Scientifically tuned and ancient frequencies are employed to promote ease, rest and relaxation
Acoustic instruments like piano and hand pan gently call the soul to dream land
Subtle Binaural Beat Frequencies create an immersive soundtrack for Lucid Dreaming
Open the heart and melt the barriers between waking and dreaming states.
Michael’s YouTube channel has many long-form sleep music pieces for all night sleep.
There you can find sonic lullabies that drift off into to silence and a black screen to help you fall asleep.
Sleep and Dream Music Albums
Michael has produced two full length all night listening albums. Each album runs for about eight hours in length to be played by your bedside.
The Dream Cycles
This eight and a half-hour long album contains a carefully crafted mix of musical tones, binaural beats (for headphone listeners) tuned to aid sleep, long periods of silence or barely audible soundscapes to aid in the cycles of deep sleep, an extended session during the third phase of sleep to guide in lucid dreaming, and a gently unfolding piece of music on the piano that emerges slowly from the lucid dream suite like a mirage to welcome you into the Hypnopompic state of shifting towards waking consciousness.
Michael has performed several all-night Sleep and Dream concerts at studios, lofts, venues, and online streams since 2016. These concerts are in the lineage of Terry Riley and Robert Rich.
As a concert experience these durational soundscape performances last from night until early the next morning. These sleep concerts are an immersive, supportive sonic environment. A gentle sea of ambient field recordings and soft tones unfold over an evolving eight-hour concert.
Themes of rebirth, Bardo states, stillness, the liminal space between sleeping-waking-dreaming-listening, processed environmental sounds and the edges of audibility are explored during these concerts.
Sleep Concert at fidget March, 2016 (Philadelphia, US). Photo by Megan Bridge.