Gorgeous ambient and adventurous sounds fill 9128 with A Strangely Isolated Place
Tune in, bliss out, and keep the stream running – and play it with the only live video stream you need, live jellyfish.
“A Strangely Isolated Place” may seem a reference to our present moment, but lovers of electronic music will know this exceptionally tasteful label out of Los Angeles. It’s a perfect example of rich and wonderful Bandcamp pages to get lost in, full of releases from James Bernard to Christian Kleine to 36 and so many more:
It’s running now, through 9pm Sunday (that’s 4am Monday GMT).
Tons of gems are on the schedule, including exclusives (like Benoît Pioulard), live sets (including our friend Proem, whose practice session I heard last night and already sounded terrific), and album premieres from Quiet Places and William Selman (of The Mysteries Of The Deep fame).
Oh yeah, and about those jellyfish – they really do make a perfect visual complement to the music. I wish I had a big beamer, but I can get real close to the screen (mute the sound, obviously).
Thanks to Noncompliant for the tip…
And lots of love to https://www.montereybayaquarium.org/
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