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  • #16






    Those are some gems of borderline 'ambient' (in my opinion) music, enjoy.

    And I'd really like some of the things people have already shared, thanks guys! :D

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    • #17


      I happen to love Charlie Clouser's work both in Nine Inch Nails and also as a film composer and though much of what he does falls under industrial, check out his work from the Saw movies, some dark ambient tones going on
      https://soundcloud.com/negativespectrum

      My record label
      http://xenomorphrecords.bandcamp.com/

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      • #18




        One of my favourite bands and a massive inspiration on my death metal style definitely have ambient influences going on, the triple album "Evinta" is well worth checking out, no guitars or drums
        https://soundcloud.com/negativespectrum

        My record label
        http://xenomorphrecords.bandcamp.com/

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        • #19
          oh my...an avalanche of cool recommendations! looking into Charlie Clouser at the moment - keep the posts coming! There must be more music from the borderlands out there... :biggrin:
          www.soundcloud.com/phoenstorm

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          • #20
            Originally posted by mikkha76 View Post
            One of my favourite bands and a massive inspiration on my death metal style definitely have ambient influences going on, the triple album "Evinta" is well worth checking out, no guitars or drums
            Big MDB fan here as well, been listening to them ever since the "As The Flower Withers" days. They really came into their own with "Turn Loose The Swans" though.
            "The only thing that means a thing in the end is what you loved, and who you loved, and you let it take you home..."

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Pyne View Post
              Originally posted by mikkha76 View Post
              One of my favourite bands and a massive inspiration on my death metal style definitely have ambient influences going on, the triple album "Evinta" is well worth checking out, no guitars or drums
              Big MDB fan here as well, been listening to them ever since the "As The Flower Withers" days. They really came into their own with "Turn Loose The Swans" though.
              Totally agree, As the flower withers and the "Symphonaire" EP are when i first heard MDB, i love this band and still havent seen them live
              https://soundcloud.com/negativespectrum

              My record label
              http://xenomorphrecords.bandcamp.com/

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              • #22
                some interesting music. metal might be even further from me than Rush :eek: question: why is it still considered metal-anything, if there's not a guitar to be found in the studio & basically an all-out orchestral score?

                On a different I stumbled across this recently: it's quiet, relaxed, but not quite as simple as it sounds. Reminded me to explore (slightly) different time signatures:




                glimpes of live-setup here:




                more music, (this track in better quality) can be found on Daniel Jorgensen's soundcloud:
                https://soundcloud.com/uplandmusic
                www.soundcloud.com/phoenstorm

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                • #23
                  Today is a stunningly beautiful day. Needs some "Endless Summer" by Fennesz...Shiseido to be precise:
                  www.soundcloud.com/phoenstorm

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                  • #24
                    always enjoyable: Hammock

                    www.soundcloud.com/phoenstorm

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                    • #25
                      Jocelyn Pook - Masked Ball

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                        • #27
                          someone has labeled the Jocelyn Pook video as a copyright infringement and I can't access it here...will have to look for it elsewhere..."Orphan's Lament" is stunning! Thanks for posting this.
                          www.soundcloud.com/phoenstorm

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                          • #28
                            https://soundcloud.com/jespis

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                            • #29
                              Hangs...can be very nice Here's some glorified elevator music by the Portico Quartet.


                              I liked the band, that is until I saw them live; let's say one of the more disappointing concerts
                              www.soundcloud.com/phoenstorm

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                              • #30
                                had the pleasure to see a dj/live set featuring hans joachim roedelius today. impressive. here's just one track from a massive discography going back to the pioneering days of electronic music...cluster & so on.

                                www.soundcloud.com/phoenstorm

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