The Space Between The Worlds by Jean-Marc Lederman
1/ Enter the Dragonette
2/ The Dark Frontier
3/ Map of the World
4/ Experimenting A Little Chaos
6/ Chunkey Monkey
8/ The Kitchen Door Is Open
9/ The Italian Job
10/ Strong Expectations
11/ Triplets Are Better Than Twins
12/ A Darker Snare
13/ The Man From Oslo
14/ Exit the Dragonette
"The Space Between The World" is loosely based on a strange event that happened to me on Wimbledon Common, back in the days.
As I relaxed on the grass, I could hear one bird singing on my left and another bird replying to my right. I began concentrating on this exchange. After a few seconds, the "stereo signal" seemed to rush to the center to become a single signal. Then suddenly I heard a gigantic rumbling noise, like the world was opening and ready to plunge into a different dimension. It scared me and I forced myself to "wake up". Probably it was only self-hypnosis, but still it left quite an impression on me.
This album kind of mimics that experience by offering hard, abrasive sounds alternating with lighter moments. See it as a kind of experiment in which the listener bounces from heavy soundscapes to lighter ambiances.
Composed and compiled from an idea by Sven Visterin, who suggested that I try to portray this event in sounds.
released July 14, 2017
All tracks composed, performed and arranged by Jean-Marc Lederman 2017