Absolutely electronic friend...Love the melody and clarity of the sound...I am a new Jamendo user and I compose pure instrumentals .Check out my album and let me know your feedback
Originally released in 2005, Peristalsis marked Ramp's first full-length release. Since then, this album has largely been unavailable and is just being republished for download now.
The fourteen tracks on this album span a variety of styles but primarily focus on experimental electronic industrial and ambient sounds. Aiming for a rich, lush feel without becoming pointlessly complex, this album serves as a counterpoint to growing electronic minimalism. While it is largely instrumental, aside from one track with a sampled spoken-word performance, vocal textures underpin quite a few of the sounds.
This took a while to worm itself into my brain, becuase it's a bit more downtempo than most of the music I like. But I'm really enjoying it! It's primarily low-key, contemplative electronica, but there's a lot of variety between tracks and some creative use of vocal samples. Reminds me a little bit of Psapp and a little bit of Boards of Canada. =:) To the Sun, Kajka, Cluster, and Titania were my favorite tracks.