The spontaneous collaboration between Rutger Zuydervelt and Bruno Duplant does not sound as uncertain as the title suggests *** Matthijs Kouw explores parallel suburbs in two suspenseful drones.
Orchestral drone and poetry from Jackson Greenberg, Ondes Martenot showcase by Christine Ott, and a neo-classical showcase supporting the Mediterranean Sea.
Sound installations for empty rooms…. and a return to the timeless music of Yui Onodera.
DreamScenes for May 2020: “A Quiet Mantra Of Hope”…
Cold arctic winds and a clear blue sky: Maggi Payne’s Arctic Winds and Reese Williams’ Great Bird Black River.
Ambient music representing cosmic Pulse Sound Recordings, (rare) quiet days, and deserted Australian landscapes: albums by Hler, Hipnotic Earth and Amongst Myselves respectively.
After the physical distribution became impossible, Whitelabrec’s Harry Towell started the Home Diaries series: artists documenting their personal experiences during the Covid-19 lockdown.
Shuta Hiraki creates enigmatic atmospheres with old LP’s he found in his mother’s warehouse; Sebastian Paul celebrates spring amongst the Sakura Trees; Degoya‘s debut album is calm and refreshing as a Japanese garden.
Fourth World, Outer Space, and mind-bending psychedelics: Chi Factory, LF58, and Kryptogen Rundfunk.