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Ambient Soundbath Podcast #89 – Vanishing Point – Audio Post

This episode of the Ambient Soundbath Podcast, number 89 is special and one that I’m particularly excited about. While I’ve created original music for dozens of Soundbath episodes myself, this is the first time that I’ve pulled in another artist, in this case, it’s my long-time friend and collaborator, Michael Teager.

We have a new recording, the first in several years, Subterranean Bearings, that we just released and this Soundbath, titled Vanishing Point, is an homage of sorts to that recording, but also to our deep immersion live performances that easily have gone over two, uninterrupted, hours. For Michael and myself, our performances are deep, non-verbal conversations where we listen, reflect and respond, in the moment, with our instruments.

With this Ambient Soundbath program, we’ve created exactly that, a deep listening, immersive performance, created exclusively for the Ambient Soundbath Podcast. If you like what you hear, you can find our body of work on Spotify, but also, you can pick up our newest recording, Subterranean Bearings here.

Thank you, as always, for listening and I hope you enjoy this episode of the Ambient Soundbath Podcast.

Ambient Soundbath Podcast #89 – Vanishing Point

This episode of the Ambient Soundbath Podcast, number 89 is special and one that I’m particularly excited about. While I’ve created original music for dozens of Soundbath episodes myself, this is the first time that I’ve pulled in another artist, in this case, it’s my long-time friend and collaborator, Michael Teager.

We have a new recording, the first in several years, Subterranean Bearings, that we just released and this Soundbath, titled Vanishing Point, is an homage of sorts to that recording, but also to our deep immersion live performances that easily have gone over two, uninterrupted, hours. For Michael and myself, our performances are deep, non-verbal conversations where we listen, reflect and respond, in the moment, with our instruments.

With this Ambient Soundbath program, we’ve created exactly that, a deep listening, immersive performance, created exclusively for the Ambient Soundbath Podcast. If you like what you hear, you can find our body of work on Spotify, but also, you can pick up our newest recording, Subterranean Bearings here.

Thank you, as always, for listening and I hope you enjoy this episode of the Ambient Soundbath Podcast.

Ambient Soundbath Podcast #88 – Midsommer – Audio Post

I haven’t done a multi-artist Ambient Soundbath, that didn’t include my own work, in quite some time…. years, maybe. But with this program, I’ve put together a playlist of some tracks that I’ve been listening to a lot… tracks that I added to the Restful Drones and Ambient Spaces playlist on Spotify. It’s pretty excellent to have access to so many great tracks. I can shape the playlists, play around with different sequences and really shape the program to get the best possible Soundbath for thinking and being.

At the same time, I can’t do any of this without the artists whose music, when brought together here, creates a beautiful quilt of lush sounds and deep textures, perfect for an Ambient Soundbath. I’ve linked to the artists in the web post, but I’m not going to say them here, as this this audio post is already getting to long. As always, thank you for listening and I hope you enjoy the program.

Track – Album – Artist (In playlist order)

The Edge of Being – Absolute Fields  – Phillip Wilkerson

Planes – Beneath and Endless Sky  – Eternell

Do Androids Dream? – The Crossing – Cleveland Wehle

Will O’ the Wisp (Sleep Mix) – Remix – Will O’ the Wisp – Poemme

Poa Alpina – Substrata + Man with a Movie Camera – Biosphere

On Burnt, Gauzed Wings – Ornitheology –  Chubby Wolf

Ambient Soundbath Podcast #88 – Midsommer

I haven’t done a multi-artist Ambient Soundbath, that didn’t include my own work, in quite some time…. years, maybe. But with this program, I’ve put together a playlist of some tracks that I’ve been listening to a lot… tracks that I added to the Restful Drones and Ambient Spaces playlist on Spotify. It’s pretty excellent to have access to so many great tracks. I can shape the playlists, play around with different sequences and really shape the program to get the best possible Soundbath for thinking and being.

At the same time, I can’t do any of this without the artists whose music, when brought together here, creates a beautiful quilt of lush sounds and deep textures, perfect for an Ambient Soundbath. I’ve linked to the artists in the web post, but I’m not going to say them here, as this this audio post is already getting to long. As always, thank you for listening and I hope you enjoy the program.

Track – Album – Artist (In playlist order)

The Edge of Being – Absolute Fields  – Phillip Wilkerson

Planes – Beneath and Endless Sky  – Eternell

Do Androids Dream? – The Crossing – Cleveland Wehle

Will O’ the Wisp (Sleep Mix) – Remix – Will O’ the Wisp – Poemme

Poa Alpina – Substrata + Man with a Movie Camera – Biosphere

On Burnt, Gauzed Wings – Ornitheology –  Chubby Wolf

Ambient Soundbath Podcast #87 – World Drone Day

*Update – My apologies, the mp3 of the Podcast didn’t seem to come through. Hopefully, this fixes that. Enjoy. – Matt

Ambient Soundbath Podcast #87 comes from a live YouTube streaming performance that I did on 5/30/2020, as part of World Drone Day. I did a little post-production to clean it up, but mostly this performance and the video are the same material. If you want to check out future performances, please subscribe to my YouTube channel.

Also, thank you to everyone for all of the kind words, donations and gracious sentiments; your kind words and actions are the fuel that inspires me to produce the Ambient Soundbath Podcast. Thank you.

Ambient Soundbath Podcast #87 Audio Post – World Drone Day

Ambient Soundbath Podcast #87 comes from a live YouTube streaming performance that I did on 5/30/2020, as part of World Drone Day. I did a little post-production to clean it up, but mostly this performance and the video are the same material. If you want to check out future performances, please subscribe to my YouTube channel.

Also, thank you to everyone for all of the kind words, donations and gracious sentiments; your kind words and actions are the fuel that inspires me to produce the Ambient Soundbath Podcast. Thank you.

Thank you and stay in touch

I haven’t posted a Soundbath in a while. I’ve been active, musically, but felt like the Soundbath was no longer relevant to folks. However, with the release of #86, amazingly, there were 1,000 downloads in a single day, I guess it is still relevant.

And also, I’ve received some really nice feedback about the new episode. Please be in touch, please let me know what you’re enjoying, comment on the episodes, send me a note, because otherwise, I’m working in a vacuum, unaware if this has any relevance to anyone. That little push from a brief comment, often, is the difference between working on a new episode or not.

Thank you to everybody who listens and supports the Soundbath.

-matt

Ambient Soundbath-ish on Spotify

I apologize for the delay in not having posted a new Soundbath in a while.

In the meantime… I’ve been curating a playlist of Ambient Soundbath-like tracks, and some actual Soundbath tracks, on Spotify, in a playlist, I’ve been calling Restful Drones. Really it’s just been for me to have a go-to source for long-form, drone and ambient tracks for meditation and sleep in a format native to mobile devices, but I thought Soundbath listeners might enjoy it, too.

Here’s a direct link, but also, I’ve embedded the playlist, too.