Short Scenes / With Voices – two examples of the versatility of Rutger ‘Machinefabriek’ Zuydervelt: working on improvised tracks recorded by violinist Anne Bakker as well as experimenting with various vocalists.
Bjarni Gunnarsson‘s fourth full album is called ‘Lueur’, meaning ‘glow’ *** For Pauline is a heartfelt tribute to Pauline Oliveros by Isabelle Latorres and Edu Comelles.
Another fine Ambientblog Exclusive to celebrate the end of the year and the beginning of a new one: a FREE DOWNLOAD of Robert Kroos’ 30 minute ‘Brainwave Set’
Sit down, relax, and let Robert Kroos take you down to the very lowest (Delta) frequencies..
Three compilations: the Salaam for Yemen charity compilation (Hiberbate/Dronarivm), Eilean’s #92 with exclusive tracks, and Pop Ambient 2019 curated by Wolfgang Voigt.
Mzungu sheds a different light of the four seasons, while Bionulor recycles fragments of Alexander Scriabin.
Different kinds of cinematic: Tom Hodge and Franz Kirmann‘s score for ‘The Man Behind The Microphone’. Harnes Kretzer‘s Black Noise is not a movie soundtrack but it could very well have been one.
Less than two months after Falling Backwards, James Murray presents his new album: Landscape Of Lovers. Ánd presents a new release in his ‘Slowcraft Presents’ series: Between Ocean And Sky by (Francis M.) Gri and (Federico) Mosconi.
Drones and overtones from Radboud Mens, on solo albums as well as collaboration with 1605Munro and Matthijs Kouw.
Janek Schaefer visits Cuckooland using samples from Robert Wyatt’s 2003 album. * Erik Griswold further explores the possibilities of the prepared piano.
Benjamin Finger‘s respectful disregard of genres *** Lee Yi expresses his fascination for natural pigments and fond memories.
Monty Adkins’ alternate soundtrack to Warhol’s static 8 hour ‘Empire’ *** Eliane Radigue‘s ever-changing sonic stasis on a 14-CD box set. Ever moving, ever standing still.
Introducing “We Stayed The Path The Fell To Shadow” – a new subscription series from Lost Tribe Sound. Also introducing two new releases by Gavin Miller (one of those not included in the subscription series).
“Child, your roots are strong enough to grow through concrete and steel”
Explaining the obscure by the more obscure: drones by Matthijs Kouw and BJ Nilsen
Various artists explore the Fessman Sound Stones * Eiléan and Dauw present musical soulmates in various combinations.
Solo work from Siavash Amini covering places behind shadows where darkness looms, and his collaboration with Umchunga reinterpreting dead composers beyond recognition.
Dark and suspenseful drones, gritty noise and orchestral choir arrangements present inescapable dystopic -but fascinating- views on current times.
Vvolk may very well be the only ‘ambient orchestra’ in the world * Three works inspired by (perpetual) motion by Claudio F. Baroni * Olivia Block‘s ‘132 Ranks’ will make you feel humble.