Our adventure will bring us to five different places. Get prepared, as each place appears to be not a single thing but a complete galaxy itself.
1. Rudy Adrian – As Dusk Becomes Night (2021)
🇳🇿 Our first albums comes from New Zealand, a perfect place to watch the nature in all its manifestations. Rudy Adrian invites us for a thoughtful survey. During it, we’ll feel the Earth’s movement around the Sun, and each phase of the day will show up in its sonic equivalent.
Great work which reminds us that we are just small particles scattered here and there, and there’s always the universe obediently coping with either our interest in it… or neglect.
2. City of Dawn & The Corrupting Sea – Mosaic of Senses (2021)
🇺🇸 For next impressions. we move to Louisville, Kentucky. Local sound artists, Jason T. Lamoreaux and Damien Duque, have found the way to join efforts in order to fascinate the auditorium even strongly.
Variety of synths meets the guitar and orchestral arrangements, which fill out the background with implementing the effect of being there. All that remains is to step forward, whether timidly or firmly, and to dissolve in the mosaic of senses.
3. Parallel Highway – Dreaming Of Electric Sheep (2021)
🇮🇳 Next turn, another part of the world. This time, we got ourselves into India.
The Parallel Highway projects gives its overview of the ambiance. We glide over the soundscape, encountering upbeat and sad moment of life, thinking about the dying planet and sentient lifeforms. Don’t ask me what is an electric sheep doing here. Absolutely clueless. Perhaps this quiz isn’t meant to be solved.
4. Chronotope Project – Gnosis (2021)
🇺🇸 This album was born in the state of Oregon, US. Jeffrey Ericson Allen continues his artistic way by referring to the heritage of ancient Greek philosophy in attempt to embody that theses in abstract music.
“Gnosis” is comprised of imaginary worlds that comes to reality through the sound waves. The polyrhythms here are masterly mapped out on the ambient textures, constantly unfolding while you are moving forward.
5. Frore & Shane Morris – Horizon (2021)
🇺🇸 That’s another beautiful release for our collection from Spotted Peccary Music. Walking along manless landscapes barefoot and eyes closed, we escape from the continuum of stress and violence.
Here, we are literally getting lost in wonder. Eternal peace and harmony, so vulnerable, is living in these broad and voluminous compositions, waiting for taking care of your eardrums.