Filed under: Jordan De La Sierra
Since 1973, Stephen Hill has been curating and transmitting his Hearts of Space radio program from (where else?) Berkeley, California. The theme: “space music,” a term he coined and a genre he has championed via four decades of contemplative broadcasts. Just this past weekend, Hill dedicated his entire show to Jordan De La Sierra’s Gymnosphere: Song Of The Rose. While this broadcast is only available to subscribers, a 99-cent iPhone app allows you access to 8-channels of infinite space music (plus this week’s show). More dedicated extraterrestrials might want to spring for the full service which grants you access to over 1000 archived radio shows, albums—uninterrupted background music of the highest order.
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