Portland, Oregon record label Ecstatic Dance Records recently invited me to contribute another song to one of their compilations. I chose a new recording from In The Branches called “Coming
Currently free (Name Your Price) to download in recording-studio quality via Bandcamp. Landscape In Obscurity (20th anniversary edition) name-your-price by vidnaObmana I paid $5 for this one as soon as
In 1996, two years before the first Shpongle (Simon Posford) album and quite a good year for music (I’m thinking of ambient and metal specifically)… Something important happened. I knew
Some time after I released this album on Bandcamp, it was posted on YouTube by the In The Woods channel (no relation to In The Branches, by the way!). I
Brock Van Wey, a.k.a. Bvdub, made quite an impression on me around 2013. I remember finding his album “Then” and realizing that it was a great album to sleep to.
I’d like to thank Trinity Hot Springs in Paradise for giving me the opportunity to create the video below. It took many hours of work to create these couple of
The new collaboration between In The Branches and Bluetech (Behind The Sky / June 8, 2018) is off to quite a start. “Behind The Sky”, the album’s title track, has
I’ve had the privilege of working on some video projects for Trinity Hot Springs in Paradise, a lodge/hotel, spring water source (the deepest one known on Earth), spa, wellness, and
A couple of years ago, I helped fund Bluetech’s Kickstarter for Space-Hop Chronicles Vol. 1. The reward for my contribution was to include a remix of one of my songs.
This brings back fond memories of the beauty and delicious food of New Mexico. On that note, Fans Of Film near the Albequerque airport is not to be missed! Best
I regularly hunt for music that helps break through the background noise of everyday life, but also doesn’t stop me from reading with distracting sounds or words. I’ve been chiseling
Thom Brennan is a secret gem of the ambient music scene. Few artists make this much music that’s so fit for sleep — and I’m a very light sleeper. Highly
In celebration and preparation for a very spacey collaboration… Downtempo/chillout master Bluetech and postmodern guitarist Shane Cotee (In The Branches, The Adaptive) are merging their deepest spaced-out music experiments with
Summer Night by Bing Satellites