Ambient music podcast for the masses during their interplanetary explorations both mentally and physically. Download the mixes, turn on, tune in, sleep...
Ambient music podcast for the masses during their interplanetary explorations both mentally and physically. Download the mixes, turn on, tune in, sleep...
Ambient music podcast for the masses during their interplanetary explorations both mentally and physically. Download the mixes, turn on, tune in, sleep...
A collection of mixes that include many different artists of the ambient / experimental genre. Unbroken seamless mixes including field recordings and other snippets.Please listen responsibly.
Rank #1: Progressive tonality.
Just a compilation of our favourite ambient at the moment and some curve balls along the way. All in our messed up style, enjoy.
Rank #2: Arboreal.
Every now and again i come across a talent who produces some outstanding ambient. Today i bring you such an artist. Robert Scott Thompson and his album “Alphabet of the trees” http://robert-scott-thompson.bandcamp.com This album puts him in the same heights as any other signed artist. I urge you to take a listen if you are a fan of ambient music. I have included 2 of his tracks in this mix, “Days, strangest of all” found at the very begining of the mix and “Travelling in dreams” at 26 minutes in. I will for sure show case some more of his work in the future. http://robert-scott-thompson.bandcamp.com
Diverse ambient, downtempo and chillout mixes by Mike G, founder of AmbientMusicGuide.com
Rank #1: Tranquility Drones 04 mixed by Mike G.
Episode 04 features recent music by Tom Adams, Josh Alexander, Billow Observatory, Ethereal Ephemera and Lingua Lustra, and classics from Deuter, Emerald Web, David Parsons and Stephan Micus. The Tranquility Drones mix series showcases harmonic drones and dreamy progressions, timeless music from then and now. Compiled & mixed by Mike G at Rubycon Sound, June 2019. More at http://ambientmusicguide.com
Rank #2: Best Of 2019 Mix #1: Drones & Tones.
Music by Biosphere, Ishq, Seb Taylor (Hibernation), James Bernard, Motionfield, Lingua Lustra, Jordan Christoff, Billow Observatory, Darren McClure, Hollie Kenniff, Ethereal Ephemera, Matt Lajoie, Mike Rooke, Andrea Castiglioni and Fabio Orsi. The 6-part Best Of 2019 mix series showcases some of the music from AMG's Best Albums of 2019 Reviews feature, plus other outstanding tracks from the year that was. All mixes compiled by Mike G @ Rubycon Sound,Oct-Dec 2019. Mix#1: Drones & TonesMix#2: Deep Space TechMix#3: Mod Classical & Post-RockMix #4: BalearicaMix#5: EnvironmentsMix#6: Ambitronica More at http://ambientmusicguide.com
A podcast of ambient, electronic, New Age, and contemporary instrumental music
Rank #1: Episode 287.
From trances to multiverses to woodlands to brainstorms, this one’s got it all. In the middle, we drop into 30 minutes from LAD–and I’ll tell you why that’s unusual. Download Start Steve Roach, Firebreather, Trance Archaeology 5.13 Darren McClure, Go Slow, A Mere Fraction 13.03 Michael Peters & Fabio Anile, […]
Rank #2: Episode 286.
I make it a habit to keep track of tracks that give an “ooh” moment, either while I’m shuffling the Newish queue or when the library is picking out the music in the office. And sometimes, I refer back to those tracks I’ve tracked and I make a podcast out of them. A mix of […]
Ambient and Chill out moments, some psychill as well, and some weird stuff (jam and radiators)
Rank #1: Above.
"How many stars, how many worlds? How many ways of being alive..." This quote is one of the most profound quotes ive heard on the Cosmos series ( Cosmos - A Spacetime Odyssey hosted by Neil Degrasse Tyson) when he was and explaining the "Hubble Deep Field" captured more than 100 millions galaxies in a single dot of our earth´s skymap. That makes me wonder with all the planets, different realms of existence and all the infinite ways of being alive... Someway, somehow, they all share with us this same now moment. This mix is my tribute for that concept. One hour journey across the universe exploring other realms of existence. Things that exist on this vast universe. Things you never dream of. Use your headphones for a submerged experience. Thank you for your time. Other links and considerations: My Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/liquidshape Ambient Tech - Records www.facebook.com/ambienttechnology
Rank #2: Perfect Sense.
"Some day we’ll fall down and weep and we’ll understand it all. All things" The Tree of Life
A selection of slow songs and drifting melodies broadcast from the mist at the edge of the Cloud of Unknowing. Each show is based around a different theme for a particular time. New podcasts are posted at unpredictable intervals.
