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Old 03-31-2015, 06:32 AM   #231 (permalink)
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...I could see John Cage's "A String Quartet in Four Parts" or Basinski's "The Disintegration Loops". Basinski might not directly fall under the classical portion, but with that piece I feel like it's the most appropriate place for him since that really is a landmark drone piece.
Basinski for certain. RYM files it under Ambient, Tape Music, Minimalism and Drone. I'd definitely vote to fit it on the list!

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could add Space Ambient (John Serrie, Seirom, Michael Stearns, Alrakis, etc being some big names there) and Black Ambient (Gnaw Their Tongues, Trist, Abruptum, Moevot, etc). Also Ritual Ambient as well - Mondo Bungle would be the dude to give recs for that for sure, but Sigillum S probably fits.
Thanks Ninetales! Definitely add that to the list. That also reminded me that I'd omitted the psybient subgenre.

Carbon Based Lifeforms - World of Sleepers is the stand-out album though Cell's "Audio Deepest Night" and Shpongle's Are You Shpongled? are up there as well.
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Old 03-31-2015, 06:52 AM   #232 (permalink)
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Just edited my original submission to add the essential Wolfgang Voigt Nah Und Fern Gas box set. Starting to wonder if perhaps I should build a separate guide to ambient music as this is quickly growing too large for the original thread's project.
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^ wow I was just going to come in and say you should add that box set to the list. just brilliant stuff
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^ wow I was just going to come in and say you should add that box set to the list. just brilliant stuff
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Decided to put together an essential guide to Modern Ambient music. My latest member journal entry covers the last 40 years of ambient essentials, encapsulated into two short video features and a handy reference list of albums discussed. Crushed into little nut Clusters and mixed with crispy flakes.

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Where collection of your songs?
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Brian Eno - Deep Blue Day (Ambient)

Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers - California Desert Party (proto-punk garage rock)

Philip Glass - Metamorphosis 1 (Minimalism)

Shonen Knife - Capybara (Japanese Pop Punk)

Beat Happening - Knick Knack (American Indie and lo-fi)

Vintage Beausoleil - L'Amour Ou La Folie (Cajun, Creole, Zydeco)

Dresden Dolls - Coin Operated Boy (Brechtian Cabaret Punk)

Sufjan Stevens - "All Good Naysayers, Speak Up! Or Forever Hold Your Peace!" (Americian Indie Folk; this particular song as well as others have different time signatures)
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