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The Slow Drift :: Episode 034 :: 2014-08-05

The Slow Drift :: Episode 034 :: 2014-08-05

Playing tracks by

harold budd, the alvaret ensemble, dustin o’halloran, hildur gudnadottir, derek rogers and more.

Chart positions

This upload was 2nd in the #community radio chart and 21st in the #ambient chart.

The Slow Drift :: Episode 34
With Andrew Hoffmann
Original Air Date: 2014/08/05
Recorded live on WRFI Community Radio

harold budd :: as long as i can hold my breath
the alvaret ensemble :: teq
dustin o’halloran :: opus 37 (live)
hildur gudnadottir :: unveiled
derek rogers :: apparent weight
jan nemecek :: still i
alvin lucier :: music on a long thin wire 4
kyle bobby dunn :: mon retard
toshiya tsunoda :: ferry passing
sylvain chauveau :: dark clouds in the sand
deaf center :: ashes
pausal :: place (revisited)
harold budd :: as long as i can hold my breath (by night)


Sérgio Godinho



this is perfect. i really enjoy this mix. music on a long thin wire is mmmm...

The Slow Drift

Thanks for the kind words. Minimal drone done right is always a treat.

[ Faction ]

Well how did I miss this? I'm already hooked at 30 seconds!

The Slow Drift

Glad you found it--thanks for listening!

Paul Wightman

Nice mood lift thanks

The Slow Drift

Thanks for listening, Paul!


It sometimes takes me a while, but I finally manage to surround by soul with the aura of great vibes that I've been anticipating for what seems like a lifetime. This encompassed my grey matter and slipped into me. Thanks for finding such great music, Andrew. Peace.

The Slow Drift

Thanks, Tom. I appreciate the kind words.


If Raph recommends this .......

Sonic Worldmaking

This is beautiful. Great selection. Immersed.

The Slow Drift

Thanks for the kind words!


Seeing some good artist picks in this, and I'm anticipating the free time that I can set aside to dig into this. Glad to see that The Slow Drift is delivering high quality tapestries all the time. Peace.

The Slow Drift

Haha--tapestries, indeed. Thanks, Tom!