The Ambient Zone is a beautiful journey into ambient and electronica inspired by universal themes of calmness, purity, relaxation and enrichment where Weightless is coupled with some exclusive first releases and other blissfully ambient tracks from Just Music artists and alumni.
Created instinctively and intuitively by Marconi Union, Weightless has been claimed to have therapeutic properties in the way the track almost appears to have a heartbeat running through it which slows down very gently throughout the piece, encouraging a deep sense of relaxation in the body, It’s use of specific rhythms, beep bass tones, frequencies and intervals induce an almost trance like state in the listener.
“The Ambient Zone is an album that just screams (albeit quietly) of pure class” - Fluid Nation
The Ambient Zone is the fourth volume in the Just Music Cafe Compilation series. Vol 1, Acoustic & Beats, a celebration of our early catalogue; Vol 2, AM : PM comprising sessions for both late late nights and early mornings and Vol 3, Poolside Beats, which takes the listener on a journey poolside. And for 2013, Volume 5, Scene & Heard, Just Music tracks heard behind the scenes in Sex & The City , Season 6.
Can’t get enough of the whole egg theme this Easter? From egg tarts to Pantone eggs to chocolate cascarones, we totally feel you on the egg front. That’s why we decided to make an entire centerpiece out of egg shells!
My relationship with Facebook has changed so dramatically.
Back in college, 24/7 on Facebook. The first tab that I opened, even unintentionally at times, was always Facebook. Updates on what the various social groups were up to- eating at a delicious foodie place in Orange County, promoting events for clubs, promoting food being sold on Ring Road, where to get free things (everybody loves free things). Endless pictures of the parties that happened over the week, invited to or not invited to.
I went through them all, and not once did I consider my time wasted.
Now? Updates that don’t make a difference in my life. No free things. No new places to try, and party pictures?There is no such thing, now that Instagram has taken precedence over my social medias.
So why, to this day, do I still open Facebook? Whats the point?
I don’t need it to contact anybody for lecture notes anymore, and I already read that Buzzfeed link 45 mins ago, sorry. You posted a status about being bored? I’m sorry I can’t hit you up to hang out anymore because, I don’t know, I live 4 hours away. So cruel because we used to like 2 doors down from each other, and we can’t even see each other, because lets face it, only the truest of friends stay in contact after college.
There is no such thing as acquaintances in my life too. Its either you’re my friend, or not, because coming back home is really, really awkward.
That’s how I feel about Facebook.
Its like returning to your hometown. You grew up with it. You were on it, in it, and knew everything about it.
Then you experience what people have been telling you about your whole life- The Real World. Then after you’re bored, and miss the days of being a student 24/7 versus playing Grown-Up (you have to admit, being on the bottom of the totem pole of the Professional Life sucks), you return to comfort and familiarity of Facebook, only to notice something is different. Something has changed.
It will never be the same.
You see statues about college things. You feel really old and awkward.Or maybe that’s just me.
Is Facebook a student thing?
A housewife thing? (I say this because all my mother does is sit on her laptop and scroll through Facebook.)
I don’t know all.
All I know is Facebook is not has fun as it used to be. And I miss it. I miss the old Facebook days. Endless entertainment versus nowadays signing on, scroll down twice, then sign off from lack of interest.
Adventure has to be actively sought out now, instead of it falling into my lap from just ‘hanging out’.
Sigh well, I guess I’ll go sign off now, and read my paperback book versus statues about HARD summer.
“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies. The man who never reads lives only one.”