Taking one small step towards a regenerative state of auditory delight... with Asura and 1 Giant Leap.
Searching for answers in the nearest faraway place; new music from Andrew Muecke, Gert Emmens and Slate.
Salty truths under sodium lights, from Richard Barbieri, Stephan Micus, David Sylvian and Slow Dancing Society.
First turn of a stone hitherto unturned: new ambient from the UK and Japan, from Bob Holroyd and Juta Takahashi.
A numerically-themed outing, with Tangerine Dream, Mirachet, State Changes According to a Wind and Ensemble Integrales.
Making tracks to a deeper silence, featuring "Wolf Moon", the new album from Dan Pound.
Gilded chaos amidst tranquil seas, with John Duval, Palancar and Lucette Bourdan.
Geometric circularity amidst the blue stones, with musical delineations from Tripswitch, Solar Fields and Bluetech.
Another decade draws to a close... to the tune of Atticus Ross, Side Liner, Jaytech, Oceanlab and others of that ilk.
Sleeping but not dreaming, with All India Radio, Dave Preston, Swartz and Darshan Ambient.
Carbon Based Lifeforms, Harold Budd, Matthew Davidson, Dan Pound, Byron Metcalf, Steve Roach and Dashmesh Khalsa make silence go a long way.
Wild thing from a distant star; new music from Rudy Adrian, Dan Pound and Slate.
First encounter with a forbidden planet, featuring Forenzics, Cluster, Zilverhill and Resonant Drift.
Silent fragments of smoke and noise, showcasing new and upcoming releases from All India Radio, Olifaunt and Amongst Myselves.
The Department of Homeland Insecurity... with Laurie Anderson, Cocteau Twins, Boxharp, Lisa Gerrard and Goldfrapp.
Middle Eastern flavours from Arabia to Al-Andalus, with Sister Marie Keyrouz, Bob Holroyd and Vox... and showcasing "Provenance", the new pan-cultural meisterwerk of Israeli cellist Maya Beiser.
Silent running to a moment in space... with sounds from Makyo, Dreamhub, Hallucinogen, Shulman and an assembled host.
Meteoric appearances in dark, silent places; new and re-mastered music by Deborah Martin, Vidna Obmana, Christopher Loucks, Dave Preston and Paul Avgerinos.
Sailing from Byzantium to Babylon; new solo and collaborative releases from sometime Dead Can Dancers Brendan Perry and Lisa Gerrard.
A diversion through Hindustan; four traditional ragas from northern India, by Suns of Arqa, leavened with Himalayan inspired soundworks by David Parsons.
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