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Weekly radio program in podcast form featuring heterogeneous, endangered musics that run counter to Modern globalism's cultural uniformity. Classical, traditional, demotic, dance, experimental, sacred, poetic, political — from field recordings to free jazz, from concert halls to barrooms — COB cultivates playlists from the fertile peripheries of pre- and post- Eurocentric globes. Live Friday evenings, 9:00 - midnight, Eastern USA time, on WRFI radio, ithaca/Watkins Glen, New York (www.wrfi.o ...
 
In this podcast series, Himalayan yogi, master spiritual teacher, Anand Mehrotra will be sharing Himalayan Wisdom on developing the self through different stages. A journey into the awakening states of consciousness. Podcasts originating from Satsangs, wisdom talks, and live streams, recorded in Rishikesh India, at the sacred foothills of the Shivalik Himalayan mountains.
 
We are the story tellers, the keepers of those ancient wisdoms that are shared through inspiration and meditation in those most sacred of places. Britain has always been considered a magical place, steeped in history and mythology that goes back to before written records were kept. This country has always been known for its link to those other domains that are shrouded in mist and sorcery, never easily found but always felt and known about. The Isle of Wight is the home of the ancient gods, ...
 
Welcome to the Night … You think you know Night Demon? Then the Night Demon Heavy Metal podcast is for you. Step into the darkness as we peel back the curtain to give you an unprecedented all-access look into the mind and the heart of the Demon. We’re talking band history, song analysis, studio anecdotes, stories from the road. It’s everything a die-hard Night Demon fan could want, and more. This is the only place to learn the inside scoop, the deep-dive trivia, the untold tales from the ban ...
 
Sakro Sawel means "sacred sun" in Proto-Indo-European. In this audio series, Lara Atwood explores the ancient religion of the sun that was taken around the world following the catastrophe at the end of the last ice age (around 9,600 BC) by the legendary sages and civilizers recorded in world mythology. This religion was central to a global culture that then diffused throughout the world, and which was behind the building of many megalithic sites across the globe. This religion also carried s ...
 
The Beginning of Guidance (Bidayat al-Hidayat) is one of the last books written by the great 12th century Persian scholar, Imam al-Ghazali. It is intended to be a guidebook for structuring daily activities and rectifying the state of your heart as you strive to be a worshipful servant of God. The book covers three sections: acts of worship, avoiding misconduct and advice on keeping company with others. It begins with the intentions of seeking knowledge, the etiquettes of waking in the mornin ...
 
Written in classical Chinese some time during the sixth century BC, The Tao Teh King or The Tao and its Characteristics is a classical Chinese text that is one of the important keystones in understanding the thought systems of Asia. Though no clear records exist, it is traditionally thought to have been the work of the sage Lao Tzu, the founder of classical Taoism. He is reputed to have been a contemporary of Confucius, though this is also shrouded in mystery. However, many succeeding empero ...
 
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This week: Ethnic Heritage Ensemble; Jemeel Moondoc; Luke Stewart Exposure Quintet; Ran Blake & Jeanne Lee; John Coltrane; Pepe de Algeciras; Jennifer Curtis & Tyshawn Sorey; Lole y Manuel; Noura & Kamel Hamadi; Zap Mama; Joselito Acedo; Dudu Pukwana; Les frères Déjean; much more... Always FREE of charge to listen to the radio program on WRFI, or s…
 
This week's episode is part 1 of the Cirith Ungol Story. All successful bands stand on the shoulders of giants. In Night Demon's case, the "giants" in question include Cirith Ungol, the Ventura, CA heavy metal pioneers whose history dates back to 1972. You'll hear the ND guys talk about what makes Cirith Ungol unique, how they became aware of Cirit…
 
This week: Tyshawn Sorey; Lole, Dave Rempis w/ trio; Sid Ali Lekkam (new cha'abi); Pierre Dørge (w/ New Jungle Orchestra); Super Combo (salsa from Haïti); El Gran Combo (salsa from Puerto Rico); Grupo Pilon; Sonora Ponceña; Lord Kitchener; S.A.P.; Cesaria Evora; Hallelujah Chicken Run Band; Miles Davis; Joe Gordon w. Eric Dolphy; much more... Alway…
 
