4 free albums from Ghostly International

1.Ghostly Essentials: Music for Creative A 40-minute exploration of Ghostly’s “SMM” artists, whose mysterious, home-grown sound was inspired by Brian Eno’s original concept of ambient music. The style is exemplified by contemplative instrumental textures and sweeping melodic gestures. The Music for Creativescompilation is a joint effort between longtime admirers Ghostly International and Behance; its release coincides with The 99% Conference, Behance’s yearly summit on creativity and productivity. Music for Creatives is built to inspire deep dives into the dark waters of creative flow. 2. Ghostly Essentials: Music for Ideas A 10 song experience of Ghostly’s artists, each with a unique mood. The Music for Ideas compilation is a joint effort between Ann Arbor-founded Ghostly International and TEDxUofM; it’s release coincides with TEDxUofM 2011: Encouraging Crazy Ideas, the second annual self-organized TED summit at the University of Michigan. Music for Ideas is meant to awaken the creative flow, the tenet on which TEDxUofM 2011 is based. 3.Ghostly Essentials: Rarities One A compilation of rare, unreleased, and hard-to-find music from our vaults. Highlights include Matthew Dear’s “Don’t Go This Way”, a tasty leftover from theAsa Breed sessions; Michna’s “Quadruple Gold Dipped”, an alternate version of the Magic Monday album-opener; and The Sight Below’s “Blown”, another piece of perfect melancholia from the prolific producer. 4.Ghostly Essentials: Rarities Two Highlights include Matthew Dear’s “Stab In The Backs”; Mobius Bands’ “You’re Wrong (Benoit Piouluard Remix)”; and Christopher Willits’ “Orange Lit Spaces (Electricwest Remix)”. http://www.theghostlystore.com/collections/music-free


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