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Originally Posted by DavidMorton View Post
I'm not huge into this genre, but it'd definitely be a shame if you missed Future Sound of London - Lifeforms.

It's a little more beat-oriented, but very abstract, nonetheless.
Classic album,i'm still playing it to death.Think it's about time it was remastered.
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Not sure these fit in your genre...

Diamanda Galas - Litanies of Satan.

Ambient it's not!

More easy on the ear:

Meredith Monk - Dolmen Music

Both are vocals, tho...but not songs.
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Elend - Winds Devouring Men
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Everything on the Mort Aux Vaches label. It's both a label and a series of CD's. Each CD is made by another mostly well known (think merzbow, oren ambarchi, Troum, Tim Hecker, Michell Akiyama, Pan Sonic and Machinefabriek) ambient artist.

 

And all of the Bohren lovers must try out Supersilent. Similar to bohren but a tad more abstract.

And one of the members of supersilent, Deathprod:

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