Here it is, highly honed and happening for YOU. On his weekly Celsius Drop show, dublab co-founder Frosty guides you through an exploration of the vast Future Roots music spectrum. Tune-in to grasp your destiny.
This week, Frosty welcomed special guest Daniel Lentz onto the dublab airwaves. Lentz is a California based composer whose luminous work is totally transformative. He shared recordings and talked with Frosty about the inspiration behind the sounds he brings into the universe.
All compositions by Daniel Lentz:
“Slow Motion Mirror” from Altered Images (Cold Blue Music / 1981)
“Funke” live at Brandeis University. Composed for the Paul Horn Quintet but never played by them (Unreleased / 1966)
“Postludium” from Missa Umbrarum (New Albion / 1985)
”The Crack in the Bell” from The Crack in the Bell (Angel Records / 1987)
“Totoka” from Apologetica (New Albion / 1997)
“Beginning of Strings” from the Illuminated Manuscript series (Private collection / circa 2004-05)
“33,000 BC sound library” (virtual performance demo version by Bradford Ellis) from Cathedralès de Mystères (Forthcoming)
“River of 1,000 Streams” featuring Vicki Ray on piano from River of 1,000 Streams (Cold Blue Music / 2017)
Photograph above by Medeighnia Westwick. Images below from Lentz’s Illuminated Manuscript series.