The first edition of this year’s DreamScenes series is a mixed bag of sounds – navigating from post-classical to analogue electronics and some things inbetween. And back again…
The FIFTIETH edition of DreamScenes!
“Child, your roots are strong enough to grow through concrete and steel”
“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)
DreamScenes for September 2018:
“Don’t you weep pretty baby – Don’t you weep pretty baby – You and me and the devil makes three – Don’t need no other lovin baby
Go to sleep little baby – Go to sleep little baby – Come and lay your bones on the alabaster stones – And be my ever lovin baby”
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”
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.
So don’t try to call
Don’t come to see me
I’m not here
in darker waters
winds will change
don’t drown tonight
It’s cauld – it’s dark – through the dread waste
Yon starn, sae red, and sma,
Presses its weak, encumberd, beam,
To perish in the sna’.
Och! Och! it’s mirk – the furious storm,
Howls round the hill sae high;
And black, and awfu’, on the earth,
Sits down the laiden sky.
[Robert Couper, 1804]
“How beautiful. How magic. How catastrophic”
DreamScenes for March 2018
DreamScenes for February 2018: Die Mutanten Träumen…
“Memory Palaces” – DreamScenes for January 2018
Bells, Angels, Light, Darkness…and other December Sentiments…
DreamScenes for November 2017: “Winter is Coming” (Music for People in Trouble)
DreamScenes for October 2017: Autumn Particles….
Slow Motion Pleasures and some strange twists in this September DreamScenes edition …
“…And I’ll see you
And you’ll see me
And I’ll see you in the branches that blow
In the breeze
I’ll see you in the trees…”
(Angelo Badalamenti/David Lynch)