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Learning to Fly: Midnight Airship's Second Album

posted Nov 10, 2020, 12:11 PM by Ron Charron   [ updated Nov 10, 2020, 12:12 PM ]

 Learning to Fly
An introduction by composer and songwriter, Ron Charron

    Six years ago, Borders Edge music released a Pink Floyd inspired album under the project named Midnight Airship. The album was named A River Once Flowed Here. It was an all instrumental album, with tracks included in a number of Borders Edge Compilations.
Today, I am pleased to introduce Midnight Airship’s second album, titled: “Learning to Fly”.  Four years in in the making, and unlike Midnight Airship’s first album, a few tracks include lyrics inspired by some of more emotion inducing moments of recent history.  

Purple Twilight Lyrics

Purple twilight sunshine bounces off a sea of green 
An orange sunset sky meets up
Reminds me where we’ve been 
Gentle and caressing winds relax into a breeze 
Caressing ever softly as your touch join in a dream
Just as with the first album, Learning to Fly is also heavily influenced by the Pink Floyd sound. It is also influenced by some of woven social commentary, introduced by the Floyd in its middle to late years.  As the world goes through hardships and heartbreak thrown upon it by the global pandemic and political unrest, there is a growing yearning for hope. Hope that this is just a passing phase (as Roger Waters put it). However, it’s through collective thinking, and willing for peace and hope that it is given a chance to emerge from the darkness and reveal itself into the light. 

I’ll share with you a few interesting facts about the album, which starts out with a track called Purple Twilight. It’s an interesting fact that I am also an avid fan of the German band Tangerine Dream and that not very long before the release of Midnight Airships’ Learning to Fly album, a Tangerine Dream album by the name of Pilots of Purple Twilight was released. In fact, the song was given birth nearly four years before the Tangerine Dream album was released. Interesting how coincidences can occur! Purple Twilight lyrics give a nod to the psychedelic era, where care for worldly concerns occasionally gave way to poetic expression of experiences felt and breathing in the present moment.

Crazy Days Lyrics

A darkened haze of torpid lies  
Dismiss the waves of human cries 
Enforced by steel and money 
Eyes wide shut we take the prize  
Church of truth on your handheld phone
Feed guiding thoughts from distant thrones 
Words made true while you site at home 
Thanks for your money  

Taking a hard turn into more recent events, the second track, called Crazy Days, weaves words which present some of the harsher realities of present times. You’ll notice a few sound bytes from influential  speakers punctuate the pulsating sequences of guitar and bass patterns. You may also notice some familiar guitar and synthesizer sounds, also borrowed from memories of countless years of listening to albums the like of Wish you were here, Animals, and The Wall.
The third track, For Whom the Bell Tolls, sings in an instrumental voice only, the complaints of the heart and soul, as the human condition faces the hardships of its own mortality.

In track 4, Dark Star Rising, a certain political persona was in mind, though to be fair, it’s like darkness and a bit of madness took hold of the world these last few years, not wanting to let go. The darkness and insanity but also cries for it to stop, and for the better angel part intrinsic to everyone’s soul. So many cries to stop the madness and to live and let live.

After the rather dark passages of Dark Star Rising, the fifth track called “From Black to Blue” celebrates our home planet Earth. Despite what gray clouds we can create for ourselves, stopping the clock to just appreciate the beauty of our home world and nature can be the best pos

Lost in a Dream Lyrics

On the shores of Riace,  
Down by the Sea 
Where children once played,  
No longer to be 

When quiet walks on winding roads,  
And sea breeze and the sunshine fade away 
When your roots are just some ancient words,
Elders every day can’t stop to say  

Lost in a Dream I see children at play  
Lost in a Dream I hear laughter and say  
Lost in a Dream All those tanks go away  
Lost in a Dream All those bombs go away
sible medicine for the soul.

