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Everything and Nothing / Do you still want to learn?
« on: July 15, 2008, 07:18:08 PM »
I think one of the important things many people lose in adulthood is the desire, or even willingness, to learn new things.  I don't mean little things like learning a new route to the grocery store, or learning about a new band or a new restaurant, but taking on a new subject and trying to master it.

I've tried to remain open to learning about new things (for example, starting to make electronic music in my late twenties) but I've found that the last several years it's harder to open up enough free time to take on new subjects of any complexity.  Since college, I've missed the regular challenge of taking on a new subject and delving deeply into it, learning from an expert and gradually gaining enough knowledge to be considered an expert myself.  This year I've resolved to take on two significant new self-guided learning projects, even if I have to sacrifice time spent on other things in order to make it happen.

First, I'm going to go from a novice to an expert in PHP and MySQL.

Second, I'm finally going to learn Flash, something I've been planning to learn, and dabbling in just a little, for nearly as long as Flash has been around.  I want to go beyond just making a few little tutorial-guided projects, or an animated Hypnos logo, and get into creating complex and unusual web applications, such as unusual media players.  Like I said with PHP/MySQL I want to get to an advanced level, whatever that means. 

It seems that everybody who reads this forum could be considered an "adult" and many have jobs and families and obligations... so I'm curious if others view it as a priority to continue taking on significant new learning challenges.  I'd also like to hear any examples people have of new projects or discoveries taken on well into adulthood.  I always thought it was so cool when I was in college, to see some older man or woman in one of my literature or art classes, and to imagine what it would be like to live much of one's life in a certain direction before taking off in a new direction like that.


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Everything and Nothing / American Cancer Society - Relay For Life
« on: July 15, 2008, 08:50:55 AM »
The last 5 or so years, once per summer I've gotten involved in this American Cancer Society "Relay For Life" fundraiser (for cancer, obviously), even tried being chairman of a team for a year before deciding I'd better scale back and just be a fundraiser again.  It's a walking/running event in which teams circle a track (for our event, we'll be at Wilson High School track in Portland) for 24 hours on a team relay basis.

I'm sure most or all of us have lost someone, friend or family or associate, to cancer at some point.  If you're interested in making a contribution, you can do so using the link below -- 100% of it will go to American Cancer Society and it's tax deductible.  My 'team' will get credit for it, in a sort of friendly competition between fundraising teams.

THE DONATION LINK:

https://secure3.convio.net/tacs/site/Donation2?df_id=1002425&PROXY_ID=6133125&PROXY_TYPE=20&FR_ID=11196

You can donate any amount you like, despite the ACS's rather crafty attempt to make it look like $100, $75 and $50 are the "usual" amounts.  I'd encourage donations of any size, even a few dollars... you'll get the karmic benefits no matter the amount!  And if you can't donate anything, please look into participating in a Relay For Life event in your area.



Thanks for reading.

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Hypnos Label Releases / CD release: Sans Serif - Tones for LaMonte
« on: July 11, 2008, 10:40:34 AM »
Artist: Sans Serif
Title: Tones for LaMonte
Label: Hypnos Secret Sounds (Ltd CDR)




2008. Sans Serif is an alter ego of Forrest Fang, the talented multi-instrumentalist and composer whose most recent solo album Gongland was released on Projekt in 2000. He has also collaborated with Carl Weingarten on the album Invisibility released on The Foundry, as well as contributing instrumentally to the works of other artists such as Robert Rich.

Unlike the more traditionally structured and "musical" work Fang releases under his own name, the Sans Serif project is focused on minimalism. This project in particular is a tribute to the influential minimalist composer LaMonte Young, whose work was known for the use of long, sustained tones and alternate tunings.

Tones for LaMonte bridges the two, related worlds of avant-garde classical influence, and modern ambient drone.

