The host of Ambient Transience talks about the influence of Native American music By Alex Case-Cohen Thanksgiving is a time for Americans to be with family and friends, give thanks and overstuff our bellies. Few people seem to remember the origins of this gluttonous holiday; the pilgrims were showing gratitude to Native Americans for helping them in times of need. In honor of thanksgiving, I decided to give thanks by playing selections of ambient music from Native American musicians and bands. I chose songs from famous wood pipe musicians and flutists such as R. Carlos Nakai, Douglas Blue Feather and Ulali. I also chose more well-known artists, like Redbone and one of my new favorites,…
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Alas, its midnight, and you’re either too lazy, too square, or too bad ass to take part in Thirsty Thursday celebrations. You finally get the chance to sit back, relax and bask in the glory of another week nearly completed… but hold the phone! You’ve gotta find some music to chill you out, but not necessarily lull you into unconsciousness. Tune in to Ambient Transience, for your lo-fi, glo-fi, ambient, and chillwave fix. And please, for the sake of my own sanity and yours, leave the drone at the door. I’ll explore the diversity of the ambient genre while keeping you engaged, intrigued, and yearning for more sweet sound waves to ease the mind, body…