And finally, in the sixth and last track of the album, “Lost in a Dream” a collaboration track with Arend Westra, starts out with pulsating synth sequences which rise over ocean waves as the lyrics of the song have us remember the hardships of those fleeing the hardships of their native lands and searching for a better world, for them and their children. A call to remember what is important and let go of the fear and anger that leads to war, drive the message along with highly driven electric guitars pulsing in rhythm with synthesizer arpeggios and driving bass lines and percussion.

 About the Album Cover
 I had the pleasure of having German artist Greta Heron let me use some of her lovely artwork on the Minerva album. For Learning to Fly, I was pleased when she accepted my request to shape an image I had envisioned. She did a great job of turning it into the album cover used for the final release of the album. It's awesome how imagination can shape art, and Greta keeps imagining and drawing personae and landscapes which help nourish the imagination. 

 Ending Words

 I hope you will enjoy the Learning to Fly album. It took four years to develop, mix and master into the album we'd love for you to listen and enjoy!

You can listen and download here on our Bandcamp page. The album will also find its way on most streaming and downloading outlets worldwide.

Ron Charron,
Somewhere in Canada's National Capital Area, November 11, 2020.

Red - Hot new single with Kori l Carothers and Kuutana

posted Mar 8, 2019, 4:22 AM by Ron Charron   [ updated Mar 8, 2019, 4:22 AM ]

Writes Kori: <<
I have been working with Electronic Artist Kuutana on several projects. This song I wrote feeling inspired by elements in my own life. I thought about asking him to work with me on it, and he really did a fantastic job bringing in many elements to the song. 


Extended from an original track written by Kori Linae Carothers 
Kori Linae Carothers - Synths, programming 
Kuutana - Synthesizers, guitars, arrangements 
Final mix and mastering by Ron Charron, Borders Edge Records (c) 2016 Kori Linae Carothers, Ron Charron

Read Kori's interview on her participation in the making of Sequential Dream's Legends album

Metamorphic Waves by Sequential Dreams

posted Sep 14, 2017, 1:28 PM by Ron Charron   [ updated Nov 11, 2017, 1:54 PM ]

Album cover artwork by Siggi We


<< Be prepared to be blown away by the latest Sequential Dreams release Metamorphic Waves, 
this release is highly recommended for lovers of space rock & Berlin School>> 

<< Ambient Electronic Rock loaded with the memories of TD in their Force Majeure era >> 
 Synth&Sequences review excerpt comparing to music of Tangerine Dream (TD):  Sequential Dreams "Metamorphic Waves"  written by Stephane Lupari

<< "Metamorphic Waves": A splendid forthcoming album that just oooooozes the synthonic texture of olde 'Tangerine Dream' 
... Hawke Rating: 10/10 Well done!!!!!!!!!" >> 
 Harborough FM in the UK's radio show host Terry James Hawke upon a pre-release audition of the upcoming Sequential Dreams "Metamorphic Waves"  

Metamorphic Waves by Sequential Dreams is the next all-new material album of classic era TD-style synths, sequences, and guitars. 
This album is a personal project by Sequential Dreams founder Ron Charron, who composed, performed, mixed and mastered all tracks on the album.

Like the Sequential Dreams page on Facebook for updates.  

About this album

Classic Synthesizer and Sequencer instrumental music with shades of underlying prog rock in a Berlin-School influence base. A must for fans of the classic-era TD style music! 

During the late 70s and early 80s, there was a time when the use of synthesizers helped to create a new kind of music. For some artists and bands, these new sounds were a way to widen the sonic palette as applied to styles such as progressive rock and also give birth to such styles as ambient and soundscape music. Certainly, synthesizers were adopted by many film score producers as a vehicle of choice for creating a rich musical backdrop to enhance the mood or drama in scenes. One such band, out of Germany, became a reference in this area. The band was called Tangerine Dream. Of course, the 80s turned into the 90s, and then the 2000’s and beyond. However those early days are when the synthesizer and sequencer driven music stood out so clearly from what have ever been produced before. Metamorphic Waves, this album, takes its influences from what some call the “classic age” of Synthesizer/Sequencer music. 

