92 Search Results for Tag: Ambient

Before Contact – 2814

Solutions might not be a matter of intensity, but repetition.

Ruhe – Lemonchill

One of the first steps to peace of mind is letting go of our unfair judgement.

Glory Of The Glacial Galaxy

moving through glaciers gifted by Going to the Sun… – featuring artists like Dungen • Jefre Cantu-Ledesma • Harold Budd • Laura Groves • Leifur James • Laraaji • Pharoh Sanders • Alice Coltrane

I Have Been Lost For So Long – Zvuku

Most of the times the answers lie within our grasp.

Tomo.Me – One of Them

Take mental notes on what makes you feel bad and how you’re approaching your feelings.

Youniverse – Machinedrum

Timing is key to experiencing the best things, the thing is we can’t control timing so be open and enjoy as long as it lasts.

Mad World – Gary Jules w/ Michael Andrews

All around me are familiar faces Worn out places, worn out faces Bright and early for the daily races Going nowhere, going nowhere…

goin’ to the beach in my mind

Escape to your peaceful place in this genre-less haven – featuring artists like Noname • chromonocci • Tash Sultana • Porches • Isaiah Mostafa • Tom Misch • Sofía Valdés

Dusk Approaches – Locutus Doulus

Focus on what will be better for you in the long run.

[take1]- Brainwaltzera

Getting out of the comfort zone is challenging, but you can get used to it.

Chatter – Lusine

Get out of your mind and determine if you’re having a healthy experience.

End-Curve of Forgetting – CFCF

Take it easy, don’t be hasty, as good change takes time.

Avalon – Sigur Rós

Loneliness can be dangerous in the long run.

Send and Receive – Tycho

The right words will take you to a better state of mind.

Not Yours To Know – Bvdub

These situations really help me put thing in perspective or simply make me think about even more possibilities for my life to develop differently.

Maggie Is Napping – One Of Them

A quiet, mellow, contemplative piece – complete with soothing Owl hoots – that wrapped my psyche in a warm acoustic blanket and gave me the gentle encouragement I needed.
Maggie is Napping - One of Them

Cumulonimbus Dream – Masayoshi Fujita

The first step to mental freedom is to recognize the rusty links in our mind chain.

Who’s In Charge – Dmytro Tytarchuk

It takes a punch to realize something and a lifetime to accept it.

The Cassette – Monodogue & Torstein Nipe

The tiniest amount of luck can save us from seeing the reality of things by putting us in the midst of our comfort zone.

You (Bug Lover Rework) – Nils Frahm

Good experiences despite shitty mindsets.

Lazzaro I – Domiziano Maselli

The reason and the outcome may not have been worth the suffering.

Reverse Culture Music – Steve Hauschildt

Don’t underestimate the processing power of your brain with “forgotten” memories.

Music to Escape Reality — April 2021

The cinematic score to your psychological journey with Matt Jenko. Featuring artists like: Bonobo • Yotto • Emancipator • CamelPhat • ODESZA • Carpenter Brut • Tinlicker • Four Tet • Jacques Greene • Tchami • RÜFÜS DU SOL

~ Stillness ~

Music meditation – a temple of sounds for meditative states – featuring artists like Marconi Union • Brian Eno • Jonsi • A Winged Victory For The Sullen • William Basinski • 36 • Slow Dancing Society • Chihei Hatakeyama

Hyperflow

I don’t know what’s going on for you right now, but if you feel like you need to take a couple of hours to float down a river of sound, you’re in the right place. Hyperflow is built for that next-level of escapism, when you’re having a real hard time disengaging. Featuring artists like: Solar Fields • Jason Barty • ford. • Robot Koch • Emancipator • Cygna • IHF • L’Indécis

Indietronica 2021 — a playlist by Bon-Psy • powered by musicto

Breach new ground with Bon-Psy – featuring artists like Ekcle • Bonobo • Weird Inside • Iglooghost • Oneohtrix Point Never • Sam Gellaitry • Lapalux • Rival Consoles

