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Welcome - sorry but the link does not work for me. :(
Hi there,
I'm Santiago from Uruguay.
I released my new ambient album one month ago.
'Nyrst' includes atmospheric, dreamy & ethereal tracks.
Enjoy it! -


WALDORF Q - Ambient Chillout Music Soundscape 【SYNTH DEMO】


Waldorf Q synth demo - playing ambient chillout drone music soundscape on Waldorf Q virtual analog / digital synth from Waldorf.

This relaxing ambient drone synthesizer music created via step sequencer, LFOs, reverb and more.



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Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« Last post by chris23 on Yesterday at 03:34:48 PM »
Porya Hatami - Arrivals and Departures
New release on Time Released Sound. This represents more of Porya's softer, synth work as opposed to the more acoustic, glitchy soundscapes that he's better known for. Great stuff: It is easy to get lost in this; the sounds feel like sonic clouds, making it easy to imagine yourself floating through the sky.

Art and Literature, Movies and TV / Re: Now Reading, pt 2
« Last post by chris23 on Yesterday at 03:31:02 PM »
Just finished Lock In, by John Scalzi. I listened to the audio version, which was narrated by Wil Wheaton (who is awesome, btw). The story is set in the near future: The world is recovering from the spread of a virus that has killed millions of people and left others as "lock ins"--individuals who are conscious, but have no volitional control of their bodies. After the initial containment, the government and industry develop ways for lock ins to interact in the word via remote-controlled robots or to interact in virtual communities. That is the context around which Scalzi develops a clever murder mystery. This is an excellent story--it is suspenseful, the characters are interesting, there are a few twists, and the the way the science fiction is worked out is at exactly the right depth (i.e., one step ahead of the reader and in ways that open up the possibilities in creative ways).   
50 limited and hand numbered C34 manufactured tapes

You can listen and do your order here:

diametric. webstore:

Interstellar Sounds:

a1 will-o'-the-wisp
a2 graveyard of the gods
a3 death loop
b1 oblivion
b2 parallax
b3 pantheon

Be my Friend in Exile is Miguel Gomes from London. He has released on Somehow Records and Twice Removed Records and his third release landed at diametric. towers earlier this year and was instantly a favourite listening experience, so it is with pleasure to present you his work. The track titles already give you an idea how this mini album sounds like but only tell half the story. Haunting, menacing and obviously dark and even a little bit morbid, but underneath all this bleak ambience lies a fragile beauty in form of exquisite melodies and sounds that shimmer through the sometimes harsh noisy layers of sound. Dark ambient at its best.
Limited and hand numbered to 50x C34 cassette tapes, incl. digital download, provided with purchase of the tape through the diametric. webstore. Tapes will only be available through the diametric. webstore and Interstellar Sounds exclusively. Download only included with purchase in the diametric. webstore.
Definitely yes. To me, Auchentoshan 12 is good, but Three Wood is special. Definitely worth the extra money, so if you like Auchentoshan 12, definitely try Three Wood.
Other Ambient (and related) Music / Echospace Detroit CD's
« Last post by drone on on Yesterday at 06:36:14 AM »
I love this dub techno label, but every time I look at their Bandcamp page, all the CD releases are sold out.  And this is stuff only out for a couple weeks.  Luckily the Amoeba record store here gets copies so I don't always miss out, but some of this stuff just can't be found anywhere after its sold out.  Anyone else into this label with similar frustration?
Other Ambient (and related) Music / Re: Aphex Twin
« Last post by Julio Di Benedetto on Yesterday at 05:14:40 AM »
Drukqs did not do much for either. 

I do like the analog sounds in Syro but the tracks I have heard seem too cluttered and is the irritating part for me.  Could be the desired effect though.  I still may get it.
Nice line up there Mike....the whisky I mean ;)

Aberlour 16 is a favorite.....Auchentoshan 12 is my go to malt and I had my eye on the triple wood but have not taken the plunge yet.  Did you like it?
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