The Submariners - Excerpt

The name of the album “Metamorphic Waves” alludes to a music that engages in morphic behaviour. Though there may be the appearance of repetition, which inevitably is a trait of sequencer-style music, the sequences travel through an ever-changing backdrop of soundscapes, vocalizations, pads, and drama enhancing effects. 
Track titles, and the ordering of tracks and associated moods, find their influence in the album composer’s explorations of the writings of William Brinkley, in particular, his novel called “The Last Ship” written in 1988. The Last Ship tells the story of a United States Navy guided missile destroyer, the fictional USS Nathan James (DDG-80), on patrol in the Barents Sea during a brief, full-scale nuclear war between the United States and the Soviet Union. It details the ship's ensuing search for a new home for her crew. 

Lovers of “space rock”, prog-rock, Berlin School electronic, and instrumental soundtracks should love this album. This one is for you!

Metamorphic Waves Reviews

  • Journeyscapes Review of Metamorphic Waves Review by Candice Michelle November 10, 2017        Metamorphic Waves is the latest album from Sequential Dreams, one of several recording aliases of Canada-based electronic music composer Ron Charron. The tenth installment in the Sequential Dreams series, Metamorphic Waves was particularly inspired by Tangerine Dream’s Force Majeure era, expounding on the band’s late 70’s and early 80’s signature electronic music style – much to the extent that this album often convincingly sounds like it was recorded on the very same equipment! Comprised of six compositions spanning a little over an hour, each piece ranges from approximately nine to twelve minutes in length, with Ron incorporating various elements of ambient, Berlin-school, progressive rock and electronic space music ...
    Posted Nov 11, 2017, 7:26 AM by Ron Charron
  • Synth&Sequences Review - Metamorphic Waves SEQUENTIAL DREAMS: Metamorphic Waves (2017)“With some solid and very catch E-Rock filled of nice winks to the period of Tangerine Dream's Force Majeure, this album  acts like the best and the most personal one from Ron Charron”1 The Last Ship 9:002 Beyond Darkness 11:383 The Submariners 9:364 The Search 10:085 The Island 11:446 Antarctica Base 10:20Sequential Dreams (CD/DDL 62:26) ****½(Electronic Rock & Berlin School)This time, Ron Charron laid the foundations of “Metamorphic Waves” alone. No collaboration coming from the 4 corners of the planet and that suits him very well. I would even dare to move forward that this last album of ...
    Posted Nov 11, 2017, 6:48 AM by Ron Charron
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Closing Words: Make Peace, not War. Save lives, don't take them.
The Last Ship theme is about survival of the human race. Let's not make the mistakes described in the William Brinkley novel. We owe it to our children, and their children.

"The Submariners" - Metamorphic Waves Album by Sequential Dreams

Get The Limited-Availability CD Now! 
Choose the Mega-Bundle option for 7 hours of music! Mega-Bundle CD offer includes the limited edition Metamorphic Waves album CD PLUS  6 digital download albums compiled for the Metamorphic Waves track themes and include artists:
Bernhard Beibl, Kuutana ( Ron Charron), Johan Tronestam, Chris Pearre Synthesist), Kori L Carothers, Luna Firma (with Eric "the" Taylor), Dave Davis, Sundown Cafe (with Celestial View), The Color of Sleep, Starship Trooper

Sequences#116 starts with tracks "The Last Ship" and "Antarctica Base" of the Metamorphic Waves album.
Composite image above, by Mick Garlick, show host of Sequences Magazine. 

