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Old 23-12-2014, 04:38 PM   #2
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Re: Trippy Dark Downtempo recs

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Originally Posted by androdion View Post
In fact I would really like to hear more stuff like the first Subheim album. I just love the way it mixes a dreamy cinematic atmosphere with groovey beats and ambient parts. I'm not very fond of the sophomore because it has too much Dead Can Dance influences and vocal parts.
Spot on. I totally love his first album, but can't get into the 2nd one at all. Though it's interesting you say you don't like glitch, but love this album, since I hear plenty of glitches and clicky things there. Anyway, I can recommend this James Murray album, which to me seems along the same lines:


Ultimae records has some darker downtempo stuff, though it leans more toward synth-y/psychedelic side of things. People like Carbon Based Lifeforms/Sync24, some of Aes Dana.

Also, Tympanik records has plenty of dark cinematic albums, though a lot of them ARE pretty glitch heavy, so you have to dig a little.

Maybe these?

http://tympanikaudio.bandcamp.com/album/transience

http://tympanikaudio.bandcamp.com/al...-of-affliction

http://tympanikaudio.bandcamp.com/album/hydref (this one is mostly beatless, but if you like this, then check out the rest of his material, as it's just like that, but with minimal glitchy beats)

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