“Dark Ambient” (Used 280 times)
murmurintemporel on 09/15/2018 at 10:36PM
Cold Comfort, the new album by Sea of Aland (UK).
Dark ambient soundscapes.
murmurintemporel on 08/25/2018 at 01:02PM
Zeffon (Renton, Washington - USA) try to make things that are a little more... surreal.
This giant album (and its crazy title) are dedicated to the dead and the odd rumors surrounding death. In a few words, the songs themselves are meant to invoke a sense of malaise and uneasiness.
This album is divided into two parts :
1 - Urban-Habitual : tracks 01 to 22
2 - Tribal-Temporary : tracks 23 to 61.
TAGGED AS:experimental electronic, soundscapes, field recordings, percussions, sound art, See More...
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.
TAGGED AS:ambient electronic, dark synth, dark ambient electronic, exprerimental, gothic, See More...
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.
murmurintemporel on 05/25/2018 at 08:42AM
Glyndwr M - the fifth album of Dolby, Fialkiewicz, Jovet (UK) - presents the story of William Martin Glyndwr Michael, a homeless man whose body was used in Operation Mincemeat, the successful Second World War deception plan that lured German forces to Greece prior to the Allied invasion of Sicily.