This week we bring you the first of an occasional series of episodes detailing tales from the road. The Night Demon guys reminisce about their 5-week jaunt across the United States in early spring 2017 with Canadian heavy metal legends Anvil. You'll hear what it was like to be on tour with Robb Reiner and Lips: the misunderstandings, the misadventu…
 
Welcome to the 2020 Year in Review episode. The guys compare their initial plans going into the year versus the pandemic reality. Notwithstanding lockdowns and quarantines, the year was fast-paced and productive for Night Demon. Among the topics covered in the month-by-month 2020 rundown are recording activities in Armand's studio, the band's lone …
 
This week: Kellee Patterson; Aster Aweke; Fay Victor; Kirk Lightsey & Rudolph Johnson; Mohammed Wardi; Nitai Dasgupta; Larry Ochs & Aram Shelton Quartet; Co Streiff Sextet; Marion Brown; Caetano Veloso; Szilárd Mezei Vocal Ensemble; Jacques Coursil w. Alan Silva; Renato Milagres; Reinaldo; Laba Sosseh; Montego Joe; Ifang Bondi; much more... Always …
 
This week: Mayra Andrade; Nour el Houda; Odean Pope Saxophone Choir; Şükrü Tounar; Adam Lane; Oliver Lake; Grachan Moncour III; Ioanna Georgakopoulou; René McLean; Jesse Sharps Quintet; Betty Carter; Abdelhadi Belkhayat; Saïd Meftahi; Sonny Stitt; Rromano Dives; Brian Landrus w. quartet; Jho Archer; Doug Carn; much more... Always FREE of charge to …
 
This is the Night Demon Christmas Special. For this episode, we try a different format: a roundtable discussion via Zoom call with Night Demon and your host, Nesbit. The holiday cheer just keeps coming as the guys talk about everything from podcast plans for 2021, the fabled "Jarchives," and even Dusty's pro wrestler name. You'll learn why there ar…
 
This week's episode is "Night Demon at Wacken part 2." Have you ever wondered what it would be like to perform in front of 10,000 screaming metal maniacs at the most important heavy metal festival on the planet? This is your chance to find out. Jarvis, Armand and Dusty pull back the curtain and give you the inside scoop about the events of August 4…
 
This week: Adja Soumano; Tyrone Washington; Ted Curson w. Georges Arvanitas; Gamelan Sekehe Joged Trisakti ; The Soul Jazzmen; Szilárd Mezei Vocal Ensemble; Général Defao; Les Espoirs de Coronthie; Ndikho Xaba and the Natives; Gal Costa; Nara Leão; El Wali; Canelita; Zizo Tag; La Paquera de Jerez; Nicole Mitchell's Ice Crystals; Sambasunda; Fred An…
 
This week's episode is Night Demon at Wacken part 1, and is devoted to the lead-up to Night Demon's historic performance at the fabled Wacken Open Air Festival in Germany on August 4, 2018. You'll hear background about the history and importance of the W:O:A Festival to heavy metal, and why it is referred to as "Holy Ground." The band and others ta…
 
This week's episode is Ask the Demon, Vol. 2. Once again, Jarvis, Armand and Dusty tackle a fistful of listener-submitted questions concerning topics ranging from the hard-hitting to the obscure. Among other things, you'll hear the band discuss the status of new material, possible future merch items, box sets and the like. The guys tell the story o…
 
This is the Black Friday Black Sabbath Special. In this episode, each member of Night Demon breaks down how and when he discovered Black Sabbath and how that journey of discovery influenced his approach to his instrument. You'll hear the band identify specific songs and passages of Night Demon's music influenced by Sabbath, from the obvious to the …
 
In this podcast from the tantric teachings, Anand shares this beautiful insight into the cosmic womb and the timeless domain of the great mother. He invites us to let go of ownership, dive deep into the unmanifest, pure field of potential and allow the creative intelligence to flow through us. For more wisdom and talks please visit… https://sattvay…
 
