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I got introduced to this forum by my friend Richard Gürtler and I must say: there seems to be al lot going on here. It looks very alive. I'm a ambient musician (a.k.a. Apollonius) but I'm also a painter and I also like to shoot squirrels (on camera ofcourse). So greetings to you all from The Netherlands.
Finally it's finished: after almost six years it's finally released. A couple months after Wasili and I released our first album 'Resonating Earth' we had a gig at the E-day festival organized by the Groove label which is run by Ron Boots. We weren't playing on the big stage (which was reserved for the EM 'stars') but in a somewhat in-between place above a noisy cafe. No ideal circumstances but great to practice and learn to deal with all the things that can and always will go…Continue
Since Wasili (33 Tetragammon) and I have a relatively new website with a blogpost every few months, I decided to post my latest here to keep you guys (and a gal every now and then) up to date. Here it is:
Both Wasili and I have been working on several projects. The mixing part of the sea-and-landscape album I’m doing with Dronnie Darko is almost finished. I’m really taking my time for this because I want it to exactly sound like I envisioned. It’s such an exciting project with…Continue
It's been a years since my latest release and this year I have teamed up again with my trusted partner in 'ambient music crime', 33 Tetragammon. It has been quite the year: we've each had our personal challenges and at one point we ended up with both of us…Continue
This review is one of the most entertaining I've ever read. It's not about 'immersive soundscapes' or any of those descriptions but about what the listener (Ukranian Tim Six from review site Piedpaper) feels inside. Not only that, he elaborates on various topics which on the surface don't have anything to do with ambient music but to me it has everything to do with it. Here it is:
Birth of the Real…