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A Geometry of Shadows - A Scifi Music Adventure

posted Jul 26, 2017, 11:09 AM by Ron Charron   [ updated Jul 26, 2017, 11:12 AM ]


"A Sci-fi Musical Adventure played out in cinematic electronic music"



“Maybe you have to know the darkness before you can appreciate the light.” 
― Madeleine L'Engle, A Ring of Endless Light 

This Borders Edge Music compilation explores the shadows and contrasts between light and darkness, be it in the themes of the vastness of space, or in social, philosophical, or theological theatres.
 
Released July 25, 2017 

Featuring the music of Borders Edge Record projects: Sequential Dreams, The Roboter, Luna Firma, and Kuutana. 

Tracks: Krun Macula, The Frozen Fields of Hydra 
Luna Firma: New Horizons album 
Contributing Artists: Eric “the” Taylor, Kuutana 
© 2017 Luna Firma 

Track: Trans-Europa Infobahn 
The Roboter: Trans-Europa Infobahn album 
© 2013 The Roboter, Borders Edge Records 

Sequential Dreams: The Infinite Divide album 
Track: Angels at Hades Gates 
Composed and Performed by: Ron Charron 
Track: A Geometry of Shadows 
Composed and Performed by: Chris Pearre and Ron Charron 
© 2017 Sequential Dreams 

Kuutana: Rebirth album 
Track: Twilight Mist 
© 2015 Kuutana 

Sequential Dreams: L3G4CY album 
Track: Light Beyond the Abyss 
Composed and Performed by Kuutana 
© 2015 Kuutana 

Kuutana: Moonrise album 
Track: Stillness 
© 2013 Kuutana 

Original album image art © 2017 Linde Wegener (a.k.a. Siggi We) 

Album recorded and produced by Ron Charron for Borders Edge Records 
Mixed and mastered at Borders Edge Music Studio in Canada 
(P) 2017 Borders Edge Music 

Borders Edge Music would like to thank bordersedge.bandcamp.com Premium Subscribers Craig Shipley and Kurisotofu. We would also like to thank all subscribers for your continuing support!

Distant Sunrise - An Eclectronica Collection

posted Jul 26, 2017, 10:41 AM by Ron Charron   [ updated Jul 26, 2017, 11:12 AM ]

 
 "Melodic instrumental music ranging from spacy ambient, to progressive cinematic"




https://bordersedge.bandcamp.com/album/distant-sunrise

    The "Distant Sunrise" album is an eclectic compilation of electronic music, the Distant Sunrise compilation album features inspirational, melodic instrumental music ranging from spacy ambient, to progressive cinematic. 

Imagine a distant sunrise, from your favorite location on Earth, in space, or on a distant world..

Released July 18, 2017 

Compilation of tracks taken from these Borders Edge Records Albums 

Tracks: Albedo 0.6, New Horizon 
Luna Firma: New Horizons album 
Contributing Artists: Eric “the” Taylor, Kuutana 
© 2017 Luna Firma 

Track: Ocean Sunset Romance 
Kuutana: Undiscovered Shores album 
© 2013 Kuutana 

Sequential Dreams: Fantastic Stories album 
Track: I Can Remember The Rain 
Composed and performed by Ron Charron (a.k.a. Kuutana) 
© 2013 Sequential Dreams 

Sequential Dreams: Quantum Earth album 
Track: Fireflies in the Starlight (Kuutana
Track: Solar Sails (Chris Pearre, Kuutana) 
© 2014 Sequential Dreams 

Track: Distant Sunrise 
Sequential Dreams: The Infinite Divide album 
Composed and Performed by: Ron Charron 
© 2017 Sequential Dreams 

