What are you listening to?


#857

Currently, this is my favorite thing (there’s a whole bunch of these kinds of things - seems to be popular in Russia…I guess?).
Personally, I don’t even look at the description for the names of tracks.

My favorite thing about this is I KNOW NOTHING ABOUT IT!
It’s like being a kid and the radio’s playing on some random radio program on a Saturday night, and you’re just hearing all this ambiguous instrumental spacey music and no clue what the hell anything is, and all you can do is just sit back and listen.

That’s what I love about it. No names. No context. No (for me) understandable culture.
Just pure music from left field to soak in.

I’m truly enjoying a nice warm audio bath.

Cheers,
Jayson


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:wink:


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This is like, if noise was actually good


#862

When you’re altered enough, if you rearrange the letters in ENO it spells GOD.


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Haha these nutters are at it again (not that they ever really stopped)

Ups, its Pete Shelley o’clock. I love that slightly distorted bass sound he made.


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oldie but a goldie:


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100% of all the proceeds generated from the sale of this album will be donated towards two charitable organizations: Doctors Without Borders and The Humane Society. The artists on the release have been hand-picked to showcase the world’s top talent in ambient, modern classical, and experimental music. The unprecedented selection features many unreleased pieces composed exclusively for the cause.


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