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Program:   StillStream All Ambient
Host:   Wally The Ambient Robot
Listeners:   51 people in 4 countries
Artist:   Frore
Track:   Place Of Shelter
Album:   Undercurrents
Released:   2013
Label:   Dark Duck
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Our Hosts

Some people call them 'deejays', others call them 'radio personalities', but we just call them cool folks. Here are the people who host our live programs, to whom we are very grateful.

Eric Meece

Eric Meece (aka Eric Mystic) has been a huge supporter of ambient and new age artists for nearly a quarter century through his ground breaking radio program Mystic Music. He is also an accomplished composer and organist whose work is critically acclaimed. Now, here on StillStream, Eric continues his journeys through the world of evocative music, and we could not be happier to have him as part of our team.


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Har is a solo ambient artist and guitarist / Chapman Stickist for the experimental art-rock band Christus and The Cosmonaughts. Known for his profound take on ambient guitar, we are very happy that Har calls StillStream home. Be sure to catch his weekly show Nightscaping, during which live performances can happen at any time. Not to be missed.

Joel Sutton

Joel is an ambient musician based in Canberra, Australia. He publishes music under the artist name Crystal Dreams. He also has an extreme fondness of cats and tea.

John Tocher

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John Tocher surveys the free music landscape for new and old releases encompassing the realms of avant garde, experimental, electronic, musique concrete, industrial, dada-ist music. A transplant from the Los Angeles area, he now makes his home in southeast Texas, USA near the border with Louisiana - deep in swamp country, where the ambiance is enhanced by cicadas and the occasional hurricane.

Rebekkah Hilgraves

Like most of the denizens of Still Stream, Rebekkah Hilgraves is a performer (an operatic soprano, heaven help her); Unlike most of the denizens of Still Stream, she is not a composer, choosing instead to express her creative streak through poetry. A longtime radio broadcaster, she started listening to ambient sounds when doing the overnight shift at her college radio station. Preferring the lyrical to the angular, she nevertheless subscribes to John Cage's assertion that 'music is that which we are directed to perceive as music.' Her show 'At Water's Edge' looks into unexplored corners of ambient electronica to uncover beauty in unexpected places. Join her!


Tange, aka Gordon Macmillan, is a Scotland-based ambient and electronic musician who also hosts a popular program here on StillStream called Mysterious Semblance. Heavily influenced by Berlin School electronica, Tange performs live ambient sets on his show very often, sometimes for hours on end! By the way, Gordon says he's the cute one with the long hair ...

The Navigator

Scott Lawlor is an ambient musician and stay-at-home dad who has a passion for broadcasting which he has enjoyed doing for a number of years. The Blind Flight was conceived as a hybrid between Stars End and the Hearts of Space program, having been inspired by both programs in terms of content and presentation to some degree.

Wally The Ambient Robot

Wally is the host of our StillStream All Ambient program, which plays from the entire StillStream library. Of all the sentient creatures who help operate StillStream, Wally is doubtless the hardest working. He never sleeps or even takes a day off. Because of Wally's tireless and reliable efforts, StillStream is on the air 24 hours a day, 365 and a quarter days per year. Thanks Wally!