Chas Smith performs on an array of self-built instruments *** A short but impactful soundtrack score by Clarice Jensen.
The music of Akira Rabelais “definitely isn’t something of this world”: a beautiful ghostly presence at night, and a box full of remembrances of things past.
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The COVID-19 lockdown obviously triggered a lot of online collaborations – which were often also thematically related to the worldwide crisis. But few – if not none – of them are as surprising as Jacob Cooper & Steven Bradshaw’s Sunrise.
Unusual atmospheres: ethnic-sounding ‘medicine music’ from Otorongo, and granulated theatrical cello sounds by Olenc.
“Empower and Enhance” – The DreamScenes September 2021 edition.
The unique ‘dark jazz’ blend of Dictaphone and the cyborg-like heartbeat of Jason Sharp.
A compilation that is sustainable in more than one way, a collaboration project dedicated to the Georgian Glaciers, and the introduction of a new subscription series.
From Arctic Dreams to reverberating cisterns of Istanbul: music from John Luther Adams and Philip Blackburn.
My computer is broken
I’m sorry it’s taken me so long to write, but as you can see, I’m not very good at this.
And sometimes I have to backspace over words and type ‘X’s through them because I don’t have any whiteout.
I hope I get my MAC back soon. Until then, you probably won’t hear from me too often.
Nocturnal Sunrise – DreamScenes for June 2021