Join us this week for Black Widow, part 2. In this week's episode, we discuss the striking cover artwork for the 7" vinyl single of "Black Widow," from its genesis and execution to its appearance on fan tattoos. But the bulk of the episode is devoted to a deep dive into the music video for "Black Widow," including in-depth interviews and recollecti…
 
This week: Coumba Sidibe; Nahawa Doumbia; Ghulam Ali; Abida Parveen; Faqirs du Sindh; Beaver Harris; Teddy Charles; Tani Tabbal Trio; Khan Jamal; Jali Nyama Suso; Sun Ra w. Walt Dickerson; Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh w. Garth Knox; Sharhabil Ahmed; Ahmed Adaweia; Nawal; much more... #AliceColtrane #JohnColtrane #TaniTabbal #GiotalYdia #samba #freejazz #…
 
This week's episode is "Black Widow," part 1. Tune in and find out why the band views this particular song as the dawn of a new era of Night Demon. You will hear the lyrical inspiration of the track and follow along with the band step by step through a series of various demo recordings as the song took shape. Special emphasis is given to the constr…
 
In this episode, travel back in time to September 22, 2013, when Jarvis gave one of the first Night Demon interviews ever to the Metal at Midnight radio show broadcast exclusively inside the walls of a youth prison in southern California. You will hear the back story of how this interview came about, the role of the radio show and heavy music as an…
 
This week: Mohammed Rouicha; Selime Bajrami; Nemat Gasi; Poly Panou; Katy Grey; Giota Lydia; Alice Coltrane; John Coltrane; Aniceto do Império & Dona Ivone Lara; Jovelina Perola Negra; Duquende; Giuseppe Logan; "The Group" ( Ahmed Abdullah, Marion Brown, Billy Bang, Sirone, Fred Hopkins, Andrew Cyrille); Tani Tabbal Trio; much more... #AliceColtran…
 
It's the Night Demon Heavy Metal Podcast Halloween Special. This extended episode is jam-packed with Night Demon Halloween trivia, folklore and mythology. Hear the band reflect on the pervasive horror influences on Night Demon, from imagery to lyrics to cover artwork to mascot to merchandise designs to music videos. Walk down memory lane as the guy…
 
This week's episode marks the sixth and final installment of the Live Darkness story. You will hear trivia about the recording process, the editing and mixdown of the tracks in Cleveland, and other facts about how the raw recordings evolved into the finished product. The band members give their overall impressions of Live Darkness, such as whether …
 
Imam al-Ghazali begins the next section on guarding against the three transgressions of the heart addressed in this book; envy, ostentation and conceit. The introduction looks briefly at the animalistic qualities inherent in a human being and how they are overcome by developing angelic qualities, through knowledge, wisdom and certainty. Two extreme…
 
This week: Pierre Akendengue x 2; Enrique Morente x 2; Estrella Morente x 2; Creative Arts Ensemble; Joseph Bowie w. Oliver Lake; Salmonete; Coumba Gawlo; Fernando Mauricio; Simone de Oliveira; Pan-Afrikan People's Arkestra; Freddie Redd; William Parker; Charles Mingus; Henry Threadgill; much more... #papanoel #dhoad #Abu Bakr Salem #Carmelilla Mon…
 
Join us for Live Darkness, part 5. In this episode, you'll hear in-depth accounts and anecdotes about the last 9 songs Night Demon played at the Live Darkness taping in Cleveland, Ohio in December 2017. Find out how the Athenar collaboration on "Evil Like a Knife" came to be. Learn about technical glitches and wardrobe malfunctions. Listen to previ…
 
This section on transgressions of the limbs ends with Imam al-Ghazali's advice on guarding the hands and feet from unlawful and unpraiseworthy acts. This part of the book is concluded by reminding people of the need to act positively and constructively to seek knowledge and sustenance, and to know that God's blessing upon you is facilitating that f…
 
This week's class continued with the study of the transgressions of the limbs with a focus on the stomach and private parts - the two desires or two carnal appetites. Imam al-Ghazali approaches the topic of eating with a perspective based on consuming pure and halal food, and avoiding products about which one is doubtful. The topic of al-War' / scr…
 
