V I C I M enjoys comfortable moments of seclusion, Jules starts travelling around the world, Endurance plays music for imaginary persons.
DreamScenes for August 2018:
“I got sunshine in my stomach – Like I just rocked my baby to sleep. – I got sunshine in my stomach – But I can’t keep me from creeping sleep – sleep, deep in the deep”
A batch of recent releases from Moving Furniture Records: Haarvöl, Preliminary Station and Ilia Belorukov.
Music of Disorientation: K. Leimer‘s “Threnody” and Gregory Taylor‘s “Randstad”
René Aquarius and Rutger Zuydervelt explore the Glass Palace * Presidiomodelo guides us into chilling Siberian (imaginary) landscapes.
Back to the womb with Kajsa Lindgren‘s subaquatic sonic environments ** Manja Ristic evoking the different seasons with inspiration from classic haiku’s.
Combining the warm immersive widescreen sounds from Snufmumriko with the microscopic detailed organic electro-acoustics from Arovane/Porya Hatami for guaranteed aural excitement.
Pantheon is one of those DIY labels that present their releases with such unbelievable detailed handmade package that each release becomes a piece of art in itself. This is their MAY package, for example: featuring Rhucle, EugeneKha and Pool of Light.
Markus Guentner‘s ‘Empire’ is a landmark release – one for the history books * Max Corbacho extends his nightly explorations on ‘Nocturnes II’
An extra dreamy July edition.
With, apart from the usual new releases, a fragment of Robert Kroos‘ Brainwave Set as performed in june as part of RAAR (Rotterdam Art And Radio)/Varia.
The opposite of dark and isolationist ambient: bright, uplifting and optimistic ambient by Alex Crispin and Erik Wøllo.
Silent Vigils create music best enjoyed when awake at times usually spent asleep *** Ian Hawgood performs on his childhood piano, using old disused reel to reel recorders and an array of vintage synths.
Slow down time with κασετα from The Pitch, and/or dive into the NGC 1999 Nebula (1.500 light-years from home) with Ben Bertrand
Jeroen Diepenmaat‘s soundwalk recordings are transformed into alternate realities *** Various Line artist rework tracks from Derek Piotr
Trumpet legend Jon Hassell shows us how the tension between the North and the South can be relieved through ‘Vertical Listening’. *** J. Peter Schwalm faces the deepest personal fears imaginable, and translates it into a striking new album.
Two cassette releases by Celer (one with Forest Management) – both are sold out but can still be enjoyed!
Ánd a brand-new feeling rerelease from two hard to find releases by Yui Onodera.
So don’t try to call
Don’t come to see me
I’m not here
Sven Laux honors the heroes of Chess – while Dead Melodies involuntarily spends the night in the ruins of a once stately manor.