Rank #1: Episode Three - Lost at Sea.
This month we are lost at sea. Lose yourself adrift a shifting sea of foggy maritime melodies and elusive siren songs. Listen to this mix with headphones at night and drift away on friendly currents. plinth - message in the village (message received) manual - nova eluvium - under the water it glowed aarktica - ocean this mortal coil - song to the siren piano magic - a trick of the sea (in five parts) windy & carl - the silent ocean 1 mile north vs. grace period - watership dub image credit - jd fahey
Rank #2: Episode 4 - The way this room really is.
Got lost in the mist there for a while. Found a lantern and slowly made my way home. Here's a miniature mix of drifty goodness to get you back in the spirit of things. The KLF - Six Hours to Louisiana, Black Coffee Going Cold The Orb - Spanish Castles in Space John Renbourn - Lamento di Tristan/La Rotta James Devane - Rhubarb
The latest ambient, electronica, techno, drone, shoegaze and chillout mixes from www.astrangelyisolatedplace.com
Rank #1: isolatedmix 89 - Steve Moore.
Over the past ten-or-so years Steve Moore has increasingly impressed circles outside of his association with prog-rock band Zombi. In fact, I’m probably one of the very few people that discovered Steve without knowledge of his association with one of America’s most revered bands, which adds further intrigue to his euphoric synthesizer work under his own name. I think I’ve included one of his tracks in 90% of the mixes I’ve put together (on hindsight) but that speaks to how perfectly apt I find his music in setting moods, places and spaces. Along with this superb new isolatedmix to follow below, I had the chance to send a few questions Steve Moore’s way…My first introduction to Steve’s solo work was his 2012 release ‘Light Echoes’, quickly followed by picking up ‘Brainstorm’- a split 12” with Majeure, (found in Tokyo’s Big Love Record Store by memory). Between both of these albums I caught a glimpse of the sublime ambient-leaning synthesizer work and the more colorful and energetic influences of the 80’s. Light Echoes by Steve Moore“I’ve been writing and recording music on my own since the early 90’s. Back then I had a Fostex 4 track cassette recorder and an Ensoniq VFX-SD. I’d share some of this music with friends but mostly I was just doing it for fun and practice. Zombi gave me the confidence and the connections to release my music”It’s easy to start making associations to some of the early synthesizer pioneers with Steve’s work you hear today, especially on records like 2010’s Primitive Neural Pathways, which I managed to pick up a copy of just last week. It’s like a modern-day polished Jean-Michel Jarre record, pressed on a neon-Pink slab of vinyl (Pink must be a favorite color as his new one is also available in Pink)Primitive Neural Pathways by Steve MooreI love those first few Jarre records so much, with Primitive Neural Pathways I definitely wanted to write something in that style. But that’s how I used to think when writing, in terms of who I wanted to reference and what time period, etc. Now I’m more interested in trying to do something new or different. I’m more into experimenting.Experimentation is definitely apparent in Steve’s new album for Temporary Residence. With Beloved Exile, Moore states his goal was to “make an album of songs that featured instruments other than synthesizers - and instrumentalists other than myself. I wanted to create situations in which I thought Emel’s voice and Mary’s harp would sound interesting”.Mary Lattimore (Ghostly International) features prominently and after several listens of the album in full, her grace is felt in such a natural and organic way it’s hard to believe a synthesizer and harpist could create something so classic and timeless across an entire record, not just a feature on one individual track. Even the track titles of Beloved Exile have been sub-let to add further experimentation, input, and ultimately, subjectivity to the album meaning. (Personally, I feel like album opener, ‘Your Sentries Will Be Met With Force’ is one of the greatest opening track titles for an album like this featuring an onslaught of synthesizers and harp).The story is what you want it to be! John Darnielle (the Mountain Goats) was kind enough to supply the song titles. Song titles never come naturally to me, so I thought “who do I know who has a way with words?” I asked John and he said yes, so I sent him the tunes and he titled them. What these titles mean is up to the listener!Beloved Exile by Steve MooreBeloved Exile is no doubt an evolution in sound from some his previous work if you’re a Moore collector, combining perhaps the trifecta of his