Surprising and hardly classifiable release by Jason ‘Offthesky’ Corder plus acoustic ensemble *** R Beny demonstrates what the opposite of decay sounds like.
DreamScenes for June, 2019: “A Voice Like A Candle”
Time to relax with albums from Richard Norris, Jens Pauly and Innesti.
A live improvised concert by Robert Lippok and ‘electroacoustic pianist’ Kaan Bulak
Alexandra Spence studied the sonic textures of Europe (and beyond).
Zachary Paul showcases the textural range of the violin *** Jane Antonia Cornish is a must-listen for all lovers of modern-classical music *** Rune Clausen explores the mysteries of the Norwegian forests
Craig Leon further explores the music of the Nommos * Slagmann is a cross-pollination between ritualistic percussion (by Slagwerk Den Haag) and electronics by Talismann.
Angelina Yershova stresses the importance of the protection of our planet’s ecosystem on her stunning new album CosmoTengri *** Keru Not Ever‘s album is as disruptive as the name suggests
Mariska Baars and Rutger Zuydervelt create a fractal bubblebath *** Celer manages to relax at 303 km/hr.
Travelling to al corners of Britain (and all four elements) with Andrew Heath and Toby Marks *** Exploring the Topology of Blue with Bill Seaman.
Fog Horns, Trombones, Distorted Tones & Drones
(DreamScenes for May 2019)
Two self-titled ‘classic ambient’ releases on the Past Inside The Present label (扎克and Dawn Chorus And The Infallible Sea) as well as another two on Shimmering Moods (Music For Sleep and Luna Monk).
Michael Begg and Marcus Fischer & Burke Jam each explore “Vanitas” (a symbolic work of art showing the transience of life, the futility of pleasure, and the certainty of death, often contrasting symbols of wealth and symbols of ephemerality and death) in their own way.
Dave Wesley breaks through the fourth wall with cinematic references in atypical dub-techno… while Dr.Nojoke also explores unbeaten tracks (with his bass guitar).
Porya Hatami and friends: Arovane, Aaron Martin and Roberto Attanasio. Quality contemplative releases from Karl Records and Dronarivm.
Three albums by Stijn Hüwels released (almost) simultaneously: his solo album that got the inspiration from samples and fragments of various friends, and collaborations with Tomoyoshi Date and Norihito Suda.
Eilean Records’ imaginary map is almost complete. Two albums for the winter season (Ian Nyquist and Kenji Kihara), and two celebrating spring (Andrew Tasselmyer and Ciro Berenguer).
Ian Hawgood’s love letter to ageing synths, warped reels, and recording at low light.
Two different projects that demonstrate that 1+1 = 3: Q3A by Sebastian & Daniel Selke, and Robert Heel‘s In Between.