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CosmoTengri
by Angelina Yershova

Electronic, dark ambient, experimental electronic, indie folk, modern classic, piano, drone, postmodern.

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Review Reblog – Angelina Yershova ~ CosmoTengri

This has been on my listening list since I read this review, thank you A Closer Listen.

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We all have some idea of what the words “shamanistic” and “ritual” mean in the context of music, and in general they’re associated to clear-cut rhythms and repetitive structures thanks to certain historical connections with the African diaspora. But Angelina Yershova comes from a context where those words translate into practices different from those ecstatic meditations many of us have come to identify as ritualistic. CosmoTengri is a collage of “cosmos” and “Tengri”, which is the ancient Turkic/Mongolian word for a deity, the “Blue Eternal Heaven”. As if the sky wasn’t enough, the fusion of the words has a universal aim, emphasizing the sheer vastness of a world that the self-mythologization of reason has endeavored to expropriate, to take all it can without ever giving back. Constantly referring to nature via track titles, the album leads the listener towards environmental communion through a different path to those that entail a…

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Review Reblog – Seffi Starshine – Goddess of the Calm Waters — Yeah I Know It Sucks

Artist: Seffi Starshine Title: Goddess of the Calm Waters Keywords: dark drone ambient electronic ambient dark ambient dark drone drone drone ambient drone dark ambient experimental edm vaporwave witchwave Portland Label: Girly Girl Musik To battle the kind drunkenness of too much dangerous Belgian beers I went into a wonderful land created by Seffi Starshine. […]

via Seffi Starshine – Goddess of the Calm Waters — Yeah I Know It Sucks

 

“Something that comes at us from a different dimension, one way bigger than life, like an enigmatic untouched force that covers our entire hearing range completely, embracing everyone like a miraculous motherly force that feels protective and gentle at the same time”….Beautifully said.

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Release date: April 1, 2019

Mis ojos arden en el espacio ciego was inspired by the poem called The Awake Monologue (in Spanish Monólogo del Despierto) written by the Mexican poet, translator and journalist, Margarita Michelena. The songs correspond to fragments of the poem. It is a musical interpretation of the ideas that Michelena portrayed, described and reflected on about sleep and dreams, life and death as well as music.

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Todas

Todas Las Anteriores – Piaka Roela & Libertad Figueroa Mexican ensemble of sound improvisation and experimentation with electronic media

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by ana roxanne

Ambient, devotional, electronic.

 

 

Review Reblog – Ana Roxanne ~ ~~~

This is just perfect for this evening….thanks to A Closer Listen

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a1587750761_16Southeast Asian musician Ana Roxanne was born and raised in the Bay Area of LA. Her love of music began at an early age, initially through her mother’s CD collection of 80’s and 90’s R&B divas. She was raised in the Catholic Church and was soon a regular in the choir. Like a sweet offering of incense, Ana’s sublime voice rises up.

For Ana, singing is a lifelong passion. She began studying jazz and classical music, which led to her touring and performing in old cathedrals, whose lofty arches promote the ascension of tones, and where deep quietude only helps to heighten the power of the music. With its heart of sacredness, stillness, and purity, choral music goes hand-in-hand with ambient. And this stillness can be found in ~~~.

A near death experience also helped to forge a long-lasting connection between music and spirituality. Ana is more than willing…

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Review – Nonlocal Forecast: Bubble Universe! — We need no swords

…and now for something completely different

A diverting set of glossy, vaporwave-inflected cuts from Nonlocal Forecast that, despite the occasional lapse into the kind of burbling groove you might hear in your dentist’s waiting room, emits a strange, sticky aura sufficient to hold our interest” – 

We need no swords

 

Surfing the quantum realm.

via Nonlocal Forecast: Bubble Universe! — We need no swords