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Posts Tagged ‘ambient’

Stefan Schulzki – “Lightness” – mesmerizes to the point of trance

For all intents and purposes Stefan Schulzki can be labeled a rather eclectic creative artist. He completed studies in composition, film music, sound design, and piano. Since 2001 he has been working as a freelance composer and...


Forest Robots – “After Geography” – subtle moods and emotional depths

“After Geography” is the fourth Forest Robots full-length album following, 2018’s ‘Supermoon Moonlight Part I’ and ‘Timberline And Mountain Crest’, as well as 2019’s ‘Times When I Know You’ll Watch T...



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Matthew J Van Howe – “Emergent Narrative” – a soundtrack to a mindset and a mood

You could call this ambient, experimental, drone, avant-garde, cinematic or simply electronic music, the fact is “Emergent Narrative”, is so impactful it’s like it’s its own genre. It’s as if some new musi...



Mortinus – “Star Chariot (Yellow Odyssey)” and “Oceania” – a calm authority and quiet modesty

As the months pass slowly into years, it becomes increasingly plain to all concerned that Danish electronic music producer, Mortinus is taking his craft very seriously. He has been extraordinarily prolific and has maintained a...


Ambrose – “Without a Word” – a great deal of thought and intentionality is put into every note

Ambrose is one of those unusual musical composers you rarely come across via the mainstream media. Her work is never trite or clumsy and it always sparkles with personal genius. She never panders to modern trends or seeks to re...



Francesco Mariano transits from meditative ambient to high energy electronica in flawless, graceful and majestic ways

A Conservatory graduated musician and composer, Francesco Mariano plays double bass, flute, guitar and synths in his own compositions which blend various styles, including ambient, new age, soundtrack and electronic music. Mari...


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J Tizzle: “The Chill Zone Vol 3” – includes all of the essential factors needed

As living things, we need a steady supply of certain ingredients to survive. In music, the formula is undeniably similar. A song requires both rhythm and pitch. For the musically hungrier amongst us, these ingredients are not e...


Art Tawanghar: “Buddha Lounge 3 Chill – New Age California” – Everything within its leaps and bounds is quite remarkable!

Art Tawanghar is a genius when it comes to chill, ambient and New Age influenced music. I have been listening to him for a while, and his music seems to be like eating your favorite gourmet meal, you just can’t get enough...



Nishit Gajjar’s EP Album ‘Oblivion Messages’ is an interesting journey which will keep the listener attentive and engrossed

Creative Producer and Electronic Music Composer Nishit Gajjar’s new EP Album ‘Oblivion Messages’ is rather a unique blend of Ambient, Post Rock and the New Age genre. The flow in each track is sometimes linear, partly dis...


Maki: ‘Atlas Hacked EPreview’ – carefully pushing his own boundaries

The bottom line with Maki’s music is that it doesn’t hit you from the outside, to make you realize it’s good. His music pulls something from within you that’s already there. He manages to influence your natural biorhyth...