Track: A Day Like No Other 
Sequential Dreams: Legends album 
Contributing Artists: Kori l. Carothers, Ron Charron 
Session artists: Noah Wilding - vocals , Jeff Haynes - percussion, and Tom Eaton - bass 
Initial tracks produced by Will Ackerman and Tom Eaton, recorded and mixed by Tom Eaton at Imaginary Road Studios. Ron Charron composed and mixed-in layers of synthesizers, guitars, and final arrangements to both tracks to produce the final Sequential Dreams versions for this album. 
© 2016 Sequential Dreams 

Sequential Dreams: The Exodus Wave album 
Track: Booster Separation 
Contributing Artists: Bernhard Beibl, Arend Westra, Ron Charron 
Track: Countdown To Launch (Ron Charron) 
© 2017 Sequential Dreams 

Kuutana: Rebirth album 
Track: Morning Glory 
© 2015 Kuutana 

Album recorded and produced by Ron Charron for Borders Edge Records 
Mixed and mastered at Borders Edge Music Studio in Canada 
(P) 2017 Borders Edge Music 

Borders Edge Music would like to thank Borders Edge Premium Subscriber Craig Shipley. We would also like to thank all subscribers for your continuing support!

Minerva - Highlighting the women of the Sequential Dreams project

posted Jun 2, 2017, 5:35 AM by Ron Charron   [ updated Jun 2, 2017, 9:56 AM ]


Highlighting the work of the women of Sequential Dreams


https://bordersedge.bandcamp.com/album/minerva
    
    On this edition of Music from the Borders Edge we highlight the contributions of the women of Sequential Dreams.  Featured on radio.modul303.com starting June 2, 2017. Visit modul303.com/programm for schedule.

These talented electronic music composers are featured in this Borders Edge Music compilation album, with tracks chosen from recent Sequential Dreams projects albums.

Released June 2, 2017 

Original album cover artwork (c) 2017 Greta Heron (view profile), used with permission 

Track Credits: 

“Breath of Life” 
Featuring vocals by Carla Kihlstedt and Nelly Petkova 
Music composed by Arend Westra, and Ron Charron 
Taken from “The Infinite Divide” album by Sequential Dreams 

“Across Dimensions” 
Featuring the compositions of Clare McCarthy (of Altocirrus) 
Music also composed by Sean McCarthy, and Ron Charron 
Taken from the "Lost Dimensions" album by Sequential Dreams 

“A Day Like No Other” 
Featuring piano composed and performed by Kori L Carothers (view profile) and vocals from Noah Wielding
Piano, vocals, percussion and bass produced by Will Ackerman and Tom Eaton, recorded and mixed by Tom Eaton at Imaginary Road Studios.  
Kori Linae Carothers - Piano 
Noah Wilding - Vocals  
Jeff Haynes - Percussion  
Tom Eaton - Bass 
Ron Charron - keyboards, guitars, and arrangements specific to this Sequential Dreams track version. 
Taken from the “Legends” album by Sequential Dreams 
Other versions by Kori available at korilinaecarothers.bandcamp.com 

“Blue Galaxy” 
Featuring the Synth compositions of Celestial View 
Music also composed by Ron Charron (a.k.a. “Kuutana”) 
Taken from the “L3G4CY” album by Sequential Dreams 

“Kurenai” 
Featuring the compositions of Ryo Utasato (view profile)
Music also composed by Ron Charron 
Taken from the “Legends” album by Sequential Dreams 

“The Kindly Beast” 
Featuring piano composed and performed by Kori L Carothers 
Ron Charron - keyboards, guitars, and arrangements specific to this Sequential Dreams track version. 
Taken from the “Legends” album by Sequential Dreams 
Other versions by Kori available at korilinaecarothers.bandcamp.com 

“Liquid Fire” 
Featuring the compositions of Ryo Utasato 
Music also composed by Ron Charron 
Taken from the “Cosmic Touch” album by Sequential Dreams 

“The Cosmic Touch” 
Featuring the Synth compositions of Celestial View 
Music also composed by Ron Charron (a.k.a. “Kuutana”) 
Taken from the “Cosmic Touch” album by Sequential Dreams 

