Svvn – Remnants of Land (Spotify)

“Remnants of Land is the first single from the two-part ocean-themed EP series, Oceanum from SVVN. A deep dive into organic atmospheric ambient with a peaceful atmosphere. Rich layering and lush pads along with harmonic keys glued together right and deliver a flow state of calm to the listener.”

-Nagamag.com

Jeremiah Dunlap is SVVN (seven). Based in Nashville, Tennessee, SVVN's rich textures, sweeping melodies, and powerful rhythmic elements construct seamless movements of stirring music, all inspired by landscapes spanning fjords to oceans to cosmos. SVVN's thoughtfully crafted compositions evoke a cinematic musical experience that takes the listener to a distinct place, somewhere they've never been before.http://instagram.com/svvnsounds https://linktr.ee/SVVN

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Daniel[i] & Purl – Tesseract (Bandcamp)

The long days of summer are well upon us, and along with them comes Tesseract, a beautifully expansive and immersive dub techno odyssey from Daniel[i] and Purl. Shimmering figures echo into infinity and vaporous plumes of texture dissipate into clouds of warm mist, while vapour trails of melody gently emerge from sunlit pools of radiant dawn.

Join us and swim in the unexplored depths of consciousness and through the rippling undercurrents of the universe.

Steve Roach – Painting In The Dark (Bandcamp)

In this new atmospheric opus, pioneering composer and artist of the transcendent – Steve Roach explores the confluence of texture, tonality, sonic abstraction, continuity and space with a set of 6 interconnected paintings in motion. The spirituality of sound is central within these emotional landscapes with infinite horizons. In the way a visual artist mixes their colors and utilize the natural light-infused ambience of the studio to support the piece as it evolves, Roach initiated these mystical sonic states under the influence of the late hours at night. Within the shroud of natural darkness and a few low level lights in the studio supporting the creative flow, these paintings in the dark were born. Steve often finds parallels in his creative process to that of a painter or sculptor and aspired in this direction before discovering electronic music as his main form of artist expression. Painting in the Dark presents an aesthetic that is unique to Roach’s work – embracing the mystery and wonder of sound as a constant evolving companion to the ongoing bloom of consciousness.

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Salar Niknafs – Point of Departure (Spotify)

Point Of Departure from lar Niknafs is an ambient drone with deep mysterious atmosphere in a hypnotic way, while explores more the dark side of the genre yet delivers dramatic cinematic feelings.

Artist shared few words with us about this track:
"The premise of 'Lesser Lights' was to create a narration, emotionally raw and personal, hopefully the sounds come through as it was intended.

Sketches were mainly done in Melbourne tram 64, where I spent a couple of hours a day commuting. Much inspiration was found in the railway hum and clunk, as from the co-travellers in the window seat. The sound of the album although preserved for the most part, occasionally developed into sections perverse enough to be noticed.

A greater deal of inspiration was drawn from Abul Mogard, Rafael Anton Irisarri and Loscil, whose music I listened to every other day. The tracks where then recorded and mixed in an unforeseen lockdown in mid 2020."

Few words about the artist:
Salar Niknafs (PhD) is an Iranian composer, musician and visual artist based in Melbourne Australia. Salar has a fascination for ambient, drone and post-minimalism music and in his art he primarily engages with experimental aesthetic forms. His recordings mainly utilise guitars (bowed or plucked), synthesisers, strings and hand drums.
https://salarniknafs.com/

I Am Waiting for You Last Summer – ​​Foundation (Spotify)

I Am Waiting for You Last Summer – ​​Foundation
(Spotify)

Drone

This track is a a part of EP "Turn off the lights for the next 20 minutes"

Turn off the lights for the next 20 minutes is a kind of mechanism with a manual attached to it. Its main function is to start the listener's journey through the gates of their consciousness in search of figural, figurative and abstract artifacts. It can be fragmentary memories, moments of insight, random visual images, short bursts of sensations and feelings caused by long-forgotten events emerging from the depths of memory, places, smells, and social contacts. A short briefing tells three things: to achieve the maximum effect, the album should be listened to alone, with the lights off, with a couple of minutes in silence on top of it (this is important).

Anhedral Interview on Nagamag.com

Anhedral
Interview

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Nagamag:
What are the genres that describe better your music style?

Anhedral:
Ambient, Soundscape, Cinematic, Instrumental, Drone


Nagamag:
Few words about your musical background and career?

Anhedral:
Change, is constant. Driven by influences as diverse from his past bands' works, to melodic classic instrumentals, Anhedral (Singapore) combines sounds from people's daily, recognizable elements with a tint of unprecedented melodies. Listeners will be confronted with repetitive reconsiderations of their final conclusion about his learned pieces.


Nagamag:
Do you remember your first connection of love to music that was the right impact to be a music artist now?

Anhedral:
It was the day where my dad gave me an electric guitar on my 17th birthday, just watching him play in front of me and guiding me the basic chords to start off everything, till now.


Nagamag:
Why are there no recorded vocal tracks in your works?

Anhedral:
I believe plain sounds, can really bring out different interpretations of a single track.


Nagamag:
Friends or How I Met Your Mother?

Anhedral:
I'm a crazy HIMYM fan!


Nagamag:
Music has no borders and many of us we may listen to more genres that we are mainly involved. So share with Nagamag which track comes first in your mind from music but is NOT similar to your genre?

Anhedral:
Elephant Gym "Finger"


Nagamag:
Of Course Nagamag would love to listen also which track from a similar artist you admire?

Anhedral:
Rest You Sleeping Giant Three Sparrows

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Sundrugs – Tribute To Sailors Of The Kursk (Spotify)

Sundrugs – Tribute To Sailors Of The Kursk
(Spotify)

Drone

The new ambient drone album of Sundrugs it starts with a heavenly atmospheric scenery and moves on to a tribute about Kursk capturing perfectly the tension and the drama beneath. Continues exploring deep inside the sea abyss, with a tragic story telling, where only cold, dark and fear grows up. Liberating all feelings in a crescendo end, where anything in past is in doubt and questions for the future on the rise with no excuse for today.

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