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29 avr. 2013, 13h09m par TrancerouteIntroducing words.
In 2002's, producer Jeff Towne and journalist Peter Manzi from New Age Voice Magazine, have created rating of most significant works in ambient style for all time. For selecting of it, were invited following artists - Steve Roach, Robert Rich, founder of record company Hearts of Space - Stephen Hill. As a result were selected 25 albums. There are like an classical albums of Steve Roach and Brian Eno, as well as usually classified as porgressive rock - Tangerine Dream, electronic music - Aphex Twin, The Orb and even jazz - Miles Davis. Thus, ambient definition has been quite extended.
Full list of experts who took a part in creation of this list:
Stephen Hill, founder of Hearts of Space;
John Diliberto, producer and radio dj of Echoes syndicated radio;
Barbara Taylor, founder and editor in chief of New Age Voice Magazine;
Steve Davis, producer of Hearts of Space;
Howard Givens, founder and vice president of Spotted Peccary Records;
28 fév. 2013, 18h45m par ZhelezobetonTogether with the labels Shadowplay Records and monopoly records we are pleased to present you the second album of Archon Orchestra, produced by the well-known founder of Cyclotimia и Sphere Rex projects. "Cenotaph" continues the line started on the debut CD Pong - the sounds of a church organ harmoniously intertwine with delicate, subtle electronics while piano and strings mysteriously "float" under the arches of a gothic cathedral immersing the listener in light melancholia. Recommended for the lovers of both atmospheric soundtracks (Ludovico Einaudi, Eleni Karaindrou) and academic "minimalism" (Philip Glass, Terry Riley, Arvo Pärt). However it's also absolutely worth checking out for the fans of "neoclassic" and "ethereal".
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Совместно с лейблами Shadowplay Records и monopoly records мы рады представить вашему вниманию второй альбом Archon Orchestra, за которым стоит небезызвестный основатель проектов Cyclotimia и Sphere Rex. …
16 déc. 2012, 11h52m par samueljeronimoMais uma vez, aqui fica, não uma lista dos melhores álbuns de 2012, mas uma ordenação qualitativa de tudo quanto ouvi este ano. Nesse sentido institui um sistema de qualificação em dois planos: um geral, constituído por cinco níveis (de A a F), e um outro, respeitante a cada um desses cinco, constituído por outros três (de A a C).
Desta forma penso tornar-se mais óbvio aquilo que penso em relação a cada título, procurando atenuar diferenças entre, por exemplo, o primeiro e o último álbum classificados com AA, e realçá-las entre, por exemplo, o último álbum com a classificação AA e o primeiro com AB.
001. Field Music, Plumb (Memphis Industries; Art rock);
002. Tindersticks, The something rain (Constellation; Rock);
003. Magma, Félicité thösz (Seventh; Zeuhl);
004. Motorpsycho and Ståle Storløkken, The death defying unicorn (Rune Grammofon; Rock progressivo);
005. Leonard Cohen, Old ideas (Columbia; Rock, Pop);
31 mai 2012, 9h25m par PorridgeGunFloating into the Night
by Julee Cruise
Snowflakes Are Dancing
by Isao Tomita
by Xander Harris
by The Brian Jonestown Massacre
by Swamp Children
by Frankie Rose
by Bobby Conn
by Aaron Freeman
by Ulrich Schnauss & Mark Peters
The Sounds of the Sounds of Science
by Yo La Tengo
7 mars 2012, 15h47m par guenter_w7
1 fév. 2012, 18h11m par The405Music
4 sept. 2011, 1h46m par PajseraZarez FM
Mondays from 22 - 02h CET
on Novi Radio Beograd
August 15th 2011
1. Jan Jelinek - Im Diskodickicht (5:22)
2. Kuchen Meets Mapstation - Primary (5:18)
3. Hannu - Välisoitto (2:57)
4. Porn Sword Tobacco - Watts Towers (3:15)
5. Hannu - Suruista suurin (3:00)
6. Pan-American - Lights on Water (3:42)
7. Pan-American - in harbour (6:10)
8. Hannu - Haapavesi (3:44)
9. ES - We Make Holes in the Heart to Break Universe Apart (13:19)
10. ES - les fleurs sont des bonnes auditrices (4:29)
11. Thomas Fehlmann - Atlas (5:24)
12. Tim Hecker - Dungeoneering (5:24)
13. Loscil - Dub For Cascadia (6:06)
14. Jan Jelinek - Up To My Same Old Trick Again (6:39)
15. Loscil - Lucy Dub (7:19)
16. Terry Riley - Poppy Nogood and the Phantom Band (21:38)
17. ES - A Love Cycle (12:06)
18. Thomas Fehlmann - Schaum (6:14)
19. Jan Jelinek - the ballad of soap Und: Die GEMA nimmt Kontakt auf (7:43)
20. The Exposures - Theme Of 'ifs Ands And Buts' (4:19)
30 août 2011, 11h38m par KindOfDudeF*ck me! Terry Riley's album A Rainbow in Curved Air is dated 1967?!!
Actually, this could easily be 2010 for 8-bit reminiscence, this could also be 70s for its psychedelic/progressive kind of sound. 80s work fine as well for heavy use of synthesizers. And that's not all. 50s fit in perfectly, too, for some subtle experimental/space tune.
All in all, this guy rocks! A real must listen!
3 juin 2011, 14h08m par heavylioneCurved Air are a pioneering british progressive rock group formed in 1970 by musicians who came from quite different artistic backgrounds, classic, folk, and electronic sound, which resulted in a mixture of progressive rock, folk rock, and fusion with classical elements. Along with High Tide, It's A Beautiful Day and East of Eden, Curved Air were one of the first bands after The Velvet Underground and It's A Beautiful Day to feature a violin. Considered (according to AllMusic) "one of the most dramatically accomplished of all the bands lumped into Britain's late-'60s prog explosion", Curved Air released eight studio albums (the first three became the UK Top 20 hits) and had a hit single with "Back Street Luv" (1971) which reached #4 in the UK Singles Chart.
The group evolved out of the band Sisyphus which was formed by Darryl Way (who studied violin at Dartington College and the Royal College of Music) and Francis Monkman, a member of Academy of St. …