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April 17 201404·34 pm1 note

Brambles’ remix work for fellow Melbourne musician Luke Howard with vocals from Strië

Make sure to check out the whole remix album on Bandcamp as there are some really great tracks.

April 16 201407·09 am

Taken from the album 'A Home For You' released in March 2014 through Hawk Moon Records.

April 15 201403·50 pm26 notes

Taken from Bruno Sanfilippo’s album ‘ClarOscuro’, which will be out on May 15th. It will mainly contain solo piano works by the Spanish composer and pianist, some pieces will also feature violoncello and violin.

April 15 201408·37 am8 notes

A masterpiece of electronic minimalism and ambient experimentalism by Bartosz Dziadosz aka Pleq and Philippe Lamy. Including remixes by Pjusk (Rune Sagevik & Jostein Gjelsvik), Marcus Fjellström and Ben Lukas Boysen.

Headphones or a large space highly recommended.

April 14 201404·06 pm1 note

Now this looks great: Vivaldi’s ‘Four Seasons’ in Anne Sophie Mutter’s interpretation and Max Richter’s fabulous ‘Recomposed’ version as an iPad app. I am an Android guy, but for the first time a bit of a jealous one.

(Source: vivaldisfourseasons.com)

April 14 201407·29 am2 notes

This short video about listening, belonging and missing caught my attention on this Monday morning. Have a safe one.

April 12 201407·21 am8 notes

Taken from Erik K Skodvin’s upcoming album ‘Flame’, which will be out on Sonic Pieces in June.

April 11 201406·59 am4 notes

'Drowning in the Sky' is a collaboration album between Pjusk (Rune Sagevik & Jostein Gjelsvik) and Sleep Orchestra (Christopher Pegg). The music creates a soundtrack of ambient soundscapes and drones that move you slowly and steadily through an ever changing landscape of water, fog and the clouds in the sky.

April 10 201406·12 pm1 note

I had this podcast on while running this morning, and it blew my mind: An astrophysicist who studies the shape of the universe, Janna Levin has also explored her science by writing a novel about two pivotal 20th-century mathematicians, Kurt Gödel and Alan Turing. Both men pushed at boundaries where mathematics presses on grand questions of meaning and purpose. Such questions, she says, help create the technologies that are now changing our sense of what it means to be human.

A must listen for every “sincere seaker”.

(Source: onbeing.org / On Being)

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