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Undercurrent 8 (Ocean of Light), by Hammock
Our new release for August is available now: Undercurrent #8 - Ocean of Light. We hope you'll enjoy it.
The Ascent of Everest - Is Not Defeated
The Ascent of Everest's Is Not Defeated is a stunning album. I really, really like this record! It’s progressive, psychedelic, shoegaze, ambient, post rock. It’s kinda hard to classify. Whatever you choose to call it, I think everyone will agree that it’s an epic accomplishment. I really can’t get over how creative these guys are. It’s well done, and I encourage you to check it out. — MB
We are pleased to share this announcement with Musicbed, and beyond excited to see what you will create with access to our full catalog.
Songs for Sleep: Peaceful Ambient, Relaxation, Atmosphere by Hammock Music
There's no greater musical experience than the feeling of being absorbed into an atmosphere of sound. Music that seems to linger in and merge with the air itself. Here is a playlist for the heavy heart and unquiet mind. - MB
Undercurrent 7 (Submerged Context), by Hammock
Our new release for July is available now: Undercurrent #7 - Submerged Context. We hope you'll enjoy it.
Last call for Mysterium vinyl. We've only got a limited supply of Clear, and 180-gram Black left. Enter the promo code "facebook" during checkout to receive 20% off: https://shop.hammockmusic.com/album/mysterium
Undercurrent 6 - Hypostatic
Available Now: Undercurrent 6 - Hypostatic: http://bit.ly/2MPPY6h
Maybe some day You will settle down. Maybe this time You can turn it around.
Lava Lamp, a playlist by Spotify
Our sincerest thanks to Spotify for featuring our music on its new playlist, "Lava Lamp." It includes over nine hours of music to lose yourself in from many great bands.
Undercurrent 5 (Calion Pills), by Hammock
Available Now: Undercurrent #5 - Calion Pills
Undercurrent 4 (Holotropic Disclosure), by Hammock
UNDERCURRENT 4 - HoLoTRoPIC DISCLoSURE
SPACE TO ROAM: a tribute to public lands
Our thanks to filmmaker/photographer Andrew Studer for using our music to score his beautiful project. 'Space to Roam' is a film inspired by all the unique structures, patterns, and overall “otherworldly” landscapes found in Southwestern America’s public lands in hopes of protecting them.