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March 4-10, 2019
  • A Pale Void - Eschew { Mindspring Music :: Ambient :: Album :: United States }
  • Advanced Suite - Shapes Of Nothing { Psychedelic Jelly :: Psydub, Psybient / Psychill :: EP :: United States }
  • Akasha Project, Rudi Wienand - Cosmic Journey { Self Released :: Ambient :: Album :: Germany }
  • Ambientium - City Of Memories { Self Released :: Psybient / Psychill :: Album :: Czech Republic :: Name Your Price }
  • AstroPilot - Solar Walk { Astrosphere Records :: Ambient :: Remastered Album :: Russia }
  • David Starfire - Rise { Self Released :: Psybass / Psystep :: Single :: United States :: Name Your Price }
  • Eguana - Tranquility { Plexus Music :: Ambient :: Album :: Russia }
  • EZR - Forms { Melusine Records :: Techno :: EP :: Romania }
  • Goopsteppa, Ill Chill - Black Moon 3131 { Self Released :: Psybass / Psystep :: Album :: Canada }
  • Infrequency - 12AM EP { Self Released :: Psybass / Psystep, Downtempo :: EP :: United States :: Name Your Price }
  • Moonscape - Space Inversion { Self Released :: Psybient / Psychill :: EP :: India }
  • Mystic Crock - Seduced Senses { Nomad Records :: Psybient / Psychill :: Album :: Germany }
  • Nick Woolfson - Silver With A Cloud Lining { Section Records :: Downtempo :: EP :: United Kingdom }
  • Psynesthesist - Healing Soundwaves { Bass Star Records :: Chillgressive / Deep Trance, Psybient / Psychill :: EP :: United States }
  • PurpleAndroid - Pictures Of The Floating World { Self Released :: Psybient / Psychill, Psydub :: EP :: United Kingdom }
  • Sattyananda - Mahamrityunjaya Mantra { Audio Aashram Music :: Ambient, World Fusion :: Album :: India }
  • Smigonaut - Reflection Point { Self Released :: Psybass / Psystep :: Single :: United States }
  • The Glitch Wizard - Energy: Frequency: Vibration { Self Released :: Psybass / Psystep :: Single :: United States :: Name Your Price }
  • Zuubek - Vision { Night Owl Collective :: Psybass / Psystep :: Single :: United Kingdom }
 
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Ambientium will be 1st to listen from this list ;)

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Had a partial listen to Ambientium, Eguana and Mystic Crock and Eguana was the one I liked the most.



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I agree yiannis.  I also got the most restful sleep by putting Eguana - Tranquility on a loop and playing it low.



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I agree yiannis.  I also got the most restful sleep by putting Eguana - Tranquility on a loop and playing it low.

 

I totally get doing that and how that means it has the mark of quality music, also I bet there's scientific studies out there that measure how well a person sleeps with and without calm music playing, probably with it being in music's favor.

 

but just for discussion's sake a different sort of person could also say that music that puts them to sleep isn't interesting and engaging enough to keep them awake? or how they're not really consciously listening to music if it's playing while they're sleeping?

 

not trying to be an asshole here because I agree with you but I've heard from people on both sides of this aisle before.. guess it just depends on if you're a light sleeper that needs silence or if you're someone who usually has some kind of white noise like a fan going when they sleep.


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I'm a graveyard shift worker, so I have to sleep during the day.  That means closed bedroom door, black paper on the windows, and music playing low to dampen out the sudden, harsh and discordant outside noises of people going about their day outside.  It works best for me when the music is mostly in the middle ranges (not excessively bass or treble), flowing and melodic, and has a slow soft beat that gets my heartbeat and respiration to slow in sync and my brainwaves to seek the lower sleep oscillations.  White noise is featureless, so it won't do those things for me.  And music in midrange is the most calming and restful and relaxing for me - the sonic equivalent of stretching out in the summer woods under trees (our visual wavelength range is centered around green).  Very high pitches would just make me excited or nervous, and subsonic bass is used in theaters during horror movies to induce feelings of fear and dread.

 

I also have listened to Eguana during the day (meaning, for me, in the morning after work but not yet ready to sleep).  IMO, it elegantly fits Brian Eno's definition of ambient: being interesting enough to attend to, but not so intrusive that it cannot be ignored..    


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