Lionel Marchetti presents a 3hr43m set of sound materials “on par with that of the Ocean: expressing the furtive, secret or luminous presences, the massive or incongruous presence of these beings whose existence we may be unaware of.”
Simon Posford, the musical genius behind Shpongle, reflects on being an artist in isolation *** Shall Remain Nameless bring back long-forgotten memories ***Melorman celebrates enjoying the sun in a carefree holiday mood.
A collaboration mix with Dave Michuda from Low Light Mixes:
“5 minutes each turn. Start with a 5-minute track, increase the sample count each turn (next turn 2, next turn 3, next turn 4…) until we reach 60 minutes… (last 5 minutes contain 6 samples each turn). See what happens.”
DreamScenes for July 2020: “All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.”
Max Richter’s incredibly well timed album on the Universal Declaration Of Human Rights *** The app version of his Sleep project helps you sleep, meditate or focus …
Stephen O’Malley’s ‘Géante 4’ composed for Stuart Dempster and performed by Eye Music *** Black Glass Ensemble explores the power of the B Minor chord together with 104 friends *** Michael Vallera creates soundscapes where the sound cannot be traced back to his guitar.
Alva Noto returns after a five year hiatus with volume 4 of his Xerrox pentalogy *** Madeleine Cocolas explores the complex emotions she felt when returning home to Ithaca.
“You Will Now Listen To My Voice”
DreamScenes for June 2020
Yair Elazar Glotman and Mats Erlandsson present their long-form work as a reaction to the current continuous flood of competing interests *** Two sides of Francis M. Gri: the sadness of degenerating memories opposed to the small joys of having to stay at home.