influences - synthesizers, soundtrack and instrumental elements, but it’s still unmistakably narrated by someone who understands storytelling. Asked about this evolution, Steve seems to be progressing his sound organically: “I do feel pressure to do something new and interesting with each album, but that’s all coming from me. I put that pressure on myself. As far as evolving, I just let that happen. I feel like when artists try to evolve things can end up sounding forced. As I get older my influences and interests are gradually changing and so it seems natural that my music should as well.”The insight and experience from scoring these cult horror flicks adds to the vivid narration that occurs amongst his synthesizer work too, with the last track on Beloved Exile spanning a mammoth fifteen minutes. As the album closer, My Time Among The Snake Lords is a fine example of the narration Steve can inject into a piece of music. If the track title alone didn’t paint the picture ahead, Steve’s progression and storied approach helps end the album on one of his most euphoric pieces yet - a combination of marching tribal elements, the distant plucks of Mary’s harp and a soaring expansive outro. Asked about his work on cult-horror films such as The Minds Eye, Cub and Mayhem, I wanted to find out what it takes to make a good horror score:Cub - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by Steve MooreIt takes both a good composer and a good director to create a good film score. Also good producers! It’s a collaborative process. I think a sense of pacing and dynamics is very important. Also space - knowing when not to add music. Sometimes silence is way scarier than music.Along with the crack team, I can’t help but imagine Steve has a secret sauce hidden somewhere amongst his synthesizer arsenal, and as it turns out, he has a banker for those scary moments and a dependable sound to help keep things on the edge: “My Sequential Circuits Prophet 600 and Pro One definitely have the scariest sounds. I use them on almost every score - they’re great for atmospherics and those Carpenter-style stingers”. For Steve’s isolatedmix, we’re treated to a slightly new and original style of music across the twelve tracks, straddling the split personality between prog rock and ambient music. Steve admits he has no idea where a mix will end up once he starts, with this one being put together on the fly:I start with a track that’s been on my mind then sort through my library and add songs as the mix plays. When I start a mix I don’t know where it will go, but I try to include artists from seemingly incompatible genres and different corners of the globe. For this mix I started with “Heavy Light” by Animusic. Zombi just played a couple shows so I’ve been rehearsing for those lately, and this track always comes to mind when I think of Zombi. It’s a big inspiration and you should definitely check out the video on YouTube.Along with Animusic we’re excited to finally feature Enya within an isolatedmix, and it seems as though we share a mutual appreciation for the Irish-Castle-Queen. One of the finest soundtrack producers, Mark Isham, also makes an appearance; a big inspiration for Steve’s soundtrack on The Hitcher, listed alongside musicians like, Brad Fiedel, Howard Shore, John Carpenter (and Alan Howarth), Tangerine Dream and Popol Vuh as other similarly inspiring composers and influences. There’s a kindness to Enya’s music that really appeals to me. It’s magical and otherworldly and completely sincere. And from a production standpoint the albums are total ear candy (especially the early albums where she’s using a lot of Juno-60). She’s incredibly talented. To quote the label when they sent over the final mix, “This may be the proggiest isolatedmix yet”, so sit back and absorb yourself amongst the mind of a man who is as comfortable scaring the hell out of people in cinemas, as he is performing in front of thousands, and then casually creating some of the finest synthesizer music this side of the Millennium. Listen on Soundcloud, or Mixcloud below. Steve Moore’s Beloved Exile is out now on Temporary Residence. Download.01. Animusic - “Heavy Light”02. Return to Forever - “Medieval Overture”03. Arsen Gedik - “Neptune”04. Patrick O’Hearn - “At First Light”05. Christian Chevalier & Alan Feanch - “Electric Mistress”06. Constance Demby - “Novus Magnificat: Through the Stargate Pt 3 ”07. Enya - “Deireadh An Tuath”08. Mark Isham - “Dust and Gasoline”09. Enslaved - “793 (Slaget Om Lindisfarne)”10. Johanna D’Armagnac - “Siren of the Sea”11. Goblin - “Le Cascate Di Virdiana”12. Il Baletto di Bronzo - “Epilogo”Steve Moore | Bandcamp | Twitter | Discogs
Rank #2: Portals: The Newer Age.
