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  • Ambire Seiche
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  • synkrotron
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    Some marvellous and inspirational stuff here, for sure.

    One thing I find is, with the whole genre thing... Sometimes we tend to try and box things up and sometimes it's all just a little bit subjective don't you think?


    I'm glad to see Huun Huur Tu in here. I often watch the concert they played at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley. It's on youtube. I love their instruments and that throat singing stuff :D

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  • ian
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    perhaps my favorite solo piano work. the soundtrack to hell. very minimal, quiet, contemplative stuff.... captures the raw depths of depression in seven short pieces.

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  • Ambire Seiche
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    I came across this "20+-minute drone-ified version of Black Sabbath’s “War Pigs”" a bit ago. Definitely don't have to be a metal head to enjoy, it retains the more psychedelic side of Sabbath - the sound is a lot closer to early VU.

    http://www.nyctaper.com/2016/09/bach...gs-raleigh-nc/

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  • magnesson
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    Originally posted by phoenstorm View Post
    drone metal? ambient black metal? I don't know, but to me it's quite pseudo-ambient and worth a listen:

    adian baker is a big influence on me should be able to notice on some of my more fuzzed out pieces

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  • Tuonela
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    Ah, Nadja, love it. It was hearing them/him, and Barn Owl, that helped get me started making my weird rackets. Oh, and a guy called 36. :listening:

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  • phoenstorm
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    drone metal? ambient black metal? I don't know, but to me it's quite pseudo-ambient and worth a listen:

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  • Valerio
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    A lot of great music in this topic!

    I would suggest:


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  • Ambire Seiche
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    I've been listening to a lot of recordings on Ubu lately, such as http://www.ubu.com/sound/satie.html and finding the Pianoless Vexations interesting, tracks 9 & 14 among my favs. I'm tempted to try something like this, after sampling a recording of Bach recently.

    re: Machinarium - I love the soundtrack for Botanicula too, I think anything Amanita puts out is pretty great.

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  • Ahornberg
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    I love this game!

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  • phoenstorm
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    Lest this thread fall in disrepair:



    from the soundtrack of the rusty robot adventure 'Machinarium'
    produced by Tomas Dvorak

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  • Ahornberg
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    great ideas for ambient instruments and sounds:

    https://youtu.be/c__xzSfQA5g

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  • Ahornberg
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    the ambient track starts at 18:05 ... :listening:

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  • Ahornberg
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    https://youtu.be/shuiJqQDIzA

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  • phoenstorm
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    Thanks Ahornberg...cool links, very fascinating! So, this has vocals, admittedly. But then this is the pseudo-ambient exploration thread Maybe a bit too saccharine...but interesting & Apparat is always worth at least one listen.

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