Genre

Drone

https://embed.spotify.com/?uri= spotify:track:4bdM4bfehSCmadpPNidOBM Éons If you think on the term 'noise orchestra' while looking at the coverart for this album, you'll get an insight into what cosmic chaos lies behind Indian godly imagery. A sound that is terrifying, unstructured, wild and noisy, but also captivating and utterly fascinating. This is an album whose noise entrances like gamalan, sucking you deeper and deeper. You'll only know what happened after it's 2 hour(!) runtime ends and you're left in deafening silence once again. https://embed.spotify.com/?uri= spotify:track:19noEjq7sE2LFKxg9zXjZH The Ape of Naples What Wikipedia calls "Experimental Post-industrial avant-garde electronic psychedelic avant-pop", I absolutely adore. At times Coil can be fun, lighthearted and dancing, at other times it's haunting like a Great Old One; utterly incomprehensible. Both are nice, but the Great Old Ones are always best https://embed.spotify.com/?uri= spotify:track:73wUDH27fFghbzO7gsQe4o Galgenfrist Ghoulish-blackend-dungeon-funeral-doom that sounds like it's oozing from dark and desolate depths from inside a mirky and haunted forest. Not so much songs but more shaped soundscapes made to infer sorrow and a very creepy haunting atmosphere. https://embed.spotify.com/?uri= spotify:track:5nT5pi9cEqW8zmEZjoEHkw Teachings In Silence A masterfully crafted work of twisting and dark ambient. Using all kinds of apparatus and devices, Ulver crafts twisting melodies and gloomy soundscapes to an artform. https://embed.spotify.com/?uri= spotify:track:3oo1LS8bNHNn54r1gg01co 122012 & 042911 Piano-centered ambient release. It's nice, but like most of us I bought it just because it's John Haughm, because let's be honest, anyone with a midicontroller could do this Messe I.X-VI.X