#elloambient summary of posts.
Hello, everyone! Busy week for me. We went live with a major project I've been working on since last July at work - so ... crazy here.
Here's a quick roundup of cool stuff you might enjoy reading, listening, commenting.
@ellotapesandvinyl writes "I buy most of my tapes thru Bandcamp, to be completely honest with you I think it's the BEST system to buy/distribute music in the age of streaming/Millennials, actually feel free to follow me on Bandcamp to see what I've bought here.
This Friday, Bandcamp is donating all the money from sales to the ACLU:"
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the ever awesome @jet_jaguar posts
This Tim Koch live set from WOMADelaide 2013 is really nice. Both the sound and the visuals.
Among many other releases, Tim released as 10:32 on Ghostly International. A version of one of these tracks has just shown up on a compilation on Lee Norris's reborn Neo Ouija label, alongside Arovane and others.
#NowPlaying: "Life Is Ugly. Make Pretty Art." by Carey Moore (2016)
Last Friday I posted this message on my Crows Labyrinth account on Twitter,
It didn't take long for some responses coming into my mentions. I had some good fun that day playing the recommendations that came in. In fact, I haven't heard all of them yet, so I have plenty of hours of listening ahead of me.
One album that really stood out from the albums I listened to was the album mentioned above in the title of this post: "Life Is Ugly. Make Pretty Art." by Carey Moore, released in December of last year. It has pleasant sounding meandering tones and drones that mostly stick to one or two chords. Ideal music to relax to, or to have in the background while coding. I think it might work well for meditating as well.
go listen: https://ello.co/crow74/post/ejtokwjjssx7yc-12skg3g
New on the blog: A travelogue post featuring three albums by 36 (Dennis Huddleston) - Tomorrow's Explorers due out tomorrow on limited 12" black vinyl along with last year's The Infinity Room via A Strangely Isolated Place and Seconds & Forever via Mystic & Quantum Records.
Far from making music to simply zone or chill out to, Huddleston weaves rich thematic and imaginative material into his sonic tapestries for an especially emotive and cerebral listening experience. Considered together, this trio of albums cover a vast perspective spanning past, present, and future.
That's it for now! I hope you enjoyed today's summary.
photo at the top is one of mine. thank you!