynasty by Gone From My Sight on Twenty Twenty (People D…
 
I want to personally introduce our new producer, Patricia Martin. She is a cultural analyst, author, consultant, Professional Affiliate (graduate of our Jungian Studies Program), and member of our Program Committee. This is the first interview she’s doing for us and we are developing plans to do more. I’m grateful that she’s willing to give her own…
 
So the latest radio show for the nice people at Music For Dreams is now available to listen to. Plenty of great music as I take a deep dive into largely laidback waters with a strong folk/Americana vibe in all their mutated forms running through the show, not to mention a bit of electronica and some euphoric, election celebrating disco to end - you…
 
Welcome back, we're live tonight with a new show featuring a bit of Patti Smith's seminal Horses, which is 45 years old today — and really the only good reason to think about the number 45 at all at this particular juncture. Enjoying the show? Please support BFF.FM with a donation. Playlist 1′33″ I'm So Tired by The Beatles on The Beatles (White Al…
 
Arlo Compaan, co-chair of the Institute’s Program Committee and past Director of Training, interviews the facilitators of our new six-month online program Memories, Dreams, Reflections: Exploring the Depths. In this monthly online weekend program, Jungian analysts and experts will introduce the major themes of Analytical Psychology as Carl Jung dev…
 
Good evening! This week's No Magic is recorded in advance, because it's Election Day here in the USA and though I can't vote, the show goes out right around the time that things start getting very, very tense. Therefore, this mix was prepared in advanced. It's most electronic, mostly ambient, and if you're in need of a way to not look directly into…
 
Halloween 2020 We are honored to welcome back the notorious Nikolas Schreck to continue our conversation about sonic magic as well as delve deeper into the topics of karma, death, the afterlife and cultivating the proper perspective on ghosts, rebirth, and much more. Nikolas on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/artist/2ov13kbPxeJttTzaN0F3jX Nikolas …
 
My introduction to Open Mike Eagle was his A Special Episode Of EP back in 2015. We played it on Eclectic Kettle, and opening track Dark Comedy, Late Show's astonishing agility between deadpan, wry humour and razor sharp skewering of our societal malaise boggled my mind so much that I proceeded to stutter over his name (“Open Eagle… Mike?”) but, re…
 
This week's show features the excellent new record Under the Spell of Joy, from LA's Death Valley Girls. A remarkably tight set of psych, rock, stompy crunch riffs, saxophone of Roxy Music-evoking class… all packaged together with remarkable aplomb. Otherwise, I took last week off so there's a goodie bag of other new tunes to play, and there's a mo…
 
In this episode we speak with Hexologist Hunter Yoder of www.huntermyoder.com Hunter educates us on the traditional folk traditions of the early Germanic settlers to the US. We discuss the art of the Pennsylvania Dutch Hex signs, their evolution... and the magical potential inherent and available in them. www.hexfactory.com…
 
So the latest radio show for the nice people at Music For Dreams is now available to listen to. Many apologies for missing last month, I had a music meltdown trying to port my large, well organised iTunes library to Apple Music. After about 15 hours on the phone the issue was resolved, apart from the fact that Apple Music is so slow as to be unusua…
 
Before Sikya Thanthwe was ever a monster hunter, she was just a little tortle with some big dreams. But when a mysterious presence at a lake she is camping by begins to manifest, she will face the first test of her courage. Watch Evocations: Sikya on YouTube: https://youtu.be/c_EtNCcYIww Follow The First Watch! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/…
 
On this week's show we're featuring the new record from Cults. Host is one of those records that actually works really well on thsi show; it's full of charm and great songs, and it also sets up and compliments a whole host of other music. A whole host of other music of which there is plenty this week: new recordings from Grandaddy, Sufjan Stevens, …
 
This week's show features the brand new Fall to Pieces from Tricky. Enjoying the show? Please support BFF.FM with a donation. Playlist 2′02″ Hold My Hand by Death Valley Girls (Suicide Squeeze) 8′40″ The Pilot (Acoustic) by Clap Your Hands Say Yeah on The Tourist (Bonus Tracks) (Self Released) 🆕 11′27″ Child of the Flatlans by Maxïmo Park (Prolific…
 
