Episode 498

Published: Friday, 08 November 2019
A matter of visuality

Humans are a very visual species. Maybe most living beings are, but for humans I can definitely tell. If the current state of a work in progress cannot be shown, if it is not tangible, it seems difficult to explain the progress made in up to this point. On the other hand, when listening to music, one usually starts to create visuals in their mind. So it's not only the aural experience that touches you but the virtual images it produces. Each and every track of this edition did this to me, and the images always were different and contributed to the musical adventure. I think you will experience that as well when listening to Adrian Earnshaw & Benedict Roff-Marsh (Kosmicheskoye Tango), Betrand Loreau (Eternal Sorrows), Andy Pickford (Psymanteum), creeps (one), Kellerkind Berlin (Sun And Snow).


Playlist:

Adrian Earnshaw & Benedict Roff-Marsh - Oceans of Enceladus (Kosmicheskoye Tango)
Betrand Loreau - Flying Machine (Eternal Sorrows)
Andy Pickford - Psymanteum Part 6 (Psymanteum)
creeps - creep5 (one)
Kellerkind Berlin - Zu Besuch Bei Freunden (Sun And Snow)

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Episode 497

Published: Friday, 01 November 2019
When the pumpkin's gone

I hope all your pumpkins are well consumed. It's always interesting to see so many people going crazy. Well, as it is rather goodbyeween now, I refrained from syndae going crazy and present the opposite tonight. So what you will get is harmonic, is melodic, is rather easy going. Thirty minutes of delightful electronic music. But before we go there, one thing to tell you: only few shows to go before syndae goes 500. Maybe you already noticed. Of course, there will be a special edition of the show, so be prepared for something unusual for my one step that leaps the show to half a thousand. What do you think? For how long shall the show stay on? Now, I give you thirty minutes to think about it with wonderful tracks by Myth (Time Away presents: Pearl Diver), Dreamerproject (Beyond Dreams), Claus Jahn & Pat Pik (Some Oxygen Needed), Colin Rayment (Transitional States), Giant Skeletons (Warden of the Humming Skies), NoizeFilter (Floating Conscousness).


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Episode 496

Published: Friday, 25 October 2019
Crystal clear right at the beatch

 What a great vacation. Two weeks of rest and silence. And this time I really had a low time on the internet, which seems to be around me all the time. Really enjoyable are over in Croatia with marvellous weather for this time of the year. So with me being back, syndae is back as well. And I am empowered. Which you will also hear when listening to this edition. So get up on your feet and rock the floor. Or simply put your headphones on, lean back and enjoy this excellent bunch of tracks by Dave Mono (Finally), Element 4 (Bubbles), Parallel Worlds (Sorrow), Nézumi (Ruthless), Lizard (Try / Compilation), Unknown Concept (Enigma).


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Episode 495

Published: Friday, 04 October 2019
Preparing for mind fasting

Back from a fantastic Electronic Circus with great and diverse musical acts like Martin Stürtzer and Schwarz. A new location with much space and lots of nice people made the weekend an event to remember. And the next one is at the horizon with E-Live end of October. I hope to make it to Oirschot, but one never knows. After such an exciting time in Detmold, I am looking for some rest and relaxation. So here comes a rather peaceful edition with also great tracks by Andy Pickford (Psymanteum), Imaginary Landscape (Nothing Left Behind), Frank Makowski (Canon der Finsternisse), André Perim (Side Effects), Static Dreamscapes.


