Paul wrote:I love industrial and experimental music (zoviet*france, Einsturzende Neubauten, Coil etc...) so this is right up my street. I have never been very fond of the new-age music combined with mantras that is often produced as Buddhist music and this is definitely a lot more exciting.
There's a lot of interesting things to explore in Tibetan art and music - especially if done by practitioners. Are these guys Buddhist?
Edit: I once found a CD that I ripped from a group called "Mappa Mundi", title Elemental Edge Music. I think they were DC practitioners. It's a really weird little CD about the creation and destruction of the 5 elements - kind of a new age noise project. Very odd and interesting.
Khechara wrote:That's excellent, Paul! I am fond of dark ambient, martial industrial, power electronics/death industrial etc. I also write for the premier online industrial and dark music periodical, Heathen Harvest.
Yeah, I have never been fond of New Age music combined with mantras and other traditional elements either. Phurpa, however, are an authentic ritual music collective and are practicing Buddhists. Their art has attracted a lot of metalheads too! (I am also a lot into this music!)
Are there any online links to check out Mappa Mundi?
Johnny Dangerous wrote:Mappa Mundi is pretty good, thanks for posting.
justsit wrote:Some here may have heard this from the sound track to the movie Words of My Perfect Teacher.
(trailer quality not the best...)
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