Track listing, with mp3 sample clips:
1. Alpha -- http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hss-ssff-tfl-01.mp3
2. Omega -- http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hss-ssff-tfl-02.mp3
3. Gamma --  http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hss-ssff-tfl-03.mp3
4. Delta --  http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hss-ssff-tfl-04.mp3
5. Theta -- http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hss-ssff-tfl-05.mp3
6. (infinity) -- http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hss-ssff-tfl-06.mp3
 
 Purchase for $11.99 on Hypnos Online Store:
http://www.hypnos.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=hss21

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The last Viridian Sun live performance was almost 10 years ago, but a new performance is scheduled for this coming Thursday evening, at Someday Lounge:

http://www.somedaylounge.com

The Someday Lounge blurb says all you need to know:

THURSDAY, JUL 3
The July installment of Hexasion will feature veteran ambient composers VIRIDIAN SUN
7pm, FREE!



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Forum Member Projects News and Promotion / Robert Rich interview
« on: June 25, 2008, 10:13:48 AM »
A new interview with Hypnos artist Robert Rich was recently posted here:

http://www.worldmusiccentral.org/article.php/robert_rich_interview

The interview covers Robert's recent works, particularly his latest collaboration with Ian Boddy, as well as some of his sound design and sample library work. I think it's worth reading if you have any interest in Robert or his work.

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Hypnos Label Releases / CD release: Steve Brand - Bridge to Nowhere
« on: June 12, 2008, 09:07:51 AM »
Artist: Steve Brand
Title: Bridge to Nowhere
Label: Hypnos Secret Sounds (Ltd CDR)




2008. Steve Brand has just recently started releasing music under his own name, after more than 20 releases in the experimental realm under the name "Augur." Now Brand has a number of recordings scheduled for release on Hypnos, and also on the AtmoWorks label, and the first of these is Bridge to Nowhere.

Brand's work has always had a ritualistic element, and sound sources include: medicine drum, udu, rattles, various flutes, bells, conch shell, thumb piano, cora, Indian fiddle, found, natural and handmade objects, voice, field recordings and keyboards. Bridge to Nowhere is a spacious, slow-breathing exploration of a meditative state, and nowhere in Brand's work is the ritualistic element more present than in this case.

Ambient music in general is often considered to be "spacy" or conducive to altered states of consciousness in general, but this music specifically seems exploratory, meditative, and even a bit "druggy" and strange. As fans of this music ourselves, we particularly love it when an artist seems genuinely to have tapped into a reality outside our own -- to have slowed down the world or distorted it, or viewed things through a prism or kaleidoscope. The work of Steve Brand functions in this way, and we're pleased to be able to deliver this incredible, no-side-effects sound trip, to Hypnos listeners!

Track listing, with mp3 sample clips:
1. Bridge to Nowhere 1 - (14:43) - mp3 clip http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hss-sbr-btn-01.mp3
2. Breathing Light - (20:40) - mp3 clip http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hss-sbr-btn-02.mp3
3. Bridge to Nowhere 2 - (20:00) - mp3 clip http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hss-sbr-btn-03.mp3
4. Through the Lens of Love - (20:00) - mp3 clip http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hss-sbr-btn-04.mp3

Purchase for $11.99 on Hypnos Online Store:
http://www.hypnos.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=hss20

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I don't know if there has been any official announcement from Gianluigi aka Oophoi, who runs the exellent Umbra label and its "sister" label Penumbra, in addition to his own activities as a recording artist... but Umbra & Penumbra are letting all their releases go out of print, and no longer making new copies.

These have been some of the hottest-selling and most eagerly sought items we've carried on the Hypnos store this past several years, and we're sorry to hear of the end of Umbra as it has been.  My understanding is that there will be a new imprint to replace Umbra (possibly even still called Umbra) to allow the release of future projects.  But that is still not official, and already-released Umbra & Penumbra discs will all lapse out of print immediately.

