Wings of an Angel is an Israeli Ambient artist. They specialize in longform compositions with very abstract titles, and claim their music "Soothes Headaches Like No Paracetamol Can".
They are a VERY prolific artist, and usually release full-length albums at least twice a week! Their entire discography is available for purchase for $1 USD on bandcamp.
Wings Of An Angel's discography provides examples of the following tropes:
- Ambient: Their genre of choice.
- Electronic Music: How their work is made.
- Epic Rocking: Most of their music falls under this. Quite a few tracks are over an hour long. As such, their albums often consist of only one or two songs.
- Guest-Star Party Member: They often work with collaborators. One of the most common is Scott Lawlor, but there are many others.
- Humans Are the Real Monsters: One of their albums is titled Let Coronavirus Win Because We Are The Real Virus In This Ecosystem, referencing this trope.
- Long Title: Another staple of their music. The following are real titles to their albums:
- Look At Those Traceable Goddesses In That Saccharine Wheelchair, All Hiccupped And Exquisitely Juicy, Their Little Mouths Wide Open To Swallow Your Salacious Pietism, Sir Dickens! (Released 2016)
- Buy Me More Poisoned Candy: Orchestral Drones For Classic Predators Vol.2 (Released 2021)
- Increase Of A Never Tested Irregularity Will Advance Subsidiary Get-Gos With A Susceptibility Of Life Experience, Sexual Desire, And An Approximate Leadership Of Refusing Service; Walk On Air Or Be A Blue-Blooded Herb, You Sorry Excuse For An Elected Civil Servant (Released 2021)
- Nipple and Dimed: The album cover for Sexuality As The Birth Of Sublimation averts this, showing a single naked female breast.
- Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: Both how their titles come across and how they often speak in release announcements.
- Shout-Out: "Sir Dickens" in Look At Those Traceable Goddesses...Sir Dickens! is probably one to Charles Dickens. That said, Charles Dickens was not a Sir.
- Word Salad: Look at the above album titles. Look at any track names. When strung together, they're pretty nonsensical.