Ambient

  • Infuse: “3m in a 3m” – a fantastic journey across interesting ambience

    Infuse is an electronic and dance music producer who is inspired by his environment and realizes his messages through arrangements that are both harmonious and melodic. His latest track is “3m in a 3m”, which like many of his previous releases, blends elements of ambient soundscapes and experimentation into...
  • Onixonst: “Criminal Damage” – varying patterns of electronic mutation

    Music producer Onixonst – a law student from Newcastle, England – churns out electronic albums with the regularity of an industrial production plant. Each one diverse in intention, execution and flavor. Accessible enough that you won’t get weird looks from your friends but varied and experimental enough to keep you...
  • William Jacobs: “Vapour Trail” – an acute sense of craftsmanship!

    Born in 2002 in Lincolnshire, England, it took now 16 year old producer, William Jacobs, until summer of 2016 to begin composing his own music, leaving behind his past hobby of covering music from video games. With singing being utterly out of the question, he soon began work on...
  • Lune: “Ixtab” is exceptionally fascinating

    Lune is a nineteen-year-old experimental musician from Johannesburg (South Africa), who uses his music to explore primarily human emotional complexities through instrumental compositions. His latest EP “Ixtab” is exceptionally fascinating. The music seems to glow with a strange otherworldly luminescence, as Lune weaves his soundscapes through both harmony and...
  • Review & Interview: Illrecur – “Evolu” is a superb mix of orchestral and synthetic tones!

    illrecur has spent the last decade building an impressive resume of instrumental music releases, and if he continues at this pace, his catalog will soon rival, if it has not already surpassed the greatest of music composers, pushing him into the ranks of the true film score masters such...
  • Invadable Harmony: “Memory” – a sophisticated sonic statement

    I really knew nothing about Invadable Harmony until I heard the song “Memory” on Spotify and so I was willing to give her whole playlist a listen. Definitely a pleasant surprise. Unlike a lot of ambient or New Age music, her compositions do not aimlessly meander or drone excessively....
  • Sea Of Thoughts: “A card towards infinity” captures moments of sonic poetry

    Sea Of Thoughts (Adrian Everts) is a Producer/Musician from the Netherlands who has release four albums. His latest being the 10 track “A card towards infinity”. It’s sometimes hard to find the words that accurately bring justice to an ambient work. The album offers music that, although subtle and...
  • Marc Sisco: “The Counselor” – stimulating electronic music

    “Healing Doctor” is a song written and composed by electronic artist, Marc Sisco, and taken off his album of original music, entitled “The Counselor”, which is his fourth album release. In sum, the record is full of incredible surprises. Sisco twists his familiar tropes into likable and catchy ways,...
  • Marc Chemali: “Prototype Musik” – fusing technology to human emotion

    “Prototype Musik” by Auckland, New Zealand producer, Marc Chemali is hands down one of the best electronic albums I have ever heard in a long while. Brilliantly composed, produced, and imagined from beginning to end. It’s one of those albums where you can tell that a great deal of...