Marc Dall

Watch/Read/Travel: Marc Dall (Dalhous)

"Cronenberg's film based on the novel is equally lurid and provocative, but I find the film a lot funnier, it has a mischievous sense of humour that wasn't as visible in the book. Still, the novel is a haunting vision of the future we're currently living."

Benjamin Finger

Benjamin Finger: I’m trying to combine hip-hop, techno and pop elements in a very conservative genre that I think many tend to think ambient music is

Norway's Benjamin Finger was educated at Oslo Photo Art School before he started to study fiction film to become a director at the Film and TV Academy (NISS) in Oslo. Since then he has done several short films, music videos and participated at various photo exhibitions, besides working for television, NRK. He is now a freelancer director and photographer and have by accident been composing music 'with a healthy disregard for genres'.

Vladislav Delay

Watch/Read/Travel: Vladislav Delay

"I'm totally drawn to that landscape where nothing much grows anymore, it's just rocks and sea. Whatever else is there it really is there for a reason and because of serious resistance and strength. There's very little nonsense there, which I truly appreciate."

Ben Vida

Ben Vida: My intention was to make an electronic music record that was focused on rhythm but where the rhythms were always failing

Ben Vida is a Brooklyn-based artist and composer who mainly works with electronic compositions that utilize analog and digital synthesizing technologies, with a focus on aural phenomena and sound localization. Just recently released on Shelter Press, his latest LP 'Slipping Control' was originally composed to act as a score, a sound piece and as raw data for electronic control source. We talked to Ben about his unusual rhythmic patterns and his interests in experimental music, which he also illustrates with a rather unconventional mix especially composed for Sounds Of A Tired City.

Ikebana: When You Arrive There

Page #19. IKEBANA – When You Arrive There

Japanese female duo IKEBANA consists of two very gifted female artists, Maki and En. Technically speaking, there is not much going on on 'When You Arrive There', but at the same time this is what makes it so brilliant – what these women can achieve with the help of two guitars and their own voices is simply mesmerising. Genuinely effortless yet awe-inspiring, emphasizing form and balance.

Jessica Bailiff

Watch/Read/Travel: Jessica Bailiff

"The view was gorgeous and surreal: the water and sky were perfect blues, the springtime-green grass was dotted with dandelions, and the cliffs [...] were glowing white. The sun warmed us as the wind cleansed our spirits, after a very trying and somewhat unsuccessful venture on the continent."

Julia Kent

Julia Kent: I am working increasingly with electronic sounds and I think that would be where I would turn if the cello suddenly vanished

Julia Kent is a Vancouver-born, New York City-based cellist and composer. She has written music for film, theatre, and dance, has released three solo records, and has toured throughout North America and Europe. Her most recent solo record 'Character' was released by The Leaf Label last year. We've talked to Julia about the beginnings, the long way that eventually lead to finding her own individual voice, influences and inspirations, Paolo Sorrentino, the seductive Italy and her future plans.

Ben Woods: Moments

Page #18. Ben Woods – Moments

Ben Woods' 'Moments' might (should!) be one of the most memorable ambient albums of the last decade. It's a collection of carefully selected moments, each piece is embodied in the strength of being able to accompany you during various activities like strolling in the meadows when the days begin to chill, reading on the sofa under your favourite blanket with a cup of piping hot chai, or making sweet love in the profound darkness of your eternal space.

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Watch/Read/Travel: Félicia Atkinson/Je Suis Le Petit Chevalier Indian Summer Picks

While spending the summer between the French Alps (where she lives now) and on tour in West Canada and the Pacific Northwest, this is what Félicia enjoyed reading, listening and watching the most.

Dragon Turtle

Talent Bazaar: Dragon Turtle

When you listen to a certain band for the very first time – especially when they are practically unknown to the ears around the world – you have no expectations. Once you start listening to Dragon Turtle, you feel it immediately that you're going to be surprised, instantly getting all your hopes and expectations extremely high. And that is how it should be, because they continuously deliver immense quality, post-rock, shoegaze and ambient never went so perfectly hand in hand.

Zèbra - The Black And White Album

Page #17. Zèbra – The Black And White Album

Zèbra is one of the numerous aliases that Frans de Waard and Roel Meelkop used to produce a the most surprising mixture of IDM, techno and... disco music! The Dutch duo called this refreshing shake 'meltpop'. After releasing such heavy sounds as Goem and Kapotte Muziek, 'The Black And White Album' reveals a heartwarmingly healthy sense of humour. While not exactly taking themselves seriously, Zèbra masterfully poises between dance, disco, funk and noise, techno, glitch – resulting in an organic whole, definitely colourful instead of black and white.

