Ambient can – like most genres – convey a lot of different emotions. Ambient maybe particularly so, since it’s pretty much the entire focus of a piece. It can be lonely, dark, pessimistic, scary, optimistic, curious, strange, unnerving…
And sometimes just plain beautiful. A safe haven. Not a worry in the world.
Here’s one of those latter ones. Continue reading Sleepy Sunday: A pure, untainted beauty
Seriously: The two tracks i got for you today are almost too much. They not only plagiarize but surpass the original sound of the eighties – all while staying firmly true to the sound. It’s just so MUCH of everything. They crammed the entire decade into their tracks. Continue reading Synthwave Saturday: You just can’t get more eighties than this
Three house tracks with vocals as a driving component, each in their own ways offering something quite unique and above all really solid house grooves. Continue reading In My House: Triple House feature
Today we tread on collaborative grounds, and once again get confirmed that a classic piano is very well suited for ambient productions.
Is there a more versatile instrument on the face of this planet? Continue reading Silent Sunday: A collaborative moment of zen
Here at Beatradar, Synthwave has become the remedy when we want something a bit lighter and more mainstream sounding. And now the turn has come to give Moonlight Breakfast some love and attention. This is sugar for the ear drums. Continue reading Synthwave Saturday: Sugar for breakfast
Here’s a lovely little piece of music that captivated my attention from the very first moment. It’s quiet, introvert, vulnerable… And unique. Continue reading A curious case of introvert creativity
Hot off the press! Out today: One gritty, dark, slamming bombardment of a track. Continue reading Techno Friday: The darkest techno bunker awaits
Finally the summer has reached also us located in the northern Europe! So time to pull out a really light, bright, and just plain beautifully chilled track. Continue reading Summer chill: Come count waves with us!
There’s something about chopped up samples that’s always made me swarm like bees to honey. As an extension of that, when “glitch” evolved into a genre of its own, it was pretty obvious I was in for the ride.
Here’s a really honey-sweet example of the kind. Continue reading A broken glitch for the heart