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Radio New babylon


Site-specific live streaming - Installation

New Babylon, Den Haag, the Netherlands

Installation project initiated by Justin Bennett, and including audio pieces by local and international artists in and around the New Babylon office and apartment complex in Den Haag.

The project is running sunce October 2021.

Participating with my composition Prelude, included in my album Moments in Time (2010-2014)

Listeners should download the app. Via the Radio Babylon website  you can open and download the pieces in the app. They can be only heard at the physical site itself.



New album - OUT NOW

Label: Decaying Spheres

Format: Digital/Cassette

Order on Bandcamp

The release consists of two twenty-minute live electronic performances recorded in the Netherlands.

The first piece 'Bacterial Dance' ampli es the sounds of obscure microscopic organisms from an unexplored world. It was performed for a live stream on the show Ruido Vírico, organised by Audiotalaia (netlabel and media channel) in May 2021.

The second piece, 'Σάος' (Sáos) (which refers to Mount Saos in Samothrace, Greece) uses  field recordings and a steady build of dynamics to create suspense navigating an unfamiliar landscape. Recorded in October 2016 and performed at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague.


CLAP. An anatomy of applause

Various Artists - OUT 15 September

Limited (double) LP  - Order on Unsounds

with original works by Eraldo Bernocchi + Maurizio Bianchi + Barbara Ellison + Terence Hannum + Ji Youn Kan + Fani Konstantinidou + Yannis Kyriakides + Andy Moor + Moor Mother + Massimo Pupillo + Scanner

Participating with my piece Επευφημισμός. A composition especially made for this collection, based on recordings of applause in the Ancient Theater of Epidaurus  -  Greece.



Various Artists - OUT NOW

(double) Digital Release - Order on Bandcamp

The new production + release of New Emergences

Participating with my piece Moving Out, a composition especially made for this release. Made by field recordings realized in the (almost empty) old building of the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague in January 2021.


NEW WORK for MAZE ensemble

Premiere: SATURDAY 26 NOVEMBER, 20:00 at Splendor

Nieuwe Uilenburgerstraat 116, 1011 LX Amsterdam

'Time is not a revolution' is a 4 channel time fluid piece, especially composed for MAZE ensemble  

MAZE is: Anne La Berge (flute & electronics), Dario Clanderone (Double Bass), Gareth Davis (Bass Clarinet), Reinier van Houdt (Piano), Wiek Hijmans (El. Guitar), Yannis Kyriakides (electronics).

More info & Tickets via Splendor.