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Old 05-28-2017, 12:48 AM   #4001 (permalink)
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So I am graduating this week and I'm having a little gathering for family and friends before hand. I'm in charge of the playlist for it and I'm wondering if you guys know of any non cliche songs for graduation?
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Old 06-27-2017, 10:43 PM   #4007 (permalink)
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So I'd like some recs to give me at least a basic idea of the scope of ambient. I really only know a handful of artists like Brian Eno, Tangerine Dream, Lustmord, Oneohtrix Point Never, and... I don't know, other ****. Early, modern classical ambient would be great, but I just want a basic idea of what's out there so I can maybe run with it.
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Old 06-27-2017, 11:14 PM   #4008 (permalink)
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You came to the right forum, guy.

Well a really amazing one that puts me in a great mood for writing because it's so cloaking and dark is Morton Feldman's Piano and String Quartet. I think it's one of the best classical pieces ever written. More minimalist than ambient but just ****ing listen to it.

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Alvin Lucier's I Am Sitting in a Room is wild and gives you a good scope on what ambient music is all about both directly through speaking and in sound.

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Since you mentioned Oneohtrix Point Never I'll drop in some Tim Hecker, a vaporwave contemporary of OPN's who's collaborated with him as well.

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Brian Eno's Music for Airport's is essential because it's so foundational to the genre and you seriously hear it in everything once you get it memorized. I legit heard this in a valley once.

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Popol Vuh is crazy brilliant in the vein of Eno in the vein of really building a world with soundscapes and they are crazy beautiful. Oh, and they also predate Eno.

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The Caretaker is ****ing great. His music is about Alzheimer's and the repetition of memory and the fading away of memories and happiness and fear and **** but even outside of that context his music is really great.

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I'm a huge fan of Paul Jebanasam's Continuum. It's a massive sounding apocalyptic, climactic film score-esque journey. Rad stuff.

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William Basinski's The Disintegration Loops is a piece of tape played over and over as it disintegrates each time it passes over the tape head. It's a classic of the genre and exemplifies the way that we react to loops in that it seems to gain depth before it fades away. He also recorded it on 9/11 in NY as the towers went down so it's pretty much the deepest music ever made, bro.

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Be sure to give them all in depth, full listens, preferably with headphones because progression is a big part of the genre. I feel like I barely even clipped the iceberg too.
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Old 07-05-2017, 12:45 AM   #4009 (permalink)
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Anyone know of any non-traditional bands that have appropriated the duduk as an instrument?
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Old 07-05-2017, 04:50 AM   #4010 (permalink)
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Hello!

I am new here. I have project to compile songs that reflect a Nissan GT-R's soul. Any help would be appreciated. Only requirement is that the songs should be quite common and recognizable.

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