Looking for repetitive, drone-like compositions.
#26

that is quite lovely Xyxthumbs
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#27

My personal fave, can't get bored of it:


It's an Atom Heart (AtomTm) and Tetsu Inoue alias.
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#28

The Sleepover Series, Volume Two
by Hammock

http://shop.hammockmusic.com/album/the-s...volume-two

check:

3. A Secret Hiding in the Open 07:54

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#30

Thanks Jon, missed that post. I listened to 5 minutes and look forward to playing the rest undisturbed soon. Hyper

Straying a bit from the point but the tuba opening on this one was indistinguishable from a couple of planes flying over which resulted in a timbre that was different from either component.

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#31

Not an expert in that musical field at all, but I happen to pick up stuff here and there.

Don't know if the following really qualifies for the topic of this thread, but here is a track from an album by the band Painkiller (on their 94' album "Absinthe"):

Track number 8:

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#32

That piece fits. Xyxthumbs Definitely giving me some ideas. And that artwork is really interesting!
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#33

From Scorn's '94 album "Evanescence", Track 10 "Slumber"

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#34

Falcon
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#35

Indeed Yes
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#36

Heard this on an experimental radio show I occ listen to:


More on the release this track can be found:

http://www.discogs.com/Robert-Aiki-Aubre...ter/829119
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#37

Joel Hinkle - Quiet Moment is a great track from the now defunct Dark winter label. You can sample that from 15mof pt.6
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#38

Several tracks from the album "Always Offended Never Ashamed" by Kerridge offer some good drone-y stuff:

http://www.discogs.com/Kerridge-Always-O...ter/798523


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#39

Deep Listening Band - Dunrobin Sonic Gems (Deep Listening Institute)
https://sites.google.com/site/dunrobinso...sonic-gems

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#40

firefinga Wrote:Several tracks from the album "Always Offended Never Ashamed" by Kerridge offer some good drone-y stuff:

http://www.discogs.com/Kerridge-Always-O...ter/798523



Really like this one, it reminds me of Scorn - Far In Out that Statt-zo selected for The Dastardly Diaries Chapter 2 ClipZIP (all-nighter model, 10 hours). Very uneven structure that builds like a racoon tail towards transcendent speed and keeps slowing up when it finishes each phrase.
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#41

One Drone-y track from the Melvins LP "Stoner Witch"

Tracktitle: "Magic Pig Detective":

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#42

here's some stoner drone for hurdy gurdy, bass and drums...

https://soundcloud.com/mentalgroove/fran...aag-church

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#43

I quite like know that that piece is out on 300 pieces of vinyl. It's quite a grower. Made me quite introspective about beat programming too. Smile
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#44

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2aCOyOvOw5c

I think this qualifies as orchestrated or least it can be observed with that perspective.
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#45

The quiet stuff Kevin Drumm does is propa bostin' innit.
Imperial Horizon
Imperial Distortion
Trouble
Tannenbaum
The Sea Wins
There's a ton of stuff on his bandcamp account too
https://kevindrumm.bandcamp.com/
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#46


Samurai
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#47

Xyxthumbs The number of harmonics coming out of that hurdy gurdy is nuts. Excellent video. Smile
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#49

check 'threshold' (15 mof pt.20) (2010) mix from january of that year at http://www.kapsil.net/muttley
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#50

I'm currently listening to this...


Fauxpas
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