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”
Aaron Martin‘s soundtracks for ‘Touch Dissolves’ (a photo book by Yusuf Sevinçli), and for William Armstrong’s award winning short documentary ‘Adam’.
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.
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
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.
So don’t try to call
Don’t come to see me
I’m not here
‘Sleep Stations’ is a short EP continuation of From The Mouth of The Sun‘s ‘Hymn Binding’ release in 2017. Erik K. Skodvin and Rauelsson team up to create a spellbinding movie soundtrack for “Darling”
The Eternal Chord explores the possibilities of ‘the emperor of instruments’: the church organ. On a smaller scale Matthias Urban explores cymbals to create cleansing soundbaths.
in darker waters
winds will change
don’t drown tonight