Sounds Of A Tired City #16: Constellation Tatsu

Sounds Of A Tired City #16: Constellation Tatsu

Learn about the history of the Constellation Tatsu and listen to a special mix prepared by the man behind the label – Steven Ramsey – containing some of his favourite tracks from the past and present.

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Constellation Tatsu: Steven Ramsey

Constellation Tatsu is an extremely young and relatively small independent label from Oakland, California. The man behind this exquisite collection of quiescent ambience is Steven Ramsey. During these two years, since the birth of Constellation Tatsu he thoughtfully managed to gather Celer, Hakobune, Cankun, Jefre Cantu-Ledesma, White Poppy, Motion Sickness Of Time Travel and Jonas Reinhardt under the same roof.

Hauschka

Hauschka: Pianos are obstacles that help me find more answers and new ways of finding new sounds

Volker Bertelmann aka Hauschka's name had become one with the dynamic and playful phenomena of the prepared piano. Once living its life as a classical instrument, Hauschka's plaything is ever rejuvenating, each time resurrecting as a different creature with pristine sounds bursting out from its surprised strings.

Dos Tracks - :)

Page #16. DOS Tracks – :)

Uwe Schmidt (Atom™) has (at least) 70 different aliases. Even if you try really hard, most probably you won't be able to check them all out. DOS Tracks is one of these obscure aliases, and no matter how irrelevant it might seem in the sumptuous discography, this austere album title leads the way to a time machine, which is going to take you straight back to a tender age.

Sounds Of A Tired City #15: Memory Drawings

Sounds Of A Tired City #15: Memory Drawings

Listen to a special compilation of influences made by Joel Hanson and Richard Adams. After all, this might be the perfect place to find out more about Memory Drawings.

Memory Drawings

Memory Drawings: Being open to abandoning your original idea in favor of the new one is the key to successful collaborative composition

Memory Drawings are not your usual musicians who spend long months together, experimenting with endless possibilities and each other's nerves. Besides some guest musicians every now and then, the Anglo-American group consists of Richard Adams, Joel Hanson and Sarah Kemp. Despite being at least at three different places at the same time, the members of Memory Drawings have a remarkable pace of creativity. Today we are celebrating the release of their second feature album, 'There Is No Perfect Place' – this time on Hibernate Recordings.

36

36: People see a lot of ambient music as something to help them sleep, but I’m trying my hardest to keep them awake

36 is the experimental (mainly) ambient project of Dennis Huddleston from the United Kingdom. Since 2008, the focus for the project has been to develop warm, hugely emotive loop-based compositions, with particular emphasis on melody and melancholic atmosphere. Dennis has his own label 3six Recordings, which serves as the perfect platform to publish his self-released works. It takes a tremendous amount of effort and talent to manage a project like this all alone, but Dennis seems to be extremely self-conscious and determined enough to overcome any obstacles and just let his music speak for itself.

Preservation: Circa Now

Sounds Of A Tired City #14: Preservation

90 minutes of lush bliss coming from artists featured on Preservation’s limited edition Circa series – Dusted Lux, Matthew Barlow, Olan Mill, Seaworthy, Panabrite, Mirror To Mirror and much more. Warmly welcome!

Andrew Khedoori

Preservation: Andrew Khedoori

For many of us, Australia might seem to be extremely far off, exotic and almost unreachable. Obviously, it has a great deal of specialities to offer, nature and adventure at its best – plus they have Andrew Khedoori as well. Andrew is the founder of Preservation, a record label based in Sydney since 2001, releasing suave melodies from all around the world. While making the whole planet a timeless, little cozy place, where distances don't really matter anymore, he took his time to talk to Sounds Of A Tired City about the importance of design, their vision and concept and he also prepared an extraordinary mix.

