At Water’s Edge looks into unexplored corners of ambient electronica to uncover beauty in unexpected places. Music is everywhere–sometimes pretty, sometimes dark, always beautiful.

Music is everywhere, in everything: in the hum of a city,
in the pulse of construction machinery or a heartbeat,
in footsteps, in laughter, in breath, in the shuffling of an impatient audience…
and, like John Cage’s “Four minutes and thirty-three seconds”,
all you have to do is sit and listen.

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At Water's Edge, 7 February 2015: Wings of an Angel

We devote this show to the music of a single ambient artist, the weird and wonderful (and I do mean that in a good way) Wings of an Angel (

Wings of an Angel is Felix Kaplan, an independent outsider ambient artist from Israel. His introspective creative/musical autobiography explores eccentric deep lands, intimate memories and unorthodox humor with strong self-reflective undertones. He presents his life's work in the best esoteric tradition of art brut, with an equal emphasis on the trinity of music, expressive song titles and original cover art.

"I've Witnessed The Miracle That Is You In The Water Castle" - Wings of an Angel and Tziona Achishena - Dialogues of Longing (March 2015)

"Ghosts Of My Past" - Ghosts of my Past

"Your Dominatrix Had A Brain Transplant Under My Knives" - Your Dominatrix Had A Brain Transplant Under My Knives

"The Nostalgic Melody Of Nature's World-Weary Degeneration Into Suicide (To Me... You Were Never Beautiful. Therefore I’m Still Running From Myself, Like I Ran Once Upon A Time... From You)" - In The Slaughter Fields Of My Fragile Human Heart