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Posts Tagged ‘ambient’

Oneohtrix Point Never – Nobody Here

I don’t really know how he managed to get Chris De Burgh to sound so good. Madness

oOoOO – Burnout Eyess

Paranoid beats from with haunting melodies and vocals at a super snail’s pace. Wicked stuff from some dude in San Francisco. Listen and then buy…

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D1 – Underground Orchestra

I found this on D1’s Myspace when trying (and failing) to find the name of another of his new tracks that I’ve been hearing on radio a fair bit recently. Top stuff as usual but something a little different on this track with no beats in sight and lots of atmospheric pads. Lovely

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The Field – The Deal

Beautiful ambient techno from Sweden’s The Field. The whole album this is taken from, “From Here We Go Sublime”, is incredible and I’d really recommend picking it up. I still haven’t checked out 2009’s “Yesterday and Today” but gotta pick that up very soon as this lot is right up my street

Burzum – Rundgang Um Die Transzendentale Säule Der Singularität

OK, bear with me on this one. When I started this blog I thought about posting up metal tunes and decided against it as I’m well aware that it might scare a few people off, even if it is a type of music that I love.

This tune is from infamous Norwegian black metal arist Burzum AKA Varg Vikernes taken from his Filosofem album. He’s kind of a cult figure and completely not a nice bloke but, sadly, he made incredible music before he decided to go round killing people and generally being a naughty boy. The black metal tag is probably a bit unfair for most of this album as a lot of it does share similarities with ambient music, albeit ambient stuff with incredibly distorted guitars and live drums. If you’re willing to take a chance then check the album out, specifically the track Dunkleheit which is absolutely amazing.

For those who are scared by guitars here’s part of a 25 minute(!) electronic piece from the album. It doesn’t do much but it somehow works

Burzum – Filosofem