“…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)
“Dream All The Dark Away” – a kind of ‘mission statement’ for the new DreamScenes series: broadcast every second sunday of the month on the Dutch Concertzender. Available on-demand worldwide after the broadcast from the concertzender website and via www.dreamscenes.nl
Introducing DreamScenes v2.0: a monthly radio broadcast on Concertzender radio (www.concertzender.nl) – also available on-demand for international listeners.
The DreamScenes collection for June 2017 hopefully raises your curiosity to check out some of these recent releases.
Featuring Martin Rev, Orson Hentschel, Broken Thoughts, Penguin Cafe Orchestra, Christoph Berg, She Spread Sorrow, Minco Eggersman, Steve Pacheco, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Paul Beauchamp, Chaz Knapp, James A. McDermid, The Caretaker, Olivier Alary and Moinho
In this May edition of DreamScenes, you can expect a bit of contemporary classical, a bit of piano, a bit of jazz , some drones and (of course) some ambient soundscapes too, to bring you a small hour of quiet (when needed).
The April DreamScenes edition features a collection of fine tracks from recent releases – meandering from ambient dreamscapes to abstract expressionism to jazzy modern classical, overtone throat singing suites and distorted choirs…
All in one night’s dream….
March 2017 DreamScenes edition: Music for the End of Winter ……
Music for the last days of Winter……
The february DreamScenes edition may feel darker than usual.
Possibly due to the dark winter days or, who knows, the general darkness of current times.
But don’t worry: there’s a sweet surprise at the end. So keep listening!
Let’s kick off a brand new year of monthly DreamScenes with a selection to tickle your inner eyelids.
A selection to induce a variety of images: some movie/series/game soundtrack tracks, a bit of drone, post-classical piano, and some pieces that are a bit harder to classify.
DreamScenes usually only features new releases, but this month I want to start with an exception in remembrance of Pauline Oliveros.
Among many other things, she will be remembered for her Deep Listening concept.
Concluding this edition with a track by Mario Batkoviç that feels like a (probably unintended) tribute to Oliveros.
In-between, there’s many other things (… and also many strings).