This week: Dhoad Gypsies of Rajasthan x 2; Abu Bakr Salem; Kacem Kafi; Eliza Soares x 2; Clara Nunes; Carmelilla Montoya; Tulipa Negra; Hal Singer w. David Murray; Ravish Momin; Abdel Halim Hafez; Cheikh Mwijo; Sonny Clark; Wawali Bonane; Papa Noél; much more... #papanoel #dhoad #Abu Bakr Salem #Carmelilla Montoya #Tulpa Negra Always FREE of charge…
 
Join us this week for Live Darkness, part 4. This episode is jam-packed with in-depth commentary, reflections and anecdotes from the band as they work their way track-by-track through the first 16 songs of the Live Darkness triple vinyl release. Isolated tracks reveal hidden details about each musician's performance, and the guys talk about everyth…
 
This week: Su Wai; Jesse Sharps Quintet; Pan-Afrikan People's Orchestra; Joe Malinga Quintet; Johnathan Blake; Houria Aïchi; Florian Arbenz's Convergence; Angelica Sanchez & Marilyn Crispell; Maria Rita; Abdullah al-Ruwaished; Broukar Ensemble; Quinsin Nachoff; much more... Always FREE of charge to listen to the radio program on WRFI, or stream, do…
 
This week's episode is Live Darkness part 3. Tune in for a rundown of the star-studded roster of opening bands at the show where Live Darkness was recorded. You'll also hear about the controversial decision not to allow fan photos or videos during the live album recordings, as well as a deep dive into the setlist, including sequencing decisions, se…
 
The final five types of transgressions of the tongue are explained in detail according to Imam al-Ghazali's text and Imam al-Jawi's commentary and contextualized for contemporary times. This class deals with: Disputation, Argumentation and Competitive Debate Ascribing Goodness to Oneself Cursing Supplicating Against Creation Jesting, Ridiculing and…
 
This is part 2 of the Live Darkness deep dive. In this episode, you will hear all about the charitable purpose underpinning the event where Live Darkness was recorded, the reasons why the band thought December 2017 was an ideal time to record a live album, and the decision making process for selecting this location and this event. You will find out…
 
This lesson takes us into the first of the types of speech that are hazardous and sinful for a Muslim who is concerned about their conduct in this life and the consequences of it in the next. Imam Al-Ghazali counsels us to avoid lying, which is one of the foundational sins of the tongue. Then breaking promises is discussed, with the hadith on the q…
 
Live Darkness, part 1. On December 2, 2017, Night Demon recorded their triple-live album at the Beachland Ballroom in Cleveland, Ohio. Why Cleveland? This episode is dedicated to answering that question. You'll learn how Cleveland fell in love with Night Demon, and how Night Demon fell in love with Cleveland. Discover how Night Demon were the right…
 
Welcome to the second, online class recording of Imam al-Ghazali's Beginning of Guidance (Bidayat al-Hidayat). We discuss how the commentator, Imam al-Jawi, builds his commentary by drawing upon eleven branches of knowledge that we identify and colour code in a sample paragraph. Not many English speaking, female students of knowledge would be expos…
 
This week: Sam Rivers & the Tuba Trio; Jimmy Woods; Josky Kiambukuta w. Madilu System; Susana Santos Silva; L'Orchestre National de Mauritanie; Super Mama Djombo; Amir elSaffar w. Rivers of Sound; Creative Arts Ensemble; Gordon Grdina; Bennie Green; Dopolarians; Marc Nammour; Ramy Ayach w. Ahmed Adaweya; much more... Always FREE of charge to listen…
 
The "Welcome to the Night" trilogy of episodes concludes this week. Here we take you into the minutiae of the legendary "Welcome to the Night" music video. You'll hear from band members, cast and producers about every step in the creation of the video, from grand visions of a full-blown movie to the electrifying finished product. Go scene by scene …
 
Welcome to our first class recording! We have switched from straight podcasting to teaching the text, The Beginning of Guidance, on the online Zoom format. These classes are available to all listeners who would like to attend in person on Sundays, or if you are unable, then you can still study the book via those recordings uploaded here. For class …
 