It's been a bit of a time, in San Francisco. What with blocking out the sun, and then the horrendous smoke, on top of …everything else. But today the cloud literally lifted and we got to go outside again, wearing only one mask. It was simultaneously pathetic and yet also everything. With this strange levity, with the feeling of fresh air moving thr…
 
Outside the town of Ulrora in the south of The Kingdom of Alçon, a nameless horror has been plaguing farmers and stealing cattle...and now people. Realmshield's newest recruit, Hide of Beast, has been sent to track down this creature and bring back its head. With him is his new dire wolf companion, Luna. But will their bond be strong enough to surv…
 
This week we're featuring the genre-bending and weird Stainless Style from Neon Neon, the collaboration between Boom Bip and Gruff Rhys. “We wanted the tracks to sound like a new version of something familiar but also hit hard on a sound system, so it was a careful process of making sure some sounds were full and warm while others were thin and pin…
 
In this episode we had the absolute pleasure of talking with yogi Vijnananath about the essence and practice of Natha tantra. Vijnana expounded on many complex and fascinating concepts and ideas relating to tantra including mantra, yantra, the dynamics of Shakti and Shiva...and much more. Vijnana's website: https://inpeaceprofound.com/ https://www.…
 
with Robert Moore, PhD Fall online programs are open for registration, including Dreaming in Times of Turmoil, Becoming Marcel Proust: Claiming Self in a Conflicted World, and a reading & consultation group for clinicians: Attachment, Affect Regulation and the Reflective Function in Analytical (Depth) Psychotherapy. In light of the financial diffic…
 
From cosmic American to Celtic folk, Balearic bits, Japanese pop and killer new jazz fusions via all sorts of weird and wobbly wonders. J.H. Guraj - Introspection (Maple Death Records) Cinder Well - No Summer (Free Dirt) Constant Follower - Set Aside Some Time (Bandcamp) Art Feynman - Nancy Are You Hiding In Your Work (Western Vinyl) Mandroid - Cru…
 
In this episode we talk to Houngan Rocky Geis about the history and practice of traditional Vodou. Rocky was kind enough to speak about his own very personal journey, including the trials and tribulations which come with entering into a serious initiatic practice. We also discussed the importance of elders and mentorship for practicing occultists, …
 
The source of the abyssal anomalies is near. The final battlefield has been prepared. Now Hide, Sikya, G'Morg, and Errivin must survive to save Alçon...and find their way home. Watch Episode 6 on YouTube: https://youtu.be/3Wky-YbHCF8 Follow The First Watch! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/firstwatchshow Twitter: https://twitter.com/firstwatchs…
 
Welcome to the latest radio show for the nice people at Music For Dreams. It's a wobbly ride as usual through the electro-acoustic universe, where glitch meets folk and nature meets the machines. We also throw in a bit of Balearic niceness, cosmic funk, jazzed up dub and the right sort of noise.. Head over to the blog for the full tracklisting: the…
 
In this episode we speak with Dr Angela Voss, scholar, artist, musician and Program Director for the MA in Myth, Cosmology and the Sacred at Canterbury Christ Church University. Our topic centered around the imaginal realm, the nature and function of the daimon, and the importance of symbol with a shifting perspective more focused on the luminous f…
 
Hide, Sikya, and Errivin have all been transported to a mysterious wasteland in search of the missing apprentice, Meken. But is the barren desert they see before them really as empty as it first appears? Watch Episode 5 on YouTube: https://youtu.be/laEEVnG3plc Follow The First Watch! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/firstwatchshow Twitter: http…
 
It seems appropriate at this point in time to share a seminar from our store, “Racism and the Cultural Complex: Welcome to the United States of America”, with Anita Mandley, MS, LCPC and Stephanie Fariss, JD, LCSW, in its entirety. It was recorded in the fall of 2015. From the seminar description: A recent article in The Huffington Post reads: “A w…
 
So the latest show for the Danish downtempo mafia, [Music For Dreams](https://musicfordreams.dk/radio/) is live. Kicking off with a deep soul, music with a message opener the show soon descends into jungle vibed, ambient psychedelia before easing through various strains of folk and Americana. This is swiftly followed by a great selection of sweet p…
 
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