An episode full of new and exciting music awaits you tonight. Starting with the magnificent Shades from BatteryDead. We then take a listen to Robert Schroeder and his Ferro Oxid. Afterwards asking Who's Loving You by Tony Carbone. You will further get an impression of Pictures by Faber. And Banco de Gaia amazes again with Ollopa (Apollo remixed). Closing this show with another fine album, Nighttrain by Harald Nies.


It's the fall of EM events for sure, and the fall is here, dear friends in music. But before I have a pile of reminders for upcoming events, we start with an album premiere tonight. It's by the magnificent Sundown Cafe, I recently introduced to syndae, and now there comes Close to Your Heart. Of course, in a double track pack. After the treat, we go over to Michael Rother and his Harmonia playing up for the Electronic Circus. Then we have Norman Fay to shed some light onto the Awakenings all-dayer. And finally, E-Live will be promoted for by ARC, F.D.Project, and ViTaL.

Correction: E-Live is on October 19th, not 25th. Sorry for the confusion.


The show you've been waiting for the whole week, I hope. And you will get a beauty of an episode tonight. We're starting out with W.O.S.P. and his brand new album Trips to the Planets. Not stopping here, but getting a fresh released Rollin Ballads by Gastón Arévalo. More just released music by Bernd Scholl & Rüdiger Gleisberg's Island Peak. And one can surely still feel the print-warmth of We are Infinite by Neal Gardner. Then there is that cool new compilation Possibilities of Circumstance, where of we indulge Steve Roach and Larry Fast / Synergy. And not to miss out the Interpretations done by Telegraphy. And finally, Heiki takes us to the Sauna Porch.


Right, more events for this fall, still. But before going on to another two EM festivals, we have the brand new album by Darshan Ambient on the playlist. And two more fresh albums, first a club sampler where we have the contribution by Synth.nl. And second the summer relase by Marek Kwiatkowski. A quadruple of tracks then to present the diversity of the Denovali Swingfest, having Aun, Saffronkeira, Piano Interrupted, and Sankt Otten. And, of course, there will be the E-Live festival, represented tonight by ViTaL, who are Michael Shipway, Steve Smith, Lamp, and Tylas Cyndrome.


More cool festivals coming up, so this show is filled with lots of their artists. But first, we have some brand new cool stuff: Planet Boelex and his new EP Exist. Then we go for the Raumzeit Festival with Stefan Erbe and his Method. Another sparkling event in Hamburg with Matzumi's Sometimes. Of course, the Electronic Circus represented tonight by Vile Electrodes. And finally the Awakenings all-dayer over in Britain, where you get Andy Pickford, Stefan Erbe, Ideation, and Phobos on tonight's edition.


Boy, what a tiresome week this was. And the warmth put me over the edge. My brain is stuffed with thoughts and what better to use for cleanup than fantastic electronic music that chills? So here it goes, starting with Naming Ghosts. After that, getting some Inspirations by Tastenklang. It will surely be Nice to Meet You, Frame. Right before Adamned.Age gives us a Transit Berlin. Followed by the famous Still Waters, brought deeply to us by Robert Fox. Then we will do a Solar Walk with Realtime. Closing the show with a great Sunset Dream in the Sundown Cafe.


Looking forward to two festivals in late September and early October, which are definitely woth visiting. First, there is the Raumzeit Festival in Dortmund, and we have tracks from three of the artists, namely Erren, Fleißig, Schöttler & Steffen, Nisus, and Moogulator. And then there is the famous Electronic-Circus in Gütersloh, whereof I present music by Michael Rother, Harmonia, Auto-Pilot and Pyramid Peak tonight.


Wow. Where is the week gone? Not that I was very busy, but time flew away like some little storm. Well, now let's reduce speed and enjoy a fine playlist with very calm music. Starting with Lucy Claires excellent track from the Sequence6 compilation. Experiencing Solarization with Janneh. Then having a Dream induced by Acheloo. Going over to Monolith Cylce showing us his Gateway. Followed by a cool track of Piotr Nowotnik from the Indian Spirit compilation. We then visit the Amazonas accompanied by Lomita. And closing up On Brink of Natural Catastrophes as seen by Walter Roos. Have fun.


So this is summer in 2013, about 30C and me sitting in front of the computer, both of us being cooled down by fans. Tonight's show does not contain chilling music, though. May be best to get a nice cool drink for listening. On the roster (ha!) are Sequential Dreams with a double featurette on their Fantastic Stories. Further we have Rewo and his "ceremonial" album Earth Festivities. A nice track from the compilation Atisha by RiZZi. And finally there is the Audio Cologne Project and their album 2911. Enjoy.


After a rather longish break, welcome back to syndae. Some rather chilly show tonight to fight the current warmth at my place, so I hope you don't mind. It starts with A Smaller Place, fresh from the CD press, by Patrick Geren. Then we have two tracks from the compilation Inhala by Nathan Jo and Nulix. And Remy did another collaboration album, this time with My Breath My Music. Followed by the twin album of Inhala named Exhala, with tracks by Eckul and aAirial. Finally, music by Th.e n.d who returned with a brand new album named Annodam 94.


Packed with new and recent stuff, this repdigit episode provides electronica in quite a diversity. Starting with the still steaming Another Day in Future by Vanderson. Followed by a two-tracker from Claus Martin's Going Modular. Then going to Undiscovered Shores with Kuutana. When xenoton takes us In a World of Lights and Glass. Afterwards, a quite surprising track by Martin Neuhold. Right before enjoying the Mystic Dawn with Gert Emmens and Cadenced Haven. The new René Splinter introduces Modern Ruins. And then Voynich shows up with a new fine track of his collection. Concluding the show with the classic Oldambt by Gert Blokzijl.


Being out in the wild, either nature or town, one should always listen to what is around. There may not only be noise, but sometimes there's music within the air. Tonight's artists did listen and so here comes a show packed with all the ambience you need. Starting off with Erik Wøllos EP Celestia. Followed by Supernature by UtopiaXO. We then show some Fangtooth brought to us by Brachial Palsy. And introducing Rasa Dance by ambient master Steve Roach. A new lady on kahvi next, Caroline Jago and her release Spectral Adumbriations. Eventually, S7ven presents A Comforting Thought. And the new album Umbra shows up, which is by Vate. Finally, Radio Free Clear Light is back with Nomina Nuda Tenemus.


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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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