Melt Like Clouds

2013-06-07 13:44:30 UTC
Melt Like Clouds Profile

Melt Like Clouds is the mind child of Ryan Cantz. Experimenting with noise, sounds, percussion, guitars, bass, pianos and synths, Melt Like Clouds creates a dreamlike world that embraces you to drift away from existence. What you hear is what you feel so close your eyes, float in the sky and ride the atmosphere given off from this delusional audio experience.

The debut album "Liquid Dreaming" is a 10-track album full of un-expecting trances and cacophony. The goal of this album is to differentiate dreams and reality. Majority of this album was made at obscure times of the night and early morning due to irregular sleep patterns. Fully produced, written, recorded, mixed and mastered by Ryan Cantz in the summer of 2012. Officially released September 03, 2012.

[ Liquid Dreaming ] isn't your average electo-ambient sound as it bring together the two core elements of ambient and electronic together in the most perfect way while retaining a low-end vision of other ambiences such as industrial, glitch, dub/techno, noise and ambient-drone. The ten track on this album does bring some unexpected trances that you will most likely enjoy if you are in to the likes of [ Portero Regateador ] ~ [ Salient Sounds ] and [ 65daysofstatic ]. Something you definitely want to check out.

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Following up with the release of "Liquid Dreaming," came the release of the second coming of the Melt Like Clouds chronicles. "Mile High Island" is the sophomore album of this project. Focusing on isolation, reclusion and living inside yourself; this adventure of sounds portrays the mindset and endeavors of a loner who is misunderstood. Written, recorded, produced, mixed by Ryan Cantz and mastered by Channel Fuse Media in the fall/winter of 2012-2013. Officially released April 09, 2013.

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Melt Like Clouds - Mile High Island Artist - Melt Like Clouds Album - Mile High Island [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2013 Genre - Ambient, Experimental, Electro', Drone, Ambient-drone, Noise [ BEAUTIFUL SOUND / NOISE ] Tracklist 01. Shellbrain 04:39 02. Rainbow Flow 03:49 03. Black Tongues 06:39 04. Lost In The Mist 08:13 05. Knowing 03:53 06. The Depth Of A Canyon 05:49 07. Phantasmagoria 06:08 08. Dwam 07:38 09. Nautical Beings 03:19 10. Invisible Children With Mouth Radios 06:33 11. Sky Daze 06:23 12. Desire In Delays 09:43 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Melt Like Clouds - Mile High Island -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - Melt Like Clouds Album - Liquid Dreaming [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2012 Genre - Ambient, Experimental, Electro', Drone, Ambient-drone, Noise [ BEAUTIFUL SOUND / NOISE ] Tracklist 01. Magnetic Wave 04:58 02. Scraping Space 04:34 03. Bloomfields 05:18 04. Loops 04:23 05. Sleep Teaching 05:36 06. Universal Glacier 04:14 07. Sonic Turns 07:12 08. Sequence & Pattern 05:14 09. Holograms In White 05:26 10. Echo The Kid 07:29 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Melt Like Clouds - Liquid Dreaming -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommendations: Amon Tobin | Salient Sounds | E.F.R | Trentemoller | Joshua Hart -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Melt Like Clouds --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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