Lorn got a reaction from Jatab in All times best(s)
I remember listening on repeat to The Global Psychedelic Chill Out compilations put out by Spirit Zone.
Early Asura and CBL were on repeat.
I wouldn't say they were favorites but they got me listening in the late 1990's, Chill Out Trance compilations put out by Skratch Music Publishing. Some weird psychedelic sounds.
Lorn reacted to timeisart in Your favorite psybient radio stations & podcasts
I love Groove Salad! Rusty Hodge is a badass. He got me into a lot of the great acts on the now defunct Pork Records like Fila Brazillia, Baby Mammoth, Leggo Beast, Momma Gravy, Moss, etc... all great downtempo.
On topic now, http://www.di.fm/psychill is a good one.
Lorn reacted to psydub in Your favorite psybient radio stations & podcasts
Hi, I'm just curious as to what online stations & podcasts that are available for this music? I've been listening to Soma.Fm for many years. Specifically, they have a station that caters to Ambient, downtempo, & psybient called Groove Salad.
Lorn reacted to Spinnet (One Arc Degree) in All times best(s)
Actually this is a very easy question, if one recalls the playing time of each album
So, for me:
01. Shpongle - Are You Shpongled? -- I actually rendered that cd useless... That album was an eye-openere and mind-expander!!
02. Saafi Brothers - Midnight's Children -- Deep and mysterious in a profound way
03. Solar Fields - Reflective Frequencies -- The perfect example os sci-fi emotive electronica
Lorn reacted to krass-linux in All times best(s)
my top 10 ... no order, I could also list 20 albums
[x] Asura - 360
[x] Kuba - Random Precision
[x] Carbon Based Lifeforms - Interloper
[x] Shulman - ALive [x] H.U.V.A. Network - Ephemeris [x] I Awake - THE CORE
[x] Mystical Sun - Deeperworlds [x] Scann-Tec - Morpheus ( Live at Nuit Hypnotique #4 )
[x] Yagya - Sleepygirls
[x] Aes Dana - Pollen
Lorn got a reaction from via'on in Via'on - Stars and Beyond
Yes good job. If you are wanting any kind of feedback, I think the base line at the end doesn't seem to quite fit with the overall atmospheric nature of the track. Nothing overly serious. Again well done. You should setup a bandcamp page to sell your music.