Hello everyone, I hope you’re doing well wherever you are. I wanted to
thank everyone who tuned into the overnight sleep concert stream on YouTube. There was a great article by the insightful writer Shaun Brady in the Philadelphia Inquirer that talks about Echozoo and the threads that connect Meditative Soundscapes.
Hello. I’ve got a new album out today. Scroll down for some free download codes for the first 100 people that redeem them! Also, I’ll be doing an online (of course) SLEEP STREAM concert on my YouTube Channel this Saturday night.
Welcome to Samatha, a new album of gently unfolding waves of sounds. This simple suite contains over 2.5 hours of long-playing tracks that move slowly with many pauses in sound to make room for your own experience. My hope is that this soothing, relaxing soundscape can bring some level of calm-mindfulness to your experience.
SLEEP STREAM CONCERT
Like many people around the globe, I’ve been struggling with the agitation that comes from relative captivity from the COVID-19 lockdown. That has resulted in some level of insomnia. This Saturday I’ll be going Live on my YouTube Channel. (Thanks by the way to all those that subscribed to get me to 100 subscribers so I can LiveStream!)
As an (online) 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.
This is a great chance for those who always wanted to experience one of my sleep concerts from your own bed 🙂 I’ll start at 9pm EST and go until… I don’t know, several hours at least 😉