Music for the last days of Winter……
The february DreamScenes edition may feel darker than usual.
Possibly due to the dark winter days or, who knows, the general darkness of current times.
But don’t worry: there’s a sweet surprise at the end. So keep listening!
The August edition of DreamScenes feels like a full night’s sleep cycle compressed to one hour!
Featuring 36, Christopher Tignor, Ferdinando Arnò (with Melanie De Biasio), Ian William Craig, Eric Holm, Nils Quak, Brambles, Sylvain Chauveau, Kolhoosi 13, Antonymes, Daniel Lanois, Mathieu Ruhlmann, Strië and Jherek Bischoff
There’s a remarkable amount of rain falling in this July edition of DreamScenes. Well… I guess it perfectly fits this summer season…
With Cerfilic, Ian William Craig, Helios, Ben Lukas Boysen, Antonymes/Marconi Union, Claire M. Singer, Olivier Alary, Jonty Harrison, Stephan Mathieu, Mathieu Lamontagne, Anne Garner/Christoph Berg, M4X and Max Richter.
Drones for the start of summer season:
With music by Xiu Xiu, Christina Vantzou, Hilde Marie Holsen, Michel Banabila, Barton Rage & Bill Laswell, J. Peter Schwalm, Ricardo Donoso (in a Thomas Köner Remix), Joe Frawley, How to Disappear Completely and a remarkable rework of 60 different recordings of Gymnopédie 1
New month – new selection. The April DreamScenes selection welcomes a new spring with a variation that properly fits the month of the year!
Featuring tracks by J.Peter Schwalm, Bionulor, Fovea Hex, Biosphere, Tobias Freund & Valentina Berthelor, Djivan Gasparyan/Machinefabriek, Antonymes, Jakob Lindhagen, Guy Gelem, Quiet Noise, Chris Abrahams and Mark Lyken.
DreamScenes for long, cold and dark nights.
With Jóhann Jóhannsson, Ambiq, Michel Banabila, Christina Vantzou, Julia Kent, Multicast Dynamics, Goldmund, Quiet Horn, Lyken & Dove, Radboud Mens and Understated Theory
Meandering from one end of the spectrum to the other, with a few surprises along the way: the DreamScenes Autumn selection features Thomas Ragsdale, Dat Rayon, Max Richter, Asid & Banabila, Evan Caminiti, Gaap Kvlt, Jos Smolders, Lone Echo, Gideon Wolf, Ariadne and Mauro Beltrán
Slowly preparing for autumn with the sounds of Umchunga, Ten, Erik Wøllo, Blaine Todd, Spheruleus (& Friends), S.E.T.I., Farbeak, Evan Caminiti, Offthesky & Pleq, Tatsuro Kojima, Dag Rosenqvist and Graveyard Tapes.
…. slowly evolving to a state of inert uniformity …. retracing information that was lost from the message … searching for the uniformity in what seems to be randomly disordered …
This mix is published simultaneously on Headphone Commute:
“You’re in for a treat!”
The warm, soft voice of Anne Garner guides you into (and out of) a dreamy hour of sounds also including Nils Frahm, Bruno Sanfilippo, Leonardo Rosado, Michel Banabila, Söll, Yamaoka, Aes Dana, Miktek and Fabio Perletta.
The DreamScenes selection for this month features exciting (and sometimes mysterious) music from Norn, Glass Candy, Banabila/Machinefabriek, Heezen, Mathias Delplanque, Cello + Laptop, Veroníque Vaka, Andrew Weathers Ensemble, Ben Salisbury/Geoff Barrow, Darren McClure/Jose Soberanos, Todd Tobias, Macheteoxidado and Anne Garner.
This month’s edition focuses on new music from some ‘para-ambient’ releases: not exactly ambient by definition, but definitely atmospheric.
Introducing new albums by Dasha Rush, Yamaoka, Juxta Phona, Forrest Fang, Piano Interrupted, Cass., Bill Seaman, Biosphere, Matthew Mercer and Ah! Kosmos.
The third of the monthly broadcasts, with some great tracks from new and forthcoming releases.
The second edition of the monthly broadcast with a wealth of new album tracks.
Android users already had “on-the-road access” using the Ambientblog Android App, which unfortunately is not available for iPhone/iPod/iPad users.
But the Mixcloud App now provides a great way to access the ambientblog mixes while on the road: just install it, start it and search for “ambientblog” (user), and you’ll find all mixes that are published on Mixcloud.
And of course there are quite a lot of other great mixes to be discovered apart from Ambientblog!
The Mixcloud app is offered for free while in Beta, so don’t hesitate and install it right now!
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