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  1. he Universe is filled with strange and curious things. Made of billions of stars, gas, and dust held together by gravity these objects that span light-years form endless configurations of galactic gems that no two are alike. These tracks were inspired by and named after their documented objects. You are encouraged to click on each track to learn more.
  2. The exploration of the Universe has been a great inspiration for electronic music artists from the beginning of the Space-Age into the present. Aural Films is commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Moon landing with a new on-going series featuring collections by Space Music artists from around the world. Volume 5 continues with a collection of music from American Electronic Music artist, Scott Lawlor.
  3. The exploration of the Universe has been a great inspiration for electronic music artists from the beginning of the Space-Age into the present. Aural Films is commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Moon landing with a new on-going series featuring collections by Space Music artists from around the world. Volume 5 continues with a collection of music from American Electronic Music artist, Scott Lawlor. View full album
  4. Electronic music is created in a social and sometimes even political context. For some time now, my music has been increasingly influenced by the external circumstances of the world we live. In this regard, I would like my work to be understood as an acoustic, musical commentary. Corroded Immunity meets a world in a state of emergency in the context of a biological as well as medical crisis caused by a pandemic. But it is also a observation of how we as a society deal with this threat. Therefore, this album has three parts (or three tracks) that represent different perceived levels of threat. The first piece is a distant, rather global mood caused by the increasing threat of the crisis, the second piece expresses the own restriction or isolation in succession. The last and shortest piece is the immediate outbreak on the spot.
  5. Electronic music is created in a social and sometimes even political context. For some time now, my music has been increasingly influenced by the external circumstances of the world we live. In this regard, I would like my work to be understood as an acoustic, musical commentary. Corroded Immunity meets a world in a state of emergency in the context of a biological as well as medical crisis caused by a pandemic. But it is also a observation of how we as a society deal with this threat. Therefore, this album has three parts (or three tracks) that represent different perceived levels of threat. The first piece is a distant, rather global mood caused by the increasing threat of the crisis, the second piece expresses the own restriction or isolation in succession. The last and shortest piece is the immediate outbreak on the spot. View full album
  6. Artificial was originally released in 2011 as an MP3 collection of 16 tracks produced between 2009 and 2011. What I did not realize at the time was this album began my interest in composing what I now think of as thematic sound paintings between music and noise. What would eventually lead to the creation of a label for this kind of music called Aural Films. EMjoy these re-mastered tracks now available in full 16-bit fidelity.
  7. The tragedy of the bushfires in Australia has touched most people, and the musicians and listeners of RadioSpiral are no exception. We are delighted to offer you a wonderful album with tracks kindly donated so that all the profits from this album can go to helping Australian bushfire relief. Enjoy music from some of your favorite names, discover music by some you may not have heard yet… and benefit an incredibly worthy cause at the same time.
  8. The tragedy of the bushfires in Australia has touched most people, and the musicians and listeners of RadioSpiral are no exception. We are delighted to offer you a wonderful album with tracks kindly donated so that all the profits from this album can go to helping Australian bushfire relief. Enjoy music from some of your favorite names, discover music by some you may not have heard yet… and benefit an incredibly worthy cause at the same time. View full album
  9. Volume 4 continues with a collection of music from American Electronic Music artist, Jack Hertz. Read more about what he has to say about Space and Music in the Questions and Answers.
  10. Aural Films present a brand new album by Mike Honeycutt, Jack Hertz, and Bob. The MHZ boys are throwing a Xmas party in the Black Lodge, and you are invited to partake in brand new collection of electronic, post-concrete works dedicated to Mark Frost and David Lynch's "Twin Peaks" with a heaping helping of Slack thrown in for all you SubGeniuses out there.
  11. Blackouts is a collection of new works inspired by and composed during the recent events in Northern California. This album is dedicated to all who face the strange calamity of depending on companies that put us in harms way without recourse. There is s certain irony in an electronic music album about the rolling blackouts in California. When electricity was shut off with little warning, people in cities, towns, and all walks of life were left in the dark with only the excuse that Pacific Gas & Electric didn't want to be liable for another wild fire. In the time since, we have learned a lot about our reliance on them and how powerless we are, in both senses of the word.
  12. One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.” ― Carl Gustav Jung The first two compositions are darker while the last one brings more lightness, the one that is offered when life returns. 1. Incantations How to emerge from the cleavage duality by accepting opposites as true each one seen in the totality they constitute. No feminine without masculine, no evil without good, no noise without silence, no day without night. A dynamic wholeness, witness of itself and which cannot be reduced to synthesis or unity. 2. Incandescence Rubbing against the dark matter to find a transfigured light 3. Initiations The last piece is a live recording of music composed for choreography. It is made up of several motifs that offered a guideline for dancers who had no other instructions than to let themselves be carried away by the musical proposal, hence the notion of an initiatory journey that spawned coherence in the unknown. View full album
  13. One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.” ― Carl Gustav Jung The first two compositions are darker while the last one brings more lightness, the one that is offered when life returns. 1. Incantations How to emerge from the cleavage duality by accepting opposites as true each one seen in the totality they constitute. No feminine without masculine, no evil without good, no noise without silence, no day without night. A dynamic wholeness, witness of itself and which cannot be reduced to synthesis or unity. 2. Incandescence Rubbing against the dark matter to find a transfigured light 3. Initiations The last piece is a live recording of music composed for choreography. It is made up of several motifs that offered a guideline for dancers who had no other instructions than to let themselves be carried away by the musical proposal, hence the notion of an initiatory journey that spawned coherence in the unknown.
  14. The exploration of the Universe has been a great inspiration for electronic music artists from the beginning of the Space-Age into the present. Aural Films is commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Moon landing with a new on-going series featuring collections by Space Music artists from around the world. Volume 3 continues with a collection of music from ever prolific Netherlands Electronic Music artist, Phrozenlight. View full album
  15. The exploration of the Universe has been a great inspiration for electronic music artists from the beginning of the Space-Age into the present. Aural Films is commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Moon landing with a new on-going series featuring collections by Space Music artists from around the world. Volume 3 continues with a collection of music from ever prolific Netherlands Electronic Music artist, Phrozenlight.
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