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Chartre Khan

Adelaide, Australia
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I like Dadaism, Monster Hunter and Writing and programming and art and also make music.


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  1. Holographic Maze (C60FOU3)
    by de dreyt nien
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    Black Holism (Slushwave Mix) Black Holism (Slushwave Mix)
  2. Solar Wind
    by de dreyt nien
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    Dance Of The Compass Rose Dance Of The Compass Rose
    appears in 1 other collection
  3. Les Rivières de la Nuit
    by de dreyt nien
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    Les Rivières de la Nuit Les Rivières de la Nuit
  4. Restless Idylls
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    Plant Lilies At My Head Plant Lilies At My Head
  5. Hairy Adventure
    by Hairy
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    other 2012 other 2012
    what the fuck, i bought this cos nice adelaide fellows, i wasn't expecting to find a fucking amazing hidden gem of ambient music. Honestly i totally disagree with Hairy's reviews, I actively listened to this on the train and it's like 70m long or something but it felt like only 30m, it enriched the entire trip in a way not much music does, every track with a unique and diverse theme but it somehow comes together as a cohesive whole. So so excited!!
  6. Kimonono I
    by Kimonono
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    Over Again Over Again
  7. 2012-2016
    by Across the Aether
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    Cairns Cairns
  8. Tolkien's Ainulindalë
    by Melopœia
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    Ulmo, Manwë, and Aulë Ulmo, Manwë, and Aulë
    This is really conceptually interesting. After hearing the chords alongside the lyrics for a while, I started to hear "words" in the chords, it felt like the chords were saying something. Of course I couldn't decode exactly what it was, but it fascinating to be able to draw that parallel purely from a mathematical conversion of word->sound
    by JUNKO
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    listen to this in crowds, it gives me a boost of confidence and power, like fuck what everyone else is thinking, im a powerful witch who communicates by the scream!

    then i can listen to this on a hilltop looking over the forest, and i feel like i can hear the pain of nature as the powerlines pierce into the earth's skin, or somehow like reading a book
  10. Hot Exhaust
    by Igor Krutogolov, Assif Tsahar, Hagai Fershtman
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    Hot Engine Hot Engine
    I was just looking for some free jazz, and after hearing Igor Krutogolov's solo noise album from a few years ago, this was natural. Often it's really ambient and quite blissful to me, really. Quite atmospheric, with some harsher, more metal-like distorted bass riffs on occasion, and sax of course. It's certainly not so uptempo or energetic like some free jazz stuff but it has a lot of soul and beauty.


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