Erik Bluhm

Erik Bluhm - West Coast Fog - Tuesdays 7PM -  9PM PT

Erik Bluhm is a fifth generation Angeleno. Tune in to his West Coast Fog program to hear original, not-that-popular mid-'60s 45s, psychedelic meanderings, mini audio-historical documentaries, fascinating and/or special guests, sudden gusts, microtonal composers, private presses, metabolic messes, even poetry. All from California, at least in spirit.

- Philosophy of my radio show: The West is the best.

Five artists LuxuriaMusic listeners will hear on my show:
John Fahey, Relatively Clean Rivers, Grateful Dead, Mood of Defiance, Harry Partch 

To derive maximum pleasure from my radio show:
get baked 

When I’m not DJing I can be found:
in wilderness locales 

Secret superpower I possess: its no secret


Caught the Fog

Erik I caught some 'fog' last night. thanks for clearing everything up. Will

Caught just the tail end of

Caught just the tail end of your show last week, but missed in entirety today. Pitfalls of trying to listen from Japan! Best wishes - Mark H.

Looking for an old Jefferson Airplane song that you played...

...back in April. It was a tune that the Airplane wrote in honor of a member of the Weathermen who accidentally blew herself up while building a bomb at a house in Chicago. I have part of it at the very beginning of an mp3 download of that evening's episode of "Intoxica". Would you know the title, and what album it's from, so I can pay some actual money for a copy? It's a really awesome tune, but on my mp3 it sort of segues into the beginning of "Intoxica", and I'd really like to get a proper copy. I've been hitting Google in search of this info, but no luck so far. Thanks in advance, mf.


Erik: I enjoyed hearing "If I Had My Way", from Nymbus Live 1970. I was the lead guitarist for the band and I am so glad the tapes were found. The mastering job is exceptional. We made some great music for the 2 plus years we were together. Sadly, Mike Filloon, the bass player died 10 plus years ago. Looking forward to hearing more! sincerely; Joel Anderson