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  1. The Wye Valley is among my favourite routes in the British Isles. Starting in Chepstow & calling at Tintern, Monmouth & Abergavenny, before finishing over the Black Mountains in Hay, the journey takes in rivers, mossy ruins, mountain valleys + diverse fauna and flora. Invoking the unhurried mystery & peace of mind these locations inspire, a harmonic-heavy soundscape designed for stress reduction, reflection & calm. Harold Budd - Madrigals Of The Rose Angel Joanna Brouk - The Space Between Ned Lagin - Seastones Long Distance Poison - Signal 1 (Drew McDowall Remix) Charlemagne Palestine - Strumming For Strings Ilta Hämärä - Kuvitteellinen Alkuperä Grateful Dead - What's Become of the Baby Rumblin_Cynth_Rampo - Passage Colin Stetson - Reborn Daphne Oram - Conclusion
  2. When the background static of the world seeps & creeps in beyond specific thresholds, music offers a release unlike anything else. Soothing analog tones leading to rich unfolding harmonics, prescription free. *No copyright pings included https://soundcloud.com/cwmbran-city/triggers-emotions-thoughts-images-sensations
  3. New bits, olde bits & new/olde bits, there's just about everything here. The ambient soundscapes of Harold Budd, Biosphere & Luc Ferrari, experimental explorations by La Monte Young, Alvin Lucier & Terry Riley, with a trajectory set to the outer limits for full meditations with Robert Ashley, Jon Hassel, Brian Eno & Weather Report. All spiced oop with some NASA sounds, get it down you. Track-list soon: https://soundcloud.com/cwmbran-city/invocation-of-ffawydden
  4. Greetings WATMMers, I used to post here regularly as Yage and Emoticon back in the day, around 10 years ago. I produced ambient/electronica music as 'Emoticon' and had several net EPs released on the now defunct net labels Suicide In Installments and Meep. Whilst I've been absent from producing ambient music for a while (having mostly been producing dub reggae as 'Crucial Steve'), I have recently returned to ambient production. As a result, I'm pleased to announce the (self) release of my debut album "We Have Flame", featuring ambient tracks from 2003 to 2012. It is out next month (Jan 2013) on CD (I'm pressing 50 copies) and available to buy from next month for just £6 plus postage. Listen to the promotional clip on youtube: http://youtu.be/6peSJiBlJYY Any feedback would be most appreciated. To place your order, PM me or email me using the address in the youtube video.
  5. "Darla is pleased to offer a new record of string quartets by Harold Budd. Bandits of Stature is a first as it comprises 14 compact Budd composed string quartets played by the Formalist Quartet." "Harold Budd is a one-of-a-kind, modern neo-classical artist with a career spanning 40 years. Bandits of Stature has the characteristic Budd minimalism one may expect, yet in new, or classical, form. On Bandits of Stature, he has created 14 elegantly simple, avant-garde string quartets, each with his own unique and subtle tension and abstraction and sometimes-pastoral but as-often otherworldly mood shining through. This is also Budd's most melancholic work ever. It is a work that can only come from an artist with such unique vision and maturity as he. Whether deep dark or bright light, the listener is as always transcended to an enlightened state within the balance of empty space and substance, presented at times with wistful nostalgia, often with great idealism and persistently with love and beauty." "From the classic Brian Eno and Robin Guthrie-produced Harold Budd records, lush with studio-as-instrument creativity and singular ethereal guitar work respectively, up to his most recent album In The Mist, Harold's piano is always recognizable within the first three notes of any song. His style is just that unique. That same melancholic, thoughtful style is present as well in the Budd composed string quartets on Bandits of Stature. He effortlessly manifests more feeling in one album than most artists do over the course of a decade, gives at least as much attention to the negative space as to each phrase and as always exercises a sense of economy in which less is a great deal more." "All Music Guide calls Harold "an American ambient/neo-classical composer". He is absolutely the World's number one minimalist, ambient, modern classical composer. That said, he abhors the word ambient. "Ambient: Every time I read this word I cringe: I've been kidnapped by something I neither know of nor care about; it's better by 1000 times than "New Age" from 2 decades ago, but still..." Although his work is often called ambient, minimal and classical, these labels do no justice to the quiet beauty and singularity of his work." listen / buy / read http://darla.com/index.php?fuseaction=item_cat.ecom_superitem_detail&item_cat_id=41109
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