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Cinematic and panoramic Dark Ambient:

Raison d'etre, Desiderii Marginis, Atrium Carceri.

 

Constrict, industrial Dark Ambient, Drone:

Inade, Bad Sector, Elysium Facade.

 

Also, space ambient is also very related. I prefer Steve Roach, Jonn Serrie, Robert Rich and Numina.

 

It's only tear in the ocean, let me know if you interested. biggrin.gif

Thanks, will look into these. Deriderii Marginis I'm familiar with, Procession is a stunning piece.

We are all looking for the best tears, aren't we?beerchug.gif

 

Edit: The downside with this kind of music is that it definitely is not for background listening. I just silently sat through Inade's Crackling of the Anonymous and made the mistake of pressing play for a Lustmord record. I will get absolutely nothing done tonight. Do you have any specific album recommendations btw if I may ask?


Edited by Kirnupiima - 12/2/12 at 9:51am
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Thanks, will look into these. Deriderii Marginis I'm familiar with, Procession is a stunning piece.

We are all looking for the best tears, aren't we?beerchug.gif

 

Edit: The downside with this kind of music is that it definitely is not for background listening. I just silently sat through Inade's Crackling of the Anonymous and made the mistake of pressing play for a Lustmord record. I will get absolutely nothing done tonight. Do you have any specific album recommendations btw if I may ask?

 

Of course you can ask, it's not even a question. Well, my digital (only) collection isn't very big at the moment -- I recollecting all my media at the moment and trying to keep it very clean and organised. So nothing to recommend so far.

 

But I won't left you bare - make sure to check out compilations, called SEQUENCE. They were released under Futuresequence label, ant there is five in total up to date. Compilations are free to download, available in great studio quality, several even up to 24-bit depth. Every compilation contains big amout of tracks - about 40 in every album. To be honest I very like them. Label claims to cover great amout of electronic genres, but composers stick with very airy and melodic ambient, sometimes a bit spooky, harsh, but overall extremely uplifting music, pure happiness.

 

If you are searching something more darky and edgy, there are another label, called Kalpamantra, releasing very similar compilations under various names, here I have Saur Maas - Auditory Dark Matter and Krtrima Sprha. These bad boys are much more spooky, very industrial and quite dark. Genre now includes even Power Electronics in some cases. Anyway, I will listen to these because I love all the ambient. On another hand if I want relax and just take a smile I will grab my SEQUENCES.

 

I truly agree with you about mood. Ambient is very complex genre in some way. You won't get it from first seconds (or even the minutes) of play, you'll need to be in right mood. You'll hate it if you don't feel that need for this music - especially for Dark Ambient.

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I truly agree with you about mood. Ambient is very complex genre in some way. You won't get it from first seconds (or even the minutes) of play, you'll need to be in right mood. You'll hate it if you don't feel that need for this music - especially for Dark Ambient.

I meant that the stuff is so engaging that it just grabs you and takes to places. That's why nothing else gets done :p. But I second you on the mood that it needs. Procession is interesting because you need a rather melancholic mood for it and it leaves you feeling very tranquil and -- happy? There's real beuty there for sure.

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I meant that the stuff is so engaging that it just grabs you and takes to places. That's why nothing else gets done :p. But I second you on the mood that it needs. Procession is interesting because you need a rather melancholic mood for it and it leaves you feeling very tranquil and -- happy? There's real beuty there for sure.

 

Yes, absolutely. No question mark needed. If you so liked Procession, be sure to check other works by Johan. And of course the labels he releasing for, Cyclic Law, Cold Meat Industry (CMI). You must like it - most releases are Dark Ambient combined with Modern Classical. Immersive mix-up. But here goes another REAL sub-genre, Industrial Martial. But it's another story.


Edited by hfflt - 12/2/12 at 1:41pm
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Yes, absolutely. No question mark needed. If you so liked Procession, be sure to check other works by Johan. And of course the labels he releasing for, Cyclic Law, Cold Meat Industry (CMI). You must like it - most releases are Dark Ambient combined with Modern Classical. Immersive mix-up. But here goes another REAL sub-genre, Industrial Martial. But it's another story.

