Freshly sliced

Spring, yeah, finally! And it started with a (partial) eclipse of the sun in this part of the hemisphere. And if spring fever cought you, check out tonight's episode providing a vast bunch of electronica with tracks by Xenoton (Traveller), Exit Project (The Past is the Future), Angström Institute (Origin of Ghosts), Harald Nies (Horizon), Yunas (Yunas), Beat.dowsing (Rising Current), tonblende (Zeitreise), and DFRNT and Nearfield (Phaeton Chronicles 2).


Resting well

Do you believe in souls? Strange question, you might say. But having a soul seems not obvious and especially not very scientific. Nevertheless, tonight's show presents music for your soul. Beautiful scapes floating and tickling all along, calm but still breathtaking. So, find a nice and cosy place, lean back and dive into the aural scenes by Marsen Jules (The Empire of Silence), FlatOpus (Melancholy Monk), Leniad (Threads), Harald Nies & Wolfproject, Keving Lyons (Night Visions), Amotken (Kuro), and Numina & Zero Ohms (Broken Stars Through Brilliant Clouds).


Festive lookahead

Tonight's a special episode, looking ahead at the upcoming E-Day festival in Oirschot, Netherlands on April 18th. It's also special as it is a call to action, as we are close to the action date for the event, that is March 12th to decide upon the event taking place. And to make sure, the more tickets are booked the more likely E-Day will continue to present great artists in an enjoyable environment. So best go for it as soon as you can. And to give you a tiny help, you will get the full range of live acts of E-Day on this show. These are Peter Nooten, Filterkaffee (Schönwälder & Rothe), Baltes & Erbe, Skoulaman, and Air Sculpture. Great stuff for a good price.


Gents at keys

A joyride with sequences and more traditional electronic elements is on tonight's playlist. We actually have the gentlemen of synth musicians in this episode. And as kind as the guys are, as kind is the music playing for us in many different colors. Join in for great tunes by Kellerkind Berlin (Signs), Broekhuis, Keller & Schönwälder (Direction Green), Howard Givens & Craig Padilla (Life Flows Water), DigitalSimplyWorld (Seeds), Helicon Wave (Black Halo Pyramid), and Alba Ecstasy (Unpredictable Intersections Over the Time and Now). And don't miss the opportunity to experience Broekhuis, Keller and Schönwälder live on March 13 and 14 in Repelen.


Delicious beats

We're more on the rhythm side tonight, let the drums talk to our heart and body. Just the right pace to enjoy the flight of sounds and images entering our mind. Best for this episode to sit back and let the beats grab you for an aural journey of chill. And this is what you get to hear: Baltes & Erbe (S-thetic²), Harald Grosskopf (Synthesist 2010), Organoid (Spectral Theory), Beat.Dowsing (Rising Current), Seazo (A Tribute to Cosmos), and eCe boas (Fischland). And don't miss out the upcoming events by Baltes & Erbe (E-Day and more) and Stefan Erbe with Harald Grosskopf on March 7.


Aural pleasantry

Just found some snowdrops on our houses corner these days, what a nice and beautiful sight. Those dainty and frail flowers finding a little spot to bloom. Is it coincidental that I picked just such kind of tracks for tonight's show? Maybe, but I think not. Well, after last week's wild ride we now have the wonderful world of harmony on the playlist. I hope, you enjoy the music as much as I, as it eased my mind during a busy week. On this show you get tracks by Bruno Sanfilippo (Inside Life), Alio Die & Lorenzo Montanà (Holographic Codex), Psicodreamics, Cousin Silas (Amidst Silence), and Michael Harris and Owsey & Resotone A New Beginning, For All of Us / Compilation).


