Entries Tagged as 'ambient music'

9/10 Prosthetic Frequencies

Ambient soundscape in the sense of ambient put forward by Brian Eno. Music that can be listened to in the background without ever noticiing it.

This music seeps through your pores and regenerates your inner flows.

Download and listen to gnomon now.

Solyaris – Antelao Adrift (draft release 22-01-07) – Listening & stats at Last.fm

Solyaris – Antelao Adrift (draft release 22-01-07) – Listening & stats at Last.fm.

 

DREAMY ETHERIC

 

Deaf Center – White Lake

from the album “Pale Ravine”

an excellent piano song.

All my Blue Mars

Blue Mars is one of my early influences in Ambient and Space Music… here I simply throw in every great song that I hear on their stream.

this Deepspace grows on you.

Not aggressive space music. Very floatey. This first release by Deepspace has joined my discriminating collection.

"Barometric Sun" by Deepspace

Here we enjoy warm tones. This is very much background music. Nothing like Philip Wilkerson where you see crab nebulas explode right before your eyes.

But well worth a download.

“Barometric Sun” by Deepspace

Here we enjoy warm tones. This is very much background music. Nothing like Philip Wilkerson where you see crab nebulas explode right before your eyes.

But well worth a download.

thank you Michael Shannon

Michael Shannon is a prolific ambient and space artist on archive.org . I like about 25% of his work.

* Domestic Tranquility is not bad

* Icicles on Bells is not bad either. Thing is, it has a lot of movement and change which make it somewhat hard to float to.
but mainly I am grateful for him pointing me to some free software to compose ambient music. if you read his music overviews, he points you to IXI Software and Jungulator.

Thank you Michael.

“Cosmic Lullabies” by Doc & Lena Selyanina

I had this album on while I was in my floatation tank. I was drifting in and out of consciousness, then all of a sudden right in front of my field of vision, I beheld a golden sphinx-like head and it had golden stars above it.

It was an incredible vision. But only just as incredible as this excellent music.

Cosmic Lullabies is the sixth album from the Finnish ambient producer Doc and the Russian pianist Lena Selyanina, cosmic and meditative in its style and spirit.

The opening track Bell Meditation is a pure meditation song based on huge bell sounds that resonate and vibrate for extended periods of time. Gradually rising ethereal echoes from sacred eastern choral tradition mix with the bells to form a calm and majestic cosmic setting, perfect for deep relaxation and meditation.

The starting point for Neptune was Lena’s beautiful impressionistic piano improvisation moving in G# Minor, “the bluest of musical modes”, as Lena puts it. The piano then gets surrounded by a mysterious and meditative ambient soundworld. The entire 17 minute song can be interpreted as a long, symbolic probe-like dive through the blue, dreamlike gas layers of Neptune to ever deeper and darker realms, all the way down to the solid rock and metal core of the planet, and from there back to the starlight.

The final track Andromeda is an ambient voyage into the majestic sphere of our neighbour galaxy.

"Cosmic Lullabies" by Doc & Lena Selyanina

I had this album on while I was in my floatation tank. I was drifting in and out of consciousness, then all of a sudden right in front of my field of vision, I beheld a golden sphinx-like head and it had golden stars above it.

It was an incredible vision. But only just as incredible as this excellent music.

Cosmic Lullabies is the sixth album from the Finnish ambient producer Doc and the Russian pianist Lena Selyanina, cosmic and meditative in its style and spirit.

The opening track Bell Meditation is a pure meditation song based on huge bell sounds that resonate and vibrate for extended periods of time. Gradually rising ethereal echoes from sacred eastern choral tradition mix with the bells to form a calm and majestic cosmic setting, perfect for deep relaxation and meditation.

The starting point for Neptune was Lena’s beautiful impressionistic piano improvisation moving in G# Minor, “the bluest of musical modes”, as Lena puts it. The piano then gets surrounded by a mysterious and meditative ambient soundworld. The entire 17 minute song can be interpreted as a long, symbolic probe-like dive through the blue, dreamlike gas layers of Neptune to ever deeper and darker realms, all the way down to the solid rock and metal core of the planet, and from there back to the starlight.

The final track Andromeda is an ambient voyage into the majestic sphere of our neighbour galaxy.