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Talent Bazaar: KLØP

Among the 1.4 million releases on Bandcamp there is a modest but mighty fine self-released ambient drone debut album, which you most probably have never listened to. Until now. 'To Mould The Deceiver’s Song' by KLØP was released last winter, and it’s time to discover who is hiding behind this rather funny sounding name, producing some seriously heavy psychedelic drones, which resonate like a perfect mixture between Tim Hecker and Windy & Carl.

nsi. - Non Standard Institute Plays Non Standards

Page #15. nsi. – Non Standard Institute Plays Non Standards

This non standard project of Tobias Freund and Max Loderbauer – whose name you are already familiar with because of their other music projects –, nsi. might be one of the most underrated projects ever that was featured on the nowadays rather moribund Finnish Sähkö Recordings. Up until this record, both Freund and Loderbauer have been actively involved in the techno scene, so this release is not only a spruce endeavour into something more clean, more minimal, but also a revolutionary yet simple way to sonic catharsis.

Frank Bretschneider

Frank Bretschneider: When I started making music, I just wanted to explore and see what I can do. Today I only want to make music.

Between 14-27 July, EMS based in Stockholm, Sweden hosted Frank Bretschneider as a resident artist, who was eager to submerge into the legendary Buchla and Serge modular synthesizers. On this occasion, we've talked to the co-founder of Raster-Noton to find out more about what is so special about these machines, his current plans to shift from digital towards analog directions, why computer sounds made such a big impression on him when he was younger, and strolling down memory lane he also shares his experiences with mono turning to stereo, raising the question what else is out there which could make such an enormous difference within the limits of perceptible sound.

Steinbrüchel - Stage

Page #14. Steinbrüchel – Stage

Originally composed for a dance performance, Ralph Steinbrüchel's second album on LINE never got the attention that would have deserved – therefore it's time for reevaluation. Since Steinbrüchel works both as a musician and a graphic designer, not only his sonic structures and textures are carefully composed, but the cover also speaks for itself. Working with electronic compositions, yet going back to our organic nature is an extremely well executed dichotomy.

Peter Broderick

Peter Broderick: I would love to score a film by Miranda July

Sounds Of A Tired City gives Greg Gives Peter Space space (yes, you read that right) once again. After talking to Greg Haines, now it's time to meet the playful brain and voice of the project: Peter Broderick. We asked Peter about his impressions on their recent tour, returning to the USA after living quite a few years in Europe, film and photography, and last but not least: poetry. He also shares one of his special poems with us, which has not been featured in any of his songs – yet!

Greg Haines

Greg Haines: For some reason it’s not “cool” to talk about reggae, but everyone wants to talk about dub

Greg Haines uses a wide range of classical instruments, sometimes focusing more on ambient drones, other times on the piano. His last album, ‘Where We Were’ was different in every way: not only he had done most of the composing and recording alone, but he had also shifted from neo-classical ambient towards beat-driven experimental dub music – which is something that unfolded even more in his latest collaboration project with Peter Broderick: Greg Gives Peter Space.

Bersarin Quartett - Bersarin Quartett

Page #13. Bersarin Quartett – Bersarin Quartett

Apparently you do not need four people to make up a quartet but still sound like one, Thomas Bücker has already proven to us twice. Although promoted as "imaginary film scores for fans of Sigur Rós and The Cinematic Orchestra", we would modestly beg to remark that it's definitely better than both.

Edith Progue

Edith Progue: due to the fact that Paris is noisy and very crowded, I have been forced to create some kind of a cocoon

There are so many artists who release one brilliant album and then you never hear from them anymore. Edith Progue is definitely one of them. Timeline' was released eight years ago on Mille Plateaux, but listeners who have been actively following the modern classical and glitch scene are still revisiting it quite frequently, elevating it to immortality. After all these years, we were wondering what Edith Progue is up to nowadays, and he was kind enough to share with us the reason why the second album is delayed so much.

Sounds Of A Tired City #13: James Conduit

Sounds Of A Tired City #13: James Conduit

Exciting experimental techno set featuring artists such as Lee Gamble, Marina Rosenfeld, Terrence Dixon, Mike Parker and Black Dice. "I’m not a DJ, so I just trainwrecked some tracks I’ve been listening to lately. Hopefully it shows a bit where I’m coming from. There’s some raw techno, some dubby suff, and beatless ambience, old and new. If these songs have a unifying element it’s the unique way they address the spatial."

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James Conduit: I prefer the club to the classroom, it feels more like the arty punk mess I grew up on

In former lives spent with School of Seven Bells and Bear In Heaven, as well as under the solo-moniker Ateleia, James Elliott has explored the threshold of avant pop and minimalist, neo-psychedelia. With Conduit however, Elliott takes an unsavory and insoluble turn for the worst. Simply put, James Conduit is not in the mood for love. There’s no room on the vessel for sentimentality – merely a glass overfilled with primordial destitution and a mischievous grin.

