Michel Banabila’s music for various dance performances combined in a stunning 2LP-package: music so intense it’ll make your palms sweat
Michel Banabila does what he has wanted to do for a long time: releasing an ‘orchestral’ album merging an acoustic ensemble with samples and electronics.
(FREE download codes for 5 Ambientblog readers who comment to this post in the first week!)
Celebrating 13 years of Ambientblog with an exclusive (and free) Machinefabriek track download “Transform II” * Michel Banabila‘s latest album re-explores his musical past (and also contains the original “Transform”)
The wind comes from the North, and it is a cold wind.
This is a clear warning that we have to be careful, take action, and take care to preserve the nature that we will miss when it is gone forever.
Plus: Michel Banabila’s ‘Just Above The Surface’
Dutch Roundup (worth international attention): Cut Worms ‘Cable Mounds’, Michel Banabila ‘Stop Motion’ and Jeroen Effern‘s Untitled album.
Ambientblog is VERY proud to present this exclusive (free!) download from Michel Banabila: a 38 minute ambient soundscape created for Gerco de Ruijter‘s installation Dissolve. (Free lossless Bandcamp download)
Michel Banabila and Maarten Vos perform the soundtrack for Conny Janssen’s dance production “Home”….
Banabila also released a (vinyl) compilation called “Sound Years” (and gives away three download codes to commenters on this post!)
More experimental music from the Lowlands: new albums by Sonmi451, Legiac, Machinefabriek & Michel Banabila and some more Machinefabriek this time with Anne Bakker & Edith Karkoscha
Michel Banabila‘s latest release, inspired by the Juno Jupiter mission * Cerfilic‘s quiet and unhurried string music resembles the work of The Stars of the Lid * and a massive (11+ hr) free anniversary gift from the Taâlem label.