dj Damaru * evolutionRevolution

Hi, I’m dj Damaru. I’m mixing live from Kootenay lake in BC. It’s the first time that I have a radio show so I’m still defining/expressing what the show is all about. At this point, it will be a mixture of musical exploration mixed with yoga/meditation ideas, on every Tuesday 1600 UTC

dj damaru?

I use the handle Damaru, as this is Shiva’s drum. I’ve been following the path of Kashmir Shaivism for over 20 years now while learning from different yoga and mediation lineage, so even dj’ing for me is part of the journey. The damaru is an hourglass-shaped drum which in the tantric tradition was built with 2 top craniums, connected together. Two skins are put on the cranium’s half and a ball connected to a string, attached to the center.

evolutionRevolution

The evolution of the human race seems to be forgotten, buried below a load of consumerism. It feels like evolution should be at the center of our day-to-day activities or at least I’ve always felt like that. The term evolution revolution actually comes from an animated series, Aeon Flux, where the bad guy scientist creates a ray that would kill all the non-evolved humans and only leave the most evolved human on the planet.

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Who is Hairy Larry Anyway?

Hairy Larry is a musician, songwriter, producer, and promoter. He has been playing music in Northeast Arkansas for over 30 years. He is currently playing piano in a jazz group, Bebop Beatniks, bass in a blues band, Delta Legends, and in an acoustic trio, HairyLarry’s Merry Pranksters.

He is the host of Something Blue on KASU, an NPR affiliate. Many Something Blue shows can be heard as podcasts at sbblues.com. Something Blue is broadcast on the internet at kasu.org Saturday nights at 10:00 PM CST. Something Blue can also be heard on anonradio, anonradio.net/listen/.

Larry is a retired computer consultant and is back in school studying music composition at Arkansas State University. He has written hundreds of songs including the early internet hit, “Love Stuff” and a YouTube favorite, “Won’t Be Down Always”.

Hairy Larry has promoted area musicians by putting on festivals and other live music events including Blues Fest, Sunday In The Park, Bebopalooza!, and Jazz Thursday. He owns HairyLarryLand, a recording studio and indie label. HairyLarryLand CDs can be heard at hairylarryland.com. Larry is an active concert taper and has posted many recordings to the Live Music Archive at archive.org.

He is webmaster at Delta Boogie and the Delta Boogie Network at deltaboogie.com and deltaboogie.net. You can also find him as @hairylarry on Mastodon or email him at hairylarry@deltaboogie.com.