From the contemporary post-classical debut of Resina to Tamar Halperin’s re-interpretations of classic Satie, via a location-independent collaboration on Steve Reich’s ‘Six Pianos’ and a remarkable collaboration of Murcof and Vanessa Wagner
A collection of various compilations:
The Audiobulb label proves that intense beauty does exist * The renaissance of the Silent Records label continuing the From Here To Tranquility series * and a massive charity compilation titled Where Words Fail, Music Speaks
More experimental music from the Lowlands: new albums by Sonmi451, Legiac, Machinefabriek & Michel Banabila and some more Machinefabriek this time with Anne Bakker & Edith Karkoscha
I have enjoyed a holiday in September, so I had to skip last month’s DreamScenes edition.
To compensate for the immeasurable grief this must have caused, ánd to celebrate the start of autumn, this edition is a twice as long as usual.
So I hope you’ll enjoy these two hours of new (and relatively new) music to make you float away into your daydream…
Two releases by Porya Hatami: one of them in collaboration with Arovane, the other a restrospective overview.
Also: a bonus release from Offthesky including two colourful ‘studies of light forms in transit’ videos by Jean Piché.
A detour into contemporary classical music with two albums that perfectly match: Jóhann Jóhannsson‘s ‘Orphée’ and Sven Helbig‘s ‘I Eat The Sun And Drink The Rain’.
Offthesky‘s latest is album is an appropriate celebration of his 50th release
Tobias Hellkvist‘s short but striking Kaskelot EP is now re-released as a full album including additional make-over remixes
Thismorphia is a collection of ‘illbient wordcore’ collaborations of Rasalasad with artists like Jarboe, Merzbow, Von Magnet (amongst others)
Soft, breathing music by Gareth Davis for the latest Slaapwel release; music inspired by North Alaska’s Tundra (Celestino) and Nordic underwater environmentscapes by Eric Holm
Ferdinando Arnò presents a fascinating soundtrack (featuring Melanie De Biasio) for the Radura installation in Milan, Drawing Virtual Gardens soundscapes are combined with with Delilah Gutman’s piano, and Otto Lindholm’s debut album presents subtle solo double bass soundscapes.
Exploring different territories with David Toop, Lawrence English and John Grzinich…