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This is a short album, containing some light airy drones for you to calm down and to burn your inner smiles. Recommended for listening while falling asleep.


1) Pine Tinkling (5:18)
2) Cogitative Mineral (6:05)
3) Tiny Ethereal Creatures (5:40)
4) Sun Drip (9:21)

Overall duration: 26 minutes and 24 seconds, bitrate: 320 kbps.

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Sometimes we see it. We see it among the everyday reality. It is sure to exist – the Hidden Path. The Hidden Path to our brightest and clearest dreams. Don’t lose it.  Make this Path visible to yourselves, and make it hidden to the others. It is your own way.  This album is based on processed guitar drones, and for the first time violin sounds are used (“Frozen Flood Plain”). Also some sounds, born in an experiment were used (“Tamer Of Magnetic Storms”), when synth sounds from a computer were recorded, through a MIDI-keyboard, on the same computer, when an endless feedback was produced.  Dark ambient atmospheres alternate with light and tranquil ambient ones to create some kind of a balance.  Also you can find here different themes – from solar physics, poetic depictions of landscapes, to a kind of a tribute to Tove Jansson’s hero of Snufkin – a symbol of travelling across outer and inner worlds. So, make a journey through your Hidden Paths.


1)Hidden Path (5:57)
2)Cold Sky (17:08)
3)Frozen Flood Plain (5:00)
4)Gentle Pine Embrace (4:26)
5)Kink (11:08)
6)Tamer Of Magnetic Storms (6:25)
7)Stunned By The Stars (11:11)
8)Snufkin Returns To Moominland (10:05)

Total time: 1 hour, 11 minutes, 20 seconds. Bitrate: 320 kbps.


The idea of “Psychic Transport” was born in a dream, where people were like shiny beams, moving to and fro in space, reincarnating in different worlds and in different forms. Men and Women turned out to be the portals for new spirits’ arrival on Earth. Furthermore, the whole atmosphere is much influenced by Bardo Todol, a guidebook for released souls, who should seek for effervescent and dazzling light, and avoid soft light sources – to get closer to really Better World. So, this album is an attempt to look into the unknown depths of the Other Side.


1. Effervescent Light Of Beyond (6:06)
2. Exfoliation of Illusions (4:06)
3. Metempsychosis (8:18)
4. Psychic Transport* (4:06)
5. We Fly (12:07)

*There is a misprint in the download version. The right variant is “psychic transport”, not “psychis“.
Total time: 34:43
Bit rate – 320 kbps

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This is another release on Tukuringra netlabel, which contains various experiments with synthetic and natural sounds, ranging from calm to harsh.

Cover art by Mira Jain

Other Ambient (and related) Music / Re: Free Music
« on: May 11, 2011, 05:57:59 AM »
Very nice and variable track, Jonathan! Was it ever released on any label?

Great work! Here is the review on it:
(Agniworld) Stellardrone - A Moment Of Stillness
Keep the pot boiling, Stellardrone!

Undoubtedly it's true. I have all Endless Ascent releases in my collection, and they constitute the "warming and comfortable sound" section in it. Some of them, and Kendall Station's album as well are reviewed in by blog:
Kendall Station - Nebulae and Gridlock

Thank you, gentlemen!

Other Ambient (and related) Music / Re: NEW :: Robert Davies "POND"
« on: May 11, 2011, 04:01:20 AM »
Hello, Richard!

Thank you! Your review is also quite nice! I'm glad to join this forum!


I am Kirill Platonkin, sometimes I write drone ambient music. And I found here a nice place to stay in and to learn something new from the ambient world.

Yes, it is a magnificent release from Endless Ascent! I downloaded it long ago, but I return to it again from time to time. It leaves a very pleasant impression.

Other Ambient (and related) Music / Re: NEW :: Robert Davies "POND"
« on: May 09, 2011, 08:58:25 PM »
Yes, it's a very nice music. See the review on Agniworld:
(Agniworld) Robert Davies - Pond

Other Ambient (and related) Music / Re: Darkest Ambient
« on: May 09, 2011, 08:40:03 PM »
I can suggest one project from Russia, named Gasgruel. The works, that I listened to were released on Liminal Recs label, and they turned to be a great example of "darkest ambient". They are mostly devoted to horrors of war. Here are some links for you to explore:
Gasgruel - Nimb
Gasgruel - Inwardness
Gasgruel - Gate Shining Heart
Also I can say, that the music of Gasgruel is as well pre- and postapocalyptic.


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May on Tukuringra Netlabel starts with the 5th release – “Conduit”.
It is a darker and sadder one, tending to be more experimental.

1. Visionary (5:16)
2. Crimson Moon (3:18)
3. Glaring Stone (6:35)
4. Conduit (7:36)
5. Floe (14:04)
6. Kuenga Station (8:14)
7. The Guest (7:46)

Total duration 52 minutes 49 seconds, Format – MP3, 320kpbs

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