More Sequential Dreams Albums

  • The Infinite Divide
    Posted Apr 14, 2017, 5:12 AM by Ron Charron
  • Exodus Wave
    Posted Dec 23, 2016, 4:26 PM by Ron Charron
  • Legends
    Posted Jul 17, 2016, 2:03 PM by Ron Charron
  • Lost Dimensions
    Posted May 30, 2016, 6:06 PM by Ron Charron
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High Voltage (Feat. Bernhard Beibl)

posted Aug 14, 2017, 4:17 AM by Ron Charron   [ updated Aug 14, 2017, 4:32 AM ]

Electronic Rock featuring the "High Voltage" contributions of guitarist and violinist Bernhard Beibl

Digital Downloads available: CD BabyAmazoniTunes, and more
This Sequential Dreams special compilation album features a selection of Electronic Rock tracks featuring the "High Voltage" contributions of guitarist and violinist Bernhard Beibl. 

Released 2017 

Bernhard Beibl was born and raised close to Vienna, Austria. 
After learning violin for 8 years he added playing guitar at the age of 14. 
He studied Jazz-Guitar at Joseph Haydn Conservatory Eisenstadt, Austria with Gerald Gradwohl were he graduated with distinction. 
Guitarist of Tangerine Dream 2006-2014 
Guitarist and Violinist on Sequential Dreams projects 2016 and 2017. 
Visit for news and information. 

Other artists featured on this album 
Ron Charron: All tracks, Synthesizers, Guitars, Arrangements 
Chris Pearre: Keyboards/Synths on "Pleadian Prophecy" 
Arend Westra: Keyboards/Synths on "Booster Separation" 

Writes Owen Maxwell, in a review for Ottawa Magazine (printed magazine) June 2, 2017
 << Those killer instrumental albums can be the perfect soundtrack to a movie you haven't seen yet but will make up as you listen. "Telemetry" bubbles with electric mystery as it pushes forth into different dark and brooding frontiers, but with the ever-shrieking guitar, it always has a sense of raw power in its drive that makes it feel like fun retro music but somehow new. Like a dawn, "Event Horizon" breathes with hope and wonder like a rising sun and not the black hole its title suggests, but as it moves into more prog electronics and organs a heavier overtone starts to take shape setting the mood for the wailing and exploring path the song soon follows. Moving straight to a scoring tone "Subspace Breach" ripples with electric drive, fluttering like a futuristic X-Files theme, before the guitars shift it to a more 80's sci-fi feeling that once again places it somewhere between nostalgia and a new discovery. Going high and low, "Mission To Shangri-La" pushes its bass rumbles to allow cascading synth lines to take shape around it, even at times shifting to more emulative sounds that suggest actions taking place, and creating an audio narrative in the process. >>

Tracks from this compilation album were selected from these Sequential Dreams albums also available on Bandcamp: 
"The Exodus Wave" (2017) 
"Legends" (2016) 

Albums mixed and produced by Ron Charron at Borders Edge Studios in Canada 
(c) 2016, 2017 Sequential Dreams 
(P) Borders Edge Records for more details, reviews, interviews, and information. 
Album Cover Photo (c) Andreas Müller

Sequential Dreams - The Infinite Divide

posted Apr 1, 2017, 8:51 AM by Ron Charron   [ updated Sep 24, 2017, 8:11 AM ]

"A celebration of Synthesizer and Sequencer driven 
Cinematic Electronic Rock music
as inspired by the pioneers of the "Berlin-School of Electronic Music" 
movement of the late '70s and it's electronic rock descendents of the '80s and '90s"

"A good fusion between Pink Floyd and the gang of Froese, Franke and Baumann 
in an approach which transcends the works of Sequential Dreams up to here"

Released April 6, 2017
Be one of the few to get the limited-run CDs!
Also available at CD Baby, Amazon, iTunes, and many more

