Venturing into the darkness with Skrika (Monty Adkins) and the Lovecraftian tragedy of Jason Köhnen’s The Lovecraft Sextet.
Andrew Heath draws inspiration from imagined cities *** The Transition Recordings by Son of Chi & Radboud Mens.
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.
C.M. von Hausswolff and Chandra Shukla open their sonic diaries series with their impression of Nepal *** Carlos Casas interprets the Aeta culture on a mixed media set.
Clarice Jensen’s debut movie score for Ainu Mosir, Rose Bolton’s Lost Clock, and Genrietta’s memories of Moscow locations.
Two different scores that demonstrate the multi-faceted sound of Machinefabriek: CM_30 for a juggling performance, and RE:Moving for choreographies by Yin Yue.
Arrowounds ends his trilogy with The Rise And Fall Of The Melting World, while Loneward tries to keep things simple and invokes stasis.
Erik Wøllo’s scenic North Star album (as well as the Name-Your Price download from his SoundQuest performance), and the ‘ethereal modern classical’ sounds of The Green Kingdom.
Sonmi451’s ‘Seven Signals In The Sky’ is the Summer edition in Laaps’ Records series *** Iluiteq mournes the (future) loss of wilderness.