Noisy yet subtle soundscapes by The [Law-Rah] Collective (Martijn Pieck and Bauke van der Wal) and Transtilla (Romke Kleefstra and Anne-Chris Bakker).
Soundtrack for ‘Manta Ray’ created by Mathieu Gabry and Christine Ott (Snowdrops), and Nachtmuziek (Night Music) from Bernard ‘Sonmi451’ Zwijzen.
‘Eco-acoustician’ Matthew Burtner turns parts of the melting glaciers into instruments …. Saba Alizadeh merges his virtuoso kamancheh playing with cutting edge electronics
A two hour long collaboration soundscape dedicated to H.P. Lovecrafts’ dark deity Shub-Niggurath… and a soundtrack for your time travel experiences by Peter Edwards Ambient….plus the ‘almost biological’ sounds of the Elnath Project
Acoustic ambient: Trio Ramberget creates music to fall asleep to with double bass, bass clarinet and trombone… Ian Vine‘s 24 Still Pieces can be played in any random sequence.
Corey Fuller’s ‘Break’ addresses ‘the universality of human struggle’ in a highly emotional album. Anonymous artist Glåsbird creates a soundtrack for an imaginary film about Greenland.
Synaesthetic drones from Yann Novak *** A live performance from Frans ‘Modelbau’ de Waard (as well as a personal story of fate)
Hugh Marsh‘s Violinvocations shows his admiration for Jon Hassell *** Saffronkeira‘s Automatism is a ‘journey through the vastness of the unconscious’
‘Beautiful innocence’ of Chi Factory‘s Fourth World Music, and revived minimalism of Snow Palms.
‘Wise Words… Wild Words… D’You See’ – DreamScenes – March 2019
S.E.T.I. delivers 8(!) hours of music for your hibernation on your quest for extra-terrestrial intelligence… Frame‘s journey stays closed to home: exploring our own galaxy
Benoît Pioulard and Josh Mason with their releases on the Dauw label. Plus: Velgenaturlig’s ‘Kundalini’
The adventurously bright acousmatic soundscape Phonotopological by Robert Scott Thompson is beautifully contrasted by the dark Selva Oscura of William Basinski and Lawrence English.
Two immersive albums ‘for stillness and reflection’: Robert Rich‘s double album ‘tactile Ground’ and Erik Wølllo‘s ‘Infinite Moments’.
Memories of ‘Brutal London’ as remembered by Gideon Wolf (Tristan Shorr), and quiet ambient-post-rock from The Gentleman Losers to help wait for the season to change
“a 1000 Laws of Æthelred iii. c. 13 §1 (Schmid) And þar þeᴁen aᴁe tweᴁen costas lufe oþþe laᴁe and he þonne lufe ᴁeceose. 1432–50 tr. Higden (Rolls) I. 99 Oreb‥the mownte of fere and of luffe [L. mons terroris et fœderis]. Ibid. II. 347, IV. 123. a 1500 in Arnolde Chron. (1811) 90 Yf ther bee ony persone wythin the warde that is not vnder francpledge that is to saye under loue and lawe.”
Akira Rabelais – CXVI
“What place has no wind?”
Eraldo Bernocchi writes a soundtrack for a documentary about Cy Twombly * Martin Ptak depicts the flow of a river from its spring to its destination.