Hypnos has purchased the remaining stock of Umbra & Penumbra discs and we've just added them to our Hypnos Online Store.  We haven't done anything crazy  to take advantage of the fact that these discs are all instant collectors items (such as jacking the prices up), but we did want to give a heads-up to our most loyal "friends of Hypnos" and give them first shot at these items... because when they're gone, they're gone.  The newest additions to the store, mostly exist in only 1-3 copies each, and are listed & linked below.  Please note:

* these will go fast, and the links will be deactivated when the items sell out, so if you get a "dead" link below, that means someone beat you to it

* we aren't bothering to scan the covers, or write descriptions, because we know people will buy them just to fill out their collections, but if one or more of these don't sell out right away, and you're interested in seeing a cover scan, send Lena a PM or an email and she'll scan it so you can see what it looks like

* all copies are new, never opened or played

* Penumbra discs, for those who don't know, are shorter in duration, like 30 minutes or so, while Umbra discs are "full length" -- both are 5" CDRs

Sostrah Tinnitis - Nebra
Code: umbra066
Price: $15.99
http://www.hypnos.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=umbra066

Tau Ceti - Four Short Pieces
Code: umbra067
Price: $15.99
http://www.hypnos.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=umbra067

Various Artisits - The Threshold of Silence
Code: umbra068
Price: $15.99
http://www.hypnos.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=umbra068

Seren Ffordd - A Melancholy Light
Code: penumbra057
Price: $11.99
http://www.hypnos.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=penumbra057

Netherworld - Fiorenza Gherardi de Candei
Code: penumbra058
Price: $11.99
http://www.hypnos.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=penumbra058

Oophoi - Awakening the Nagas
Code: penumbra059
Price: $11.99
http://www.hypnos.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=penumbra059

Seren Ffordd - Aurora
Code: penumbra060
Price: $11.99
http://www.hypnos.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=penumbra060

Oophoi - Khumba Mela
Code: penumbra061
Price: $11.99
http://www.hypnos.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=penumbra061

L.E.M. - Strata
Code: penumbra062
Price: $11.99
http://www.hypnos.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=penumbra062

Oophoi & Tau Ceti - Le Torri del Silenzio
Code: penumbra063
Price: $11.99
http://www.hypnos.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=penumbra063

Oophoi & Netherworld - Postcards from the Void
Code: penumbra064
Price: $11.99
http://www.hypnos.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=penumbra064

Oophoi & Tau Ceti - Lifting the Veil
Code: penumbra065
Price: $11.99
http://www.hypnos.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=penumbra065

Klaus Wiese & Oophoi - A Call, an Echo
Code: penumbra066
Price: $11.99
http://www.hypnos.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=penumbra066

Oophoi - Vertigo
Code: penumbra067
Price: $11.99
http://www.hypnos.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=penumbra067

Tau Ceti - The Windy Shores of Awua
Code: penumbra068
Price: $11.99
http://www.hypnos.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=penumbra068

Tau Ceti - Pulsar
Code: penumbra069
Price: $11.99
http://www.hypnos.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=penumbra069
 

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Hypnos Label Releases / CD release: M. Griffin - Fabrications
« on: May 28, 2008, 11:10:24 AM »
Artist: M. Griffin
Title: Fabrications
Label: Hypnos Recordings


 

2008. Originally announced in 1997 as the follow-up by Hypnos founder Mike Griffin to his debut
Sudden Dark, Fabrications has been reworked, abandoned, restarted from scratch, back-burnered,
reimagined, and left frozen in carbonite. Among those who have followed Hypnos from the
beginning, Fabrications achieved a certain notoriety as the album always promised for release in
the coming year, which never quite arrived. 2008 is finally the year in which Fabrications is revealed,
perhaps appropriate for the 10-year anniversary of its original planned release date, 1998.

Generally known as an ambient minimalist, utilizing synthesizers for most of his work, this time
M. Griffin took advantage of "real world" sounds, captured with binaural microphones using a
portable digital audio recorder. For this release, Griffin built up collages of numerous location
recording elements, including cars driving on freeways, people walking in long echoing hallways,
the ocean waves in Kona at night, a metalworking factory with heavy machinery crunching away,
distant trains, and clothes driers. These elements were manipulated, combined, worked-on and
re-worked, and overlaid with looped spoken elements later created by Griffin in the studio. The
end result comes out something like the Zoviet France soundtrack to a David Lynch film, that
is, a dark and dream-like collage of loops, spoken fragments, disembodied whispers, and the
echo of far-off machinery.
 