The Infinite Divide Album Reviews

  • Remote Skies' George Miler Reviews The Infinte Divide A thought provoking essay by Remote Skies' George Miler on the theme and music of The Infinite Divide album by Sequential Dreamsby George Miler, Remote Skies - Reviewed April 2017Visit Store(CD soon also available on Ricochet Dreams catalog!)Back to main album page1 A Geometry of Shadows 9:352 Angels at Hades Gates 6:353 Breath of Life 6:194 Dark Energy 8:475 Eternity in a Moment 4:156 In Search of Forever 5:557 Glittering C-Beams 5:178 The Deconstruction of Falling Stars 5:489 The Einstein-Rosen Bridge 6:2310 Distant Sunrise 4:17Sequential Dreams (CD/DDL 63:03) ****¼(Electronic Rock & Berlin School ...
    Posted Apr 22, 2017, 5:59 AM by Ron Charron
  • Synth&Sequences Reviews The Infinite Divide by Sequential Dreams “A good fusion between Pink Floyd and the gang of Froese, Franke and Baumann in an approach which transcends the works of Sequential Dreams up to here" Sylvain Lupari, Synth&Sequences Review, April 2017VISIT STORE (soon also available on Ricochet Dreams catalog!)Back to main album pageSEQUENTIAL DREAMS: The Infinite Divide (2017) by Sylvain Lupari, Synth & Sequences - Reviewed April 2017“This has to be the most achieved work of Sequential Dreams which finally blend all those eras of Tangerine Dream into a complete sonic veil which floats for all those who want more of TD”1 A Geometry of Shadows 9:352 Angels at Hades Gates 6:353 Breath of Life 6:194 Dark Energy ...
    Posted Apr 20, 2017, 2:13 PM by Ron Charron
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Released April 6, 2017

Following the release of "The Exodus Wave" album in Jan 2017, Sequential Dreams decided to produce a "sister album" with material strongly inspired from the late '70s and early '80s productions of "Berlin-School of Electronic Music" pioneers.

The Infinite Divide album by Sequential Dreams (teaser 1)

"The Infinite Divide" is this album. In continuation of the exploration of Sci-Fi inspired themes, but in this album, also the philosophical theme of "dualism" - this album presents itself with two core personalities: Berlin-School inspired electronic music, and that of instrumental cinematic electronic rock as often heard in  Sci-Fi cinematic and video game productions.

Angels at Hades Gates on The Infinite Divide album (teaser 2)

Get ready for a great adventure in music!

Follow us on our Facebook page to keep up-to-date as we near the release of this album!

Visit our page on Bandcamp to listen and buy previous Sequential Dreams albums.

Be one of the few to get the limited-run CDs!

Borders Edge Records also distributes on these fine stores: Amazon, Apple iTunes, CD Baby, Google Play, Richochet Dream, Groove, Rhapsody, eMusic, and many more. 

You may also be interested in our previous album, "The Exodus Wave" released Jan 1, 2017:

 And releasing in November 2017:  "Metamorphic Waves"

Sequential Dreams - The Exodus Wave

posted Dec 21, 2016, 2:44 PM by Ron Charron   [ updated Jun 3, 2017, 5:01 AM ]

"For Lovers of Classic Age of Electronic Music Sequencers 
and Synthesizers and Cinematic Electronic Progressive Rock"

Also available at CD Baby, Amazon, iTunes, and many more

Composite image Mick Garlick, Sequences Electronic Podcast - Listen to Podcast# 101

Starting Jan 1, 2017 -  Bandcamp, iTunes, Ricochet Dream, CD Baby, Amazon

You may also be interested in the follow-up album "The Infinite Divide"  released April 7th, 2017

    The Exodus Wave album is the Sequential Dreams project’s eighth album release. Running at 79 minutes and 14 tracks, this Berlin-School of electronic music inspired instrumental cinematic electronic progressive rock album should appeal to lovers of classic electronic synthesizer sequences, rich ambio-tronic effects, layered melodic and harmonic pads and leads. Add rich guitar riffs and rhythms of former Tangerine Dream guitarist Bernhard Beibl and you’re set for a revival of some of the moods that defined an era and still inspire today. 

