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For those who love a forboding atmosphere
Biodegradable, November 7, 2016 In Music and Audio
Aurastore, an old fellow labelmate from Breakbit, is one of my favourite artists all-time. Does stuff more in the space ambient end than on the dark side, but especially this song is pretty dark, and one of my favourites from them.
It occurred to me that even though this band is mostly about hard rock and alternative metal, this particular song might edge into dark ambient territory. It's short, but it has a more subdued and eerie tone than most of their other work.
Suddenly realized I completely forgot to post this here when I uploaded it, whoops.
I also recently uploaded it on Mixcloud if that's more your thing
I now have gone to my first partially Dark Ambient show in the middle of a forest (complete with an abandoned mansion [picture taken in 2014] and a bonfire). 3 hours of that, a couple hours of Glitch and Deep Trance, and the last 5 hours (of which we only listened like 2 hours) of Darkpsy and other Psytrance.
It definitely was dark by 9PM, when it started, although I would have preferred it the other way around - starting with Psytrance, moving on to Deep Trance and finishing with Dark Ambient.
The DJ who played both the Dark Ambient and Glitch/DT sets only has one set on YouTube currently, although he does have one more on Mixcloud.
And finally a picture taken during the Glitch & Deep Trance set.
Been recently messing around and interested in sounds that evoke utter vastness, resulting in some improv recorded early this morning.
Kinda lo-fi with a slightly harsh focus on higher frequencies
Well, since at least one other person posted their own music here...
Ever since I saw this sculpture in the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art I've had the idea of creating a dark ambient piece evoking a dark, desolate swamp with one of these monstrosities creeping towards the listener. And since I still owe you a birthday present, I'm dedicating this one to you, @Biodegradable
I'm working on something new, too, but in the void of more recent fully completed ventures, here's an ancient Dark Ambient project of mine in its full glory of a whopping 24kbps.
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