Biophon present a remastered edition of Biosphere’s The Hilvarenbeek Recordings, originally released in 2016.
Review from A Strangely Isolated Place: “‘As The Sun Kissed The Horizon’ is one of my favorite Biosphere tracks. It’s a recording of (what to me sounds like) the empty fields after a bustling summer’s day, as the sun slowly sets and people leave for home. It reminds me of my summer’s youth, and every time I listen, I picture myself in that exact field, the same field I spent my summers playing football in, hanging with friends and generally enjoying my childhood. Music has the power to reinvigorate lost memories and despite me never hearing this until years later, this track brings back memories every time Biosphere’s The Hilvarenbeek Recordings capture a similar emotional response. Across the eight pieces, we’re treated to a similar summer’s day in ‘tSchop. Biosphere is known for his field recordings, but they are sometimes lost amongst his more electronic productions, or in some instances, slightly too focused on extremely obscure sounds. This album is the perfect middle-ground and defines the Biosphere I enjoy the most. A subtle mixture of beautiful ambient formed from some of nature’s finest textures — sounds that have the power to transport you from your own relatable experiences.”