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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
Epoch : the time has finally changed. The future is around the corner, and will provide us with new challenges. From the beginning, nothing was like it is today and the future won't be either. We can only mind how our present and past has been, but can't imagine how the future will be. It's like a secret, but things we believe are not possible or were known to never happen may sometime slightly different in the future. This is what I'm defining as the future, something we cannot rule, and predict, but we can open our mind for dealing with things we currently believe impossible, and make us ready for a thrilling challenge, this is the real life.
When I made this recording, I imagined the future as something great, a new way. Just as the image of futuristic domes, rocket science and robotic humans has changed the everyday life through the last hundred years, like the top notch sci-fi movies. The sounding of fusion engines, hovering ships are mixed together with the atmosphere of deep love, enigmatic peace and the echoes from our ability of scaring, rooted from our primitive age when we dealt with hunting and deal with god's earth.
There is a big transition ongoing in my life as I graduated from the upper secondary school, and "thrown into" an "new world" where I'm free to make my decisions. It's like being in another world, in the future, with the sci-fi metaphor as a description of the freedom of evolving spiritually and socially in a new context, where I decide the rules on adult conditions. No more homework in school subjects, but now I have to deal with real challenges, in work, with money and can choose my subjects freely.
It's a new epoch. It's the sound of coming into the future, which is really exciting, but the challenges of the future can't be predicted.