Exced – PEEV

We ought to identify bad thoughts from the outside, try to figure out the origin, and calm the fuck down

Portal — A Guide to Interdimensional Travel by Frisco Dias • powered by musicto

I’m not trying to scare you off. I just don’t want you to go hopping realities with the kind of naivety I did. You think jet lag is bad, try cosmic desynchrony. I’d take all my worst hangovers and times them by a hundred over this any night. Featuring artists like: Yotto • Emancipator • CloZee • Bonobo • vivaellipsis • Roslyn • Robot Koch • HAAi

Silizium – Apparat

How many times have you had an overwhelming amount of options?

late night talks — a playlist by saturn and the hula hoops • powered by musicto

Dreamy and relaxing beats for late night talks and walks – featuring artists like Luppe • Latte Chills • otysse • Stoise • Soulomon B • Taloha Beats • Draw Beats • Lo-Fi Luke

Funk Influences & Beats — a playlist by Rusty Jaz MotorFunk • powered by musicto

Our best influences for Rusty Jaz MotorFunk – featuring artists like The Meters • Sly and the Family Stone • James Brown • Rusty Jaz MotorFunk • Vulfpeck • The Brooks • Prince • Jamiroquai

Envelopes (Chapter VI) – Leon Vynehall

Using your memories the wrong way leads to no good.

far away reflections — a playlist by a far away fellow • powered by musicto

This playlist is a tribute to the natural world; a reflective homage to the peace and beauty that surrounds us all. This is music to help you connect and reflect, to calm the noise of the mind and listen to the sound of our own being. Featuring artists like: Jason Barty • TPR • Robot Koch • Anna Yarbrough • Emancipator • Andy McKee • Tommy Guerrero • Lane 8

Planets — a playlist by Robot Koch • powered by musicto

An immersive, deep listening soundtrack with ambient, electronic, and modern classical sounds to listen to with eyes closed. Featuring artists like: Jon Hopkins • Robot Koch • Four Tet • Christian Löffler • Aphex Twin • Nils Frahm • Max Richter • Radiohead

Poughtu – Serge Bulat

Memories take a very expensive toll on our future if not handled appropriately.

Music to Escape Reality — March 2021

The cinematic score to your psychological journey with Matt Jenko. Featuring artists like: Bonobo • Yotto • Emancipator • CamelPhat • ODESZA • Carpenter Brut • Tinlicker • Four Tet • Jacques Greene • Tchami • RÜFÜS DU SOL

Cloudsfall – Ametsub

Let go of your own negative ideas that “define” you

Argente – Floating Points

How much deeper will you let yourself fall while looking for the light?

dinossindStream — a playlist by dinossindgeil • powered by musicto

A DMCA-friendly playlist, played daily on stream by dinossindgeil. Featuring artists like: The Midnight • Magic Sword • Kid Quill • PRIZM • The 8-Bit Big Band • Droid Bishop • Kalax

Inner Earth Vibe – Klaus Layer

For when you’re going down a rabbit hole and can feel the information creeping up your spine

4am Comedown — a playlist by Kiskadee • powered by musicto

Chill beats to calm the mind; featuring my favourite electronic, ambient and deep house tracks. Updated bi-weekly | reach-out: @kiskadee__. Featuring artists like Jamie XX • Bonobo • Kiskadee • Four Tet • Tourist • Caribou • Bicep • Weval

Dakotas – Sofia Kourtesis

For when you want to get some fresh air

3.2 MIN – Stian Balducci, Kjetil Jerve

A window, giving view to life’s sentient and evocative themes, without ever infringing on their delicacy.

Sun Harmonics – Jon Hopkins

Try to endure and make the better of each day.

Pain Tolerance – Heathered Pearls

Think outside the box and examine the possible reasons of those experiences that were engraved in your mind

7th of May – Gimmik

Have you ever felt that you’ve lived more than once?

