A wonderful little animation film to re-calibrate your perspective on your aspirations and hopes, your everyday worries and your place in space, as we call if for lack of a better word. A wonderful little animation film to re-ignite your sense of wonder and appreciation for nature and all the things you already have.

Everybody In The Place

Warehouse parties, Chicago in the mid 1980s, Kraftwerk, soundsystem culture, the miners’ strike, new age travelers, spiral tribe, Castlemorton, Shelley’s Laserdome, no judgement, whatever clothing style, alone or accompanied, no stupid phones, and what all this had to do with the British society of the mid 80s to early 90s. Also, the reactions of teenagers…

Caoilfhionn Rose – Fireflies

A stunning foretaste, both musically and visually, of the upcoming Caoilfhionn Rose (say: Keelin) album on quality label Gondwana Records. The whirling dots of light shown in this video are somewhat reminiscent of those quantum particles (or whatever they’re supposed to be…) in the projections in the series Devs. However, a closer look reveals that…

Reid Willis – The Ocean Won’t Allow (Official video)

Morphing fluidly through all sorts of otherworldly scenery, sci-fi cityscapes and fantastic pharmaceutical visions, always in perfect sync with the rhythmic ebb and flow of the multi-layered rhythms and melodies, this music video by Xander Steenbrugge makes the perfect visual counterpart for Reid Willis’ The Ocean Won’t Allow from his stunning new album.


Sebastian Mullaert’s four-on-the-floor music for modern trance dance rituals fills a unique and extremely elegant universe of sound – yet it’s a closed system. So it’s amazing to hear the Swedish producer doing something truly groundbreaking again. Working with musicians of the Tonhalle Orchester Zürich, he went far beyond the scope of some classical musicians…

Ólafur Arnalds – Woven Song

Ólafur Arnalds, the Icelandic trailblazer of Neo Classical music, gives us a stunning first impression of his new album. Stunning because of the music which vibrates with the unique virtuosity that made the young composer a protagonist of the genre; and stunning because of the ethereal trip that fills the visible wavelengths of ‘Woven Song’.

Flight of the Starlings

“We know a lot of factual information about the starling—its size and voice, where it lives, how it breeds and migrates—but what remains a mystery is how it flies in murmurations, or flocks, without colliding.” For more nature-is-awesomeness check the National Geographic Short Film Showcase.

Rob Simonsen – Rêveries (Short Film)

Visual trip and aural journey: Rob Simonsen’s short film Rêveries comes with great landscape shots, an abstract-but-not-too-abstract narrative and a fantastic soundtrack. Well worth spending 12 minutes of your lifetime. Low lights, big screen and good soundsystem are highly recommended.

Gourski & Appel – Docks

Gotta love industrial sounds in modern dance music. Gourski & Appel take an old idea to the next level and present a 7-minute track made exclusively from sounds sampled in a dock setting. The result is intriguingly catchy, and the music video that comes with it intriguingly hypnotic.

Wild Wild Country

A fascinating, in-depth documentary that tells the history and explores the complex socio-psychological anatomy of the Rajneesh cult, both from the inside and the outside.

The Bomb

The Bomb is a compelling audio-visual experience that opens a dark perspective on some of humanity’s highest technological achievements. Original soundtrack by The Acid. Available on Netflix.