Motion Sickness Of Time Travel & Nova Scotian Arms

Page #12. Motion Sickness Of Time Travel / Nova Scotian Arms – Slow Architecture

Motion Sickness Of Time Travel is probably one of the most descriptive and awe-inspiring artist names in the world of ambient music. However, feels a bit discrepant to believe that Rachel and Grant Evans' music belongs to our world, since the best way to describe it is 'otherworldly'. So is the cover made by Grant himself, with a strong dystopian touch and full of tiny details to explore, reminding us of all the sci-fi books we should have read and all the films we should have watched.

Serein

Serein / Huw Roberts: You can’t guess what’s next

Serein is an archaic word meaning 'the supposed fall of dew from a clear sky right after sunset'. However, nowadays we identify this delicate dew as Huw Robert's exceptional record label based in Wales. Huw – the heart, brain and ear of Serein – shared some thoughts with Sounds Of A Tired City regarding his artistic background and genuine love towards music and creativity.

Dag Rosenqvist: Sounds Of A Tired City #12

Sounds Of A Tired City #12: Dag Rosenqvist

"For the mix I’m presenting here I have just chosen some artists that I like and that I think people should listen more to, that’s basically it. Some of the tracks are kind of raw, some of them are calmer. They are all uncompromising in their own way, and they are all very good. If you like this music, check it out. Buy the records, support the artists. If you don’t like it well, then you don’t, and that’s okay too."

Dag Rosenqvist

Dag Rosenqvist: It was my way of dealing and not dealing with the fact that my life had been taken away from me in an instant

In our interview Dag unfolds why his latest album turned out to be even more personal than the others, tells us about his special relationship with books and explains why you should watch more films by Gaspar Noé and Harmony Korine. He also prepared a non-conventional mixtape featuring artists such as Dead Letters Spell Out Dead Words, Gnaw Their Tongues, Nekrasov and Khanate, which will make his own music seem to be sweet lullaby compared to the tracks he has chosen for this compilation. This is what you should start your week with.

Greg Haines: Moments Eluding

Page #11. Greg Haines – Moments Eluding

You don't always have a cat posing on a piano as a contemporary classical album cover, but when you do it's Greg Haines. Gracefully captured by Peter Broderick, the black creature seems to be all set to embrace the absorbing tinkle of this beautiful instrument. Are you?

Pleq - Sounds Of A Tired City #11

Sounds Of A Tired City #11: Pleq

Pleq aka Bartosz Dziadosz, the prolific Polish musician is the knight of collaborations and remixes. Besides focusing on his own music – ambient glitch soaked in melancholy – he also curates the Moscow-based Dronarivm label. For the readers and listeners of Sounds Of A Tired City he prepared a special mixtape featuring some personal unreleased material, also plenty of Miasmah, Sonic Pieces and Dronarivm releases.

White Poppy

White Poppy: Experimental music doesn’t go over so well at an Irish themed pub on St. Patrick’s Day

Introducing Crystal Dorval is actually not as easy as it seems. She's an experimental multimedia artist from British Columbia, Canada. Crystal makes music as White Poppy, manages a mental wellness blog called Sanity Soap, creates live projections and music videos, performs around the world, fights her demons, takes good care of her fans on Facebook, and apparently sleeps a lot. Let her tell us about the rest.

Vladislav Delay: Tummaa

Page #10. Vladislav Delay – Tummaa

We cannot be exactly sure what is happening on the cover picture, but the Helsinki-based illustrator and costume designer, Kaisa Kemikoski could probably help us out with an explanation. What is for certain, however, is that Sasu Ripatti's abstract jazz infusion from five years ago is one of a kind in his discography.

cétieu

Sounds Of A Tired City #10: cétieu

'A draft of this mix has been prepared as means of preparation to a live performance, so apart from a track by my colleague, De Form, it solely contains my own music. Part of presented tracks hasn’t been previously released, and to those already released I added a lot of new, completely different field recordings to spice things up a bit, since they are rather minimalistic in their original form. I hope that it’s going to be an enjoyable ride.'