You thought you knew New Age until you knew a Newer Age.It’s evidently hard to qualify New Age Music. A search online brings up some recent journalism obsessing over its hip resurgence but it’s rare to find anything other than some top records and rough history. As with all Portal’s features, I try to find a slightly new angle. Depending on whether you’re speaking to someone who likes New Age or not, will normally get you very different answers on what it is. Ambient musicians normally hate to be coined as New Age (just ask Eno or Budd), Record shops will often categorize New Age alongside ambient (some may have their own ’Shadowfax'-heavy section) and at the very least you’ll find them all in the bargain bins (other than Portland stores it seems - a revered genre going by my last visit). I sold and stocked ASIP catalog in a shop once (not to be named) on the basis the guy who owned it thought they were all New Age. He even went on to tell prospective customers it was New Age. I couldn’t really argue with him to say why it was or was not, or that it was ambient, or similar, because in his head it all lived under the same umbrella. Fact Mag captured this conundrum earlier this year;-"New age music remains misunderstood because new age isn’t a style or a sound but a sensibility; an exceptionally soupy, psychedelic one, at that. Contemporary listeners tend to conflate new age with ambient but their overlap is inconsistent: though much new age music exudes ambient qualities, the reverse is less often the case. In fact, over the years many prominent artists of the movement have rejected association with new age and its trappings, as it’s widely considered to be the domain of quacks and charlatans.” - Britt Brown / Fact Mag. What I ended up within this Portals feature, is an interpretation of New Age as told through some recent releases, which might not be placed in the New Age bucket when on their own, alongside more immediate/classic-sounding New Age elements. I am not a big New Age fan if I reflect on records previously identified under the genre, but I asked myself what would happen if I took the stereotypical elements of this style (hopeful, optimistic, uplifting music, religious connotations, enlightenment, spoken word, early synthesizers, the sound of the sea, forest etc etc) and applied it to music I listen to often today?I gave myself the challenge and followed the flow of the mix not knowing where it would end up. As a genre, New Age seems loose and subjective, but as a theme that traces back to the origins of the name, I think the mix holds-up through the many styles and characteristics that are included across the ~90 mins. Perhaps proving (to me and my own silly challenge at least) that New Age isn’t always a style or genre that can be described or pinned down to a type of music, but more a feeling that’s still evident in music today. "The phrase itself, of course, is old, invoked over centuries by various mystics and spiritual leaders to refer to an impending, ill-defined future era of enlightenment as a means of instilling hope in their congregation” - Britt Brown / Fact Mag.Who am I to tell the owner of the record shop that ASIP releases aren’t New Age if he sees hope and new worlds in them…?! I’ll settle for that. With this approach of not confining New Age to specific tracks, I’m holding off on the track list for now, until some time has passed for you to dive in and take it as a whole. I’ll add the full track list here soon. Until then, see you in the next life. Download MP3 Tracklist:Nozomu Matsumoto - Climatotherapy (The Death of Rave)Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith - I Am A Thought (Western Vinyl)Khotin - Dwellberry (Ghostly International)Imaginary Softwoods - Albion (Field Records)Akis - New Age Uprising (Part I) (Into The Light)Martin Glass - Floating To Work (Kit Records)Ex-Terrestrial - Dreams of Jupiter (1080p)Graintable - Amarps (Ransom Note)Varg - Archive 1 “Spit Sugar Free Red Bull Into My Mouth” (Posh Isolation)Suzanne Ciani - Quadrophonic Part 1 (Atmospheric)Felicia Atkinson - Vermillions (Shelter Press)Heavenly Music Corporation - Reentry (Astral Industries)Eternell - Dancing With Wind (Eternell)Martin Glass - Welcome to the Four Seasons (Kit Records)Wanderwelle - Her Name Is Vairumati (Silent Season)Mark Peters - Twenty Bridges (Andi Otto Remix) (Sonic Cathedral)Seahawks - Emergence (Cascine)Dagerlöff - From The Womb To The Tomb (Tigersushi)Ana Caprix - Terminal (Self Released)CFCF - Closed Space (Single edit) (BGM Solutions)DJ Healer - Protectionspell (All Possible Worlds)Datasette - 65536 KiloEnyas (Self Released)Jesse Somfay - Levamentum [Aqua Regia] (Tipping Hand)Parks - Forest (Self Released)Procedamus In Pace (Paschale Mysterium)Kettel & Secede - Admittance (Sending Orbs)Tongues Of Light - Awakening Side (Pre-Cert Home Entertainment)
Dark Ambient Radio (.com) plays nothing but the finest selections of dark ambient, experimental electronic, and dark contemporary classical music. Listen 24/7 at http://www.darkambientradio.com/
Rank #1: Dark Ambient Radio (.com) - Ep03 - Dark Downtempo Electronica.