I feel like I'm just starting to get into this kind of material. I got two releases from Handmadebirds just recently; Theologian - Finding Comfort in Overwhelming Negativity (does a title get much better than that?) It does not give a headache like the youtube version does.

and Locrian & Crhristoph Heemann's self titled collaboration. Which is stunning. And of course the fun and only Tomoroh Hidari - Some Stars Not Yet Black Holes. That one is space and star music. I think we speak the same language, sir or madam.

 

CMI's own website isn't quite there with functionality but it sparked my interest. Only if I didn't buy like 10 records this past month aloneredface.gif

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I can't stop listening to this song! http://soundcloud.com/officialarion/arion-eminence-distortion

I love the second half so much. 

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Hey Morbid

 

 

Teehee

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>MLG Remix

 

You'd already started trolling before I listened to it.

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>MLG Remix

 

You'd already started trolling before I listened to it.

 

To complement that, here's a legit montage, somewhat relevant to thread:

 

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I feel like I'm just starting to get into this kind of material. I got two releases from Handmadebirds just recently; Theologian - Finding Comfort in Overwhelming Negativity (does a title get much better than that?) It does not give a headache like the youtube version does.

 

and Locrian & Crhristoph Heemann's self titled collaboration. Which is stunning. And of course the fun and only Tomoroh Hidari - Some Stars Not Yet Black Holes. That one is space and star music. I think we speak the same language, sir or madam.

 

CMI's own website isn't quite there with functionality but it sparked my interest. Only if I didn't buy like 10 records this past month aloneredface.gif

 

 

I figuret out you buy psychical media, what is very commendable. Unfortunately I cannot do so, I dont own the CD player, and it is impossible to order from Lithuania -- we have only few music stores, in which, excuse me, you won't find this type of music. mad.gif

 

Your shopping looks priomising, I see. I listened to YouTube excerpt you provided, and it sounded very powerful. I liked it. Looks like trip through the harsh and spooky forest in the night. Space and star music is also gem for a such cosmonaut like me - I very enjoy such things. So my reccomendation for you - NASA - Voyager Recordings - Symphonies of the planets - simply sublime recordings, made more than 10 years ago. Electromagnetic pulsations converted to audible sound. The most antimateric music I heard, and of course without human interruption. Only mastering. Five grand half-hour pieces - two and a half of hour unforgetable experience. I listened to this summer, while lying and chilling in the garden. It was remarkable.

 

Yes, indeed, I very enjoy our conversation. We have that rare musical taste - we understand and speak the same language. And yes, I am sir. biggrin.gif


Edited by hfflt - 12/3/12 at 7:19am
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New Burial 2 Track EP being released in December. Already preordered the LP.

EDIT: Also, check out this new Hospital artist. Loving the EP.

https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/other-echoes/id576341907

EDIT2: New Gemini dropping like a bomb.
http://www.beatport.com/release/mercury-ep/989395
Edited by MorbidToaster - 12/3/12 at 5:17pm
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Are there any Boys Noize fans in here? I absolutely love his newest album, Out of the Black.

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Are there any Boys Noize fans in here? I absolutely love his newest album, Out of the Black.

 

I liked it, don't listen to him a ton though on the whole.

 

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Terravita freebie, good stuff:

 

https://soundcloud.com/terravita/terravita-spicy-by-the-glass


Edited by TehJam - 12/3/12 at 6:53pm
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I would have to say Boys Noize is probably my favorite producer, maybe because I grew up listening to Daft Punk and he kind of combines elements from Daft Punk's Homework years with Dark Electro and Techno Bass Lines.

 

Also I'm definitely considering purchasing Lorn's Ask the Dust soon, just based off the high praise for it I've seen on here.

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Just go for it, or even stream it somewhere if you can. It's my #2 album this year (so close to first, but I can't deny BT). 

 

I still need to get another copy on vinyl so I can frame my first one.

 

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I would have to say Boys Noize is probably my favorite producer, maybe because I grew up listening to Daft Punk and he kind of combines elements from Daft Punk's Homework years with Dark Electro and Techno Bass Lines.

 

Also I'm definitely considering purchasing Lorn's Ask the Dust soon, just based off the high praise for it I've seen on here.

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