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ThingsThatMatter is a love woven tumblelog on everything new music and inspiration for clean ears and open minds. And vice versa.

You'll find lots of pearls from the world of neo-classical music—think Nils Frahm, Ólafur Arnalds, A Winged Victory for the Sullen, etc. But I also like to peek into other styles that are closely related like ambient, electronica, jazz, and experimental. And I share insights, photos and news I come across while hunting for new music.

So, mind your head, use some good headphones, and simply enjoy.

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Sev­eral months ago, five net­la­bels that I admire and have often reviewed their releases at Acts of Silence released over 25 hours of music in one month. To put this is some per­spec­tive, on a real good day of music lis­ten­ing, I can enjoy about 6 hours of music. Usu­ally I only get a chance to lis­ten to two to four hours of music a day and some­times, sadly, none. So these five net­la­bels released so much music that it would have taken me almost two weeks to lis­ten to all of it. And I can tell you most def­i­nitely, I did not lis­ten to all of their releases which is sad for the net­la­bel, but more so for the musician.

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  1. lokifreign said: Agree and disagree, simultaneously. I personally feel the author’s priorities are screwed up, timewise.
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