Discovering new music can be a thrill ride, but sometimes it’s nice to forget you’re listening at all. Last.fm Discover brings you over 2 million tracks from emerging artists that span the entire range from danceable to depressive. Our Tag of the Week is dedicated to the sounds of music that blends into your surroundings, but is no less involving for it: Ambient. Read on with Last.fm Originals for what you might find on Ambient tag radio.
“Sanctuary” by Halls brings orchestral swells to play in a cinematic setting, to wrap the listener in a blanket of sound. The London artist has been making music under the moniker since 2010, and there are several free downloads available at his Last.fm page.
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From Los Angeles, Expo ’70 introduce cosmic sound effects with “Building Celestial Tapestries”. A mesmerising procession of a track, its 9-minute length showcases elements of drone and psychedelic music, with dischordant elements and shimmering guitars.
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Teenage Reverb have chosen a self-explanatory name: 17-year-old Joseph Zucco’s experimenting with effects creates pieces such as “Season 4″, a gently undulating track shot through with glockenspiel tones and humming bass. It’s also available as a free download.
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