The album also features guests artists Chris Pearre (a.k.a.: Synthesist - California) and Arend Westra (Eagle Synth - Netherlands) for an international cast. The Exodus Wave theme was conceived by Sequential Dreams and Borders Edge Records founder Ron Charron (a.k.a.: Kuutana - from Canada) who composes and performs keys, synthesizers on all tracks as well additional guitars. 

Excerpt from "Telemetry" from "The Exodus Wave" album

Excerpt from "Pleiadian Prophecy" from "The Exodus Wave" album

Excerpt from "Booster Separation" from "The Exodus Wave" album

Luna Firma - New Horizons

posted Oct 22, 2016, 12:15 PM by Ron Charron   [ updated Dec 4, 2016, 10:14 AM ]

“New Horizons is above all for the music lovers of 
deep cosmic atmospheres where the frontiers of 
Brian Eno and Vangelis go pretty well together”

Available at 
    Bandcamp   CD Baby Google Play  Amazon and many more!

   Themed after NASA’s “New Horizons” space mission to Pluto and the outer solar system, this second Luna Firma album paints a musical tapestry of soundscapes and melodies to accompany you on your own trip to the far reaches Sol’s reach.

Luna Firma "New Horizons" Album Reviews

  • Luna Firma - New Horizons album reviewed by Synth&Sequences “New Horizons is above all for the music lovers of deep cosmic atmospheres where the frontiers of Brian Eno and Vangelis go pretty well together”Sylvain Lupari, Synth & SequencesVisit Store“New Horizons” is the 2nd album of Luna Firma, a Canadian-American duet made up of Kuutana (Ron Charron) and of the New York guitarist Eric "the" Taylor. Inspired by the spatial mission of the same name which explored the planet Pluto in the summer of 2015, “New Horizons” surfs on the influences of Vangelis. Master on board of his sonic shuttle, Ron Charron who multiplies the big diversity of his label Borders Edge Music, puts in synthesis the collection of field recordings amassed by Eric Taylor, plunging “New ...
    Posted Nov 20, 2016, 1:18 PM by Ron Charron
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“Swelling harmonic synthesizer melodies evolve slowly over a bed of rich ambient soundscapes” is a fast way to say that “New Horizons” album by Luna Firma was composed with much attention to bringing you, the listener, into a state of exploration along themes of the NASA space mission. Tracks are themed along mission lines and discoveries made during the probe’s amazing journey to Pluto and beyond.

This year also saw the introduction of a new album by Vangelis called “Rosetta” - also themed after a NASA mission of that name. If you liked that album you may very well enjoy this latest album by Luna Firma!

Composed and Performed by Kuutana and Eric "the" Taylor
Album mixed and mastered at Borders Edge Studios, Canada.

(c) 2016 Luna Firma, all rights reserved
(P) 2016 Borders Edge Music

Album image cover credits: NASA, JPL 

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Luna Firma "New Horizons" and "Falling Towards Atlantis" albums nominated for the 2016 German Schallwelle Preis Awards of Electronic Music

New Horizons (Title Track)

Sequential Dreams - Legends

posted Mar 26, 2016, 6:57 AM by Ron Charron   [ updated Feb 19, 2017, 3:57 AM ]

“Legends” unfolds like a science fiction thriller full of exciting twists and turns, delivering an exhilarating listening reward of interstellar adventure! 
~Candice Michelle June 3, 2016 (for Journeyscapes Radio)
"Legends" is Sequential Dream's seventh LP album- Released June 2016
Original album artwork by Andreas Schwietzke. Composite image by Mick Garlick, Sequences Magazine

