Propelling beats

Ever had that feeling, where you need a decent beating? Now, my brain currently needs one and therefore I compiled a nice set of tracks for this edition going for it. Not so that we are going for disco or techno, but some chill and dub is definitly among us. Have a great time with music by Abereiddy Astronomical Society (AAS), Dub Trees (The Cerronnos Dub Rituals), IQbit (Hello Mahadev), Captive Portal (Quickly Close Off), Dope Drops (Blue Moon Market), and Sova Sound Theory (The Beginning).


Pit stop for your mind

Finally the event calendar starts to fill up again, and the electronic season gets on going. Like on one of the coming weekends, where you have a session with Broekhuis, Keller & Schönwälder with guests in Repelen (Germany). Or you would be happily seen in Burton on Trent (Great Britain) at the Awakenings. So, of course we have a teaser for both events but also some more cool music on the playlist tonight, with tracks by Broekhuis, Keller & Schönwälder ft. Raughi Ebert & Thomas Kagermann (Repelen - The Last Tango), Sverre Knut Johansen (Earth From Above), Daniel J. Davis (We are Invisible Now Vol. 2), The Garwin Project (SpaceFlight EP), E-Musikgruppe Lux Ohr (Jenseits der Mauer des Schlafes), and K.Markov (Excerpt One).


Aural delicatessen

Are you hungry for fine electronica or simply in need for your weekly dosis of yummy music? Best to join me for a fresh edition of syndae anyway, serving more than half an hour of listening pleasure with music you can get for free or better support the artists with a price you name. On tonight's menu you will find tracks by Zainetica (Waves), Trans Mitter (Am Ende des Tunnels), Wim (Floating Free), Klangzaun, deep Nature and North Hive (Point: Elbrus), and Mendiak (Above Summits).


Time for a sound wave

So we're having breaking news on gravitational waves? Well, I have news on waves as well. They might not seem gravitational at a glance, but they might lift you up. Does this make them anti-gravitational? Indeed, we have some rather ambient waves which might also cause a different experience in space and time. So, fasten your security belts for not been taken away by the tracks of Dawn Tuesday & Christopher Alvarado (Distant After Midnight), Robert Scott Thompson (Midnight Radio Compilation 56), Lutz Thuns (Natural Cycles), Luna Firma (Falling Towards Atlantis), Fellirium (Point: Elbrus / TEMS Compilation), Eisenlager & Wolfgang Gsell (Light in Dark Constellations).


Perfectly cut

It's just this season in Germany, where thousands of people dress funny and walk the streets, Carnival. And if you don't care or need a change from deafening drinking songs, you are at the right place with tonight's show. And what will you get? Simply wonderful electronic music, like from a pleasant dream or marvellous movie. Enjoy tracks by Sverre Knut Johansen (Earth From Above), Simon Jones (Elements), Sequential Dreams (Lost Dimensions), Chris Huelsbeck (GeoDrop Soundtrack EP), WiGi Project (Midnight Radio Compilation 56), and Vlad Nedelin (Postante).


Steam machines

Let's get some beats on the road tonight, giving the whole machinery a nice drive to move forward. And it's creative commons night as well, so what you hear is what you get for free, or better support with what you like to give. These tracks are live and kicking a lot by Jim Black (Electro Future), Art Project (Point Elbrus / TEMS Sampler), Alic (Last Man Standing EP), Crennwiick (Old Visious Remixes EP), Magikroom (Waves / Sampler), and Mark Meino (Amplitude).


Visiting your thoughts

Another quiet evening at my place, and I am following the peace with some easy going music tonight. Don't mix it up with boring music, though, as it is rather giving you the pleasure of diverse mind movies. So I invite you to join my journey of beautiful aural landscapes with tracks by Forrest Fang (The Sleepwalker's Ocean), Curious Inversions (Waves / Sampler), Arash (Creation), 10 Waves of You (Fields of Venus), Pandacetamol (Natural Causes), and Tomsie Music & Lutz Thuns (Friends of Ambient 10).


It feels like home

Happy New Something, welcome to an increased year counter, and welcome to the first edition of syndae for 2016. After the unusual warm season time, colder weather is announce for this Hemisphere so I will rather stay with warmer and relaxing music for a smooth restart. And we have some really nice new releases on the show as well, quite mixing past, present and future tonight with tracks by Craig Padilla (Heaven Condensed), Steve Roach (Emotions Revealed), Remy (Fears), Rainbow Serpent (Pulse), 4T Thieves (Fulcrum), and Tim Kays (Phenomena).


Soundflights

Happy holidays, everyone. Time for the final show of syndae for 2015. After some harddrive trouble, finally prepared for more great electronic music. And this episode conains a full hour of great material, new and noteworthy, of course. Enjoy the show with tracks by Deep Imagination (Dancing With Ghosts), Michael Allison (Remember the Sultana), Cousin Silas & Kevin Lyons (Interplanetary Blues), Celtic Vedic & GhostLiner (Dakini Mother Tongue), Tetarise (Stop this Moment), Sun of Arqa (All is Not Lost, All is Dub), moonbooter vs. Wellenfeld (Live Münster 2015), The Tower Tree (Transposing), Risssing (Alley), Dimitris Palikaris (Stargate), and TM Solver (Maroc).


Dulcet aesthetics

Quiet please. Come and listen to the illustrious silence presented in colorful sounds. It's time to heal your mental wounds, torn open from the weekly noise of daylife. Immerse into the ambience of tonight's show and get drunk of its sheer beauty. Have a great evening with tracks by Salt of the Sound (Echoes of Wonder), Ivan Black (The Image has Cracked), Fringo Chills (...the First Time), Altus (Komorebi), eisenlager (Not Ambient), and Jan Grünfeld (Music for Plants).


The quiet side of force

Some call this the peaceful time of the year. Unfortunately, for quite a lot of us it is not. Some of us are lucky to live in a quieter region of this world, many not so. Wherever you are, tonight's show may bring you some peace of mind. I believe that music can do that, take some worries and give hope, help one believe that there is beauty in this world, so not all is lost. Have a pacific time with Green Isac Orchestra (Green Isac Orchestra), Steve Orchard (Still the River Flows), Andy Pickford (Vanguard 1), Alien Nature & Stan Dart (Accelerator), Faber (Dark Sun), Robert Scott Thompson (Midnight Radio Compilation 52).


Sonorous terrain

Anyone in the mood for the festive season? I am not, so on this edition of syndae you will get quite some noisemakers, all of them part of the fascinating species of electronic musicians. One never knows, what is behind a new name, until the sound hits your ear and ensnares you. And these are the artists you will get to hear tonight: Dirk Rohde as Xeniaturaba (Midnight Radio Compilation 52), Anders Jørgenson (Greatest Hits), Möbius (Tempus Fugit), AeTopus (When), Betzler & Brückner (Two), and Claudio Casanueva.


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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