Mix and mastering by Ron Charron, Borders Edge Music. 
(c) 2015-2017 Sequential Dreams 
(P) Borders Edge Music 
Visit Bordersedge.com for more details, news, interviews, and more 

These tracks were compiled from the following Sequential Dreams albums 



High Voltage - Featuring Bernhard Beibl

posted May 30, 2017, 4:59 PM by Ron Charron   [ updated Jul 19, 2017, 4:46 PM ]


"Featuring the "High Voltage" contributions of guitarist and violinist Bernhard Beibl."


This Borders Edge Records Compilation features a selection of Electronic Rock tracks featuring the "High Voltage" contributions of guitarist and violinist Bernhard Beibl.

Released May 26, 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 berhardbeibl.com 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) 
CDs:
 

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


In Search of Forever - A Sequential Dreams Compilation

posted May 19, 2017, 11:30 AM by Ron Charron   [ updated May 19, 2017, 11:35 AM ]


The dream of eternity, life beyond the confines of our mortality. 
The theme has inspired humanity in all spheres of thought, 
from science, to religion and of course, music




This Berlin School of Electronic Music influenced compilation album features selected works from the Sequential Dreams project.

Featuring two previously unreleased tracks "Divide by Zero", and "The Fountain of Youth". 

Also, with selected tracks from these Sequential Dreams albums 

"The Infinite Divide"  (details)

"The Exodus wave" (details)

"Legends" (details)

"L3G4CY" (details)

All tracks composed by Ron Charron except "Subspace Breach" which also features guitar contributions by Bernhard Beibl. 

(c) 2016, 2017 Sequential Dreams 

Mixed, Mastered, and Produced by Ron Charron 
Borders Edge Studios, Canada 
bordersedge.com 
(P) 2017 A Borders Edge Records production 

We'd like to thank your premium subscriber Craig Shipley for his ongoing support of Borders Edge projects!

Released May 19, 2017 

Demo Series Vol 1 - Sequential Dreams

posted Apr 4, 2017, 6:28 AM by Ron Charron   [ updated Apr 4, 2017, 6:48 AM ]


Welcome to the Borders Edge Music Demo Series! 

Available only to Borders Edge Music subscribers (and occasional special offers) this series presents artist tracks from published albums, but in versions that never saw the light of day. These are the working demo versions, or a slice in time before they were polished off to create the final product. This series are for listeners interested in completing their collection and/or are interested in discovering artists’ working process. 

The first album in the Demo Series is titled “BEM Demo Series Vol 1 - Sequential Dreams” and features working demo selections from the Sequential Dreams project, with tracks from the Legends (2016), and The Exodus Wave (2017) albums. 

For listeners who are new to Sequential Dreams, this is a project founded by Borders Edge Music and Sequential Dreams founding member Ron Charron (a.k.a.: Kuutana). Over the course of the last several albums, the Sequential Dreams project has had a dozen featured artists over the years. The album development process usually starts off with one project member contributing a track, to which invited featured artist(s) contribute layers. These additional instrumental layers and then mixed into the base track to create a new finished product. Sometimes, pretty significant rearranging can take place and the track can take a distinct flavour of its own. The Demo Series gives the listener an opportunity to explore significantly different versions of the original ideas behind the tracks. 


Track 1: Event Horizon 
Previously published in final form on the “Legends” album, this working demo version was the original track contribution by Ron Charron. Missing from this demo version are former Tangerine Dream guitarist’s Bernhard Beibl creative guitar work including effects such as using an electric drill on his Ibanez! However, in its earlier form (this demo included in this album) the backing synths in sections with the missing guitars are more present. 

