Quiet/Calm Vol. 1 is the third release from The Death of a Modernist and the first which is dedicated to showcasing atmospheric instrumental artists.
You can check out the entire compilation below. There is also a free download link at the bandcamp page.
This album from (exitpost) is really good. That is all.
Geotic, Baths’ ambient side project, has released a new record Morning Shore. It is the first in a series of full-length Geotic releases under the Eon Isle header, each release sourced entirely from a single instrument.
I’m very happy to find out today that Sarah Winchester’s Northeast Kingdom has recently been added to bandcamp as a name your price download. This is one of the most underrated sad-lady records of all time, folks. Get on it!
For his 40th birthday, ambient musician Leyland Kirby (aka the Caretaker) has released a 40-track album titled We Drink to Forget the Coming Storm.
The album is a “name your price” download on bandcamp and will be available for only the next 40 days.
I know the ambient beats genre is starting to get a little over-saturated, but ALEXALFONS is pretty on point here.
The prolific ambient post-nostalgia-core Need A Name has released a new EP Inside Songs on bandcamp that is available for a “name your price” download. Check it out!
Brock Van Wey has just released Home, his first album since White Clouds Drift On And On in 2009. Since then, he’s released a ton of records under his moniker bvdub, but it’s nice to see good old Brock Van Wey back. You can stream and purchase Home on bandcamp.
Los Angeles instrumental rock group Arms of Tripoli have put out their upcoming release Dream in Tongues up for streaming on Bandcamp. The album will be officially available on February 21 through Fluttery Records. You can pre-order the record here.