The Stillness and the dancing
“Sometimes a show feels a bit patchwork but when it all plays out forms something lovely and altogether unexpected. Here’s where the show took us. A few highlights from new and delightful music emerging from all over the globe. See you next week, sweet friends.

-hour 1-
Wil Bolton – Night Paths (From.. Night Paths – 2017)
Valiska – Softness (From.. On Pause – 2017)
Christine Bougie – (Rao) (From.. SLOW Volumes: ONE – 2016)
Le Berger – At Ease (A Somewhat Perceptible Transition – 2017)
Field Rotation – When the Clouds Clear (From.. Why Things Are Different – 2010/2017)
Christoph Berg – Conversations (from – Conversations – 2017)
Christoph Berg – Poems Written by an Old (Prepared) Piano (From.. Paraphrases – 2012)
CEEYS – Based (From.. Concrete Fields – 2017)
Rhian Sheehan – Waiting at the Airport (2017 Single)

-hour 2-
Alaskan Tapes – Blue, In Script (From.. In Distance We’re Losing – 2017)
James Bunton – ITAI – Part 1 (From.. ITAI – 2014)
Haco – Tidal (From.. Qoosui – 2017)
Hammock – This Is Not Enough (From.. Mysterium – 2017)
Balmorhea – Sky Could Undress (From.. Clear Language – 2017)
The American Dollar – Carousel (From.. Carousel – 2017)
The Sly and Unseen – Once a Moment (From.. The Crossley Heritage – 2016)
Paddy Mulcahy – Brother Walks In (From.. The Words She Said – 2017)
Yousei Suzuki – The Deep shadow of Summer (From.. The Scene From a Frame – 2013)
Ólafur Arnalds – 1440 (From.. 10th Anniversary Remaster – 2017)

*Photo from Christoph Berg’s ‘Paraphrases’ on Facture/Fluid Audio”


“This one is mostly what would be called minimalist neo classic. It is mainly the duo of piano and cello, with sometimes some additions. Its mostly melancholic but not only, and is definitively worth listening to.
Favorite track: Based II.”

Thibaut Devigne

Tim Linghaus_Recordings“Two days ago sebastian selke, member of the wonderful CEEYS, visited me in my kitchen and we recorded cello for a few tracks for my upcoming album coming in autumn/winter on Moderna Records. this session was extremely nice. everything went so smoothly well, it was a bit scary :). you can see us chatting about recording in ableton in the picture taken by the lovely jacqueline halle.

after the sessions we had some quality time with pizza and the north sea. i am so thankful for this and very excited about the outcome. stay tuned for more information on the process of the album production.


‘Treblinka, Poland 2 August 1943′ is a song by The eye of time from the Denovali Records released album ‘Acoustic’.
Marc Euvrie
Reworked and performed by CEEYS.
Recorded and mixed by Francesco and Antonio at Vox-Ton Studio Berlin.

The Eye Of Time – Treblinka (Ceeys Rework)_Cover

“On August 2, 1943, the Committee launched their revolt. The prisoners seized weapons from the SS storeroom, attacked the German and Ukrainian guards, and set some of the buildings ablaze. Unconcerned with their own safety, the resistance leaders fought bravely to aid the escape of the inmates. Under gunfire from the watchtowers, many prisoners broke through the camp’s barbed-wire fences.

Of an estimated 300 inmates who escaped from Treblinka that day, about 100 survived the massive SS manhunt. Most of the Committee’s members, including Galewski, Bloch, and Kurland, perished during the uprising. Jankiel Wiernik escaped his captors and found shelter with a righteous Pole. The following year, with the assistance of Jewish underground leaders in Warsaw, he secretly published his memoirs of Treblinka and of the bold camp uprising, which were then smuggled to England and the United States. Wiernik died in Israel in 1972.”

Greg Haines – Snow Airport
Lambert – The edge off
Kinbrae – Isolated Sketch
Alice Bacher – Kreisreise in progress xx
Andrea Belfi – Oggetti Creano Forme
CEEYS – Concrete Field
Hauschka – Late Summer
Anne Müller – Drifting Circles
Sergio de Rojas – Paris
CEEYS – Without Shelter
Ben Lukas Boysen – Nocturne 2
Library Tapes – Silhouettes
Nils Frahm – Über
John Kameel Farah – Calling (of the Sea)
CEEYS – Rueber
Marco Caricola – Bright Star
Sarah Neufeld – Where The Light Comes In