David Cordero’s trip to Japan results in very uplifting ambient music *** Anthéne is perfectly at home creating ‘dusty ambient guitar and synth led works’
The abstract soundscapes of Martina Claussen combine her voice with sound objects, field recordings, and electronics * Returning from Berlin to Italy inspired Andrée Burelli * Clarice Jensen evokes stasis and movement at the same time.
Three different albums that are still connected: releases by Silent Vigils, James Murray & Mike Lazarev, and Ian Hawgood.
“Beware of the middle road – the obvious road is almost always a fool’s road”.
DreamScenes for November 2020
Built around Christine Ott’s ‘Comma’ and its variation, ‘Upon Departure’ became a somewhat melancholy journey that fits the end of this remarkable year.
(Surround version also available for free download)
Redefining post-classical music: Gyda Valtysdottir, Galya Bisengalieva and Lukas Lauermann.
A selection of dark ambient projects: Music for Abandoned Cold War Places (various artists), Scenes from the Sublime (Neraterrae), and a ‘different kind of nothing’ (Diffie).
Imagine ‘Midsommar’ was a documentary instead of a fictional movie story….
And then check the Kliffotiska Ritualpoemen as read by Thomas Karlsson and set on music by Sjunde Inseglet in this ritualistic (10-hour) set .
Snowdrops combines the sound of ondes Martenot with a contemporary classical setting *** Akira Uchida performs two meditations together with the voice of Miu Sakamoto.