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Stasis Report: August ✚ Fallout 76 ✚ Classic AFX

Five tracks added to the Spotify and Google Play Music ambient playlist as of November 18, 2018

The latest update to my Stasis Report ambient-music playlist on Spotify and Google Play Music. The following five tracks were added on Sunday, November 18.

✚ “Pursuance” by David August, based in Berlin, Germany, off DCXXXIX A.C., released in 2018 on the 99chants label: davidaugust.bandcamp.com.

✚ “Visitation” by Gossamer off Imperishable, a 2018 album (on the Innovative Leisure label) also available in what might be called the Buddha Machine format: a small, battery-operated player with a built-in speaker. Gossamer is Evan Reiner of Los Angeles, California: gossameril.bandcamp.com.

✚ “The Mole Miners” by Inon Zur off the soundtrack to the Fallout 76 video game, released this past week.

✚ “In Absentia” is by Paula Matthusen off the album Matthusen: Pieces for People, released in 2015: innova.mu. A new Matthusen album, Between Systems and Grounds, a collaboration with Olivia Valentine, is due out on November 30 on the Carrier Records label: betweensystemsandgrounds.com.

✚ “Nanou 2” by Aphex Twin off his 2001 album, Drukqs on the Warp label. The song appears on the soundtrack to the new film Beautiful Boy, directed by Felix Van Groeningen.

Some previous Stasis Report tracks were removed to make room for these, keeping the playlist length to roughly two hours. Those retired tracks — from Laraaji, r beny, and the duo of William Basinski and Lawrence English — are now in the Stasis Archives playlist (currently only on Spotify).

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Stasis Report: New Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith ✚ More

Four tracks newly added to the Spotify and Google Play Music ambient playlist as of November 11, 2018

The latest update to my Stasis Report ambient-music playlist on Spotify and Google Play Music. The following four tracks were added on Sunday, November 11. All save one are recent.

✚ “Above” from Above_Between_Below by Lapalux on the Brainfeeder label: lapalux.bandcamp.com

✚ “Grain on the Wind” off The Endless Now — Music for Stagnation by Juha-Matti Rautiainen: juhamattirautiainen.bandcamp.com. The album is from 2016. Rautiainen has a new album out, Above Me Weeps the Sky, but it’s not yet on streaming services.

✚ “Kinematic Wave” is from the Initial Sounds collection in the ongoing Field Works series from Stuart Hyatt, this one by Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith: fieldworks.bandcamp.com

✚ “Deep Caverns” is from the album By the Ocean from Christopher Sky: christophersky.bandcamp.com.

Some previous Stasis Report tracks were removed to make room for these, keeping the playlist length to roughly two hours. Those retired tracks — from Laraaji (remixed by Mia Doi Todd), Lori Sacco, Deep Listening Band, Hainbach, and Sarah Davachi — are now in the Stasis Archives playlist (currently only on Spotify).

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Stasis Report: Kelly Moran ✚ Classic Isham ✚ More

Three recent tracks and one classic added to the Spotify and Google Play Music ambient playlist as of November 4, 2018

The latest update to my Stasis Report ambient-music playlist on Spotify and Google Play Music. The following four tracks were added on Sunday, November 4. Three are recent, one dates back to 1989.

✚ “Calm Before” from the album Glowing Pains: Music from the Gardens Between by Tim Shiel of Melbourne, Australia. And, yes, the next track on the album is titled “The Storm”: timshiel.bandcamp.com.

✚ “Water Music” from the album Ultraviolet by Kelly Moran: bleep.com.

✚ “Souvenir of Bliss” off the album Reveries by Phillip Wilkerson: phillipwilkerson.bandcamp.com.

✚ And this week’s archival track is “Part II” of the 1989 album Tibet by Mark Isham: isham.com.

Some previous Stasis Report tracks were removed to make room for these, keeping the playlist length to roughly two hours. Those retired tracks — from Emily A. Sprague, Brian Eno (solo), and Eno with Kevin Shields — are now in the Stasis Archives playlist (currently only on Spotify).

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Stasis Report: Saloli ✚ Kirby ✚ Classic Jon Hassell

Three new tracks, one recent, and one classic added to the Spotify and Google Play Music playlist as of October 28, 2018

The latest update to my Stasis Report ambient-music playlist on Spotify and Google Play Music. The following five tracks were added on Sunday, October 28. Three are from the past month or so, one is just under a year old, and one is a classic from 1977.

✚ “Hey Ahh” by Saloli (aka Mary Sutton) off the new album The Deep End, released by the Kranky label on October 26, 2018: saloli.bandcamp.com.

✚ “Four Years Away,” the title track off the new SineRider (aka Devin Powers) album, released by the Sound in Silence label on October 26, 2018: soundinsilencerecords.bandcamp.com.

✚ “Moments” by Lucid Structure (aka Colin Mayo), off the December 2017 album We Were Never Here: lucidstructure.bandcamp.com. A new album, Measures, is due out November 22.

✚ “II” by John Carroll Kirby off the album Meditations in Music, released by Leaving Records on September 22, 2018: johncarrollkirby.bandcamp.com.

✚ This week’s archival track is “Blues Nile” off the 1977 Jon Hassell album Vernal Equinox: jonhassell.com

Some previous Stasis Report tracks were removed to make room for these, keeping the playlist length to roughly two hours. Those retired tracks — from Field Works and Marcus Fischer; Tim Hecker; Seigo Aoyama; Klara Lewis and Simon Fisher Turner; and Geir Sundstøl — are now in the Stasis Archives playlist (currently only on Spotify).

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Stasis Report: Basinski ✚ Skeen ✚ More

Four brand new tracks and one from earlier this year added to the ambient playlist on Spotify and Google Play Music as of October 21, 2018

The latest update to my Stasis Report ambient-music playlist on Spotify and Google Play Music. The following five tracks were added on Sunday, October 21. All are from 2018, four of the five from this month. No room for a classic track this week — too much new music coming out as the end of 2018 approaches.

✚ “Mono No Aware 1.4” from William Basinski and Lawrence English off Selva Oscura. It was released by the Temporary Residence label on October 12, 2018: williambasinski.bandcamp.com.

✚ “A Parallel Array of Horses,” the title track off the new album by Geneva Skeen. It was released by the Room40 label on October 19, 2018: room40.bandcamp.com.

✚ “Glacial Tongues” is off the new r beny album, Eistla, self-released on October 5, 2018: rbeny.bandcamp.com.

✚ “Jordan Beckons,” off the new album Valet to Iowa by Carey Moore. It was self-released on October 11, 2018: careymoore.bandcamp.com.

✚ “At Dawn” by Lea Bertucci off Metal Aether, released back on February 9, 2018, by the NNA Tapes label: leabertucci.bandcamp.com

Some previous Stasis Report tracks were removed to make room for these, keeping the playlist length to roughly two hours. Those retired tracks — from Eashwarashwar Subramanian, Laura Karpman, Less Bells, Field Works (with Loscil), Suss, ioflow, and Aphex Twin — are now in the Stasis Archives playlist (currently only on Spotify).

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