Soundtrack: Red Fog – “199 Broken Light Tubes” – exploring the world that is to be reached following the stairs down into the ruins we left behind.
Soundtrack: Forgotten Backyard – “l’aube” (off the “de poussière rouge” EP released via ambientaria). Like distant dreaming, in some way. All along the lines, a short note on why recently I keep on posting music which is either netlabel or creative-commons based. There are two reasons to do so: On one side, I want to
Soundtrack: rngmnn – “skogsrået”. Strange music for a somewhat peculiar image. Exploring machinery, once again, in these (urban) areas in which abandoned devices just akin to that still are present, waiting to be seen.
Soundtrack: The Inventors of Aircrafts – “The Tower”. An other sort of abandoned machinery.
Soundtrack: Anna Rose Carter & Pleq – “A mirror sitting”. Quietness. Suspended machinery. Artifacts emitting silence, in some way. Feeling tired today, also in some way.
Soundtrack: Xun – “Clastic” (off “Framework”, released under a CC-BY-NC-ND license via ambientaria records. Again, it somehow just felt like it fit the mood.
Depending upon the very mood, I am into different kinds of music throughout my (working) days, and for quite a while, all kinds of electronic stuff has been close to top my my list, including both a couple of more familiar names and stuff which might be considered pretty much “unknown” these days, for whichever
A few days ago, while browsing archive.org I stumbled across “Incubi Succubi” by Daina Dieva and Svart1. Somehow, this 25-minutes beast of an ambient track has caught my attention and been played quite a couple of times ever since. Initially, this track partially reminded me of Vangelis’ incredible soundtrack to “Blade Runner”, but “Incubi Succubi”
Music to code to, in some way: Browsing the darkwinter.com archives, I stumbled across “Glaciations” by Canadian ambient/electronics twopiece Kalte. The page says it all, I guess: … Inspired by the isolation and emptiness inherent in the Polar Night, the Toronto-based electronic duo Kalte has released “Glaciations”, a series of five sound environments made up