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Old 06-11-2010, 02:20 PM   #1
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Ambient fan looking for recommendations

I listen to ambient on internet radio a lot but never pay attention to artists, etc. I'm thinking of looking some up now, any suggestions?
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Brian Eno (ex of Roxy Music) is pretty much THE godfather of ambient music. Some of Mike Oldfield's stuff could classify too. Also check out Jean-Michel Jarre and Philip Glass for some slightly more eccentric, electronic stuff.

There are some cool ambient/groove channels on www.soma.fm and they display the last several songs and artists on the site, so you can keep track of who you're hearing.
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There are many different genres that can be ambient. Are you looking for trip-hop, post-rock, electronic, all three, etc.? What kinds of stuff do you already listen to?
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I like trip-hop, something with a little bit of a beat. I also like some slower almost nature-like ambient for snowboarding.

Soundy - I listen to Soma quite a bit, great station, and thanks for the recommendations.
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