Lunarscapes

Lunarscapes: a playlist from the music to escape reality cinematic universe. Featuring artists like: Bonobo • Yotto • Emancipator • CamelPhat • ODESZA • Carpenter Brut • deadmau5 • Tinlicker • Four Tet • Jacques Greene • Tchami • RÜFÜS DU SOL • Tourist • Luttrell • Oliver Heldens • BMTH • Lastlings • Durante

Music to Escape Reality — Feb 2021

The cinematic score to your psychological journey with Matt Jenko. Featuring artists like: Bonobo • Yotto • Emancipator • CamelPhat • ODESZA • Carpenter Brut • Tinlicker • Four Tet • Jacques Greene • Tchami • RÜFÜS DU SOL

Sunken – Lone

We need to find the best way to reset our minds for short term benefits.

Oblivious – Midnight Watchman

It might be interesting to have a log of whatever dreams you can keep a mind on

nimmer – Arovane

Do dreams have a big impact on you?

Shifting Sands

Keeping a level head in the face of potential rejection. Oooh what a thorny topic this will be!

Sink – Shlohmo

High realizations.

Fuori, nella notte – Lillo Morreale

Take a moment to remember your loved ones.

Sukha – Ladislav Pazdera, Karlijn Langendijk

When you listen to music like this one you also remember what it is to be connected to nature, you remember part of the sound of nature in that organic sound, the wood just resonating to the sound of strings being touched, you remember the essential and feel ready to transport yourself again to the best parts of life.

Sukha - Ladislav Pazdera, Karlijn Langendijk

Ooh Girl – DJ Harrison

Better late than dead.

She Wakes Up / First Dimension – Salami Rose Joe Louis

It takes no more than half the blink of an eye for your world to get turned around.

Peaceful Moments

The idea of having something beautiful and profoundly yours ripped away from you is probably the one thing that terrifies anyone in my position more than anything else.

The Beach at Redpoint – Boards of Canada

Think about your actions towards something “negative” before assuming you’re the victim.

Rust in Your Hair – Obfusc

Pay attention to your body to avoid zoning out.

Spin Cycles – Flying Lotus

Be mindful of fighting back the bad dreams for they can ruin several hours of your life.

Tropikaoss – Glue Trip

Be scared enough to learn from a mistake and not trip over that stone again.

Pressure Vessels

This is a bit of a mess of a piece. Think of it as a stream of consciousness, an examination of the pieces of thoughts that lie scattered about the ol’ mindscape.

The Ocean – Mindseye

Be wary and note whatever were the circumstances that made you achieve true piece of mind.

Loop For Today – Eitan Reiter

Can you remember how certain songs made you feel?, how do those work now?, how many of those songs have really managed to stay with you until now?

People Eating Fruit – Caribou

Make sure your equilibrium diet involves a lot of good stuff to soothe the darkness, for darkness can also be your friend and help you evolve.

Safe Harbour

I think we all like feeling like we have a sanctuary that we can safely say is ‘ours’, a secure base from which we can derive a sense of consistency and control in spite of all the other uncertainty the world can and will offer us.

The Floating World – Soft Machine

Maybe we should all take a step back and remember the things we enjoyed as a child, for they may hold the secret to a forgotten passion.

Take Your Pants Off -Proem

A lot of people tend to overthink situations, most of the times it’s not worthy to wear yourself out over them.

A Thousand Roads

When I think about what I want in life, it all points toward quite a simple vision really. I think getting this pinned down has been one of the main reasons why I felt so lost throughout my late teens and early twenties.

Alexander Aultman – Salad Days

Time can be on our side, or not. It’s the mindset that matters for you cannot control everything that’s happening around you.

Baja Samba – Monster Rally

You wake up after a heavy thinking night, unsure if what you did/said was good or taken the wrong way. There is nothing else you can do but think of possible scenarios.

Existential Crisis

Since I’m in the middle of trying to figure out how I can incorporate my playlist into my increasingly-elaborate project, I figured I’d simply drop some tracks that I can’t stop listening to at the moment.

