Dictaphone creates some things that were missing before, while omrr puts Egypt’s experimental music on our map. Ghost and Tape prepares us for Spring.
Michael Begg‘s Titan-A Crane Is A Bridge and BJ Nilsen‘s trek through the Gran Paradiso alpine mountains.
Two albums with a focus on the piano: Robert Haigh‘s Creatures of the Deep and Lost and Found by Bruno Sanfilippo.
Andrew Heath’s ‘lower case music’ (Soundings);
Sonmi451 takes his place on the imaginary map (Panta Rei);
Sven Laux’ virtual orchestra (Paper Streets)
Contemporary chamber music by The Solo Collective (Anne Müller, Alex Stolze, Sebastian Reynolds), Hoshiko Yamane and Mike Lazarev
DreamScenes for November 2017: “Winter is Coming” (Music for People in Trouble)
Claire M. Singer presents Fairge, for (church) organ, cello and electronics. Ben McElroy plays Songs of Iceland.
Giulio Aldinucci worries about Borders and Ruins, Steve Pacheco focuses on the Heart, and Jens Pauly investigates his memory.
Winter is coming: … a compilation of exclusive tracks on the Winter-Light label, and a Seetyca album inspired by the same season.
Music about rituals and magic.
“You’re not lost. There’s just nowhere to go..”