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  1. ModelCitizen says:

    Start with Maitreya then. The first album is Return to the Mothership, then Telluric Waves and then .74. Free MP3 samples at Best to listen to the whole of the first album at once as it includes reoccurring themes and takes you on a bit of a journey.
    After that you must try Orgisms by Solar Quest. This is a real classic but very hard to get hold of as it was rare anyway and has now been out of print for ages. I might be able to help you find it if need be.

  2. Peter says:

    Corrected the error in the stylesheet, so for the time being the right-hand menu is also visible in FF 2.0


  3. Peter says:

    Ouch!! You’re quite right. I should’ve seen that ofcourse. This template worked OK in FF 1.5, but in FF 2.0 there’s quite a few problems. Damn those browser incompatibilities! Time for another skin for this blog. This’ll take some work so please be patient. Thanks for commenting this.

    Regarding your list: there’s quite a few names I don’t know so I will check these out. There’s also a few that I do know (Gas, OYC, Biosphere, Ambiant Otaku, RRich) but these are not on this blog since I mostly comment on new releases and these were out long before this weblog was online…:-)
    Working back in time would take too much of my spare time, I’m afraid.

    Thanks again, hope to see you back here!

  4. ModelCitizen says:

    Hi Peter,
    as a lover of ambient music (and Utrecht!) I’ve visited your blog a few times. I always thouight the web design a bit too obscure for it’s own good. Today it looks different and at last I understand it. The reason is I am using Internet Explorer today. Almost always I use Firefox (2 on XP) and none of the right hand menus show up for me!

    Anyway, I am going to check out some of the ambient you like, especially Stars of the Lid. We both like ambient and thinks beats have no part in ambient yet I do not know any of the modern ambient music you talk about and you don’t talk about much (if any) of the modern ambient music I like.
    A few things to look out for (if you’ve not heard of them already):

    Solar Quest – Orgship [Entropic 2001] – purely gorgeous sound
    VA – Wabi [Flying Rhino 2001]
    VA – Twelve [TIP.World 2001]
    Gas (Wolfgang Voigt) – Pop [Mille Plateaux 2001] – bit extreme for most
    Healer – Wonderground [Flying Rhino 2000] – highly recommended. Lovely sound.
    Astral Engineering – Chronoglide [Worm Interface 1994]
    Maitreya – From the Mothership [Council of Nine 1999]
    Maitreya – Telluric Waves [Council of Nine 2003]
    Maitreya – .74 [Council of Nine 2004]
    Modular Green – Shellground [Fax 1995] – Fax records
    O Yuki Conjugate – Equator [Soleilmoon 1994]
    Phonophani – Phonophani [Biophon 1997]
    Asura – Code Eternity [Infinium 2001]
    Biosphere – Substrata (remastered) [Touch 2001]
    Biosphere – Patashnik [Apollo 1994]
    VA – Pop Ambient 2001 [Kompakt 2001] (and the 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007 and 2007 versions)
    Ambiant Otaku – Tetsu Inoue
    Robert Rich & Brian Lustmord – Stalker [1995]