Album cover image artwork by Andreas Schwietzke

Sequential Dreams - Legends Album Reviews

  • Synth&Sequences Reviews Legends "An album which crosses easily the limits between electronic rock, New Age and some perfumes of Berlin School from the Tangerine Dream's best years..."Description of the track "Event Horizon" from the Synth&Sequences June 2016 review of Sequential Dreams "Legends"Listen/Buy  1 Mission to Shangri-La 6:122 A Day Like no Other 4:223 Kurenai 8:404 Through the Looking Glass 8:385 Event Horizon 5:45 6 Canyon Oasis 8:157 Mojave Midnight 7:258 The Kindly Beast 3:449 The Electric Monk 9:5210 The Big Apple 5:4411 One Giant Leap 7:54Sequential Dreams (CD/DDL 76:34) ****(Electronic Rock)After a solid ...
    Posted Jun 19, 2016, 2:00 PM by Ron Charron
  • Journeyscapes Radio Reviews Legends “Legends” unfolds like a science fiction thriller full of exciting twists and turns, delivering an exhilarating listening reward of interstellar adventure! ~Candice Michelle June 3, 2016    “Legends” is the seventh album from Sequential Dreams, an electronic musical project by Kuutana who has also released more ambient solo works, as well as a chillout musical project titled Sundown Café. Also contributing to this album is ex-Tangerine Dream guitarist Bernhard Beibl on guitar and violin, as well as Ryo Utasato on synthesizer-arrangements, with piano contributions by Kori Linae Carothers on a couple of tracks. Comprised of eleven compositions spanning nearly eighty minutes total, “Legends” takes the listener on a thematic musical excursion inspired by individual tales.Opening the album is ...
    Posted Jun 4, 2016, 2:53 PM by Ron Charron
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Sequential Dreams "Legends" - Album Teaser#1

Sequential Dreams "Legends" - Album Teaser#2

Luna Firma - Falling Towards Atlantis

posted Feb 2, 2016, 4:49 PM by Ron Charron   [ updated Dec 4, 2016, 10:17 AM ]

<< The debut release from Luna Firma, the duo of Kuutana and Eric “the” Taylor, is a graceful, narrative-driven album filled with small sounds and vivid aural imagery >>

Review and Commentary

  • Falling Towards Atlantis - Hypnagogue Review << The debut release from Luna Firma, the duo of Kuutana and Eric “the” Taylor, is a graceful, narrative-driven album filled with small sounds and vivid aural imagery >>Hypnagogue ReviewsSome quotes from the review of the the Luna Firma "Falling Towards Atlantis" debut album:“Between Me and the Sea” sets the scene with wave sounds and shimmering tones, then brings in piano to open the vista. The backdrop is both fluid and dreamlike, and a nice dose of echo gives it dimension""I’ve listened to Falling Toward Atlantis a good number of times, and I’ve lost track of how many times I’ve lost track of time while listening."To Read the full review, visit the article ...
    Posted Dec 1, 2016, 1:48 PM by Ron Charron
  • Essay by George Miler - Inspired by Luna Firma's "Falling Towards Atlantis"  With permission, we've reposted this essay written by scholar and writer George Miler, inspired by Luna Firma's "Falling Towards Atlantis".  Ambient Soundscapes  are wonderful companions to the creative process. It's our pleasure to share you this listener experience.There Are Adventures and There Are…Other AdventuresThe long swells coming in off the Cronian Sea – which is now called the Atlantic – crashes on the white sand with the same familiar carrump-whoosh that I have heard in other lives. It is a comforting sound. It says that after all, the doings of the little creatures that scuttle on her shores on sail on her side blue expanse are nothing much to her. But she means a lot ...
    Posted Feb 13, 2016, 6:05 AM by Ron Charron
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Luna Firma's "Falling Towards Atlantis"

"Falling Towards Atlantis" is Luna Firma's first album. 
An album featuring gentle soundscapes with music intended as an "audio film" where you can fill-in the images with your imagination. 
Relaxing, but with a sense of adventure as you gradually find your way to the lost underwater city of Atlantis.
A collaboration featuring Eric the Taylor, and 
All tracks composed and performed by Eric the Taylor, and Kuutana .
Track "Glass Bottom Boat" features Brannon Hungness (on glass)

