One of my best netlabel discoveries has to be Camomille, introduced to me by an entry on RYM’s Obscure Album of the Week project yesteryear. They release a lovely brand of “monochrome” ambient, frequently imbued with the rare property of truly becoming one with the environment.
This track probably wins the minimality contest among their catalog… Pure background sound per Eno’s original vision, something to not be exactly listened to, simply heard, at a low volume. Quite similar to the background hum found in any laboratory with a sufficiently large variety of electric devices, which is a thing I actually find quite comforting. And yet it kind of sharpens the senses. YMMV.
It also turns out to be a type of music you can totally play out “loud” in university computer labs without anyone telling you to turn it off. ;D