Track length: 7:32
Tempo: n/a (slow)

Seven and a half minutes of slow atmospheric ambient music and organic soundscapes with minimal piano. A chilly trip through Antarctic waters, passing huge glaciers.

Longform atmospheric and visual soundscape, ideal underscore for science and nature documentaries and films, background music for relaxation, study, yoga, meditation or ambient music for sleep.

For fans of minimal ambient music such as Brian Eno, Stars Of The Lid, Thomas Koner, Biosphere, Cliff Martinez etc. Hear the music played against beautiful BBC documentary video footage of Antarctica below.

Atmospheric ambient music: Antarctica by Simon Wilkinson

No drums, percussion or any rhythmic elements to interrupt the dark and serene atmosphere; just intricate textures and organic soundscapes to hypnotise and intrigue.

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