Two ‘modern classical’ album that take melancholy to a different level: ‘Landbrot I’ by Snorri Hallgrímsson and ‘Midnight Intervals’ by Glowworm (Kevin Scott Davis).
“How to Disappear…” – DreamScenes for December 2020.
(Warning: the last 15 minutes of this edition are more intense than usual compared to previous editions).
Acoustic piano, contemporary classical and expressions of ‘Solastalgia’: works by Chris Abrahams, John Luther Adams, Michael Begg and the Black Glass Ensemble.
Three different albums that are still connected: releases by Silent Vigils, James Murray & Mike Lazarev, and Ian Hawgood.
“Beware of the middle road – the obvious road is almost always a fool’s road”.
DreamScenes for November 2020
Built around Christine Ott’s ‘Comma’ and its variation, ‘Upon Departure’ became a somewhat melancholy journey that fits the end of this remarkable year.
(Surround version also available for free download)
Redefining post-classical music: Gyda Valtysdottir, Galya Bisengalieva and Lukas Lauermann.
Snowdrops combines the sound of ondes Martenot with a contemporary classical setting *** Akira Uchida performs two meditations together with the voice of Miu Sakamoto.
“Applied Music” by Joshua van Tassel (‘More Songs For Slow Motion’) and Loris S. Sarid (‘Music For Tomato Plants’)