Dark Ambient Radio (.com) - Ep03 - Dark Downtempo Electronica Listen 24/7 at http://www.darkambientradio.com/ The Orb - O.O.B.E. Aural Planet - Sunfruits Avenue Gas - Oxygen Higher Intelligence Agency - Ting Shulman - Small Grey Creatures Vibrasphere - The Big Sleep Hol Baumann - Hours Orbital - Sad But New Higher Intelligence Agency - Thirteen Shpongle - I am You DaDub - Roots Between 0 & 1 Shulman - A Magnificent Void Overdream - An Ancient Temple In The Center Of The Universe Carbon Based Lifeforms - M Yggdrasil - Amazing Gnejs Michael Manning - Army Of Fools Hol Baumann - Benares (Varanaci Edit) Carbon Based Lifeforms - Central Plain Dj Hidden - Here Lies The Confusion Radioactive Sandwich - Henowei Radioactive Sandwich - Elephant Parade Phutureprimitive - Cryogenic Dreams Radioactive Sandwich - Elephant Parade H.U.V.A Network - Rain Geometries (solar Fields Rmx) Akira Yamaoka - Waverer (Slide MIx) Higher Intelligence Agency - Skank Sounds From The Ground - Snow Cosmiq - Encrypted Saint Etienne - Who Do You Think You Are (Aphex Twin Mix) The Synthetic Dream Foundation - On Whom The Dreadful Claw 32. Mr. Projectile - I Am Back (Bassnectar Rmx) 33. Carbon Based Lifeforms - Supersede 34. Asura - Afterain 35. Atriohm - Sun Jump 36. Aural Planet - Sunfruits Avenue (Sundial Aeon Rmx) 37. Sundial Aeon - Hybrydisy 38. Nimba - Space Earth: 2High2Drum 39. Brain Damage - The Beer Mystics Last Day On The Planet 40. Aural Planet - Polar Valves
Rank #2: Dark Ambient Music EP08 - Ethereal and Avantgarde.
Dark Ambient Music EP08 - Ethereal and Avantgarde Listen 24/7 at http://www.darkambientradio.com/ Tracklist: Stever Roach & Byron Melcalf - Future tribe Brian Tyler - that has got to hurt Abandoned Toys - Where red shadows slumber Joel McNeely - Alley chat Numina - asleep before the end of the story Nunc Stans - The palm at the end of the mind Elia CMiral - three finger is back Lucia y el sexo - el deseo de Oophoi - floating through the gates of Robert Rich - Summer thunder
Deep Energy Podcast is a podcast of ambient and new age music for Sleep, Meditation, Relaxation, Massage, Yoga, Reiki and Therapy.
Rank #1: Dark Ambient # 44 - The Frozen Landscape.
Rank #2: Dark ambient # 10 ' The Space Between Sleep and Dreams '.
Sort of a sequenced type of music for this hour....www.myspace.com/darkambientpodcast email@example.com If you have a myspace page ..would be nice to add some of my listeners as friends Peace Jim
Dark Ambient Atmospheres plays the absolute best dark ambient music, experimental music, and avant-garde sounds and nothing else. Listen anytime athttp://www.darkambientradio.com/
Rank #1: Dark Ambient Atmospheres Ep16 - Dark Ambient, Experimental Electronic Noise Music Mix 2019.
Dark Ambient Atmospheres Ep16 Dark Ambient Experimental Electronic Noise Music Mix 2019TracklistJavier Navarrete una y otra vezNorthaunt Until dawn do us partElizabeth Fawn Under strange skiesPete Wright and Uton Underneath the bridge is my hoBrian Reitzel UndertureReinhold Heil amp Johnny Klimek underwater searchPeter Bjrg amp Gustaf Hildebrand untitledSimon scott under crumbling skiesBrian Parnham up for airBrian tyler utter darknessSymfony Lulling lullabyhttpwwwdarkambientradiocom
Rank #2: Dark Ambient Atmospheres Ep15 - Drone and Noise Music.
Dark Ambient Atmospheres Ep15 Drone and Noise MusicTracklistJack Kelley Worried fire eternal coldHoward Shore TracyRasplyn Circle roundChristopher Young Twin nightmaresScythelence transparent eyelidsPeter Andersson Tulpa Part IX the very lst niElizabeth Fawn Under strange skiesKrzesimir debski truciznaGraeme revell Trouble with snakes and insectsDaniel Pemberton Trex CountryAnnina Melissa Crimsonhttpwwwdarkambientradiocom
flowing, drifting mixes of ambient music.
Rank #1: In Sequencer Euphoria.
