Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing, there is a field I’ll meet you there.
When the world lies down in that grass, the world is too full to talk about. Ideas, language, even the phrase each other doesn’t make any sense.
a one-hour ambient mix inspired by the few quiet moments in Indian movie Rockstar (2011).
Pine - Olan Mill (2010) The Meeting Place - A.R. Rahman for Rockstar (2011) Watching It Unfold - Lawrence English (2009) Rokuu - Illuha (2011) To The Order Of Night - Balmorhea (2010) Soaring Beyond - Badmarsh & Shri (2001) A Difficult Year - Flights (2012) Þú Ert Jörðin - Ólafur Arnalds (2010) H In New England - Max Richter (2008) Late Anthropocene - Brian Eno (2010) Lokaðu augunum - Ólafur Arnalds (2009) Restless Mystic - A.R. Rahman for Raavanan (2010) The Jaguar Sun - Helios (2009) Ice glass - Gustavo Santaolalla for Nanga Parbat (2010) The Rip - Portishead (2008)
here’s an update to my Soundtracking Your Workday series on 8tracks with some new material as my own exams are knocking at the door. this third mix consists of the usual wordless, ambient instrumentals including some movie scores. enjoy!
Some Rooms Become Us - Panoptique Electrical Yes To Fear, Yes To Desire (2009)
i’ve come up with a new mixtape idea right after reading the post “Soundtracking: Your Workday” on Draw Us Lines. Like the Jacob, i always study with wordless music. in fact, my iTunes library has a ‘Sirf Suno’ (Just Listen) category so I don’t burst out singing.
regularly from now on, i’ll share with you selections of instrumental mixtapes that come handy while working/studying. the series is called Soundtracking Your Workday. (I know…couldn’t find a better title.) Here goes Volume One, an ambient, post-rock, instrumental mix around Yann Tiersen’s new album Dust Lane.