Long Live Ambient Music + I Actually Had Feelings?
Now, this can be 'potentially problematic' (Hermione Granger, anyone?) for numerous reasons: one, sometimes it is difficult to find the exact song to fit my mood and two, by the time I find the song my mood may very well have changed.
And for a while, all hope was lost. I wallowed in the depths of despair, longing for the right arrangement of vocals and chords to correspond to my constantly changing moods, when one dark night in my living room (also known as yesterday), with my headphones in and YouTube music blasting in my eardrums as I woke, something happened that changed my listening experience forever....
(I'm not melodramatic I swear)
I discovered Ambient and Cyro Chamber, two channel which upload many upon many ambient music tracks perfect for writing to or even just relating to in terms of your emotional state and how you're feeling at the moment.
I was blown away. That's all I can really say about it. Every single track made me feel - I kid you not - like I was floating away. I was in the middle of a pretty intense scene while listening to one song in particular (Deep Ambient, for anybody wondering) and I swear the music connected me so much to what I was writing that I had to stop for a while and just get my head back into the present when I was finished. And no, unlike my last paragraph, I am not being melodramatic.
|Why do Sherlock gifs fit so well with this post??|
Can anybody relate to this? Have you ever listened to this kind of music, or any music that makes you feel so strongly? If you have, share and tell below, because I'd love to find out if anyone else has ever felt such empathy with music.
Hail and farewell,
- Sunset xx