While ambient music recordings generally only include a few "layers,"  Fabrications has been
painstakingly built-up over the years so that all tracks are now comprised of dozens of layers,
in some cases upward of 100.  The result is incredibly complex, with ghostly remnants of real,
concrete sounds filtered one against another.  Aural signatures of many real places combine to
form sonic impressions of a series of locations that do not really exist.  These imagined,
artificial locales are in effect, fabrications.
 
Track listing, with MP3 sample clips:
Water is Silver --- http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hypnos-mg-f-01.mp3
Gravity --- http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hypnos-mg-f-02.mp3
Behind --- http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hypnos-mg-f-03.mp3
Air Sense Space --- http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hypnos-mg-f-04.mp3 
Devise --- http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hypnos-mg-f-05.mp3 
Sky is Glass Lit --- http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hypnos-mg-f-06.mp3

Hypnos Online Store listing (purchase price is $12.99):
http://www.hypnos.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=hyp2806

 

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Hypnos Label Releases / CD release: Saul Stokes - Villa Galaxia
« on: May 20, 2008, 04:41:04 PM »
Always one of the most popular artists on the Hypnos and Binary labels through the years, Saul Stokes is also one we've been very proud to "launch" into the ambient/electronica world.

His latest album, Villa Galaxia, will be released cooperatively by Binary and Saul's own imprint Stokesmusic, in mid 2008.



We'll have more information, including a track listing, fairly soon.

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Everything and Nothing / Darth Vader feels blue
« on: May 14, 2008, 09:01:11 AM »
Darth Vader feels blue


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http://speedtest.10-fast-fingers.com

I don't type as fast as I thought I did.  92 WPM.

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Everything and Nothing / A Hypnos Forum member has just passed away
« on: May 09, 2008, 11:39:50 AM »
I'm sorry to report that someone known to many of us here on the Hypnos Forum, Gordon Danis, has apparently just passed away.  According to a posting on the space music mailing list, this apparently just happened.

Gordon has always been a big fan of the music and a supporter of many of the artists and labels familiar to all of us here.  I know Gordon had endured health problems in the years since I've known him, but I don't know the cause of his passing.  Maybe someone else here will know more.

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Hypnos Label Releases / CD release: Darkened Soul - Bathys
« on: May 02, 2008, 10:03:43 AM »
We're readying this disc for release soon, and just wanted to float a little "coming soon" teaser announcement.
We'll have much more complete information on this one soon, including MP3 clips.


 

(I removed the "teaser" announcement now that the more complete announcement of the release is below).
_Mike

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Everything and Nothing / Thousands of new cars destroyed
« on: April 29, 2008, 10:10:12 AM »
Has this story crossed people's radar yet?  It's the story of a freighter ship loaded with new Mazda cars, that nearly capsized up near Alaska, and sat anchored in the ocean for months while rescue workers tried to figure out how to keep the ship from completely tipping-over.

A block from where I work there are a series of huge gravel parking lots (I mean, HUGE) surrounded by chain link fences, Port of Portland property, where freighter ships unload cars from Japan and Korea and they're staged on their way to be delivered to car dealers around the NW.  There are hundreds of people whose part-time job is to spend days on end, driving Kias or Hyundais or Hondas or Mazdas off a ship, down a ramp, down an access road to Marine Drive, and into one of these staging lots, where they board shuttle buses to take them back to the freighter to drive another car down to the lot... repeat again and again, for days on end, until the lot is full of new cars.  Then the lot empties out gradually as the car-moving trailers deliver them to dealers.  This cycle happens over and over, throughout the 10 years or so I've been driving to this place.  The Port of Portland is a busy port.

Months ago, I was driving home from work past one of these lots (I work right off Marine Drive, where several of the Port terminals are located) and I noticed a giant forklift picking up new Mazdas and moving them across the lot into metal containers.  I couldn't tell for sure, but it looked like an ordinary forklift, not some kind of delicate car-moving tractor designed to move new cars without damaging them.  But they were placing the cars in the containers sort of carefully, not stacking them or anything, so I couldn't figure it out.

