A new collaboration by Anne Chris Bakker and Andrew Heath as well as Bakker’s solo album: top class ‘lower-case music’.
The concept of ‘negative space’ as explained by Francis M. Gri and James Murray – and healthy advice from James Murray to confront chaotic times.
Opposites attract: from the bright and soft combinations of Pinkcourtesyphone’s soundscapes with Gwyneth Wentink’s harp, to the dynamic speaker filling ‘careful maximalism’ of Erik Levander
The September DreamScenes edition is a mixed bag of conflicting emotions.
“Must be a little cooler”
Matthew Florianz’ Mass Object feels like a trip into deep space.
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DreamScenes for July 2019: “Water Be My Road Now”
A live improvised concert by Robert Lippok and ‘electroacoustic pianist’ Kaan Bulak
Alexandra Spence studied the sonic textures of Europe (and beyond).
Porya Hatami and friends: Arovane, Aaron Martin and Roberto Attanasio. Quality contemplative releases from Karl Records and Dronarivm.
The adventurously bright acousmatic soundscape Phonotopological by Robert Scott Thompson is beautifully contrasted by the dark Selva Oscura of William Basinski and Lawrence English.
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.
Italian duo Iluiteq presents their soundtracks for winter departures *** Hirotaka Shirosubaki prepares for the end of the Japanes Heisei era in which he grew up *** Belgian duo Clearlight & Owl take you to your deepest thoughts.
Using environmental recordings to create musical compositions: Geneva Skeen is inspired by a geological phenomenon, Kate Carr by a poem about wreck-diving.
Explaining the obscure by the more obscure: drones by Matthijs Kouw and BJ Nilsen
Jana Irmert‘s immersive ‘Flood’ and Thomas Ankersmit‘s ‘Homage to Dick Raaijmakers’
Combining the warm immersive widescreen sounds from Snufmumriko with the microscopic detailed organic electro-acoustics from Arovane/Porya Hatami for guaranteed aural excitement.
Pantheon is one of those DIY labels that present their releases with such unbelievable detailed handmade package that each release becomes a piece of art in itself. This is their MAY package, for example: featuring Rhucle, EugeneKha and Pool of Light.
An extra dreamy July edition.
With, apart from the usual new releases, a fragment of Robert Kroos‘ Brainwave Set as performed in june as part of RAAR (Rotterdam Art And Radio)/Varia.
Annea Lockwood and Christina Kubisch explore the sounds of the inaudible -*- Christina Vantzou and John Also Bennett transform Zin Taylor‘s drawings into sound.