Tekla Mrozowicka

Tekla Mrozowicka: My music has to be a reflection of my emotions, otherwise it would be an empty shell, no matter how technically impeccable

'My experiments bashfully began in 2011 and it all started out with ambient. However, the technical aspects of recording quickly put me off, I didn’t understand a thing from all these programs. I took part in production workshops where I was surrounded by advanced users, so I learned a thing or two by looking at my colleagues’ work, but what I really realized back then, is that I simply have to be really persistent.'

Leslie Stevens: Private Property

Watch/Read/Travel: Kyle Bobby Dunn

"Sure I want to see more northern Canada and Quebec and of course see Poland or Europe at some point and always said I might die happy on a beach in the French Riviera with a good bottle of vino and a strong sense of finality,.."

AOKI Takamasa - Private Party

Page #9. AOKI Takamasa – Private Party

AOKI Takamasa became extremely popular more or less a year ago, after his RV8 release on Raster-Noton. But there has been an era when the Japanese experimental artist used to have a less sophisticated soundscape, concentrating more on rhythms and grooves, producing playful, danceable music. Going back 6 years, we got this super relaxed snapshot with Takatoum – not your usual cover girl but so much cooler, making us crave even more for a hot summer day.

Sounds Of A Tired City #9: Olan Mill

Sounds Of A Tired City #9: Olan Mill

Olan Mill is positively one of the most outstanding modern classical ambient drone projects of our decade. Depending on your current mood, Alex Smalley (also half of Pausal, together with Simon Bainton) constantly manages to lift you up to inconceivable heights or push you down to hitherto non-existent depths. For your listening pleasure, this time he has compiled something different than what you might actually expect.

Sounds Of A Tired City #8: Mark Kuykendall

Sounds Of A Tired City #8: Mark Kuykendall

"When I entered high school, I didn’t want anyone to know that I could play polka music so I begged my family for a guitar. I began taking guitar lessons and enjoyed them immensely. Something inside wanted to experiment more and so I got my first drum kit. I taught myself the drums and I was able to start putting rhythm tracks to home records. Later I began collecting analog synthesizers and recording devices. All of this was highly encouraged by my grandmother and my own parents. They helped support me in any new musical direction I began to drift in."

Mark Kuykendall

Mark Kuykendall: The recreation of feelings of atmosphere and space is what I am after, to reconstruct a lost memory

Mark Kuykendall is an Oklahoman artist who is involved more or less in everything that has to do with audio-visual arts: recording and producing music, mastering and engineering, sound for films and commercials, cover design, drawing, painting, directing videos and he can even use his own voice as an instrument if needed. We talked about his musical roots, constant inspiration and the virtue of running one's own label. We also reveal that Tulsa might not be such a grim place as you would think.

Sounds Of A Tired City #7: Hibernate Records

Sounds Of A Tired City #7: Hibernate Recordings

Founded in 2009 by Jonathan Lees, Hibernate Recordings takes you to the melancholic Northern English countryside. The label celebrates its 5th birthday in August, complemented with the presence and perseverant work of the multi-talented Katie English, Ian M Hazeldine and Harry Towell. 'Inspired by the unpredictable, momentary and quiet solitary beauty of the Pennine moors', their assiduous efforts result in one of the most exciting ambient labels out there as of now. Jonathan, the brain and heart of Hibernation prepared a special mix, featuring some of his favourite tracks released on his own label.

Hibernate Recordings

Hibernate Recordings: Jonathan Lees

"A few years before I started the label I bought a CDr release from a Swedish label, it came in a fat plastic case with a small print and a white top CDr with no print. The CDr was actually blank and when I emailed the label about it, they laughed and promised to send another, it never came. This fuelled me to kick start Hibernate and to try and make something that people who buy it will appreciate it."

Between - Between

Page #8. Between – Between

A collaborative live recording from Kyoto involving Taylor Deupree (synth, bells, scrapes), Illuha (Tomoyoshi Date - cassettes, percussion, Corey Fuller - rhodes, guitar), Simon Scott of Slowdive (voice, thumb piano), and Marcus Fischer with his Fuji X-Pro1, lap harp and cassettes.

Fantastic Planet

Watch/Read/Travel: Brambles

"I am currently focusing on the topics of neuroscience, gender theory and peak oil. But, what I really enjoy is the escapism of a simply written novel, involving an average person who finds themselves in some sort of obscure or magical land."

