“Ambient” (Used 755 times)
koreshovich on 07/22/2018 at 08:44PM
The atmospheric one-woman project of the Ukrainian composer and vocalist Anastasia Lazarenko, whose debut release was demo EP "Lilies" in 2018. Music and words are a psychological image of one person from the darkest depths of emotional experience, thus Edifice concernes music as a miscellaneous, individual and sometimes appaling exposure of identities hidden inside us.
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enoughrec on 07/21/2018 at 06:01PM
Cinematic dark ambient orchestral album by Russian project Alex Mason. Do you believe in spirits? "The Exorcist" will show you that their existence is real. At a time when only the sacred word coulds heal from unknown and painful ailments. A disease that amazes from within so deeply that not one surgical device will not reach and there were only the bravest, enlightened of us who dared to help the grief of the sufferer. Because for each demon there will be a person with a great faith living in the heart and such people are called - exorcists.
So who will win? This question will be answered in every work from the album, which is permeated with a terrible and gloomy atmosphere of fear in the best traditions of horror films.
deeperclaritynet on 07/17/2018 at 08:02PM
I chose to join the FMA because I believe that my music should be accessible to everyone regardless of money ! All of my music is available "pay what you want" on bandcamp, so it was only natural to move onto here as well. I've toured around alot of the country and have been making music for a long time, so I've developed alot of goals and principles for my music. I'm especially focused on making calm and thoughtful music, and it's exciting to me to make music of this ilk more available to the public (especially through means that aren't spotify/itunes etc!) Here is a bio that goes more in depth about my music :
A focused, painterly approach can be found throughout Philadelphian musician Tim Woulfe’s discography. Whether describing a single night of sleep on The Sleep Cycles (2016), the course of an average day on Silence (2017) or the myriad other explorations of place, person and nature on the many albums and EP’s that have been steadily released since 2013, Woulfe builds each track from the ground up with field recordings, nylon guitars, vocal harmonies and whatever else happens to be lying around the room at the time. These many layers make the songs feel human and lived in, a distinctly personal and stabilizing attempt at embodying stillness and softness in an often harsh and overwhelming world.
Rocco_Granata_1176 on 05/22/2018 at 06:45AM
This is the first CD that is both a musical project and art installation. On the musical aspect, “Works” is a collection of 12 instrumental tracks written and produced by me. Twelve melodies developing through minimalism, sacred arias, electronica and tribal choirs. Twelve small audible pictures that have no purpose other than to move the listener. The album was released in June 2016. This is my first self-produced and self-distributed album. “Works” is a crafted product where the songwriting is simple. From the melodies to the sounds, from mixing to mastering, all is permeated by a DIY spirit. Self-production and self-distribution as a musical and social language.
“Works” is distributed for free in two ways: social and antisocial. With the social distribution you can download the entire album for free, leaving the listener free to share it in whatever way he feels. With the antisocial distribution, the album is handed out through an art installation. “Works” has been made into 300 numbered and signed CDs, left on the streets or in public places, there to be picked by people passing by. Every copy left is photographed and the photo is shared on the website www.roccogranata.it/works.
The project started in June 2016 in Rome, where most of the copies were distributed, and it spread around through Italy, France, Spain, Iceland, Holland, Denmark, Russia, Turkey, China, Cambodia, Senegal, Japan, Australia, Brasil, Argentina, Canada, Usa, Tailandia, Slovenia, Romania, Czech Republic, France, Croatia, Norway, Germany, Sveden, Greek, UK, Austria, Belgium. The CDs are distributed by me or by volunteers. There are copies that have yet to be distributed and are waiting to go around the world. If you want to distribute a CD, send me a message on this link.
From 14 to 16 July 2017 the Cd was taken to the Museo Macro in Rome on the occasion of Urban KING Action Figure. It's probably the first Cd to be exposed in a Museum of contemporary art.
A pianist and a cello player have contributed to the album recording. The nicknames they've chosen are Thomas Munz (piano), a homage to Thomas Müntzer, historical figure of the 16 th century and one of the protagonists of Luther Blisset's novel “Q”, and Lita Rodcenko (cello), which is a made up name. Lita, as a homage to Lita Ford, metal guitarist, and Aleksandr Rodčenko, artist and father of the Russian constructivism.
murmurintemporel on 05/21/2018 at 09:42AM
Imenginations by elconEstharoe (Greece), a pyramidic-machine which converts electromagnetic signals and cosmic backround into audible spectrum.