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Thomas Park- Our Skies Radio New [Treetrunk 307]

These pieces were not composed, strictly speaking, by human hands, but rather were generated from natural phenomena. Data from my surroundings was expressed through various systems, and this became the music. I believe now, as I did then, that patterns exist in nature that are as pleasing to the senses as music.

Our Skies Radio New at Archive.org.

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Christian Doil- Zeit [treetrunk 306]

“hourglass, stopwatch, cuckoo clock, grandfather clock, kirchturmuhr, wrist watch – time is running out, is won, lost, gives us structure, frame, beautiful and less beautiful moments – in short time structured our entire life. as a child my uncle has impressed me the old grandfather clock. dark wood, twice as tall as I am, with a deep sound. mystical, fabulous, almost with its own soul. their voluminous proposals form the frame of the album in the form of introduction, between tee and graduation. also bell sounds awaken in me magical and romantic connotations creepy feelings, by between moments of deep silence. from my balcony of the church of st. stephan in Mainz-Gonsenheim the atmosphere and has therefore found a special place on the album. as well as the sounds of Mainz doms. Another audio materials I got from watches departments of department stores and watch stores specialized and by the elapsing, sand shots.”– Christian Doil, 2014

Zeit at Archive.org

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Tamayurakurage vs. Emerge- Meltdown [treetrunk 308]

Dedicated to all the people in Fukushima.

Meltdown at Archive.org

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Scott Lawlor, EugeneKha and Mister Vapor- Three Moons [treetrunk 305]

Imagine yourself taking a trip around the Solar System’s largest planet, surveying the topography of each of three of its amazing moons.

Three Moons at Archive.org.

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Mystified and Daniel Barbiero- Numinous Transmissions [treetrunk 304]

Exploring sounds and ideas of the sacred using Daniel Barbiero’s double bass and Mystified’s sounds and mixing. Some sounds by Daniel Barbiero, and special thanks also to Shane Morris for the use of 2 of his field recordings.

Numinous Transmissions at Archive.org

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