Many people think that making ambient electronic music is easy. And perhaps it is. But making ambient electronic music that matters, is a different skill altogether. I guess anyone armed with even the simplest of keyboard setups can make some sort of tepid, drifty, single note wash, but isn’t that equivalent of the un-coordinated three-chord punk thrash, the bedroom mumble rapper using off the shelf beats, the volume over the validity of the newly established metal band?…

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