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After the great appreciation of the first compilation initiated by the Head Full Of Music Facebook group, now the long awaited 2nd edition is done. Offering a wonderful variety of
styles from smooth jazz sounds to dreamy ambient, dark drone and experimental sounds. as bonus, you get with your download a video done by MUTATE for the track Ingenmansland.
Matthias Boss – violin
Marcello Magliocchi – sounding sculpture
MaCu – sound bowl, guitar, voice
escala 2.3 is a joint project between Escala netlabel and Sismógrafo Radio3. A massive release divided into three volumes which brings together many of the best ambient, drone, soundscape and electroacustic music producers.
A unique compilation to keep abreast of the latest proposals in advanced music that presents a matchless quality among the experimental scene, both because of the artists who make it up and of the included unreleased tracks.
Glad to be part of this amazing compilation.
Each artist in this compilation belongs to a different culture. The richness, texture and color of their sound is the difference and yet the complement. This compilation includes the participation of musicians who have been inspiration for a long time.
Hidekazu Wakabayashi – Farewells in the Silver Afternoon
Daniva Danive – Off There
SleepLand – yrgn
Daniva Danive – Off Places
Indo – Indo- 4 at Night
MaCu – Red
Syrinx – Visions
B. Lone Engines – Blownivan
MaCu live at Avantgarde Festival Schiphorst 2011
Anthony Donovan (prepared chamber) and
Hopek Quirin (bass);
mix/editing by Kris Limbach and Hopek Quirin at Emitter19 Studio, Berlin
Hopek Quirin www.myspace.com/hopekquirin
Anthony Donovan anthonydonovanbiog.blogspot.com
Christoph Limbach www.emittermicro.com
ToBe Continued…, the 24 hours-long streaming music marathon is coming back on March 24th, World TB Day.
ToBe Continued is an original concert lasting 24 hours (from 00.00 hours to the midnight of March 24th), during which musicians from many parts of the World will be connected to this website that will broadcast, live, their concerts. During this un-interrupted 24 hour marathon (ToBe Continued… in fact) each musician has at disposal a 30-minute window. Anybody can listen to ToBe Continued…, as long as an internet connection is available, by hitting PLAY button above (now disabled). This year project also includes several public listening points (bars, libraries, cultural centers, art galleries, shops, all listed on the website) that will broadcast the concert.
you can listen HERE