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Dave Luxton is the creator of atmospheric soundscapes and ambient electronic music. He is the founder of the Pacific Northwest based Wayfarer Records label and is a music producer. As a classically trained multi-instrumentalist composer, his filmscores cover the gamut of musical styles.

 

Recent Releases

Remnants

Release date October 21, 2014

Available at Amazon, CDBaby and iTunes

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fuzzy Music

Release date September 3, 2013

Available at Amazon, CDBaby and iTunes

 

 

 

 

 

 

Collected Ambient Works

Release date October 30, 2012

Available at Amazon, CDBaby and iTunes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Latest News

7/11/2014 - Dave on Hearts of Space show "Cloud Nine".

5/1/2014 - Dave is producing a charity album called "Ambient Music to Heal: An Album for Our Wounded Warriors". Read more...

10/1/2013 - Dave is Galactic Travels Special Focus for October 2013. Read more...

4/13/2013 - Dave will be performing at The Gatherings Concert Series in October. Read more...

1/24/2013 - Dave is in the studio working on his next album called Fuzzy Music. Read more...

11/30/2012 - Dave is being featured in GIK Acoustics artist spotlight. Read more...

10/14/2012 - Dave will be talking about his latest album release and all things ambient music live on Alien Air Music KXLU 88.9 FM Los Angeles on November 4th 2012. The show starts at 9pm.

9/15/2012 - "Nebula" from Dave's album Music From The Firmament is being featured on Hearts of Space radio this week. Read more...

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Performances

10/18/13 - Music With Space/ 103.3 FM, 12:00pm

10/19/13 - The Gatherings Concert Series/Philadelphia, 8:00pm

10/20/13 - Star's End (Radio)/Philadelphia 10:00pm

10/27/13 - Secret Music WVKR 91.3 FM Poughkeepsie NY

11/4/12 - KXLU 88.9 FM Los Angeles, 9:00pm

8/2/12 - Hollow Earth Radio, 9:00pm

8/1/11 - 90.7 KSER Everett/Seattle, 8:30pm

12/21/10 - Hollow Earth Radio, 9:30pm

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