Schon wieder verstrichen ist der dritte Monat des Jahres, und mehr als im Februar fällt es schwer, die letzten Wochen in Worte zu fassen, deren Intensität für weit mehr Zeit gereicht hätte. Gern würde ich darüber schreiben, wie die Bäume vor den Bürofenstern langsam grüner werden, erste Blüten zeigen. Wie es morgens heller und milder auf dem Weg zur Arbeit ist, wie es wieder Spaß macht, mit dem Rad durch
Soundtrack: Opale – ‚Sleepless‘ Capturing the quiet mood of empty train stations long past midnight. A strange perception of restlessness and loneliness.
Well not reboot, in a literal understanding. But also not a „relaunch“ as changes that happened here are as superficial as a theme switch can eventually be. Maybe this, however, will make this page end up being a bit more inspiring again… Soundtrack: Low Entropy – „Drone 1“. Not all of it, though, as I’m not completely done listening, for obvious reasons… 😉
Soundtrack: Solifugae – „Luna Facie“ (dark / space ambient released via Organic Acoustic netlabel). Inspired partly by a longer chat on machinery becoming „obsolete“ and outdated in cycles ever faster, and partly by Curiosity starting its Mars mission which is likely to be a one-way trip. Ultimately, this device is likely to explore Mars surface, but then and now, sooner or later, its mission will end, leaving Curiosity just a
Soundtrack: Reverse Projection – ‚mist‘. Old machinery close-up.
Soundtrack: Forgotten Backyard – „l’aube“ (off the „de poussière rouge“ EP released via ambientaria). Like distant dreaming, in some way. All along the lines, a short note on why recently I keep on posting music which is either netlabel or creative-commons based. There are two reasons to do so: On one side, I want to support music which is beyond the „mainstream“ in any possible way, and a lot of
Soundtrack: Forge Of Clouds – „ten“ (off their incredible, self-titled debut album), somehow in my opinion fitting the mood of this one, not sure why.
Definite soundtrack: Omega Massif – „In der Mine“. Not much to say about this, except for that this kind of music goes along at least as well as darker electronics with such imagery.