B – Torri in Sabina Ambient Remix – Non-Functional Harmony

You know those days where for some god unknown reason you wake up and you just know it’s all going to be shit. And sure – we manifest what we project and all that good mental wellbeing stuff but sometimes – no matter how well I rig my defences and man the battlements with productivity tips and inspirational emails – I fail – and so despair climbs over the parapet like an assassin in a medieval movie and quietly slips its blade into my hope…

Enter Shikari — THE GREAT UNKNOWN Album Review

My love for Enter Shikari by no means unconditional, and I certainly don’t love everything they release unquestioningly. It took me a VERY long time to appreciate The Spark, and there isn’t a single album of theirs where I like every single song.

New Sky – RÜFÜS DU SOL

And so we’re leaving our little moon for a New Sky. As Himalia crumbles and falls apart around us, we depart for our new home.

Nightwalk – Spencer Brown

And so I get up, leave my room, head out onto the rooftops. I’ve done this a lot lately. A Nightwalk to calm my troubled soul.

Amnésie – Nhyx

‘What a lot of people forget is that Zephra has done this before…’

Linked – Bonobo

This vast lake, tranquil beneath a terminal sky. Lying, floating amidst a wash of mirrored stars, drifting peacefully as the atmosphere burns…

Shift – Afrosamuraiist

Everything hurts; my body feels like it’s not my own, and staring out through eyes that belong to somebody else, I see that it doesn’t look like my own, either…

Into Clouds – Luttrell

It washes over me, seeping into every fibre of my being, immersing each and every atom to the point where I don’t know where I stop and it begins…

Underwater – RÜFÜS DU SOL

‘Floating, weightless, the pressure holding me as though it were a vice. I hung in stasis for what can only have been eternity, somewhere between sleep and death…’

Sirens – Icarus

‘I’d been so long in this wilderness that I thought I’d never see another soul again. One by one our tiny band had fallen apart, lost along the way or through a loss of heart, until only I remained…’

Bloom – IHF

‘We woke to the sun breaking on our faces. Squinting from the brightness, we looked around to find that the desolation we’d gone to sleep amidst had vanished.’

Girl On Fire – Medii

We felt the fire before we saw it. The heat stung our eyes, grasping at our throats, suffocating us.

Bring Me The Horizon — amo Album Review

BMTH deserve a mountain of praise for even having the balls to do this album, never mind to have pulled it off with such finesse. It must be an incredibly fine line to walk between staying true to your own creative goals, and not alienating the people who allowed you to be in that position in the first place.

Stand By Me – Medii, Kristen Olsson

For me, a winning song is one that combines atmosphere and power to deliver the listener to an entirely new world. One that energises them, motivates them, and refreshes them.

clarity – vivaellipsis, har:low

Writing up this week’s entry has been such a bizarre experience. Normally I’m not one to be stuck for something to say, but writing about my own track is like staring into the looking glass the wrong way.

L’alternativa – bzur

Originally placed on the Music to Grieve to playlist I knew it would be perfect for essay writing too.  Put it on repeat and it works brilliantly.

Dishes & Wishes – Roman Flügel

How perfect that this track is named “Dishes & Wishes”. If I had to rank all my household chores from best to worst, washing dishes would always be at the top of my list. Perhaps it has something to do with the fact that my legs are free to dance to whatever Deep House track is currently bumping out of my laptop speakers.  

Summer Fog – The Album Leaf

I’ve received a lot of e-mails asking me how I write. The simple answer is, I write late at night, with my headphones on, listening to music. These are some songs I really like, especially for writing. They frequently find a place on my midnight playlist. I hope you like them, too.

What May Come – Sweet Anomaly & Dugong

I really love this remix of Dugong’s “What May Come” because Öona Dahl really transformed the original song into something completely different. Bringing it straight to the dance floor she enhances it with dream like soundscapes but still brings enough punch to keep it super friendly for dancing.  She stays true to herself as an artist while still respecting the original version. It’s a truly perfect remix and you can tell a lot of passion and heart went into it.