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#3873

The Selbstportrait series is also particularly amazing.


#3874

The last This Is What I Do :disappointed_relieved:


#3875

There are some new Underworld things on the streaming services.


#3876

Alice.


#3877

love this record too!

the tape archives from roedelius are my favorites of him, because one gets an insight into his working process. sketches, jams and ideas:


#3878

23 years of listening to In Sides yet i somehow never thought to even know THIS EXISTS. (O__O;)

All sorts of great stuff going on in there. Chills as Justice’s entire sound springs into being fully formed at 9:03 :smiley:


#3879

oh, damn, didn’t know about this one, thanks!

i really appreciate sketches and process jams and anything that exposes the scaffolding beneath. they’re such a direct line to the artist’s hand.


#3880

This, a lot:


#3881


#3882

Anyone know what’s happening at 1:54 to make that whirring whistle sound? I’ve heard it elsewhere but don’t know how to recreate it. Also this album as a whole is shot or sorely needed energy.

edit: trying to reply to posts before posting a track of my own (community and discussion and all that), @Starthief this is pretty inspiring stuff! It’s hard to tell where the jungle ends and Easel begins. It’s one of the more seamless incorporation of a field recording I’ve heard, my own attempts feeling like “and now A BIRD is in this… back to synths.”


#3883

real nice, thanks for sharing this


#3884

Yeah, this is cool. To give myself some authenticity points, I remember going out and getting the vinyl when I was a student…


#3885

been listening to a lot of kenichiro isoda’s work from the 90s this past week


#3886


#3887

I went to this link because of an article in the newspaper I read every day :
https://next.liberation.fr/musique/2019/03/14/au-japon-l-ambient-met-l-ambiance_1715138
This will be my first 2019 cd purchase !


#3888

Research leads me to some unexpected, wonderful things:

https://soundcloud.com/fhqwhgads/kate-bush-under-ice-800-slowdown


#3889

Thank you for reminding me these records exist; lovely explorations of texture.


#3890

Lately I’ve been enjoying The Remote Viewer’s lovely crackling and popping drum programming.


#3891

#3892

I remember hearing this for the first time. It was the first date with the one I have now been with for 13 years. Also the first country song I liked.