Track 2: Mojave Midnight 
Previously published in final form on the “Legends” album (2016), this working demo version was the original track contribution by Ron Charron. Missing from this demo version are former Tangerine Dream guitarist’s Bernhard Beibl melodic and rhythmic guitar work. However, in its earlier form (this demo included in this album) the backing synths in sections with the missing guitars are more present. Additionally, some e-Guitars used by Ron on the demo can be heard here, but were later removed for the Legends album version. 

Track 3: Telemetry 
Previously published in final form on “The Exodus Wave” album (2017), this working demo version was the original track contribution by Ron Charron. Missing from this demo version are former Tangerine Dream guitarist’s Bernhard Beibl powerful guitar chords, riffs and leads. However, in its earlier form (this demo included in this album), Ron composed and performed some eGuitars on the demo can be heard here, but were later removed for the Exodus Wave album version. 

Track 4: Mission to Shangri-La 
Previously published in final form on the “Legends” album (2016), this working demo version was the original track contribution by Ron Charron. Missing from this demo version are former Tangerine Dream guitarist’s Bernhard Beibl violin and guitar. However, in its earlier form (this demo included in this album) the backing synths in sections with the missing guitars are more present. Additionally, some e-Guitars used by Ron on the demo can be heard here, but were later removed for the Legends album version. 


Track 5: Booster Separation 
Previously published in final form on “The Exodus Wave” album (2017), this working demo version was the original track contribution by Arend Westra and Ron Charron. Missing from this demo version are former Tangerine Dream guitarist’s Bernhard Beibl eBow and powerful guitar chords, riffs and leads. However, in its earlier form (this demo included in this album), Arend and Ron composed and performed some eGuitars on the demo which can be heard here, but were later removed for the Exodus Wave album version. The synthesizers and arrangements of the mid-section where significantly re-arranged and re-composed to better fit in with Beibl’s guitars in the Exodus Wave version. This working demo version has the original synthesizer sequences and pads, which are noticeably different. 


Track 6: Canyon Oasis 
Previously published in final form on the “Legends” album (2016), this working demo version was the original track contribution by Ron Charron. Missing from this demo version are former Tangerine Dream guitarist’s Bernhard Beibl chords, riffs, and guitar leads. However, in its earlier form (this demo included in this album) the backing synths in sections with the missing guitars are more present. Additionally, a few e-Guitars used by Ron on the demo can be heard here, but were later removed for the Legends album version. 

Track 7: Pleaiadian Prophecy 
Previously published in final form on “The Exodus Wave” album (2017), this working demo version was the original track contribution by Chris Pearre (a.k.a.: “Synthesist”) and Ron Charron. Missing from this demo version are former Tangerine Dream guitarist’s Bernhard Beibl powerful guitar chords, riffs and leads. However, in its earlier form (this demo included in this album), Ron composed and performed some eGuitars on the demo which can be heard here, but were later removed for the Exodus Wave album version. The synthesizers and arrangements of the first third of the track where significantly re-arranged and re-composed to better fit in with Beibl’s guitars in the Exodus Wave version. This working demo version has the original synthesizer sequences and pads, which are noticeably different. 

Track 8: The Electric Monk 
Previously published in final form on the “Legends” album (2016), this working demo version was the original track contribution by Ron Charron. Missing from this demo version are former Tangerine Dream guitarist’s Bernhard Beibl powerful guitar chords, riffs and leads. However, in its earlier form (this demo included in this album) the backing synths in sections with the missing guitars are more present. Additionally, some e-Guitars used by Ron on the demo can be heard here, but were later removed for the Legends album version. 

