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 Post subject: Re: Inner Spaces: Drone, Ambient, Experimental, etc.
PostPosted: Sun May 06, 2018 7:47 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Inner Spaces: Drone, Ambient, Experimental, etc.
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 Post subject: Re: Inner Spaces: Drone, Ambient, Experimental, etc.
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Grouper's Grid of Points is a hazy, dreamy listen in a really good way. Here's "Birthday Song".


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So this mother fucker Jon Hassell is 81 years old and has released a new album this year with some really interesting stuff on it. Here's Pastorale Vassant from it - I have listened to it 3 times in a row because it's some sort of ear-worm or something.



Meanwhile Pearl Jam are putting out Can't Deny Me. Ffs.

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I liked that a lot!

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Max Richter: On The Nature Of Daylight
Taken from ‘The Blue Notebooks’ – originally released in 2004, now re-released with additional bonus content.

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 Post subject: Re: Inner Spaces: Drone, Ambient, Experimental, etc.
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that video :shock:

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i guess i'll put this here? anyway, i am really loving the new Goldmund album. really delicate and peaceful.




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i guess i'll put this here? anyway, i am really loving the new Goldmund album. really delicate and peaceful.



:thumbsup: Sounds great, just added to my collection. Do you ever listen to Steve Reich or John Adams?


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tragabigzanda wrote:
bodysnatcher wrote:
i guess i'll put this here? anyway, i am really loving the new Goldmund album. really delicate and peaceful.



:thumbsup: Sounds great, just added to my collection. Do you ever listen to Steve Reich or John Adams?


oh yeah love Steve Reich, but never listened to John Adams


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tragabigzanda wrote:
bodysnatcher wrote:
i guess i'll put this here? anyway, i am really loving the new Goldmund album. really delicate and peaceful.



:thumbsup: Sounds great, just added to my collection. Do you ever listen to Steve Reich or John Adams?


oh yeah love Steve Reich, but never listened to John Adams

Right on. Maybe check out The Dharma At Big Sur/My Father Knew Charles Ives, it's got a lot of similarities to this Goldmund record.


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New album from Tim Hecker, Konoyo, out September 22.





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Yeah great video

I feel the same way when somebody bails and f's up my Friday night.


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Aphex Twin logos started popping up again. Last time something like this happened, we got the album Syro shortly after. Warp confirmed that these are part of a campagin. Rejoice RDJ fans!

http://www.factmag.com/2018/07/30/aphex ... k-spotted/

Label confirm they are part of official campaign...
https://www.theguardian.com/music/2018/ ... tery-logos

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'Collapse EP'

01. T69 Interruption
02. First 44. MT 1 t 29 r 2
03. ? ? ? ? ? ?
04. Abundancel O edit [2 R 8, FZ 20 m & a 909]
05. Pthex (Bonus Track)

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Daniel Lanois just did a podcast interview with Tape Op:

https://tapeop.com/podcasts/episode-18-daniel-lanois


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this one is stunning:

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wiki wrote:
Rendez-vous Houston: A City in Concert was a live performance by musician Jean Michel Jarre amidst the skyscrapers of downtown Houston on the evening of April 5, 1986, coinciding with the release of the Rendez-Vous album.[1] For a period of time, it held a place in the Guinness Book of Records as the largest outdoor "rock concert" in history, with figures varying from 1 to 1.5 million in attendance. Rendez-vous Houston is remembered for being the concert which celebrated the astronauts of the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster, which had happened only two and a half months earlier. One of Jarre's friends, astronaut Ron McNair, had been killed in the disaster.[2] He was supposed to play the saxophone from space during the track "Last Rendez-Vous"; his substitute for the concert was Houston native Kirk Whalum.


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this one is stunning:

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update: Holy crap i'm in love. Could easily become a dessert island record for me. If you've listened to his past solo albums, know that this one is entirely instrumental and ambient; i think he's been working towards this record his whole career.


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this one is stunning:

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update: Holy crap i'm in love. Could easily become a dessert island record for me. If you've listened to his past solo albums, know that this one is entirely instrumental and ambient; i think he's been working towards this record his whole career.


listening to this now, and digging it so far

Track 2 has this really bizarre ambient country vibe to it. Love it.


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