We Are Forever Drifting

One continuous, slowly drifting, atmospheric ambient drone to accompany you on your journey drifting through space.

Total running time: 3:51:44

Released 2 October 2019

All music written, performed and produced by Brin Coleman at MCos, Manchester, March to September 2019.

Cover design and photography by Brin Coleman.
Cover photograph: Asheridge Park, Buckinghamshire, September 2019.

Once More Into Nightfall

The deep blue of the Autumn twilight glows above the open land.
The is a crispness to the cool, fresh air.
You are surrounded by nature, as the night falls, the wonders of the universe.

One long, slowly developing ambient drone.

Total running time: 3:45:46

Released 18 September 2019

All music written, performed and produced by The ambient drones of Bill Baxter, March to September 2019.

Design and photography by The ambient drones of Bill Baxter.
Cover photograph: Asheridge Park, Buckinghamshire, September 2019.

Disorienteering

A slow, drifting journey through space.

No beats. No melody. Few actual notes to speak of.
Just slowly changing atmospheric soundscapes for your listening pleasure.

Total running time: 3:41:00

Released 18 August 2019

All music written, performed and produced by The ambient drones of Bill Baxter, July 2019.

Design and photography by The ambient drones of Bill Baxter.
Cover photograph: John Ryland's Library, Manchester, August 2019.

Reviews of Disorienteering

Played at low to medium volume, DISORIENTEERING provides the ideal musical ambience for modern residential settings, for museums or art galleries, for airports and tunnels; and for all scientific structures such as overt / covert military installations and laboratories.

With this release Bill Baxter delivers a wonderfully hi-tech ambient droning experience that keeps you on the edge of music technology. Superb!

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A Beginner's Guide to Drifting Through Space

Space is big, really big!

Take a 278 minute journey through space, travelling the vast empty void and visiting our closest neighbours.

Total running time: 4:38:11

Released 11 July 2019

All music written, performed and produced by The ambient drones of Bill Baxter during November 2018.

Album photography and design by The ambient drones of Bill Baxter.
Cover photograph: A plane coming in to land, as seen from the Joy Division bridge in Manchester, 13th November 2017.

Reviews of A Beginner's Guide to Drifting Through Space

Your journey through Outer Space begins as soon as you break free of Earth's gravitational pull. You travel though our Solar System, bid goodbye to Pluto, and head towards the Andromeda and Milky Way Galaxies.

Our destination is MACS J1149 Lensed Star 1, also known as Icarus,the most distant individual star detected, at approximately 14 billion light-years from Earth. The Ambient Drones of Bill Baxter will take you there.

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