Cover art by Sven Geier, http://www.sgeier.net/fractals/ I have talked many times here about how a single track or artist can inspire a mix. Well, that seems to have happened with this latest mix from Paul. He emailed me about a month ago about Kubusschnitt, a group creating berlin school style electronic music. That discovery set him on the course of creating a mix of sequencer tunes. And we did our usual thing - Paul sends me the tracklist, I twiddle the knobs and a mix is born. All the music used here is fairly new, ranging from 2010 to 2019. Here's what Paul has to say about this mix: “Not for the faint of heart, this one’s full-on sequencers front and center, all the way through. Highway driving motorcycle music. Or vacuuming the house, aerobics music. Yet, part of the magic of this type of electronic music is the amazing way it has a soothing effect, even as it’s so propulsive. In any case, here’s a Perfect Seven from five of the current giants in the genre and two of its historic pillars.” Thanks, Paul! Cheers! T R A C K L I S T : 00:00 Kubusschnitt - Enter Through The Nave(2019) 16:00 Broekhuis, Keller and Schönwälder - Tea With An Unknown Girl(2013) 28:15 ARC - Rise(2010) 41:42 Tangerine Dream - Hamlet(2013) 49:27 Jeffery Koepper - Belief(2015) 57:30 Chuck Van Zyl - All Souls' Day(2010) 63:00 Klaus Schulze - Chateaux Faits de Vent(2018) 76:03 end
Rank #2: Memories are an old film.
The idea for this mix came from a track by Andrew Sherwell on his wonderful new album, Orthodox Tales, released by the excellent label Whitelabrecs. https://whitelabrecs.bandcamp.com/album/orthodox-tales The song, "And the Smoke of the Incense," starts off with the sound of a film projector. That sound is strangely evocative and I love how it sounds in that cut. After hearing that tune I created a folder called "My Life is an Old Film" and I would occasionally toss in similar sounding tracks. Eventually I collected enough cuts for a mix and decided to change the name to "Memories are an Old Film." Many of these tracks have a bit of noise and scratchiness that one would associate with an old 8mm film. I added a few film projector sound fx here and there to continue the vibe. Cheers! T R A C K L I S T : 00:00 Andrew Sherwell - And the Smoke of the Incense(2018) 03:15 L. Pierre - 1948 part 2(2017) 08:45 Ghost And Tape - Eostre(2017) 13:25 Luton - Spectres of Mark(2018) 15:38 Masaya Kato - Desensitization(2018) 18:05 Max Richter - Old Song(2004) 19:55 The Caretaker - Synapse Retrogenesis(2018) 21:30 Parallelism - Tapes(2018) 25:30 Lusine - drip(2004) 27:25 Clem Leek - Rogers Park(2018) 30:50 Aaron Martin - Memories are Drifting Bells(2018) 32:15 Ashlar - Same Fate(2018) 36:15 Tape Loop Orchestra - Inner Voice(2018) 43:30 Time Rival - Carbon Fever pt. 3(2018) 49:55 Max Richter - Shadow Journal(2004) 52:10 The Caretaker - Advanced Plaque Entanglements(2018) 53:55 Kilchhofer - Nihic(2018) 57:41 Dakota Suite - De Ziekte Van Emile(2018) 61:04 end
Music for Thinking and Being
Rank #1: Ambient Soundbath #59 – Moby – Long Ambients.
https://ia601303.us.archive.org/26/items/AmbientSoundbathPodcast/asb59.mp3 I first stumbled upon Moby’s Long Ambients after they were released in early summer of 2016. As a long-time fan of Moby’s ambient work I was excited by this free release, which is still available here: http://moby.com/la1/ – The complete 4-hour collection instantly became a meditational and relaxation go-to recording for me, as it’s calming and easy to immerse yourself in, and as I sometimes like to say, from a listening standpoint, there are no sharp edges, just smooth contours. Moby wrote this about the release, and I think that it parallels the mission of the Ambient Soundbath Podcast nicely: “it’s really quiet: no drums, no vocals, just very slow calm pretty chords and sounds and things for sleeping and yoga and etc.” 1.) 00:00 – 27:00 – LA 9 – Moby – Long Ambients 1: Calm. Sleep. 2.) 27:00 – 38:00 – LA 4 – Moby – Long Ambients 1: Calm. Sleep. 3.) 38:00 – 60:00 – LA 3 – Moby – Long Ambients 1: Calm. Sleep. 4.) 60:00 – 75:00 – LA 7 – Moby – Long Ambients 1: Calm. Sleep. Enjoy. – Matt p.s. If you’re enjoying the podcast, please leave positive reviews on iTunes, Stitcher, and wherever else you might be listening.