Track 9: Subspace Breach 
Previously published in final form on “The Exodus Wave” album (2017), this working demo version was the original track contribution by Ron Charron. Missing from this demo version are former Tangerine Dream guitarist’s Bernhard Beibl powerful guitar chords, riffs and leads. However, in its earlier form (this demo included in this album), Ron composed and performed some eGuitars on the demo can be heard here, but were later removed for the Exodus Wave album version.
credits
released January 11, 2017 

Album Artists: 
Ron Charron: Synthesizers, arrangements, guitars 
Chris Pearre: Synthesizers 
Arend Westra: Synthesizers 

This album was produced, mixed, and mastered by Ron Charron at Borders Edge Music Studios in Canada. 
All materials (P) © 2016 Borders Edge Music 
The Exodus Wave album cover photo Front Cover © 2014 Christian Kortum 
Legends album cover photo © 2016 Andreas Schwietzke 

The final production Legends and The Exodus Wave albums can be found here on Bandcamp: sequentialdreams.bandcamp.com 


Visit bordersedge.com for more album information, news, interviews, and links to other albums mentioned.

Twilight Mist

posted Sep 15, 2016, 1:19 PM by Ron Charron   [ updated Sep 17, 2016, 6:44 PM ]


"Deep relaxation and sleep friendly music 
with a selection of tracks from The Color of Sleep and Kuutana projects"



http://www.cdbaby.com/Artist/RonCharron

    Modern day life, rush to wake up, rush to go to work, rush back home, and try to squeeze a few hours for your self. No wonder that when it comes to slow things down and get ready for sleep, you find yourself eyes wide open unable to settle down and rest.

This ambient music compilation was put together to help with deep relaxation and sleep with a selection of tracks from The Color of Sleep and Kuutana projects.

You can find this and other Borders Edge Music compilation albums at bordersedge.bancamp.com where you can become a subscriber and get several albums on sign-up and get any new Borders Edge Music compilations at no extra charge as they are released.
You can also preview now and buy (download) at our CD Baby store

Also read more about the music in this, and other Borders Edge Productions at BordersEdge.com

You can listen to this compilation album's radio launch on "The Borders Edge Special" show on www.modul303.com
during this album's early release stage.
Starting Friday Sep 16, 19h CET, 18h UK, 1 pm ET/US, 11am PT/US and again
Saturday 8am ET/US, 1pm UK, 14h CET, and
Sunday  Midnight ET/US, 9pm PT/US, 6am CET, 5am UK
and again at 8am ET/US, 14h CET, 13h UK,
Then Tuesday 6pm E/US, 3pm PT/US, 11pm UK
Wednesday Midnight CET
credits
released September 5, 2016

All titles were composed, arranged, performed, mixed, and mastered by Ron Charron under the project names "The Color of Sleep" and "Kuutana"

NOTE: THIS IS A COMPILATION ALBUM
You can find the tracks in this album and many similar tracks by following the following links for these Borders Edge Music productions.

Track#, Title, Project Name (featured musician), Album name

Track# 1 - Twilight Mist, Kuutana, Rebirth
Track# 2 - TwilightBlue IV, Twilight Blue, The Color of Sleep
Track# 3 - After the Rain, Kuutana, Moonrise
Track# 4 - Luna, Kuutana, Serenity
Track# 5 - Morning Star, Kuutana, Serenity
Track# 6 - Dawn, Kuutana, Dreamscapes Vol 1

Altered Timelines

posted Sep 8, 2016, 3:55 PM by Ron Charron   [ updated Sep 8, 2016, 4:07 PM ]


"The titles for this compilation of instrumental cinematic electronic music 
were chosen with Time Travel as the inspiring theme"



    What if you took an extra minute before heading out for the day, or if you had chosen to turn left instead of right at that turn? A timeline is created by every such decision. But what if you had the power to journey into time and start making changes? What would be the full ramifications?

The titles for this compilation of instrumental cinematic electronic music were chosen with Time Travel as the inspiring theme.

"Altered Timelines" is a compilation of music from these projects: The Roboter, Sequential Dreams, Sundown Cafe, and Starship Trooper.

You can find this and other Borders Edge Music compilation albums at bordersedge.bancamp.com where you can become a subscriber and get 7 full hour albums on sign-up and get any new Borders Edge Music compilations at no extra charge as they are released.

