« on: February 06, 2015, 01:07:42 PM »
See ya there!
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Enjoyed your collab track with Soriah, Nathan. Has more than a little Jorge Reyes vibe to it... Particularly nice to see new tracks from Larry Fast/Synergy (!) and Jeff Pearce (in his space guitar mode).
A pair of journeys, starting off on a quiet, acoustic line with a focus on piano, then into a much more ambient trek that plies the shadows for sounds and whispers before lifting itself up to finish in a place of--well, to be honest, ass-kicking power.
Runningonair, Numina, Igneous Flame, Youngblood, Greinke, Ashley & more.
90 minutes of the good stuff. Nathan Youngblood, John Vorus, Resonant Drift, Rigel Orionis, Transcedent Device, Jonathan Block, Bing Satellites, dep, The Smokering, Patrick Balthrop and Helpling & Jenkins.
The heck with the concert... I wish I could be there to meet everyone from this forum! Maybe with brews afterward...
I remember there was a track on that Roach/Stearns/Sunsinger "Kiva" album "Mother Ayahuasca."
Here's where a bunch of ambient geeks act like they've actually BEEN with a lady.
Tell me, squire... what was it like?
So I guess that means the next thread someone needs to start is a best ambient music to masturbate to.
Hit 70 subscribers to the podcast last night. Happy me. As for the podcast:
The path this time begins with a 40-minute consideration of the guitar, with pieces that range from earthly to otherworldly. Matt Borghi begins with some silk-edged sounds. Life Audience blends a funky riff with electronic twiddle. Patrick Smith keeps it gently acoustic with just the right touches of treatment. Petal follows suit with a slow-moving piece that feels like the onset of Sunday rain. Slow Dancing Society drifts through a bar-band 4 a.m. last-call tune. Your host indulges himself with an Anawaty/Russell piece that he's quite simply fallen in love with, and not just for its final two Oldfieldian minutes. Strom Noir lays down layer upon layer of processed guitar sounds in a dense, comforting haze. A Thousand Years runs a straight-rock sensibility through an ambient filter for a feeling that's quite pleasantly disjointed. Steven K. Smith plays us softly out, echoing along the way. From there it's off into drone-based territory with excerpts from long pieces by Ben Stepner and M. Peck moving us from deepening shadow to cloying darkness. Nathan Youngblood brings it back around with a soft flow of his own. Episode 20 concludes heading uptempo, courtesy of Acrylic.
http://hypnagoguepodcast.blogspot.com or on iTunes.