Then I started seeing articles about how all these thousands of cars, though they looked brand new and have never been driven, were being "junked" by Mazda, and were being taken in containers to nearby Schnitzer Steel, which is one of the biggest steel scrapyards and recyclers in the country.  Schnitzer shreds the cars whole, and sells the scrap metal back to Asian countries, where presumably it's made back into cars.



A lot of people are troubled by this story, by the shredding of 5,700 new cars which might have been used for something else.  They might have been donated to charities or churches, or put into government fleets at a reduced price, and I'm sure any of these recipients would have been glad to sign "hold harmless" waivers in case the cars were damaged by their months at sea, in salty air.

http://online.wsj.com/public/page/8_0006.html?bcpid=86195573&bclid=86272812&bctid=1527642616


This is a really in-depth article about the efforts to "rescue" the capsizing ship.

http://www.wired.com/science/discoveries/magazine/16-03/ff_seacowboys?currentPage=all


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Hypnos Label Releases / Robert Rich's Somnium - back in print!
« on: April 23, 2008, 07:36:44 PM »
Robert Rich's landmark long-form ambient recording Somnium went briefly out of print late last year, but
we have a new pressing available for sale now in case you missed it the first time.



2001 release, DVD format.

For those who are unclear about the format of SOMNIUM: it's an ordinary DVD-video disc, playable in regular,
garden-variety home DVD players, as well as DVD-rom drives on you PC or Mac. It does not require (and in
fact is not compatible with) a high-end "DVD-audio" format machine. To put it another way, it's a DVD-video
with music only, no picture (aside from the menus). The DVD-video format was used because it enabled us to
store 7 hours of continuous audio on one side of one disc -- no breaks in the program... no need to change discs
or wait for a changer to swap from disc 5 to disc 6, for example. It is a stereo (two channel) audio program.

Technical questions aside, SOMNIUM is a re-creation of Robert Rich's famous "sleep concerts," which began
during Robert's time at Stanford University. These sleep concerts have been much discussed, but few current
fans of ambient/space music have actually attended them. Consequently, a lot of speculation and mystery has
grown about the "legendary sleep concerts." Now you'll have an opportunity to stretch out in the dark and listen
to some of Robert Rich's finest deep, subliminal ambience.... seven hours worth, uninterrupted!

Ready to purchase now, 7 hours of music playable in any DVD player, for $21.99, here:

http://www.hypnos.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=hyp2131

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Hypnos Label Releases / CD release: Matt Borghi - Huronic Minor
« on: April 17, 2008, 07:55:25 PM »
We here at Hypnos have long enjoyed Matt Borghi's subtle atmospheric ambient music, and believed it deserved more attention.  Many of Matt's CDs are out of print, and we've agreed to re-issue a series of our favorite recordings on the Hypnos Secret Sounds imprint.  We'll have more information soon about these recordings, but wanted to post a quick announcement to let everyone know these are coming.

The first of these Matt Borghi reissues will be Huronic Minor.



Coming later will be December Impressions, and then The Phantom Light.

Very soon we'll have audio clips and full descriptive information for  Huronic Minor, prior to its release, then the other releases will be spaced 2-3 months apart.

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Everything and Nothing / WebDogme
« on: April 02, 2008, 09:10:18 AM »
Heard of the Dogme film movement?  Lars Von Trier and a group of (mostly Dutch) directors agreeing to certain austerity measures to keep their films more "real" or natural?  Rules like "use only natural light," and "No overdubbing, use only sounds that so on.

Well, I think it's an interesting set of rules, but I'm glad most directors don't adhere to it.  I like special effects, and pretty-looking films, all that kind of stuff.

I found this WebDogme variation, a similar set of rules for web design, and thought it was interesting.  If you're like me, and spend time thinking about the decisions (and mistakes) people make when they design web sites, you might find it interesting.

http://www.blackbeltjones.com/dogme.html

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Everything and Nothing / Hypnos forum and web site problems
« on: March 28, 2008, 08:47:13 AM »
Many of you may have noticed we had a complete outage of the hypnos.com domain, including the online store and this forum, between about 1PM and midnight Pacific time yesterday.

