The Final Episode: Nightscaping Radio on Stillstream.fm - 3/4/2015

This week (3/4) is the final show for Nightscaping Radio, and for this special extra-long "With A Little Help From My Friends" edition I’ll be paying tribute specifically to the various artists I’ve gotten to know over the years

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Posted by Igneous Flame on March 3, 2015 at 5:00am 3 Comments

‘Opaline’ and ‘IRIS’ new Igneous Flame dual album release

'Opaline' and 'IRIS' arose out of the same pool of material. On completion of the project, I realised that there was a distinction between the tracks that featured sections of percussion and 'formal' instrumentation, interspersed with more abstract tonal textures and those that were more continuous and beat-less. Hence the two separate albums.'








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https://igneousflame.wordpress.com/2015/03/03/opaline-and-iris-dual-album-release/

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https://igneousflame.bandcamp.com/album/opaline

Divinations Review and Album Feature

Posted by eyes cast down on March 2, 2015 at 10:07pm 0 Comments

Much gratitude to John Shanahan (Hypnagogue) for his enthusiastic review of my Divinations album, and to Brian at Our Place Radio for featuring the album on Feb. 25. Reaching such kindred spirits makes releasing the music all the more rewarding!

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DeepWarmth - Nature 2 (Ambient, Drone, Techno)

Posted by James Shain on March 2, 2015 at 3:30pm 0 Comments

Edit from John K-N - I can't get embeds to work at the moment - apologies to James! - click here:

http://runonrecordings.bandcamp.com/album/nature-2

The first of 3 Cd releases of 2015 is coming out this Monday. Being released by Run On Recordings as a limited 100 copy Cd run + Digital, Nature 2 continues the Nature series with more Drones melded with beatwork. This time around 3 of the tracks have a more upbeat techno-ish beat to them, while still focusing on the Ambient sounds and ending with 2 very Ambient leaning tracks. The official post for the album includes a preview mix of the 5 tracks. This is a series that I'm quite proud of. That I could take an experiment and actually create more in the style when I thought I never would again.

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The Final Episode: Nightscaping Radio on Stillstream.fm - 3/4/2015

Posted by Har on March 2, 2015 at 8:00am 3 Comments

This week (3/4) is the final show for Nightscaping Radio, and for this special extra-long "With A Little Help From My Friends" edition I’ll be paying tribute specifically to the various artists I’ve gotten to know over the years, and will be playing tracks by (in alphabetical order!): Altocumulus, Altus, Broken Harbour, Caul, Chad Kettering, Claire Fitch, Cousin Silas, Dave Luxton, Desert Mystic, Emerald Adrift, Eyes Cast Down, Ivilion, Jason Sloan, Jeff Duke, Joe McMahon, Juan R Leon, Kevin Haller (R.I.P.), Lily Pond Orchestra (R.I.P.), Metlay!, Michelle Cross & Joe Frawley, Mirada, Nathan Youngblood, Numina, Palancar, Phillip Wilkerson, Pixyblink & Disturbed Earth, Pyne, Radharc, RK Martin, Robojam, Sickle, Stephen Briggs, Steve Rose, Tange, The Elysium Facade, The Tunnel Singer, and usr/sbin.

And of course, my deepest thanks goes out to all the listeners who’ve stuck with me through all these years! :)

The show starts a little earlier than usual at 6:45PM and will run to about 10:00PM Eastern. Do stop by, won’t you? :)

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two new ambient excerpts, one dark, one light

Posted by Scott Lawlor on March 1, 2015 at 6:29pm 0 Comments

Hello. Here are a couple of new excerpts of long form tracks that will probably be released later this year, a lesson in opposites so-to-speak. http://soundcloud.com/sklawlor/ethereal-ambience
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