Rank #2: Ambient Soundbath Podcast #55 – Altus.
https://ia601303.us.archive.org/26/items/AmbientSoundbathPodcast/asb55.mp3 This episode of the Ambient Soundbath is comprised exclusively of the work of Altus (aka Mike Carss). Altus has put out many recordings (nearly 30+ recordings in fifteens years) of lush, well-crafted and superiorly composed music. All of which are free to listen to and download on his website. I once tweeted that ‘Altus is the music that I imagine when I’m creating music for the Ambient Soundbath’… It’s as true now, as ever… This program, likely the first of many Altus programs, is pulled from two recordings, Innerspace (2016) and Komorebi (2015). While I thought the first program would be dedicated to his Sleep series (1, 2), a set of personal favorites and desert island picks, I went with these two beauties instead. I’m going to go out on a limb here and might even get some angry email for this statement, but, for me, Altus is the only artist I’ve found that comes closes to the Quiet Music-era of Steve Roach both in timbral lushness and sonic beauty… a musical high-water mark that many artists have endeavored towards (myself included), but only Steve Roach had achieved…until now. I think you’ll agree, that the Altus tracks from Innerspace and Komorebi are perfect for an Ambient Soundbath and just the right sounds to set the perfect sonic mood for thinking and being… Enjoy. -Matt 00:00 – 9:10 – Reflection – Innerspace 09:11 – 19:00 – Sun-Dappled – Komorebi 19:01 – 27:00 – Cerulean Skies –Komorebi 27:01 – 47:00 – Innerspace Outermind –Innerspace 47:01 – 58:00 – Slow Breath –Komorebi 58:01 – 67:00 – Waver –Komorebi
Subscribe for hour long mixes of great ambient, psy chill, chill and psybient tunes curated by your host Royce and occasional special guests.
Rank #1: 024 - Special repose-trance mix by Royce.
024 - Special repose-trance mix by Royce 1. Six Years After / Ticon 2. Tree.Some / AES DANA 3. Equilibrium / Andromeda 4. In Motion / Solar Fields 5. Massive Activity / Astrix 6. Sunglider / Freq 7. Floating Free / Vibrasphere 8. Refractions / Protoculture 9. the lucid dream / u-recken 10. Self Discovery / Cosmosis 11. An Accident In Talpania / Talpa
Rank #2: Repose 066 - the relentless logic....
Repose 066 - the relentless logic...1. Carbon Based Lifeforms - Lost2. One Arc Degree - Crossing Belet3. Cubering - Retreat4. Noraus - Ungooma5. High Skies - Voyage en Argent6. Stimulus Timbre - Space Station 847. Sync 24 feat. Johannes Hedberg - Memloop8. Fingers in the Noise - Plenitude9. Diamat - Misunderstood Pt. 110. Jon Hopkins - A Drifting Up11. General Fuzz - reflective moment
Music of the Gods plays nothing but the greatest selections of downtempo electronic music, psychill, chillout music, psybient, and dub. Listen 24/7 at http://www.musicofthegods.com/
Rank #1: Music of the Gods EP08 - Psychill + Psybient.
Music of the Gods EP08 - Psychill + Psybient Listen 24/7 at http://www.musicofthegods.com/ Tracklist: Kalpataru tree - sunset chant Chilled C'quence - form of life Ephemeral Mists - Transcendental visions Mystical sun - in the sky Ozric tentacles - Dance of the loomi Coax - Laview Flooting grooves - across the threshold Solar fields - cybereye Shulman - shiogo Shakatura - lavatube
Rank #2: Music of the Gods EP07 - Downtempo, Chill Out, Ambient Music.
Music of the Gods EP07 - Downtempo, Chill Out, Ambient Music Listen 24/7 at http://www.musicofthegods.com/ Tracklist: Third Ear Audio - Freak of nature Ephemeral Mists - where the wind is born Snakestyle - Future dub (feat. ranking roger) Echopilot - Blissdrift Evan Marc - Lineform Ill.gates - eggplantation Kaminanda - Ritual Ecologies Menkalian - Listening the silence Radioactive Sandwich - Damien el racho Beats antique - Scratch Soulacybin - Bolzar
‘Drifter’ mixes deliver a beatless atmosphere of total calm and serenity. All tracks are carefully picked and impeccably mixed to create an hour of soothing soundscapes, perfect for occasions like sleeping, star gazing or contemplating.
