Various artists explore the
Fessman Sound Stones * Eiléan and Dauw present musical soulmates in various combinations.
Solo work from
Siavash Amini covering places behind shadows where darkness looms, and his collaboration with Umchunga reinterpreting dead composers beyond recognition.
Dark and suspenseful drones, gritty noise and orchestral choir arrangements present inescapable dystopic -but fascinating- views on current times.
Vvolk may very well be the only ‘ambient orchestra’ in the world * Three works inspired by (perpetual) motion by Claudio F. Baroni * Olivia Block‘s ‘132 Ranks’ will make you feel humble.
Bert Cools, book of air, church organ, Claudio Baroni, minimal, Modelo62, modern classical, Olivia Block, room40, Stijn Cools, UNSounds, VVolk
Celebrating 13 years of Ambientblog with an exclusive (and free)
Machinefabriek track download “Transform II” * Michel Banabila‘s latest album re-explores his musical past (and also contains the original “Transform”)
Extended version of the prophetic
Scanner performance with Jim O’Rourke and Robert Hampson * Mathieu St. Pierre incorporates Google Street View to illustrate his glitchy soundscapes.
“No hay banda: there is no band. This is all a tape recording… And yet we hear a band… It is all recorded. It is all a tape. It is an illusion.”
(Silencio scene from Mulholland Drive, 2001)
René Aquarius‘ music for the ‘Homeostatic Tension’ installation (with Ajla R. Steinvåg) fits perfectly with Uwe ‘Atom TM’ Schmidt‘s third edition of Texturen. Both are ‘designed to inhabit the infinite space of your mind’.
Bas van Huizen‘s ‘single word poetry’ combined with his otherworldly absurdism * ‘Classic’ atmospheric ambient by Wouter Veldhuis.
Jana Irmert‘s immersive ‘Flood’ and Thomas Ankersmit‘s ‘Homage to Dick Raaijmakers’