“…And I’ll see you
And you’ll see me
And I’ll see you in the branches that blow
In the breeze
I’ll see you in the trees…”
(Angelo Badalamenti/David Lynch)
Catching up with Jessica Moss (Pools of Light), Bill Seaman (Erasures and Displacements) and Justin Walter (Unseen Forces)…
Catching up with Orson Hentschel, Bérangère Maximin and Sarah Davachi.
Two different movie soundtracks from William Ryan Fritch, a massive 43-track game soundtrack from Ben Lukas Boysen & Sebastian Plano, and Kryshe’s music inspired by the 1915 silent movie version of Alice in Wonderland.
Twin Peaks inspired music: dark jazz from doom-crooners Dale Cooper Quartet & Dictaphones, and three compilation albums that start off a sixteen-part (!) series curated by Indie Rock Magazine.
“Dream All The Dark Away” – a kind of ‘mission statement’ for the new DreamScenes series: broadcast every second sunday of the month on the Dutch Concertzender. Available on-demand worldwide after the broadcast from the concertzender website and via www.dreamscenes.nl
The Los Angeles Percussion Quartet presents a stunning double album with 84 minutes of contemporary compositions for percussion.
Performing works from Daniel Bjarnason, Anna Thorvaldsdottir, Christopher Cerrone, Ellen Reid and Andrew McIntosh.
Two great ‘Contemporary Classical’ albums:
Christoph Berg‘s ‘Conversations’, released on the Sonic Pieces label.
Jeffrey Roden‘s Next Level Minimalism on volume 2 of “Threads of a Prayer”
The DreamScenes collection for June 2017 hopefully raises your curiosity to check out some of these recent releases.
Featuring Martin Rev, Orson Hentschel, Broken Thoughts, Penguin Cafe Orchestra, Christoph Berg, She Spread Sorrow, Minco Eggersman, Steve Pacheco, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Paul Beauchamp, Chaz Knapp, James A. McDermid, The Caretaker, Olivier Alary and Moinho
In this May edition of DreamScenes, you can expect a bit of contemporary classical, a bit of piano, a bit of jazz , some drones and (of course) some ambient soundscapes too, to bring you a small hour of quiet (when needed).