Salient ingrediences

Boy, it is freezing out there. Finally. This is what winter is meant to be in Germany around this time. Not that I would miss it, if it were warmer. What I would miss though, is a change in style and some listening challenge in electronic and ambient music. So tonight's such a night, where I have more not so easy listening tracks on the show. And I really hope, you enjoy the music to broaden your senses and musical experience. So open your ears and mind to have fun with: Abjective (Black ][ Trees) Catacombs of Doom and Hagen von Bergen (Midnight Radio Compilation 34), Noston (Malkuth), and finally Madstyle (Threads). Head your phones.


Soundglitters

Time for a new episode tonight, having brand new music as well as some event tips for the near and not so near future. And they are colourful tracks this time celebrating the beauty of sound and harmony. Enjoy on this edition: Baltes & Erbe (S-thetic²), Steve Roach, Byron Metcalf & Rob Thomas (Monuments of Ecstasy), Bernd Kistenmacher (Paradise), BySenses (Frigments - Fragments), and Symmetry (Midnight Radio Compilation 33). And do not miss out the upcoming concerts with Bernd Kistenmacher in Münster, Berlin and Jena as well as the concerts by Baltes & Erbe in Oirschot, Essen and Windeck.


Sweet and juicy

Not that far from relaxing tonight, maybe even a bit quieter but also very elegant in sound. There is still some good stuff to catch up or to dig in further, so we have a nice mix of older, recent, and new tracks in this edition. To make it short: pick the speakers of your choice and have a great time with Midnight Airship (A River Once Flowed Here), Michael Brückner(Two Letters From Crimea), Faber (Stories), Northcape (Exploration and Ascent), Ambientium (Threads / Compilation), Ephemeral Mists (Odyssey of Rapture Vol. 2 / Compilation), and finally Wacky Southern Current (Today's Embrace).


The joy of chill

Hello 2015! Hello dear friends in electronic music! Hope you had a smooth ride and are up for some relaxed and chilling music tonight. It was the first week of work for me after a longish vacation, so it's just the music I needed. Maybe you feel so, too, or maybe you simply tune in to enjoy these fine tracks. On tonight's playlist are: Two Letters from Crimea by Michael Brückner, Alternate Latitude by Luc St. Pliac, kahvi's Threads with Data Rebel, Planet Boelex and Yimino, Twilight Flight by Shibuyo, and the Midnight Radio Compilation Christmas Edition 2014 with Auditory Perception.


Aural fireworks

Sitting in the dark, rain pouring against the windows, and a temperature of 11C - does not really sound like winter and new year season. But, hey, who cares, as long as we have great music to share with syndae. And today, you get two hands full with more than 60 minutes of fine new tracks. On tonight's playlist, I serve music by Markus Reuter, Melorman, Midnight Airship, Bernd Kistenmacher, Blackberry, Templezone, ALexis Voice, Le Chaudron Magique, SineRider, Shellbound, Homo Ambiens, and Tomoroh Hidari. Take a big pull at this episode.


Easeful sceneries

Resting from all the seasons hustle-bustle tonight, reflecting above the past weeks and thinking about what's to come. Looking for some inner peace, really, that's the mood I am in for tonight's show. Not a festive mood, beware, heard enough of those christmas tracks on the radio these days. So, time to provide my busy mind with a time out. Although, starting a bit nervous still with Phaeleh and his album Somnus. Taking some Time given by Walter Roos then. Happily welcoming back Palancar to our musical guests with Counting Raindrops. Then we follow Vague Traces by Phillip Wilkerson and Chris Russel. Obviously, dwelling in the Silent World with blessings by Csillagköd. We meet Nyul's When the Path Fades. And, finally, will admire the Luminosities presented by Three Fields.


About

syndae is an independent podcast on electronic music of ambient, space, new age, harmonic, traditional, progressive, and rhythmic style, not directly including electronic dance music. The goal of syndae is to make aware of fine electronic music, by providing enjoyable episodes with well known and not yet well known artists from around the world, and to promote events of the electronic music scene, by dedicating episodes to selected artists of such an event. Host of the show is Stefan, an enthusiast of electronic music, who likes to spread the word and sound of synth.

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