Analogue Relaxation

LostLegend

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These guys usually make very dark sounding noisecore ambient, proper acquired taste stuff.
But this one is much more... soothing

Might still be a bit too dark for this thread though, but I like it!
 

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These guys usually make very dark sounding noisecore ambient, proper acquired taste stuff.
But this one is much more... soothing

Might still be a bit too dark for this thread though, but I like it!
I don't think it's really for this thread, but a nice one!
 
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Hensmon

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This is just an audio-lovers dream. It feels so 3d-sounding somehow.

Have we found all there is now you think? Was hoping to see a new one from you but I guess we will be stuck with reposts until another beauty falls into our lap randomly.
 
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Daysleeper

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Have we found all there is now you think? Was hoping to see a new one from you but I guess we will be stuck with reposts until another beauty falls into our lap randomly.
Nah, theres more to come. Just saw it wasnt posted in here so took the opportunity.
 

Redrot

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Love this wall-of-sound ambient!


Rival Consoles always has such detailed cinematic and instantly recognizable synths.


> The three artists, all pioneering their own versions of forward looking electronic music in their own works, mesh into a seamless, gauzy, and expressive trio here; a mysterious palimpsest of amorphous, curious, introspective, and masterfully arranged sounds and musical motifs. The collection feels cinematic; this term usually connotes something sweeping, grandiose… instead of grandiosity we are shown a film full of subtle emotional negotiation, longing and release, mundane landscapes shrouded in purple night and light pollution.
 
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Hensmon

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Love that Dream Sequence track @Daysleeper. So nice. The b-zet tracks also so sweet. When I see is ultimate underwater relaxation at that first 3/4 mins.

@Peenuts what was the last one you shared? It's a dead video for me? Track titles next time yeah ;)
 

Peenuts

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Love that Dream Sequence track @Daysleeper. So nice. The b-zet tracks also so sweet. When I see is ultimate underwater relaxation at that first 3/4 mins.

@Peenuts what was the last one you shared? It's a dead video for me? Track titles next time yeah ;)

µ-Ziq & Mrs Jynx - The Ballad of Darth Vader

 

Archon

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Pure magic. The sounds alone are worth a listen. Sounds like a 2001: A Space Odyssey track at the beginning.

There are lots of fucking amazing modern tracks in the similar style (as shared here), but I don't know...when I see 1992 or so in the title, I always click play, and almost always prefer them to their modern counterparts by a large margin. The arrangements are objectively worse (though slightly so), and more experimental or amateurish, but the synths make all the difference.
 

TRANCEBLASTER

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Pure magic. The sounds alone are worth a listen. Sounds like a 2001: A Space Odyssey track at the beginning.

There are lots of fucking amazing modern tracks in the similar style (as shared here), but I don't know...when I see 1992 or so in the title, I always click play, and almost always prefer them to their modern counterparts by a large margin. The arrangements are objectively worse (though slightly so), and more experimental or amateurish, but the synths make all the difference.

yesyes and of course... 89-92 are by many people considered as the golden years of electronic dance music.)
 
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