Cinematic in scope and depth, the majestic Dawn Treader is Chronotope Project’s first full length release on the Spotted Peccary label. Jeffery Ericson Allen is the sole creative force behind the music, and he skillfully balances the compositions between mystical, ambient dreamscapes and organic, emotional melodic statements. The soundscapes – drawn from a variety of sources spanning ambient electronic, Western classical, and traditional world music – are textural, compelling, evocative, and meaningful. Dawn Treader is an album that is firmly rooted in the visual “soundtrack” style of ambient-electronic music, featuring cinematic textures, strong melodies, and hypnotic rhythms that inspire the imagination of every listener.
Chronotope Project joins the Spotted Peccary roster of artists in 2015, and we’re celebrating with this second free download of the wonderful new track “Higgs Field.”
Get the free download at Bandcamp.com, and look for future Chronotope Project works, including the full length “Dawn Treader,” which will be released August 2015.
Continuing the journey of deep sound exploration, Time Being’s “A Place To Belong” is a mesmerizing array of sound sculpted micro-space ambiences, featuring Phillip Wilkerson’s signature drones and Jourdan Laik’s glistening electronic landscapes. This is deep ambient listening; the soundtrack to a sojourn from the edge of perception, through farther worlds, to an infinite home.
Spotted Peccary is proud to present the brilliantly re-mastered 20th anniversary special edition of Deborah Martin’s breakthrough album, Under The Moon. Meticulously restored from the original master tapes, this milestone recording sounds better than ever, offering an enchanting, delicate and immersive musical journey across the night sky. Night music in its purest form, Deborah Martin’s Under The Moon is a rich and simply beautiful album of dream songs; crystal clear visions through ethereal, mind-altering, trance-inducing atmospheres that lead the listener on a compelling and magical voyage through the realm between twilight and dawn.
The recent lunar eclipse marked the launch of this moon-inspired nightscape from Frore & Shane Morris. Blood Moon features an intoxicating blend of acoustic and electronic percussion, flutes, duduk, organic synth textures and ethereal atmospheres & soundscapes that follow in the Tribal Ambient traditions established by Byron Metcalf, Vidna Obmana, Robert Rich, and Steve Roach. All the hallmarks of the ethno-ambient sound are reflected here as the album glows with layers of rich harmonic textures – both ancient and modern – riding a polyrhythmic current of living, breathing drums and percussion. Pulsing soundworlds, both electronic and organic, rise up from swirling atmospheric drifts, all driven by primal forces of the past and present.