Review Reblog – on pauline anna strom’s trans-millenia music, via rvng

It is a sad fact that some artists gain recognition late in their lives, sometimes due to a reappraisal of the “genre” they write. In hindsight some are realising that New Age and Melodic Instrumental music is really worth sitting down and listening to, albeit a bit late for some as in Pauline Anna Strom’s case, or too late for others. Without sounding preachy here – give things a listen, you might be pleasantly surprised.

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Review Reblog – on éliane radigue’s occam ocean vol. 1, out via shiin

Today’s Discovery – Heraclitus in Iceland – Gail Priest

 

I’ve wanted to make this my Today’s Discovery since first hearing this beautiful and atmospheric piece and spurred on by the review from A Closer Listen , here it is.

Reblog – Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith Finds Her Inner “Kid” — Bandcamp Daily

 

 

The composer talks with us about music’s place in her personal ecosystem and tracing a coming to awareness with synthesizers.

via Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith Finds Her Inner “Kid” — Bandcamp Daily

Some Weekend Reading……

Pioneering Italian Women in Electronic Music

September 15, 2017
By Johann Merrich


 

maddalena fagandini

Radiophonic Ladies by Jo Hutton on Sonic Arts Network


 

Pioneering Canadian Women In Electronic Music

September 29, 2016
By Robyn Fadden


 

Early Electronic Music in Québec: A Brief History

October 4, 2016
By Roger Tellier Craig


 

Today’s Discovery – Susan Drone

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“Electroacoustic Composition, Graphic Artist and Experimental Composer, who uses field recordings combined with computer processing and electronic sounds, in an attempt to create dreamlike, sensitive hypnagogic states.”

https://susanloop.bandcamp.com/

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News – Fall Music Preview: Electronic – A Closer Listen

Plenty to look forward to here……

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To dance is to forget one’s problems and to underline the vibrant nature of life.  Our Electronic Preview points in the direction of the club, but even if one can’t get out there in public, there’s always the living room, the lawn, the car.  Let’s say you were a robot beached on a distant island.  Wouldn’t you still have a locked groove in your electronic heart?  We know we would!  The best beats of the season are waiting to be discovered in the largest of our five fall previews.

Our cover image is taken from Peter Brown’s The Wild Robot, one of the finest YA books in recent memory.  A sequel, The Wild Robot Escapes, will be published next spring.  For more on Brown and the Wild Robot series, visit his website here.

Rich’s Pick:  Jilk ~ Joy in the End (Project Mooncircle, 1 September)
We’ve waited a long…

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