Tuxedomoon and CWNN‘s surprising re-work for a (documentary about) Blue Velvet, Melancholic Romance from Goldmund, Escapism from Library Tapes, and unclassifiable ambient works by Frans Friederich.
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.
Catch up with this shortlist featuring installation music from Biosphere, environmental drones from Yiorgis Sakellariou and Dave Kirby, and a reel-to-reel sound wall by Richard Ginns
“Uut de Bron” / From the Well: fresh music for February, ambient sounds, choirs & otherwise…
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.
Soundtracks are hot. And quite a lot of them border on ‘ambient’ music because of their inherent atmospherics. Or on ‘post-classical’ music because of their instrumental arrangements.
‘The Revenant’ combines the best of both worlds!
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!
A few compilations to start the year with: well- and lesserknown artists, a lot of unreleased material, and most of them offered as a free download too!
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?