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Sup watmm? I decided to throw a new ambient/drone mix together as a succesor to the one I made a while back. This one was a lot of fun to put together as I really had to focus on textures and such to make the layered transitions seamless without sounding awkward. I think it turned out really well, so have a listen and enjoy. https://www.mixcloud.com/ghOsty428/ghosty-presents-daydream-disposition-an-ambient-mix/ Tracklist: Hegira Moya - Soft Folds // Biosphere - Invariable Cowhandler // Plant 43 - Cloud Iridescence // Vermont - Norderney // Alex Kassian - Olsen Waters // Oto Hiax - Creeks // Pye Corner Audio - Imprisoned Splendour // Daniel Lanois & Rocco Deluca - Deconstruction // Last Days - Surfacing // Tim Hecker - Voice Crack // Hainbach - Wide Awake // Daniel Lanois & Rocco Deluca - Heavy Sun // Simon Scott - Mae // Specimens - Moving Forward Constantly Looking Back // Yamaneko - Unreachable Feeling // Ian William Craig - Mass Noun // Justin Walter - Soft Illenss // Fennesz - Tom // Alex Kassian - Birds of Bahia // Ripperton - The Dove // Yamaneko - Afterglow // GAS - Narkopop 3 // Mark Templeton - Rosen
Esa Ruoho: Riversmouth (20:44) out on Attenuation Circuit (ACM1009), http://www.wix.com/a...nuation-circuit Release on Discogs Writeup from Attenuation Circuit: "Finnish musician Esa Ruoho has been releasing experimental techno for about a decade, mainly under the name Lackluster. His real name is reserved for the more abstract, less rhythmical side of his work in electronic music. "Riversmouth", his first release on Attenuation Circuit, is a perfect example of this. There are no beats, but lots of things happening in terms of shifting shapes of granular textures, high-frequency oscillations working against seismic trembles in the lower bass regions, and then the occasional hauntological voice-like overtone structures. Full of harmonic tension, but never noisy, this release might appeal to fans of Asmus Tietchens, Alva Noto and other Mille Plateaux acts, or even Phill Niblock. Within the Attenuation Circuit catalogue, Esa Ruoho's release provides an exciting new take on the drone/ambient borderland also inhabited by EMERGE, B*tong, Sghor, Mystified, and Sustained Development."