More great music: from Jonathan Kawchuk, who previously worked with Ben Frost and Nico Muhly, six guitar pieces from Stijn Hüwels, another six pieces ‘to travel with the soul’ by Frédéric Oberland and Thomas Ragsdale‘s tribute to a legendary crossword puzzle creator. … Read More →
With her new album ‘In The Light Of Air’, Anne Thorvaldsdottir once again shows that she is one of the most innovative contemporary composers, and has developed a style that is almost immediately recognisable. And unmistakeably Icelandic in nature. … Read More →
Autistici (David Newman) and Justin Varis present eight ‘synaesthetic’ interpretations of various colours.
They are completed with another eight remixes from different artists that seem put the colours in the perspective of their surrounding landscapes.
Together, these two cd’s are a truely caleidoscopic collection! … Read More →
What better way to start a new year than with a fresh edition of the monthly DreamScenes – presenting new music from Ben Lukas Boysen/Pleq, Jóhann Jóhannsson/Hildur Gudnadottir/Robert Lowe, Lee Chapman, Ambiq, Frédéric D. Oberland, David Cordero, Olga Wojciechowska, Markus Guentner, Understated Theory, Aidan Baker and Janek Schaefer? … Read More →
Polish composer Olga Wojchiechowska showcases her an impressive works for theatre, dance and film productions; Quiet Horn explores different looping setups constructed from the sound of the trombone. Tristan Perich closes this ‘Composition’ series with an amazing composition for 10 violins and 10-channel 1-bit sounds.
And last but certainly not least Edu Comelles compositions for ‘Agost’ are based on the single sound of rubbing a glass of wine. … Read More →
Joe Evans explores the relation between the Elements, the states of Matter and musical Intervals; Mark Harris dreams of being alone in a forest at night; Max Würden releases two titles simultaneously: one on Wolfgang Voigt’s Exponate series and one for reading Sci-Fi books. … Read More →
Various artists remix the original tracks – with remarkable results!
Marilli Remixed is a collection or remixes from Michel Banabila’s debut album “Marilli” (1984) – an album that Banabila cosiders ‘too embarassing naive’ to re-release. The remixes prove there’s nothing to be ashamed of…
And suddenly, without any warning, there’s good news from the ever-enigmaticAkira Rabelais:
His entire back-catalogue is now available on Bandcamp – which is good news because most of these title were unavailable for a long time now.
And at the same time a new album is released: The Little Glass (available in digital as well as in physical format).
A good opportunity to re-visit the 2006 Spelle Special Radio Show, featuring music from Spelle…, some remixes, ánd exclusive unreleased material especially submitted by Akira Rabelais for this occasion! … Read More →
Dark and brooding soundscapes from Darren McClure, Randall Collier-Ford and Flowers for Bodysnatchers.
But also some relaxing guitar music by E.U.E.R.P.I. to prevent you from sinking in too deep…. … Read More →
Perfect Winter Music……
With a small warning:
You máy need the soothing sounds from Chihei Hatakeyama, Dirk Serries and Orphax to recover from the surrealistic nightmares induced by Bas van Huizen’s ‘Kluwekracht’! … Read More →