If you aren't a subscriber and wish to listen to samples or buy/download the album, visit the album page on CD BABY

You can listen to this compilation album's radio launch on "The Borders Edge Special" show on www.modul303.com
during this album's early release stage.
Starting Friday Sep 9, 19h CET, 18h UK, 1 pm ET/US, 11am PT/US and again
Saturday 8am ET/US, 1pm UK, 14h CET, and
Sunday August 28 Midnight ET/US, 9pm PT/US, 6am CET, 5am UK
and again at 8am ET/US, 14h CET, 13h UK,
Then Tuesday 6pm E/US, 3pm PT/US, 11pm UK
Wednesday Midnight CET
credits
released September 2, 2016

All titles were composed, arranged, performed, mixed, and mastered by Ron Charron under different project names, except for the track "Mysterious Vibes" from the project Sundown Cafe, which was a collaboration with Austrian musician Celestial View.

NOTE: THIS IS A COMPILATION ALBUM
You can find most of the tracks in this album by following the links for these Borders Edge Music productions. "Time Fractures" under "The Roboter" project, is a new, previously unreleased track.

Track#, Title, Project Name (featured musician), Album name

Track# 01 - Altered Timelines, The Roboter, The Motoko Files: Cyber Prophecy
Track# 02 - Time Fractures, The Roboter, Previously Unreleased
Track# 03 - Journey to the Heart of Time, Sequential Dreams, Lost Dimensions
Track# 04 - Mysterious Vibes, Sundown Cafe (Celestial View), Close to Your Heart
Track# 05 - Spacewalk, Sequential Dreams, Aurora
Track# 06 - Solar Storm, Sequential Dreams, Aurora
Track# 07- Alignment, Sequential Dreams, Aurora
Track# 08 - Collider, Sequential Dreams, Aurora
Track# 09 - The Wheel of Life, Starship Trooper

Mona Lisa Overdrive

posted Sep 3, 2016, 5:59 AM by Ron Charron   [ updated Sep 10, 2016, 2:21 PM ]


"Mona Lisa Overdrive" as inspired by sci-fi author William Gibson, is a musical tribute to the authors who have spun synthetic stories throughout the decades.  


From the earliest "Mechanical Men", to Robots, and Cybernetic entities such as Androids, the blending of synthetic and organic life has been woven into the fabric of Science-Fiction. This album, titled "Mona Lisa Overdrive" as inspired by sci-fi author William Gibson, is a musical tribute to the authors who have spun synthetic stories throughout the decades. 

Appropriate to the desired sound ambiance, a selection of tracks from The Roboter and Sequential Dreams have been taken from the Borders Edge Records vaults. 


You can listen to this compilation album's radio launch on "The Borders Edge Special" show on www.modul303.com 
during this album's early release stage. 
Starting Friday Sep 2, 19h CET, 18h UK, 1 pm ET/US, 11am PT/US and again 
Saturday 8am ET/US, 1pm UK, 14h CET, and 
Sunday August 28 Midnight ET/US, 9pm PT/US, 6am CET, 5am UK 
and again at 8am ET/US, 14h CET, 13h UK, 
Then Tuesday 6pm E/US, 3pm PT/US, 11pm UK 
Wednesday Midnight CET
credits
released August 26, 2016 

IMPORTANT NOTE: THIS IS A COMPILATION ALBUM (of previously released tracks) - You can find more artist and album information below. 

