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  1. I've wanted to do this thread for a while. Drone music has many faces, but often hard to find. I've never read anything in this forum about it, except for an old thread where the discussion was more focused into explaining the difference between ambient and drone instead of sharing rare and astonishing drone pieces. Would be great if this thread turned into a nice thing worthy of his pretentious title! I'll start showing what I mean with awesome drone music (in different styles) Classic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FMfGLNrLvGA (sublime) Less classic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mP5DjYUCcUY (heart melting) Avant-garde: http://isakedberg.com/Λ.wav (fucking incredible) Anyone into this kind of stuff?
  2. https://lineimprint.bandcamp.com/album/earths-shadow good droney stuff. a lot of his tends towards experimental weirdness but this one doesn't go quote too far that way but still definitely comes from that place, just ends up a bit more emotional and open. haven't grabbed it yet, may wait til Bandcamp Friday (this upcoming Friday, i think?)
  3. Submersion - Momentum https://audio.submersion.info/album/momentum CD/DL Rerelease (Reworked Audio) | May 2021 01 Expansion of a Moment (20:32) 02 Discordance Congruence (15:01) 03 Light Filtering Through (15:00) 04 Accreted (17:59) 05 Accreted (Reprocess) (19:36) — Digital Bonus Synth / Effects Sound Collages Feedback Lake Shore Train Thunderstorms / Rain / Birds Night Insects Night Coyotes / Voices W/P by Justin Francazio Original audio (alternate version): 2012-2013 New arrangement, mixing, and mastering: April 2021 Accreted (Reprocess): April 2021 Momentum was originally released in 2014 as an experimental long-form digital album. 1:28:08 submersion.info soundcloud.com/submersion
  4. Half of Emptyset, Ginzburg releases an album of ambient drones on his own label. Should be interesteing.
  5. Myself (as Soloman Tump) and Stone Jaw followed up our 2020 split, and created a socially distanced collaborative dungeon synth/noise/drone/weird thing that we christened Clairvont. We each worked independently on layers of sound, not knowing what the other was preparing, only guided by a rough duration. Sounds like it could be a complete clusterfuck, right?! Well, actually it turned out to be semi-cohesive and it helped us come up with the project name and premise. We layered our sections, and with some simple volume / EQ control, The First was created.
  6. Free album to see out this year to forget. Music made from signals found from the far reaches of space. Forget about this world for a while and lose yourself in the void... Stay safe.
  7. Surprising compilation from German techno label Figure - ambient, downtempo, IDMish material from John Beltran, The 7th Plain (!), Ralf Hildenbeutel (!!!), Moritz von Oswald, Kangding Ray and more.
  8. Picked this up this week. New band for me, although they were active back in the last decade and broke up in 2008. This music is emotionally crushing - maybe not the sound you want to hear in current times. Still amazing. Boomkat describe it best. https://boomkat.com/products/going-places-390db797-a1cb-433d-ac4a-63aeb8652548
  9. Some ambient VZ10M synth stuff to help you pass the time until the new Autechre drops
  10. Seefeel founding member Mark Clifford releases an EP of scraping, singing guitar tone experiments today on ‘Playback EP’! Some fascinating textures and novel wrangling of harmonics for those who like to hear ostensibly familiar sounds from an oblique angle. Buy/Stream here: https://markclifford.bandcamp.com/album/playback-ep A video for the first track ‘Blue-Fi I: “The basic tracks for ‘Playback’ were recorded 15 years ago during a four hour session at Playback Studios in Brighton, and with a resident engineer more accustomed to recording Eastern European orchestras than experimental guitar music. It was a time in my life when I needed to break some emotional glass and the intensity of the sound in the studio succeeded in doing that. Over the following weeks I played around with the stems at home largely using a GRM Tools plugin. The tracks were kind of shelved with the intention of eventually finishing them as an album but this was never fully realised.”
