It is mainly based on electronic soundscapes, drones and subtle hints of rhythm. Sometimes they are deep and immersive, sometimes they take on a harsher, rougher approach. One of the most impressive things Raffaele does, is scour the underground for beautiful music.
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The result is a massively varied album, exploring post-industrial music in all its forms. Ocean of Sound - the 3rd annual report volume I by Various Artists. Volume 1. Volume 2.
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In these Raffaele picks his favorite tracks from each year of post industrial underground digging. The 3rd Annual Report, split into two vast compilation contains no less than a whopping tracks, coming from over artists. Hell, even my own project, Misantronics, is featured. Now you might think that this is sheer overload but Raffaele refuses to focus solely on quantity. For him, the quality of music seems to be just as important. All the tracks here belong to the best that these featured acts had to offer at the time. Although calm, soothing ambient seems to be the main subgenre, these two compilations are obviously tremendously varied.
The aforementioned acts belong to my personal favorites among the tracks but I just just as easily pick out ten-twelve other favs. Gardener for example, and his highly immersive rhythmic participation, or Vanderlamp's beautiful ambient tune. For noise fans, there is Tryptaphonics or Flutwacht and Nakatomi Blast, among others. There is the mystic ambient of Xerxes The Dark and Naadam. There are the rough soundscapes of Sonologyst and weirdness of Kraft and the eerie voices of Kiki Ka.
Again, definitely something for everyone to be found on this vast compilation.
Raffaele's neverending search leads them to some of the most unexpected places on this globe. On 'Visions Of Darkness', he compiled twenty one tracks from artists from Iran.
It follows the ' Persian Experimental Survey ' and delivers a rare insight into the Iranian underground. Perhaps needless to say, but 'Visions Of Darkness' is a well varied album, one that somehow also manages to sound coherent and thematic. You can find deep droning tracks from Xerxes The Dark and Nyctalllz, beautiful downtempo electronics from S. This mod adds The Kazakhs to the game as a playable civilization. The Khmer BNW. This mod adds The Khmer to the game as a playable civilization.
This mod adds the Kingdom of Bohemia to the game as playable civilization. Removes Prague as a City State. Moldavia BNW. This mod adds Moldavia to the game as a playable civilization. Montenegro BNW. This mod adds Montenegro to the game as a playable civilization. Requires the Brave New World expansion. Nepal BNW. This mod adds Nepal to the game as a playable civilization. Removes Kathmandu as a City State. Northumbria BNW. This mod adds Northumbria to the game as a playable civilization. Text descriptions in the screenshots are no longer valid!
Pakistan BNW. This mod adds Pakistan to the game as a playable civilization. Romania BNW. This mod adds Romania to the game as a playable civilization. Sassanid Empire BNW. This mod adds the Sassanid Empire to the game as a playable civilization. Seljuq Empire BNW.
This mod adds the Seljuq Empire to the game as a playable civilization. Serbia BNW. This mod adds Serbia to the game as a playable civilization. Removes Belgrade as a City State. This mod adds Serbia Peter I to the game as a playable civilization. Removes Belgrade as a City-State. This mod adds SFR Yugoslavia to the game as a playable civilization.
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Sikh Empire BNW. This mod adds the Sikh Empire to the game as a playable civilization. Suggestions, bug reports and errors are welcome. Taiwan BNW. This mod adds Taiwan to the game as a playable civilization. The Umayyads BNW.
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This mod adds The Umayyads to the game as a playable civilization. Changes Arabia to The Abbasids. Union of Burma BNW. This mod adds Burma to the game as a playable civilization for Brave New World users. This mod adds Mexico to the game as a playable civilization. Vietnam BNW. This mod adds Vietnam to the game as a playable civilization. Wallachia BNW. This mod adds Wallachia to the game as a playable civilization. This mod requires the Brave New World expansion to work. Click here for Moldavia BNW , which was previously part o Wallachia Mircea BNW.
Adds Wallachia led by Mircea the Elder to the game. Ayyubid Civilization. Created by Pouakai. The Ayyubid dynasty was a sultanate centred in Cairo between the 12th and 14th centuries. The dynasty was founded by Saladin, a man known throughout the wo MC's Ashanti Civilisation. Based in West Africa, near modern day Ghana, the Ashanti Empire was a powerful state which constantly proved a staunch opponent to European colonisation of the region.
The Empire or Kingdom grew out of the smaller state of Kumasi and grew to encompass mu MC's Gallic Civilization. MC's India Civilisation Pack. The Indian Subcontinent was home to many empires and countless cultures which rose and fell throughout its recorded history. Nestled between the Indus and Ganges rivers, Indian civilizations developed a unique culture of unparalelled grandiosity, majesty a MC's Jerusalem.
Born out of a sacred desire on the part of the Christian nations of Europe to liberate the Holy Land from those whom they perceived to be heathens, the Kingdom of Jerusalem was the largest of many Crusader states established in the levant by the armies of Mexican Civilization. Located at the boundary between North and Central America, Mexico has experienced drastic territorial changes since gaining independance from Spain in The political composition of Mexico has ranged from empire to republic, and has on times threatened This mod adds the Moors to the game, available for anyone with Brave New World.
MC's Nazca Civilization. Widely known for the enormous geoglyphs of animals and other designs which they created in the deserts of their empire, the Nazca culture existed for approximately years in the high Andean deserts of what is now Southern Peru. From what little is known MC's New Zealand. Despite being a small archipelago in the South Pacific, New Zealand is never one to back away from a fight.
Nubia went by many names, often given to them by the Egyptians to the north who dealt with them in both peace and war - one such name w MC's Oman Civilisation.
The Sultanate of Muscat and Oman Oman for short was a 19th century power in the Indian ocean, ruling large swaths of land across East Africa through to southern Iran from their centre of power in the eastern Arabian peninsula. Under the leadership of Sai MC and GE's Romania.
Formerly split between the great empires of Europe and Asia, and the battleground for the frequent wars between them, Romania proudly rose from their shadow in the 19th century and inherited the mantle of the great kingdoms of the past which had inhabited MC's Seleucids. Born out of the tumultuous period following the death of Alexander the Great, the Seleucid Empire was the greatest of the successor kingdoms, having inherited the vast majority of Alexander's eastern empire.
Under the rule of their first Basilieus, Seleucu MC's Serbia. First founded centuries ago when Slavic peoples crossed the Danube, Serbia is a proud kingdom situated in the heart of the Balkans, on the crossroads of Europe and Asia.
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For centuries Serbia flourished in the shadows of empires far greater, until the Ottom MC's Tibetan Civilization. MC's Buccaneers. A name that struck fear into all within the Caribbean, the Buccaneers were the most feared pirates of the age of sail, plundering ports of friend and foe alike. They sought only bounty and glory, and frequently became the enemy of those who sought to use t Sukritact's Burmese Civilization. Sukritact's Calusa Civilization.