Posts Tagged ambient

New track from Nils Frahm

Yes, I’m still here! Just popping back to share this new track from Nils Frahm off his upcoming new album “Spaces” which is released on November 18th on Erased Tapes records. I was lucky enough to catch him performing live in Leeds a few months ago and I recollect him playing this and just blowing […]

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Blanck Mass

For fans of – Eluvium, Stars of the Lid, Tim Hecker Benjamin John Power is one half of noisy electronic duo Fuck Buttons, but from this, his first solo effort, you wouldn’t necessarily guess that fact. This, although still mainly electronic in nature, is a much more sombre introspective affair. He says that he is […]

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What the Heck(er)?

Tim Hecker – Ravedeath, 1972 (Kranky) Drone is not a genre of music I am that familiar with, in the past when I have heard tracks described as such (and it’s a pretty self-explanatory genre name) they have not really held my attention for more than a few minutes. Eluvium’s “Talk Amongst The Trees” is […]

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30 Days of Music: Day 10 – A Song That Makes You Fall Asleep

Eluvium – Indoor Swimming at the Space Station A third of the way there folks! I felt this category could be looked at in two ways, the bad; a song that bores me so much I fall asleep, or the good; a song that relaxes and soothes me to the point where I drop off. […]

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Taking it Sloooooooow

If somebody suggested that a great new piece of atmospheric music could be created by just massively slowing down another piece of already existing music you’d say they might have gone slightly bonkers. But, remarkably, in this case they’d be right! Soundcloud user Birdfeeder has taken the classic John Williams theme to Jurassic Park and […]

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