Hi everybody out there! It's been a while since the last issue of DB Ambient Music Reviews was published and I deeply apologize for the delay. Unfortunately I had to fight some health issues, which kept me from doing all the things I love to do, such as writing reviews about music or making music myself. But now, everything's ok and we're back on the track. I hope you'll find the new articles and featured artists interesting and inspiring. Give them a deep listen and I promise you won't be disappointed. Thanks for stopping by and happy listening!
Frank, February 2014
This blog is dedicated to ambient music, experimental music and all the other sounds from all over the world, which do not fit in the mainstream, which are a bit strange or weird, unrecognized and made by misfits exploring the fringe of musical composition and beyond the horizon of ambient music. On this ambient music review site, you'll find features, spotlights and interviews on new and inspiring album releases, artists, music gear and music related literature. And a little bit of my own stuff ;-)
For any questions, suggestions or critics, get in touch :-)
I proudly present my 3rd mix on Casafond Radio’s Chillout Monday, which is now playing every Monday in March on 11:00 and/or 23:00 GMT/UTC. I will play for you new, intriguing tracks from artists all over the globe – many of them already featured here on this site. Current Tracklist: 00:00 [...]
Halftribe is the deep ambient music project of Ryan Bissett from the United Kingdom. His new album Textured Environments provides gently flowing soundscapes, mixed up with nature field recordings, reluctant synth and sample textures and dubby delays. The tracks evolve over time, but keep their calm [...]
An interview with Jack Hertz, admin and curator of the Facebook group Intelligent Ambient Music. There are countless groups, forums and discussions on musical genres on Facebook. The variety and number of sources for independent music is huge, e. g. Soundcloud, Mixcloud, Beatport or Spotify, just [...]