1. Eternity's Pillar was a television program hosted by visionary musician and spiritual guru Alice Coltrane Swamini Turiyasangitananda. It aired late at night in Los Angeles on KTTV Channel 11 television in the mid-1980s. This episode, from 1985, features music, meditation and musings from Turiya plus spirited bhajan chanting from the students of The Vedantic Center featuring vocalist John Panduranga.

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  2. Frosty shares a mix of slick and sunny cuts from Japan to celebrate the recent release of Pacific Breeze 2: Japanese City Pop, AOR & Boogie 1972-1986, the second in the compilation series that he has co-produced for Light in the Attic Records.

    Frosty, alongside his co-curators Andy Cabic & Yosuke Kitazawa, have assembled a special two hour dublab radio mix featuring highlights from Pacific Breeze volumes 1 & 2 plus bonus tracks that expand on the theme.

    dublab.jp member Yuki Tamai has enhanced the mix with original footage filmed on the streets of Tokyo.

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  3. This video project “Studio Moments” is a collaboration with Richard Garet, and visual contribution with Michael Vincent Waller's recent album Moments, released on Unseen Worlds, in early October of 2019. It includes two works from the release juxtaposed, Stolen Moments (2018) and then, Bounding (2017), both performed by R. Andrew Lee on piano. Those two works are nestled together, hinting towards the trajectory in the feelings surveyed across the album - from the stoic resonating harmonies, slowly fading and blooming, in the title track, Stolen Moments, to the surging melodic phrases that elapse intrinsically in Bounding, which concludes the album with flows of consciousness and awareness to shapes and tonalities unfurling.

    Michael remarks that "working with Richard is always extremely intuitive, and engrossing, as we explore a dialog that emerges into a final visual work sculpted with his unique palette and sonic-visual imagination." They worked together on Waller's prior album, with the work Lines, which was more cinematic in its nature of footage treated from water landscapes. This time around, two years later, Richard returns with his Untitled #2 (frame composition) with robust abstractions, subtle color field images, morphing and dancing in the visual spectrum gently as the music unfolds. The sheer immersive and feelings of immediacy fits the music beautifully, as each frame is carefully orchestrated to the sonic internal clock of the music.


    From Moments, 2019
    Michael Vincent Waller

    Stolen Moments, 2018
    Bounding, 2017

    R. Andrew Lee, piano


    moving image
    Richard Garet

    UNTITLED #2 (frame composition), 2020


    Richard Garet's moving image works exist in an area between immateriality, object, optical phenomena, beauty, and discomfort. His process involves an extensive investigation into the nature and capabilities of sight and perception, by which we come to know the conditions of our world. Equally important is the creative exploitation of digital artifacts and glitches, which become natural elements within his creations. In his work, there are applied responses to observation but also a pursuit of duration, repetition, variation and their effects on image reception. Light and space art, reductive abstract aesthetics, and abstract painting inspire him. For Garet, "working with light is like building and sculpting in time, and transforming the experience of light within physical space; while also activating the nuances of both light and space. To approach light materials emerge from ontological investigations of background noise (as a field of visual debris) and the decadence-and-decay of technological utilities. Such then become instrumental to inform my processes that produce imagery emission." His interests lie as well in cognitive response and the neurological interpretations of light as a source material and moving image input. Another area of interest is the constant bombardment of light as a sensory overload amounting to too much unwanted visual information. Garet continues, "Nonetheless we are constantly mesmerized and horrified by such things but we’re not in touch with how we are being affected by it." His moving image creations, both conceptual in origin and experimental, embody contemporary life as a filtered process of apprehension. Emphasizing and exploring such debris of cultural bombardment, as a phenomenal event and as a contemporary experience that "subsequently transforms material source into an abstract embodiment of light moving and changing in time."


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  4. PELLYVISION is a monthly collision of sound and vision. Alex Pelly creates live video to accompany sounds from an artist of her choosing.

    January’s guest was another member of the Perpetual Dawn crew, Dahlia. Having rode the techno train from the warehouses of the LA underground to the transcendental streets of Detroit and many places in between, Dahlia continually showcases her acumen and natural skill behind the decks, setting dancefloors into motion at the best underground events across North America. Dahlia has held down residencies at highly acclaimed NYC nightclubs and underground events such as Output, Sublimate and Secret Guests, as well as spending her days as the house and techno buyer at the famed Brooklyn vinyl shop, Halcyon Records. Now back in LA, Dahlia is a resident of Perpetual Dawn and Detroit Underground’s Du-Vhs.

    Alex Pelly is a filmmaker and video artist. She blends analog video feedback and processing with modular video synthesis and 2D animation. She is resident visualist for underground techno party, Perpetual Dawn , creates audio-visual experiences with improvisational noise duo, Telecaves , and provides live visuals and installation work for various shows, music nights and art happenings around Los Angeles.

    Recorded live 01/22/2019

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  5. The band Telecaves and dublab film visionary Alex Pelly have created a special offering for the dublab Proton Drive Fundraiser. This audio/visual collaboration blends a live, improvised music performance by the duo Telecaves with visual accompaniment from Alex. Enjoy this journey into the beautifully oblique.

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dublab is a web radio collective devoted to the growth of positive music and culture. we have been broadcasting independently for over seven years. more then 300,000 international listeners connect to our streams and podcasts monthly. dublab's mission is to share beautiful music via the world's best djs and live bands. what you hear on dublab crosses genres and defies classification. unlike traditional radio, the dublab djs have total freedom of selection. you will experience many different sounds but find they all have the same souful root. we have extended our creative action to art exhibits, film projects, event production and record releases. the dublab echo continues to expand across the earth.

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