Carefully crafted slightly experimental ambient post rock or drone tracks, with tender vocal tracks throughout.
The Silent Ballet is a past review blog and compilation project. Since 2012, activity has ceased and its founder has since moved on to write for Fragile ǀǀ ¿Extinct?, which now posts occasional reviews and an annual list of 100 tracks/50 albums (very worth checking out). This entry in the compilation series (16 in total) … Continue reading “Various Artists –  The Silent Ballet, Volume III: Unfolding a Broken Heart”
Essential post rock compilation series. Spans a huge range from almost classical to jazzy territory.
I can’t best user deaddreamer‘s review: This compilation is irrestible. It is a chronicle of victory spoken by a silent reader whose emotions are large and resonant so much so that they ripple outward the glory of triumph. Got curious? Then read on! 😉
The netlabel Lost Children specialises in Progressive Rock and related music genres. They offer a magnificent collection of free music compilations called The Silent Ballet. Here I present my favourite release of this series, being on the quiet and ambient side of the musical spectrum it offers. Volumes 1, 5 and 6 are my next … Continue reading “Various Artists –  The Silent Ballet: Volume 9”
Only half a year after ojdb’s release, the amount of music has increased at unprecedented speed. The graph below shows the evolution of my free music collection over the last years. It took me over four years to collect my first 1000 tracks, while during the last year, I collected 3000 tracks—and the year is … Continue reading “ojdb reaches 5000 tracks”