Album cover artwork by Andreas Schwietzke

You may also be interested in the follow-up album, "New Horizons"

Sequential Dreams - Lost Dimensions

posted Dec 8, 2015, 2:27 PM by Ron Charron   [ updated Dec 4, 2016, 10:46 AM ]

"... Simply exhilarating ... inescapable to the fans of Tangerine Dream, all periods aimed "
  1. Journey to the Heart of Time 22:52
  2. Across Dimensions (Altocirrus, Kuutana) 15:22
  3. One Thousand Years (Johan Tronestam, Kuutana) 06:00
  4. Arrival Point (Synthesist, Kuutana)05:27
  5. Distant Signals (David Bruce Davis, Kuutana) 05:27
  6. Brave New World 07:25
  7. Descendants 14:04

Album Preview

Site Links for the Composers 

Altocirrus (on Across Dimensions)

Johan Tronestam (on One Thousand Years)

Synthesist - Chris Pearre (on Arrival Point)

David Bruce Davis  (on Distant Signals)

Contributing composers and performers: 
Kuutana, Altocirrus, Johan Tronestam, Synthesist, David Bruce Davis 
See track information for more details. 

Mixed and mastered at Borders Edge Studios in Canada 
A Borders Edge Records productions 
See also for compilation albums. 

The album cover art is titled “Robinson Crusoe 3015” - original digital art by Andreas Schwietzke and used with permission for this album. 
Lost Dimensions

 “Lost Dimensions” is Sequential Dreams’ sixth album. The album is inspired by the sci-fi concept of a time traveller that escapes imminent danger to Earth by travelling one thousand years into the future. 
Most tracks evolve through many stages ranging spacy intros and breaks, progressive synthesizer driven sequences overlaid with multiple layers of evolving melodies and themes making for rich textured soundscapes. 
“Lost Dimensions” is a collaborative album with teamwork including contributing artists from Canada, Finland, Ireland, and the USA and is a truly international production. Each contributing artist has released many solo or other collaborative albums under other projects and bring their experience and passion to this album. 

Music from Sequential Dreams and its contributing artists is played regularly on both FM and Web radios worldwide. You are invited to visit for news, or on facebook at  or all things Sequential Dreams on this site.

Track Descriptions 

Journey to the Heart of Time 
Facing imminent disaster here on Earth, a time machine is build to use newly developed applications of quantum teleportation. Preparations are made for a "Journey to the Heart of Time" 
(Composed and Performed by Kuutana) 

Across Dimensions 
As the time traveler's capsule crosses the quantum threshold, a kaleidoscope of dimensions appear. Any change in phase and the capsule could emerge in an unknown dimension. 
(Composed and Performed by Altocirrus and Kuutana) 

One Thousand Years 
Maintaining quantum phase integrity, the time capsule emerges a thousand years into the future. 
(Composed and Performed by Johan Tronestam and Kuutana) 

Arrival Point 
Earth, a thousand years into the future. Many years after the projected meteor collision that would have decimated most life shortly after embarking on the journey. 
(Composed and Performed by Synthesist (Chris Pearre) and Kuutana) 

Distant Signals 
Having set up shelter in the remains of the time capsule and after adapting to the strange new wildlife and surroundings of this new Earth, the traveler starts capturing signals which seem to be emanating from Mars 
(Composed and Performed by David Bruce Davis and Kuutana) 

Brave New World 
Communications with an colony settled on Mars led to a local team of Martian archeologists preparing to visit the traveler. 
(Composed and Performed by Kuutana) 

Evolution was taken into hand by early Martian colonies. With resources thinning out, the Earthers needed to adapt their physiology to their new home planet. The traveler was amazed to see how much change took place over the course of a millennia. Was he now the sole human being in the Galaxy? 
(Composed and Performed by Kuutana)

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