Often, it’s a struggle to let go of the day and allow yourself to drift to sleep. Using soft musical tones, I create lullabies that guide your mind and body to relax and fully melt into a deep, restful sleep.
As a teenager, I checked out every book the library had to offer on lucid dreaming (in other words, dreams where you’re aware that you’re dreaming). I’ve long found that binaural beats and other subtle sounds create the ideal backdrop for exploring the territory of our dreams.
Scientifically tuned and ancient frequencies are employed to promote ease, rest and relaxation
Acoustic instruments like piano and hand pan gently call the soul to dream land
Subtle Binaural Beat Frequencies create an immersive soundtrack for Lucid Dreaming
Open the heart and melt the barriers between waking and dreaming states.
Each album is designed so that you can press play as you lay your head down on your pillow. Eight-plus hours of music will help you slip into sleep, carry you through a full night’s rest, and gently awaken you the following day.
The Dream Cycles
Carefully crafted for seekers looking to dive deeper into their dreams, this eight-and-a-half-hour-long album begins with a blend of musical tones and binaural beats to help you drift off. It then shifts to long periods of silence and whisper-quiet soundscapes to aid in the cycles of deep sleep. An extended session during the third phase of sleep serves to promote lucid dreaming. The album closes with a gently unfolding piece of music on the piano, emerging slowly from the lucid dream suite to guide you through the hazy, ethereal moments that precede waking up.
Quiescent spirits you off on a journey through a meditative dreamland. The album is an eight-hour-long soundtrack patterned after the four sleep cycles. The music lulls you into slumber, provides nourishment for deeper sleep, and then gently steers you back to wakefulness.
This album can be played in its entirety during a full night’s sleep or listened to while practicing yoga or meditation, relaxing, or simply being.
Sleep Concerts: Resting in Community
Since 2016, I have performed several Sleep and Dream concerts, both in-person and online.
These long-form soundscape performances last from late at night until early the next morning, over roughly eight hours. Using a variety of instruments, I create an immersive, supportive sonic environment where participants can let go and experience the soothing nature of deep rest.
Over our eight hours together, I combine music with a gentle sea of ambient field recordings and soft tones. Each performance is unique, evolving in response to the participants and their shared experience.
During sleep concerts, we explore a variety of themes, including rebirth, the liminal space between stages of wakefulness, and the edges of audibility.
Sleep Concert at fidget March, 2016 (Philadelphia, US). Photo by Megan Bridge.