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Mistral Wind
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Mistral Wind

Senior Member, 34, from Naples (Italy)

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    1. Soot and Stars
      Soot and Stars
      Another artist to try would be a collaboration between Classical violinist Hilary Hahn and prepared pianist Hauschka. It's all spontaneous instrumentals between a classical artist and an artist who's more alternative and experimental. Great stuff! :)
    2. Soot and Stars
      Soot and Stars
      I'm a fan of about half your list & the others I'll definitely have to check out. I actually got to listening to Explosions In The Sky about a year or so ago and I believe I actually have a thread for them. I do like them but I still haven't acquired any of there albums. With the style of music you listen to do you mind actual Electronic based group who do a lot of the big ethereal wall of sound type music. If you don't then I strongly recommend M83 if you haven't heard them or much of them. They have two amazing albums with Saturdays=Youth which is kind of a mix of vibrant 80's style electronica anthems mixed with some shoegazer type laid back tunes. The followup is an awesome Pink Floyd meets electronica double album called Hurry Up, We're Dreaming. It has a little bit of everything on it. Some stuff gets you moving, some is just epic and bombastic and some is just so odd yet beautiful. They even moved on to scoring to great effect on the new Tom Cruise Sci-Fi epic Oblivion.
    3. Soot and Stars
      Soot and Stars
      I started listening to Sigur Ros after hearing Saeglopur and I think that's one reason I got hooked on Valatari. Varuos was the first song on that album I heard and it had that same energy. It's almost like it's sister/brother song. Anyway, to me it sounds a lot more balanced than the other albums I've heard and I loved the subtle beauty of Fjogur Piano even before the pretentious video with the Transformer star trying to be taking seriously cameo. :heheh: I just listened to that other Lamb song and believe it or not I've never heard it. Not a bad track though. What are some of your more recent bands or artist you are into? I know this is a classic rock forum but I'm always picking up awesome new talent over the years and trying to hear new stuff from others. Peace! :)
    4. Soot and Stars
      Soot and Stars
      Not a problem! You've got great taste! The Sigur Ros album last year was my favorite by them yet and I also always loved that Lamb song though I've never heard anything else by them! :)
    5. Black Dahlia
      Black Dahlia
      [IMG] Hi! Nice to see another Renaissance listener here.
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