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Friday 22 january "WavemansUnderground" EM/Ambient music
20.00-0.00 / 7pm-11.00pm(UK) / 2-6pm(US) CST
http://www.underground-aexpaerten.de/radio1/

---see flyer with playlist--- You are welcome in the chat

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It's official release day for "Phosphenes" (DiN65) by Dave Bessell & Parallel Worlds so it should be available on the popular streaming platforms as well as selected stores & mail order companies.

first great review:

http://www.sonicimmersion.org/parallel-worlds-dave-bessell-phosphenes/

another great review, rating 5 out of 5:
https://www.synthsequences.com/post/parallel-worlds-dave-bessel-phosphenes-2021
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Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« Last post by chris23 on January 12, 2021, 12:03:58 PM »
On an Ashera kick today, one of my favorite ambient artists from "that era." Now playing: Cobalt 144.
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https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0lhd6rCv4u9qVz1tdPkfZP 

:papercutz - The Gift of Self(Simon Scott remix)
Russ Young - Phalo
Dan Abrams - Floating City
Josiah Steinbrick - Vibraphone, Marimbaphone, Malleted Wood, Two Synthesizers)
Masayoshi Fujita - Tears of the Unicorn
Gaussian Curve - Red Light
Jonny Nash/Suzanne Kraft - Photo With Grey Sky, White Clouds
Arp - Halflife Visions
Porya Hatami - Butterflies
Caterina Barbieri - SOTRS
Saloli - Barcarolle
Warmth - No Stars Tonight
Andrew Pekler - Hy Brasil
Andrew Pekler - Description of Rain(over Frisland)
Shuta Yasukochi - Before
H. Takahashi - Wurzel
Shiho Yabuki - Energy Flow(Ki No Nagare)
Gallery Six - Mountain Hamlet(Sleep Mix)
Causeyoufair - All Feelings
Windy and Carl - Forest Trails
H. Takahashi - Paleozoic
Hiroshi Yoshimura - Clouds
Joseph Shabason - Aytche
Andrew Pekler - Saxenburg / Pepys / Aurora
Plaid - Zamami
Pauline Anna Strom - Freedom at the 45th Floor
Hiroshi Yoshimura - Water Copy
Poemme - Forest Hymn
The Golden Islands - In the Hidden Chambers of Caracol
Joseph Shabason - 1517
Richard Bone - Sea Clouds
Gaussian Curve - Impossible Island
Arp - Ozu
Yoshio Ojima - Float On
Arovane/Porya Hatami - Ellipsoid

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Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« Last post by stargazer on January 07, 2021, 10:01:15 AM »
Over the last days I have been listening to this music:

Snow Burdened Remnants of Humanity by Hiemal
https://hiemalambient.bandcamp.com/track/snow-burdened-remnants-of-humanity
I rarely buy one track of a whole album, but this one stands out, in this music you find endless tranquility and emotions

Triune by KAMMARHEIT
https://cycliclaw.bandcamp.com/album/triune
an anniversary release of the first three albums, outstanding iconic music, dark and meditative at the same

Thronal by KAMMARHEIT
https://cycliclaw.bandcamp.com/album/thronal
the new, fourth album, goes seamless with the older works, for me there will be never a better dark ambient act

Llugwy by LLYN Y CWN
https://muzaneditions.bandcamp.com/album/llugwy
it is not easy to convince me with field recording music, but this artist's music hits me deep, last time I had this with Thomas Köner

The Colours Of Silence by Music For Sleep
https://mforsleep.bandcamp.com/album/the-colours-of-silence
love the album title, love the music, especially "Silence III" that reaches the sublime areas and touches infinity
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Art and Literature, Movies and TV / Re: Now Reading, pt 2
« Last post by Seren on January 06, 2021, 03:34:50 PM »
Currently reading a large hardback version of Lord of the Rings - a friend was getting rid of it.
   very long time since I read it and i forgot about all the singing.....

Have joined a book club;
First read was Shuggie Bain - a beautifully written but brutal description of a young boys experience of living with his mother's addiction to alcohol...
   it is evocative and you can almost smell the alcohol, vomit and decrepit accommodation as well as feel the despair, fear, suicide attempts and constantly dashed hopes.
   It is like watching a car crash as it happens, horrible, but impossible to turn your eyes away from.
   There is no 'positive' sides to the tale - I think that is to be found in his life after the events of the book.
   It was so well written it made me consider, for the first time, asking my mother why she tried to kill herself when I was younger - something that has never occurred to me to do before.
   not that I will do that, no need to - but that was how powerfully the book was written....

not sure I'm selling it....it's a book to endure rather than enjoy and wonder how people manage to survive.
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Art and Literature, Movies and TV / Re: Blade Runner Sequel
« Last post by Seren on January 06, 2021, 03:11:53 PM »
I have got both films in 4K and have to say I think they are both stunning and beautiful and will be rewatched many times.
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Forum Member Projects News and Promotion / Re: Seren Ffordd new release - Sparse
« Last post by Seren on January 06, 2021, 02:21:10 PM »
Thank you for the response Julio, I too know the spaces where the only sound is of the wind rustling in grass or a hawk flying through the trees.
   Where if a fly lands on a piece of paper I wonder if it is an evolutionary event - what the fly makes of an 'alien' substance?

I am looking forward to exploring sounds through this project - trying not to have too many ideas before I start a new piece.
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Forum Member Projects News and Promotion / Re: Seren Ffordd new release - Sparse V
« Last post by Seren on January 05, 2021, 11:14:31 AM »
I have bad headphones and it sounds great on those.

 8) and  :o


I can never recommend getting good headphones enough - the 'Cans....whats on your head?' topic has been running a number of years. http://www.hypnos.com/smf/index.php?topic=3711.0

I'm still using my grado's and have a bushmaster DAC / headphone amp in my hi-fi now.
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