This was a problem at the company that hosts the hypnos.com domain, and was not specific to our site, though I haven't been able to get any more specific information from them, at least yet, about what caused the trouble.

Everything should be OK now, and I apologize for any inconvenience.  If you were trying to email me or Lena during that time period and had your email returned to you as undeliverable, please re-send the email now and it should come through just fine.

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Hypnos Label Releases / CD release: Sense Project - The Sublime (2cdr)
« on: March 16, 2008, 06:00:03 PM »
Somehow I managed to announce the latest Hypnos release in all the usual places, except here at the Forum. 
So, since this one's still fresh, I'd like to announce our latest release, from Sense Project (who posts here on
the Hypnos Forum under his real name, Robert Logan).


Artist: Sense Project
Title: The Sublime
Label: Hypnos Secret Sounds, ltd 2cdr edition of 300

Sense Project - The Sublime




2008. This release is a departure for the Hypnos Secret Sounds imprint in that it will be a two disc set. Sense Project is an
alter-ego of Robert Logan, who releases experimental electronic music under his true name, including the truly amazing
debut CD Cognessence. Robert also composed the music for Alex Gibney's Oscar-winning documentary feature 'Taxi to
the Darkside' along with Ivor Guest and Philip Sheppard.

The Sublime careens from drone ambient, to churning, confrontational Aphex Twin style rhythms, with perhaps more rich
and diverse sound content than any album we've ever released. Normally we'd have reservations about releasing a double
CD by a young, emerging artist but this one justifies its duration without question. If you're not sure about buying an
ambient 2CDR release by a teen-aged recording artist (actually, he may be 20 by now... we should check before we go
around repeating the "he's only 19" thing), just give the MP3 sample clips a try.

Track listing, with MP3 clips:

CD. 1 "The Sublime Part I"

1.) Vidék MP3 clip http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hss-sp-ts-1-01.mp3
2.) Rain Chimes (featuring Andrea Black on vocals) MP3 clip http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hss-sp-ts-1-02.mp3
3.) A Moment MP3 clip http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hss-sp-ts-1-03.mp3
4.) Solar Insect MP3 clip http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hss-sp-ts-1-04.mp3
5.) The Sublime MP3 clip http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hss-sp-ts-1-05.mp3
6.) Garden (featuring Sarah Sarhandi on viola) MP3 clip http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hss-sp-ts-1-06.mp3
7.) Isten MP3 clip http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hss-sp-ts-1-07.mp3
8.) Éjjel MP3 clip http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hss-sp-ts-1-08.mp3
9.) Death and After (featuring Francis Logan on violin) MP3 clip http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hss-sp-ts-1-09.mp3

CD. 2 "The Sublime Part II"

1.) Erdő MP3 clip http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hss-sp-ts-2-01.mp3
2.) Mantis Religiosa MP3 clip http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hss-sp-ts-2-02.mp3
3.) Prime Mover MP3 clip http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hss-sp-ts-2-03.mp3
4.) Shards MP3 clip http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hss-sp-ts-2-04.mp3
5.) The Lamb MP3 clip http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hss-sp-ts-2-05.mp3
6.) Voice of Many Waters MP3 clip http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hss-sp-ts-2-06.mp3
7.) Cimbalom MP3 clip http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hss-sp-ts-2-07.mp3
8.) The Beautiful MP3 clip http://www.hypnos.com/audio/hss-sp-ts-2-08.mp3

Hypnos Online Store listing
http://www.hypnos.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=hss15

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Hypnos Label Releases / Announcement: James Johnson and Hypnos
« on: March 03, 2008, 04:40:36 PM »
Hypnos Recordings is pleased to announce a renewed affiliation with an
artist we've worked with before, but who has been involved in his own label
for the past several years.  In 2000 through 2002, James Johnson released
the solo albums Entering Twilight and The Butterfly Chamber, as well
as Seed with Ma Ja Le. 

We will follow up with more specific announcements about individual upcoming
projects, but at this time are happy to announce our partnership.

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