Track# / Track Title / Artist / Album where initially published 

1. Aftermath, The Roboter, Trans-Europa Infobahn 
2. The Transwarp Incident, Sequential Dreams, Fantastic Stories 
3. Quantum Earth, Sequential Dreams (Celestial View, Kuutana), Quantum Earth 
4. Mona Lisa Overdrive, The Roboter, Trans-Europa Infobahn 
5. Restore from Cloud, The Roboter, The Motoko Files: Cyber Prophecy 
6. Crosstalk, The Roboter, The Motoko Files: Cyber Prophecy 
7. Cyber Command, The Roboter, The Motoko Files: Cyber Prophecy 
8. Tin Man, The Roboter, Trans-Europa Infobahn 
9. On the Run, The Roboter, The Motoko Files: Cyber Prophecy 
10. War Machines, The Roboter, Trans-Europa Infobahn 
11. Fantastic Stories, Sequential Dreams, Fantastic Stories 
12. Platinum Prophet, The Roboter, The Motoko Files: Cyber Prophecy 
13. Infiltrator, The Roboter, Trans-Europa Infobahn 
14. Underground Attack, The Roboter, The Motoko Files: Cyber Prophecy 
15. Descendants, Sequential Dreams, Lost Dimensions 

Album Image Artwork (c) Andreas Schwietzke 

Sourced from these original Borders Edge Records productions: 


We invite you to visit www.bordersedge.com/radio for more information on this album and other albums in the series.

The Singing Bells of Mars

posted Aug 26, 2016, 4:21 AM by Ron Charron   [ updated Aug 28, 2016, 5:43 AM ]

An Electronic Space Rock "Sci-fi Music" Compilation celebrating the theme of "Mars" 


http://www.cdbaby.com/Artist/RonCharron

    Much ink has been laid down to paper by Science Fiction writers throughout the years on the subject of our close celestial neighbour: Mars. Shrouded in mystery and legend, many authors have depicted either long extinct civilisations, or even possibly civilisations which my still survive but hidden to our attempts at locating. 

This Electronic Space Rock compilation album celebrates the Martian theme and is titled "The Singing Bells of Mars".  On this album you will find a selection of tracks which have that give the right mood for an inner voyage to Mars, where you fill in the scenes with your music induced imagery.

Artists on this compilation include The Roboter, Sequential Dreams, with guest artist Kori L Carothers, and The Color of Sleep to close the set.

You can find this and other Borders Edge Music compilation albums at bordersedge.bancamp.com where you can become a subscriber and get 7 full hour albums on sign-up and get any new Borders Edge Music compilations at no extra charge as they are released. 

You can listen to this compilation album's radio launch on "The Borders Edge Special" show on www.modul303.com 
during this album's early release stage. 
Starting Sunday August 28 Midnight ET/US, 9pm PT/US, 6am CET, 5am UK 
and again at 8am ET/US, 14h CET, 13h UK, 
Then Tuesday 6pm E/US, 3pm PT/US, 11pm UK 
Wednesday Midnight CET 
Friday 19h CET, 18h UK, 1 pm ET/US, 11am PT/US


IMPORTANT NOTE: THIS IS A COMPILATION ALBUM (of previously released tracks) - You can find more artist and album information below
Track# / Track Title / Project (Featured Artist)/ Album where initially published 
1. Like Tears in Rain, The Roboter, The Motoko Files: Cyber Prophecy 
2. Red Planet, The Roboter, Trans-Europa Infobahn 
3. The Singing Bells of Mars, Sequential Dreams, Fantastic Stories 
4. I Can Remember the Rain, Sequential Dreams, Fantastic Stories 
5. Legacy, Sequential Dreams, L3G4CY 
6. The Kindly Beast, Sequential Dreams (Kori L Carothers), Legends 
7. Approaching Galactic Core, Sequential Dreams, Fantastic Stories 
8. Secure Positions, The Roboter, The Motoko Files: Cyber Prophecy 
9. CloudWhite I, The Color of Sleep, Cloud White 

Album Image Artwork (c) Andreas Schwietzke 

Canadian composer and Borders Edge Records founder Ron Charron composes, performs, and produces under the above project names. Where featured/guest artists are included, they are shown above in parentheses following the project name.

Sourced from these original Borders Edge Records productions: 

We invite you to visit www.bordersedge.com/radio for more information on this album and other albums in the series.

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