[Music] I'm in need of some suggestions. The Experimental/Ambient sort.
Currently in need of some new music!
I'll give a list of some of the bands/musicians I'm already a fan of, to give you guys an idea of what my specific tastes are.
I do ask that you not post suggestions that aren't relevant to the area I'm interested in.
-Minus The Bear
-Portugal. The Man
-As Tall As Lions
-How To Dress Well
hmm if you want some nice ambient heres a few suggestions - solar fields, zero one, carbon based lifeforms, actress, Theo Parrish, boards of canada, Sigur Rós, Ugress, Sync24, H.U.V.A. Network, Hol Baumann, Circular, I Awake, also vangelis - bladerunner soundtrack /melt
on the more rocky side with some electronic influences, which seems to be your taste, check out: tool, a perfect circle, primus, Porcupine Tree, monster magnet, misfits, bloc party, manic street preachers (holy bible album), white zombie, deftones, marillion, roxy music, david bowie, angus & julia stone, muse, tangerine dream, pink floyd, pavement ...(cant think of much right now but if i do i'll add them)
Trent Reznor has done some ambient / experimental work with the Ghosts Album (released under Nine Inch Nails) and the Social Network OST (released under Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross). The music is completely instrumental / electronic and covers a variety of different experimental, ambient and instrumental fields of sound.
All of a sudden I miss everyone - Explosions in the sky
The earth is not a cold place - "
Those who tell the truth shall die, those who tell the truth shall live forever - "
How strange, innocence - "
Let this be the last night we care - Alcoholic Faith Mission
421 Wythe Avenue - "
Misery love company - "
Hospice - The Antlers.
Above 3 have lyrics.
You should love all these bands and albums tbh. Especially if you like bands such as Sigur Ros.
All my favourite albums, ever.
Hmm, Try also:
Ruth - Nana Grizol
Tears of St. Lawrence - Alvin Zealot
Not sure if it matches your taste, but give it a try to Kaddisfly/Water and Bodies (they changed their name in 2009, I think). Their more recent albuns (as W&B) are not my style, but you might like. But their Kaddislfy age is, at least, perfect.
It might be hard to find their old albuns, but it's worth the effort. "Did you Know People can Fly?" is the best album I ever heard, by far.