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)
‘Wise Words… Wild Words… D’You See’ – DreamScenes – March 2019
“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
Bjarni Gunnarsson‘s fourth full album is called ‘Lueur’, meaning ‘glow’ *** For Pauline is a heartfelt tribute to Pauline Oliveros by Isabelle Latorres and Edu Comelles.
Another fine Ambientblog Exclusive to celebrate the end of the year and the beginning of a new one: a FREE DOWNLOAD of Robert Kroos’ 30 minute ‘Brainwave Set’
Sit down, relax, and let Robert Kroos take you down to the very lowest (Delta) frequencies..
Three compilations: the Salaam for Yemen charity compilation (Hiberbate/Dronarivm), Eilean’s #92 with exclusive tracks, and Pop Ambient 2019 curated by Wolfgang Voigt.
The FIFTIETH edition of DreamScenes!
Drones and overtones from Radboud Mens, on solo albums as well as collaboration with 1605Munro and Matthijs Kouw.
Benjamin Finger‘s respectful disregard of genres *** Lee Yi expresses his fascination for natural pigments and fond memories.
Monty Adkins’ alternate soundtrack to Warhol’s static 8 hour ‘Empire’ *** Eliane Radigue‘s ever-changing sonic stasis on a 14-CD box set. Ever moving, ever standing still.
Explaining the obscure by the more obscure: drones by Matthijs Kouw and BJ Nilsen
Dark and suspenseful drones, gritty noise and orchestral choir arrangements present inescapable dystopic -but fascinating- views on current times.
René Aquarius‘ music for the ‘Homeostatic Tension’ installation (with Ajla R. Steinvåg) fits perfectly with Uwe ‘Atom TM’ Schmidt‘s third edition of Texturen. Both are ‘designed to inhabit the infinite space of your mind’.
Decrypting hidden signals from outer space to inner existential fears with the help of Sphäre Sechs, Banished Pills and False Mirror.
A batch of recent releases from Moving Furniture Records: Haarvöl, Preliminary Station and Ilia Belorukov.
René Aquarius and Rutger Zuydervelt explore the Glass Palace * Presidiomodelo guides us into chilling Siberian (imaginary) landscapes.