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Episode 494

Published: Friday, 27 September 2019
Don't let the music die

So I am just preparing for a short trip to a small town. Not that small, actually, as it is the biggest in its region. Quite a nice region as well with nice places of interest around. Yeah, right, some of you will have guessed it, I am talking about Detmold. What's so interesting about Detmold? Well, it is the place hosting the excellend Electronic Circus festival for several years now. What better reason to visit a place than experiencing high quality musical acts? And there are more such festivals to come, in the Netherlands and in the UK. Don't hesitate to go, because, suddenly, such an event might get cancelled. Sad greetings over to Belgium where this just happened with B-Wave. Hence, no time to waste but run for the upcoming festivals. Meanwhile, get prepared for fantastic tracks by Quaeschning meets Frick (The Seaside Stage Session), IcingWolf (Sonic Waves), elAstrum (Summer Vacation), Giriu Dvasios (Remixes), Michael Brückner (Astronauts 2 - The Great 1994 Gravity Escape), Croavig (Blastproof).


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Episode 493

Published: Friday, 20 September 2019
Step up for your sound experience

I highly appreciate people committing themselves for a greater good. It does not have to be the big world wide good like a famous schoolgirl running for climate change, although her dedication is admirable and should receive all the support she can. But also doing small things are applaudable, like running a festival for non profit just because you love the music and love to support its fans. The guys from the Electronic Circus are such a lot. And I am very happy they decided to run the event even though it will be difficult to reach the required figures. You will get a tiny impression of their headliner on this show. And in total only new material on tonight's show with tracks by GROBEK (GROBEK 1), Ivan Black (Short Stories and Other Dreams), Quaeschning meets Frick, Steve Roach (Bloom Ascension), Syndromeda (Close to the Core).


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Episode 492

Published: Friday, 06 September 2019
The key to happiness

When I was younger, at the beginning of my electronic music journey, at one time I discovered the music by Suzanne Ciani. It was published by Private Music, where you could also find the music by Yanni. It was both labeled New Age and not electronic music, but their music was simply beautiful to listen to without being corny. Well, yes, I also relished the piano play of Johannes Schmoelling with Tangerine Dream, but this was different. And I still carry the love for the piano sound inside. Tonight will be much of a focus on beauty and melody, and most of the tracks with a piano at its core. So enjoy the music by Janne Hanhisuanto (Anti-Gravity), Fiona Joy Hawkins & Rebecca Daniel (Lightness of Dark), Rick Sparks (Hushabye), Jarred Walker (Becoming Tomorrow), Christoph Berghorn (Let Go), Alejandro Santoyo (Dreams for a Better Tomorrow).


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Episode 491

Published: Friday, 30 August 2019
 On the spicy side of sound

Are you a sweet tooth type? Or the spicy one? Or maybe more on the bitter side? Or, like me, oving the variety of tastes? Some buddies think that I lost my gustative nerves regarding spicyness. Well, I admit that I love hot food. But I definitely know that there are some dishes even I cannot eat. (I especially know about one such dish I had in an Indian restaurant in Ottawa.) But it's not only food, where I love it hot and sweet and bitter. The same holds for my taste in music. And tonight's selection kind of reflects this with tracks having a perfect mix in textures. Simply jump in with me and listen to tracks by Time Away (Alien Paint), meat load (Glitchmania Remixes), weldroid (Regenerative), elAstrum (e-Waves), Faber (Kaleidoscope).


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Episode 490

Published: Friday, 23 August 2019
Every second sounds

A rather quiet week passed by. And I am still into video production. Recently I used some graphic engine to create an animation video, where the camera moves a certain path over computer generated buildings. Actually, I did two of those. The first one took about 70 minutes to render for about 3 minutes video. And the second took more than 3 hours resulting in a 2.5 minutes video. Crazy! As a test, I uploaded the 3 minutes video to Youtube. Well, it took about 4 hours to have the video online. Four hours! Oh, boy. I can see now where all the time goes for producing and publishing some video. I much prefer serving my audio only podcast, which takes about 2 minutes to upload to my server with 30 minutes of fine electronic soundscapes. Like the one you will get tonight featuring Alio Die & Lorenzo Montanà (The Threshold of Beauty), The Glimmer Room (The Locked Book), OVOD (Forest Thoughts), 4T Thieves and Pandacetamol (She Danced on the Sand), The Sleepless (Close to Impossible).


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