We have a big announcement, a cause for celebration. James Fahy a.k.a Ambienteer seems to think a little announcement would suffice. I’m sorry James but that won’t fly with us at Invisible Agent HQ. Ambienteer recently put out his 30th release and we
think know this is a monumental occasion. Such frequent and high quality output is something that fellow artists should aspire too. Myself included.
Ambienteer’s 30th release
James composes the most wonderful ambient music. If you like ambient, abstract soundscapes and experimental drones then you need to get these collections downloaded. Not only is James a talent musician who gives away all his work for free but he is also a talented photographer.
Highly recommended listening. If you have a chance please choose to buy a release.
We promise to only email you when we release new music, free podcasts or we’re giving away free goodies.
We’re delighted to present you with our 2nd release of 2012. The Northern Hemisphere is an established project by American artist Drew Miller aimed at producing minimal electronic ambient soundscapes. Improvised keyboard, percussion and guitar compositions are layered and morphed. Drew drifts between soundscapes and braindance, guiding you on a unique melodic journey. Drew’s techniques enable him to capture unique and spontaneous moments, conveying emotion and moments of sublime overflow.
We welcome Drew to our talented roster of artists and look forward to releasing another album by ‘The Northern Hemisphere’ in 2012.
- The Distant Sounds of a Grandfather Clock [An Intro of Sorts]
- How I Learned to Live (Worries are Gone)
- Dal Niente (Bonus Track)
- It’s Raining, It’s Pouring (The Old Man is Snoring)
- Earth & its Echo (The Birds & the Bees)
- Glacier Harbor (and the way it sings)
- Choir of the Morning Light (Goodbye Glacier Harbor)
- I Blame The Weather!
- Planets, and How They Formed Our Lives
- With Every Breath, We Gain a New Heart Electronic Symphony No 1
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