Rank #1: Drifter (Vol 4).
Download MP3 320 Kbps CUE Sheet Genres: Ambient, New Age Tracks: 16 Duration: 01:02:47 Inspiration It’s usually the case that a great track I discover becomes the seed and inspiration to one of my upcoming mixes. However, for this mix it was actually a person. His name is Dave Michuda and he creates (mostly) Ambient mixes under the name “low light mixes“. If you’re a Mixcloud regular listener, it won’t take you long to discover him. His mixes are popular for a very good reason: they are quite the most highly polished, finely curated ambient mixes I’ve ever heard! I have quite a few favorite mixes from him that have become my go-to ones for relaxing and falling asleep. He is also a very approachable guy. I recently messaged him asking about ambient music suggestions and he took the time to write me a very thorough list of them that I have started discovering ever since. Go ahead and check out his work over on Mixcloud and follow him on Twitter if you want. I’m pretty sure his mixes will continue to provide active inspiration for my Drifter series for the future to come, much like how Ambient Nights introduced me to this wonderful style of music and inspired me to begin mixing Ambient music in the first place. Tracklist Andrew Bayer – All This Will Happen Again All India Radio – Surf On The Malecon (DJ Seroton Edit) Arcade Fire – Dimensions (“Her” Soundtrack) (DJ Seroton Edit) All India Radio – Losing Houston Rudy Adrian – Watery Moon Jonn Serrie – Annie by the Sea Chicane – Fin De Jours Wavestar – Landfall (DJ Seroton Edit) Tim Hecker – Boreal Kiss, Part 1 Ólafur Arnalds – Lokadu Augunum Erik Wollo – Sphere (Into the Dream) Bliss – Spun Glass Alio Die – Intramundia Stars Of The Lid – The Kraut Pete Namlook & Tetsu Inoue – Morning Spirit (DJ Seroton Edit) Gulan – Abstracto
Rank #2: Drifter (Vol 3).
Download MP3 320 Kbps CUE Sheet Genre: Ambient, Chillout, World Music Tracks: 13 Duration: 01:02:14 Inspiration I’m always inspired to create new mixes because I personally enjoy coming back and listening to these mixes over and over again. Few as they are, mixes in the ‘Drifter‘ series are my most played ones because they literally help me drift off to a wonderful sleep. Hope you enjoy this one. Tracklist Jon Hopkins – Abandon Window Rudy Adrian – Moonwater Rudy Adrian & Ron Boots – Papanui Lagoon Adham Shaikh & Tim Floyd – Embers Darshan Ambient – Soft Land Antonymes – No Dominion [Demo Excerpt] Robert Rich & Lisa Moscow – Bija Pepe Sitra – Phoenix Jeff Pearce – Opening Theme Rudy Adrian – Eclipse Alan Stivell – La harpe, l’eau, le vent 1 (Telenn, avel, dour) Deep Forest – The Second Twilight Suspended Memories – Saguaro
Dark Ambient Sounds plays nothing but continuous mixes of the best dark ambient music. Listen 24/7 at http://www.darkambientradio.com/
Rank #1: Dark Ambient Sounds Ep03 - Dark Ethereal Music.
Dark Ambient Sounds Ep03 - Dark Ethereal Music Listen 24/7 at http://www.darkambientradio.com/ Tracklist: Tzokn'in - nanahuatzin Abandoned Toys - The great dreaming swan Alphaxone - Midnight Waves Oiseaux-Tempete - yallah karga (dance song) Peter Bjargo - Insomnia Sylvain Chauveau - Granulation 2 Rapoon - Waveform Spyra - Supernatural gardens Charlie Clouser - Apartment Phanatos - Voyage Inade - Signals from 68 dimensions (part one)
Rank #2: Dark Ambient Sounds Ep09 - Melodic Dark Ambient Music.
Dark Ambient Sounds Ep09 - Melodic Dark Ambient Music Listen 24/7 at http://www.darkambientradio.com/ Tracklist: Temperature Within - Traccia 2 Vidna Obmana - Ephemeral Vision Abandoned Toys - Flowering Ashes Numina - Asleep before the end of the s Samantha Bouquin - Tale for a sunken moon John Frizzell - Falling Apart Lull - Lonely Shelter Peter Wright - Approaching low from the west Sattyananda - Liquid Rising