Students Of Decay

Students Of Decay: Alex Cobb

Students Of Decay is a record label founded and curated by Alex Cobb, based in San Diego, California. Since 2005 it became the home of various drone, ambient, improvisational releases, representing artists such as Natural Snow Buildings, Fabio Orsi, Pausal, Jefre Cantu-Ledesma, Kyle Bobby Dunn and one of the most exciting projects at this time, Secret Pyramid. Alex told us everything that you need to know about Students Of Decay.

Sounds Of A Tired City #6: Benoît Pioulard

Sounds Of A Tired City #6: Benoît Pioulard

"I’ve realized that even early on, the music that appealed most to me contained both a lot of melody and a lot of texture. When one combines clean recordings with processed and altered things (as on tape) I’ve always found the result to be really rich & unique. The attraction is something innate and comforting, as mentioned before. I love that it seems at once permanent when something has been recorded, even though rationally I know that all physical formats will decay."

Benoît Pioulard

Benoît Pioulard: The attraction is something innate and comforting

The singer-songwriter Thomas Meluch, better known as Benoît Pioulard masterfully combines dreamy pop and folk music with the most gentle ambient sounds and his own voice. In our interview, Benoît unfolds the story of his love for lo-fi compositions, finding peace in a cosmopolitan city like Seattle and the possibility of a new album coming soon... very soon!

Lawrence English: The Peregrine

Page #7. Lawrence English – The Peregrine

“I have always longed to be part of the outward life, to be out there at the edge of things, to let the human taint wash away in emptiness and silence as the fox sloughs his smell into the cold unworldliness of water; to return to town a stranger. Wandering flushes a glory that fades with arrival.”

Sounds Of A Tired City #5: Oiseaux-Tempête

Sounds Of A Tired City #5: Oiseaux-Tempête

"These are some of our favorite songs at the moment, with a minimal, electronic or quiet approach. We selected the songs together with Fred, then he did the mix, crossfades and additional sound archives, this is his thing. It gives a kind of coherence to the whole, creates a kind of pattern. I hope you will all like it!"

Oiseaux-Tempete

Oiseaux-Tempête: First it was a big improvisation session and the magic was there instantly. Really.

Oiseaux-Tempête is an instrumental free rock trio from Paris, consisting of Frédéric D. Oberland, Stéphane Pigneul and Ben McConnell. Their self-titled debut album recently has been released on the Brussels-based Sub Rosa label, accompanied by a highly intriguing glitch-minimal-ambient remix version of the original tracks. Frédéric and Stéphane spoke to us about what brings ambient and rock music together, and how art should wake us up and enable us to create ourselves a better place to live in.

Christoph Berg - Travel

Watch/Read/Travel: Christoph Berg / Field Rotation

"And with its timelessness it comes to my mind every now and again picturing the omnipresent conflict of beneficial and destructive effects of science and knowledge, their control, the seamless transition between force, conscience and madness – especially when all these conflicts converge."

Sounds Of A Tired City #4: René Margraff

Sounds Of A Tired City #4: René Margraff

"I guess this is quite a good representation of what I usually listen to, although I tried to keep it within a certain zone for the sake of flow. I also did not include too many new artists as I tend to not focus on that too much, although I am quite impressed with a few releases of 2014 already, e.g. Brett Naucke’s ‘Seed’ or Christopher Bissonnette’s ‘Essays in Idleness’."

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René Margraff: Bitching about Berlin seems to be such a ‘must-do’. I love to skip it

At first glance, you might think that René Margraff is new to the ambient drone scene, but if I mention Pillowdiver or Two People In A Room, you will most probably have your eureka moment. The German producer released his first album under his own name in March, so this was more than a good excuse to talk a bit about his latest projects, the evanescence of Berlin and some of his favourite records this year.

Rameses III – I Could Not Love You More

Page #6. Rameses III – I Could Not Love You More

It all happened quietly. After 10 years of enchanting bucolic ambient folk hymns, the Rameses III trio - consisting of Daniel Freeman, Spencer Grady and Stephen Lewis - are on hold for now. Let's remember them by revisiting their last album, 'I Could Not Love You More'.

Andrei Tarkovsky: Stalker

Watch/Read/Travel: Grischa Lichtenberger

"Open two fireproof steel doors and find yourself on a street inside the building where all the supplies for the faculties are stored. It’s one of the most peaceful places in the world. Only the sounds of buzzing neons and rumbling heat tubes…"

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