The Ambientalist - What If
The chillout and ambient producer, The Ambientalist shares with us his latest track, “What If.” The three and a half minute is a wonderful blend of dark, lush soundscapes and whimsical melodies.
This is one of those songs you listen to when it’s late at night or when you’re needing that moment of concentration. The amount of details poured into “What If” are stunning and deeply appreciated. It’s a beautiful balance of deep synths colliding with delicate, bright piano tones and together they create something otherworldly and unique. The atmosphere within this track could be used for a cinematic backdrop in a film, it’s that spacious and dreamy.
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