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Warren Ellis' SPEKTRMODULE

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Warren Ellis' SPEKTRMODULE

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PERSONAL FAVE: Curated Ambience

Warren Ellis's SpektrModule describes itself as this:

This is an ambient / haunted music podcast curated by Warren Ellis, who is a writer from England

It used to be that his music recommendations tended to something akin to the sound made by someone using a circular saw on a sheet of corrugated metal, sitting in an empty cavern; whilst the Norse God Thor yodelled and smashed open large glaciers with both his forehead and Mjölnir; and a walrus made love enthusiastically with a moose [EG: Jumbling Towers' 2008 album Classy Entertainment; which isn't as bad as I recall it to be, now that I listen to it again]. These days, he's more into ambient, soothing, 'sleepy music' in the style of Brian Eno in his experimental mode (Ambient I: Music for Airports; Discreet Music; Apollo: Atmospheres and Soundtracks; Music for the White Cube; The Pearl, etc.). It gets released whenever Mr. Ellis feels like mixing one together, and typically runs just under an hour. You're guaranteed to hear nothing you've ever hear of (unless you happen to live next door to him), and is great for putting on when you need to relax and focus on peace and serenity.

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