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Posts Tagged ‘ambient’

Norunoua: “Chrysalis” – swirling into inter-winding sonic tangles

Mannie Cutean started the experimental project ‘Norunoua’ from the suburbs of Detroit. As a live set started to evolve with an APC and a Maschine, Steve Cotton a longtime friend from grade school, joined in on synth guitar ...


Dadanaut takes listeners into small daydreams

Dadanaut is a dadaistic memory unit for memories and special moments. Both things that can be forgotten or overlooked too fast in the noise of everyday’s life. His main task is thus to save. Therefore, one could call him a m...



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Naro: “The Captain” – continuously building in emotion

Naro, is a composer, music technologist (she earned a Master of Music in Music Technology from New York University), videographer and graphic designer based in New York. She has just released an album “The Captain”,...



illrecur: “Ellipticon” a journey of sonically uncharted territory

illrecur [‘il-ri-‘kər] is an American music project and pseudonym, founded in 1997 and adopted by Jeremy Allen Pursell. As its main producer, singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist, Pursell is the only official m...


Rawzilk: “It” – a slow otherworldly tonal blanket!

If you have heard last year’s single “Dolls”, you at least have an idea what to expect with Rawzilk. He produces music filled with colorful and eerie synth washes, hip-hop flavored beats, and downright ethereal vocals. Ra...



Ketil Lien: ‘Exosphere’ – ethereal, beautiful and unique

Wim is the brainchild of Ketil Lien, born and raised in Trondheim, Norway. Wim who initially was inspired by Jean Michel Jarre, is a producer of electronic music in various genres such as Ambient, New Age, Chillout and Cinemat...


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Keith Richie: “Ambient Highways” – combines ambient music with cinematic soundscapes

Sometimes, just sometimes, you could do with a little less talent. If you are too good, too soon in your career, you might never improve your status, because you’re already at the top. That’s the first thing that came t...


Bass Extractor: “Heartbeat” is a beautiful album that surprises you

Bass Extractor is the project of Norwegian artist, Fredrik Espedal who plays guitar and piano, although he mainly uses FL Studio 12 to compose his music. Bass Extractor has already released 4 albums and 1 single. Explaining the...



Amorph: “Dreiundzwanzig” – is the epitome of the post-rock sound done right

Founded in 2005, Amorph, the five -piece Swiss band are trying to break conventional musical structures, leaning towards amorphous tendencies. They are predominantly a post-rock band, moving through a wide range of styles and g...


Aminita Satori: “Where Language Fails” – artistically complex but accessible to the average ear

Originally from Chicago, Aminita Satori enjoyed a successful career producing soundtracks on major TV ad campaigns, for companies like McDonald’s, Budweiser, and Verizon. After a decade in the advertising world, Aminita gre...