Music for Living Spaces

Green-House - Music for Living Spaces
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Ardizoni doesn’t designate particular sounds as leads and accompaniment so much as they let dynamic and static melodies mutually support each other, giving each equal weight in an abundant expanse.
On Music for Living Spaces shares, Olive Ardizoni produces miniature synthesizer compositions for you and your household plants. Ardizoni shares similarities to projects like Mort Garson's Plantasia, with calming synth melodies that feel as much for your inanimate objects in your living spaces as yourself. The music is cathartic and small, with sounds that wiggle and whistle just enough to be engaging but not overwhelming. They mix New Age and Ambient elements with Bucolic Pop to create an ... read more
If you liked this, check out Desmond Hatch's 'Skatinginplace' or 'Hatch'.
Los Angeles-based musician Olive Ardizoni creates compelling ambient music as Green-House and on Music for Living Spaces we hear sounds that are appealing to human ears, but this also might be exactly what our plants want to hear. Making music for our green pals in nothing new, with any others musicians contributing to the cause, but this is my first exposure to it and I will say the retro synth tones used and interwoven melodic lines found here do make it seem like I’m watching a ... read more
nice expansion from 'songs for invisible gardens'. can maybe feel a bit too retro sometimes but it's a very well-worked sound. really shines when it pushes the boat out a little more, for example with that beautiful vocal on "find home"
Caught somewhere between Mort Garson and Julianna Barwick. Beautiful, minimalistic and enrapturing New Age.
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Added on: April 8, 2021