This week: Olga Mella; Virginia Magidou; Raymond Same; Greg Osby; Conjunto Rumbavana; Almir Guineto; Pandit Jasraj; Ensemble Watmon Amone; Etienne n'Dogo; Charlotte Greve; Sara Serpa; Mlimani Park Orchestra; Dennis Gonzalez; Sonny Rollins; Sonny Red; Walt Dickerson; much more... Always FREE of charge to listen to the radio program on WRFI, or strea…
 
Join us for part 2 of the "Welcome to the Night" deep-dive. We explore the now-iconic intro to the song, from the decision not to deploy it as a standalone track to scrutiny of each sonic layer and the vintage gear used to record it. You'll hear about its impact at live shows, the longstanding intro it replaced, and the band's pre-show playlist rit…
 
In this episode, we chronicle the evolution of "Welcome to the Night" from early riff tape to finished recording. You'll hear clips of archival demos at various stages in the process, in-depth analysis about each band member's contributions, gear talk, and a line-by-line rundown of the lyrics. (Full versions of the demos are available to subscriber…
 
In Episode 4, the Night Demon Heavy Metal Podcast brings you the inaugural installment of “Ask the Demon,” a recurring feature devoted to the band answering fan questions submitted via Facebook, Instagram, or email at askthedemon@nightdemon.net. Listen in as Jarvis, Armand and Dusty welcome you behind the curtain and tackle hard-hitting queries abo…
 
This week: OGJB Quartet; Coleman Hawkins & Sonny Rollins; Ornette Coleman; Jesse Dulman Quartet; Kalaparusha Maurice McIntyre; Mari Peña; Pandit Prah Nath; Pandit Bhimsen Joshi; Diaba Koïta; Amy Koïta; Almir Guineto; Hozan Yamamoto; Brian Tairaku Ritchie; Roberto Ottaviano; William Parker; much more... Always FREE of charge to listen to the radio p…
 
In this third installment of the Night Demon Heavy Metal podcast, we discuss the meaning behind the song Hallowed Ground, the Darkness Remains album cover, and the controversy surrounding Ventura's City Hall and the protests involving the removal of the Father Junipero Serra statue. Head over to nightdemon.net/subscriber for more exclusive content.…
 
In this episode we dig deep into Night Demon's newest single, In Trance that was recorded at their sold-out gig at the legendary Markthalle with the Scorpions' Uli John Roth. We take a behind the scenes look into the music, the band's relationship with Hamburg Germany, and the deeper significance to how this thrilling live recording came to be. Thr…
 
This week: João Bosco; Teofilo Chantre; Asher Gamedze; Miles Okazaki; Mpongo Love; Fatoumata Diawara; Tiziana Ghiglioni & The T Bone Band; Pansequito; Lebrijano; Remedios Amaya; Mal Waldron; Saban Bajramoviç; Henry Threadgill; Abdel Gadir Salim; much more... Always FREE of charge to listen to the radio program on WRFI, or stream, download, and subs…
 
In this Maiden voyage of the Night Demon Heavy Metal Podcast your host Nesbit takes you on a deep dive into the history of the song Maiden Hell. Through unearthed demos and exclusive band interviews we peel back the layers and history behind this blistering Iron Maiden inspired track. We leave no stone unturned as we pry open the crypt to analyze a…
 
This week: Booker Little; Art Blakey; Jason Kao Hwang & Human Rites Trio; Waed Bouhassoun; Mashrou' Leila; Alabaster DePlume; Orquesta Power; Willie Colón w. Hector Lavoe; Marilyn Crispell w. Gary Peacock & Paul Motion; Angelika Niescier; Hamza el Din; Arsenio Rodriguez; much more... Always FREE of charge to listen to the radio program on WRFI, or …
 
This is a detailed episode divided into two parts. In the first part, Imam al-Ghazali discusses the voluntary fasts that are recommended on an annual, monthly and weekly basis. The rewards and reasons for fasting at these times are explained and the commentary provides supplementary proofs and insights into the merits of these non-compulsory fastin…
 
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