Exciting experimental electronics for the more daring listener: CoH & Abul Mogard, Stefan Goldmann and Melvin Gibbs.
Contemporary classical ambient by The Kasper Bjørke Quartet, and nocturnal piano music from Lorenz Weber.
The breath of the world and the sound of the wind invite us to listen more deeply: new works from John Luther Adams.
A two-hour mix with a (somewhat) lighter mood…. I really hope you’ll enjoy watching these -imaginary- clouds!
After 20 years, Radboud Mens finally realised his musical vision merging minimal techno, glitch and ambient on this double release.
Music ‘to fill those silences that occur when there is nothing to say’: two collaborations of Martijn Comes with Frans de Waard and Nicoleta Chatzopoulou.
Two charity compilations, each of them the third in its series: For Ukraine vol. 3, supporting the International Rescue Committee, and Sustain Series, vol. 3 supporting the Eden Reforestation Project. Support their cause!
Ragas in just intonation performed by Christina Vantzou, Michael Harrison and John Also Bennett — Michael Begg’s attempt to realize ‘something that refused to play’.
Apart from its opening sample – ‘It is time to stop seeing. It is time to stop speaking. It is time to listen’, from David Cronenberg’s Crimes Of the Future – this mix has no central theme or story. It’s up to you, the listener, to take the time to listen and go with the flow.