  11. Submersion - Inward https://audio.submersion.info/album/inward CD/Digital 01 Inward I 02 Inward II 03 Inward III 04 Immerge 05 Angles 06 Inward IV 07 Oblique Motion 08 Eight Sound sources: Synth / Effects Feedback Radio Static Wind Waves Rain Thunderstorms Cicadas Traffic 1:09:20 W/P by Justin Francazio August - September 2020 Mastered by A.P at GS Mastering & Post audio.submersion.info submersion.info/store soundcloud.com/submersion
  12. Carl Sagan saying the word "billion" once during the first episode of Cosmos: A Personal Voyage, stretched to last one hour.
  13. So, so happy this finally has a digital release. Low-key synth & keyboard studio album by Swedish all-rounder Gustaf Dicksson. Limited edition of 300 copies with insert. From the early days of the found-sounds recordings (like the downright scary Unga Röster album and the hilarious Mandys Bil 7"), the homespun kitchen recordings/tape collages of the still-going Idiotmusik series to the more carefully elaborated and precise Leendet Från Helvetet and Knutna Nävar albums, the massive Livets Ord dropped like a bomb when it originally surfaced as a self-released cassette in 2018. Heavily based on synths and keyboards and clocking in on no less than close 70 minutes over 4 LP-sides, this is arguably THE epic album from the cluster around the Förlag För Fri Musik empire. Gustaf Dickssons' fascination for christianity/religious assemblies shines through once again, the title Livets Ord ("The word of life") derived from the Swedish free church/sect with the same name that was based in Uppsala between 1983-2013 and casting a pastoral shadow over the ambient music of the album. While dabbling with a long tradition of kosmische musik and private-pressed new age wonders, Blods now patented sound of a Björn Isfält-gone-sour still lingers throughout the entire recording. A cornerstone in contemporary Gothenburg underground music. Featuring guest appearances by Emelie Thulin and Jerker Jarold. Truly beautiful stuff, especially the 22min closer 'Ute Blaser Sommarvind' which has a wistful, life-affirming quality to it.
  14. https://kmru.bandcamp.com/album/peel One of the most compelling ambient albums I have heard in a LONG time. Despite his ambiance, KMRU has a style that is all his own. Very special.
  15. Boomkat: Limited to 100 copies. Volume 4 is perhaps the most unsettling and uncanny in the series so far, mirroring the latter stages of The Caretaker’s ‘Everywhere At The End Of Time’ series with what sounds like a trace echo of disembodied choral voices floating in and out of field recordings and found sounds coalescing in ghostly formation. As per usual, we’re not gonna attempt to guess any of the included material, except to say that to us it sounds like deepest drone, concrète and sound art deployed at an almost imperceptible BPM, with diffused obscurities merging into foley, industrial and phantasmagoric atmospheres and the kind of multi-layered chicanery this lot have become so effortlessly good at piecing together. I finally received my tape today. Sounds fantastic. Best in the series so far - the Caretaker reference is spot-on. It sold out on Boomkat within two hours but Sean Canty has one for a reasonable price on Discogs.
  16. Thanks to @joshuatxuk for this excellent heads-up. Originally released on limited edition cassette for BEER ON THE RUG in 2015. track 19 is an added bonus track from Catalog sessions not on original release This will go some way to keeping fans of Sweden's Axel Backman (1991) happy. This is misty-eyed ambient and new age nostalgia, catatonic, detuned idents and pre-internet graphical demo attract sequences. It's absolutely lovely.
  17. Out tomorrow. https://kasseljaeger.bandcamp.com/album/swamps-things
  18. https://donnachacostello.bandcamp.com/album/stay-perfectly-still "A new album of emotive ambient/repetitive/synth/drone music bein made with the Buchla Music Easel and some effects pedals. No overdubs, no looping, just honest recordings of live performances. Releases 18 September 2015" The 2 previewed tracks are beautiful, "Moment after moment" especially. LP pre-ordered.
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