Episode 437

Published: Friday, 15 June 2018
Soccer and rocker free space

While there is a ball sports hype everywhere on TV these days, this show is guaranteed to be free of it. Nevertheless, it provides a thrilling 30 minutes play. Brand new releases are up for this edition, sounds not to be missed. Where I had some sounds I could not miss lately, as well, coming from a parade of Harley Davidsons having a festival near where I stayed recently. An almost neverending crackling of these heavy machines passing by the only main road of the village. Amazing what sounds seem to please bikers and audience as well. And I definitely prefer the sounds provided by Escape Into (The Mirror), Klangwelt (The Incident), Uwe Reckzeh (Surreal Dreams), VoLt (E-Scape 2018), F.D.Project (E-Scape 2018).


Playlist:

Escape Into - Purpose (The Mirror)
Klangwelt - Aftermath (The Incident)
Uwe Reckzeh - Hydrothermal Springs (Excerpt) (Surreal Dreams)
VoLt - Circadian Cycle (E-Scape 2018)
F.D.Project - Deep Dream (E-Scape 2018)

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Episode 436

Published: Friday, 01 June 2018
Slow in motion

What a crazy week we had. Somewhat temperaturs like summer, so I wet my shirts instantly. A visit to the dentist, and some painful two following days having "fun with my teeth". Of course, it happened on a public holiday, painkillers to the rescue. So forgive me when I chose rather easy going tracks for tonights show, giving some rest. Now, tomorrow on Saturday is E-Scape 2018. Some of you will be able to attend, some might not. Please, think of getting a VT for the event to support the great artists and to receive cool live recordings from that day. However your weekend goes, have a wonderful half hour time with this edition and tracks by Sverre Knut Johansen with David Helpling (The Vast Expanse), David Wright & DJ Mass (Walking with Ghosts EP), Synth.NL (Schallwelle - Die Besten aus 10 Jahren), Redox (Binary Forecast), Jim Ottaway (Yesterday Passing), mypan (perpetuum musica momentum).


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Episode 435

Published: Friday, 25 May 2018
Mind protection regulation

This week marked thee sprint to the finish regarding the General Data Protection Regulation. Quite a fuss on most websites. I barely got as many mails as these past days, for updating the privacy policy or asking for re-confirmation to send mails and newsletters. And exactly todday marks the spot where the new European GDPR is set active. Well, I had to do some work on my own, finding out about some newsletter system needing an update to conform to GDPR. And finally it's kind of done. I'm curious what comes next. But for tonight, I need serenity, especially with respect to music. So quiet but still wonderful tracks on the show tonight, composed by Fringo Chills (...in the nature), Sevensy (Finally Infinite), Simon Wilkinson (Stateless), Steve Roach (Molecules of Motion), Kevin Lyons (Organised Vibrations).


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Episode 434

Published: Friday, 18 May 2018
Keys to aural happiness

Back from a weekend family trip, I am up for a new edition of electronic music. And I hope you are, too. Quite some events coming up, so more pointers to where to go for fine live electronics on this show. If you are taking a trip or two, hopefully you have good weather on the way. I did not, and it's definitely no fun riding the highway with rain dropping your sight to about 50 metres. And if it does not work out, some of the events offer virtual tickets as well, so you can even go without going and "be there" even you cannot make it. Ok, I'm off for a longer weekend to catch up on sleep. But surely always listening to great music, like given to us on this editon by Saafi Brothers (The Quality of Being One Remixes Part 2), Code Indigo (Take the Money and Run), Ron Boots, Frank Dorittke & Harold van der Heijden (Derby!), Pyramid Peak (Anatomy), Ray Garrido (Spirare / Compilation).


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Episode 433

Published: Friday, 04 May 2018
Adventures in sound

So it is done. The first phase of creating the syndae CD is finished, all submissions registered and send out to the jury. Thanks so much to all who participated in the call! Well, now the artists' works are done, the jury and I are up next. Preparations are on-going. And while an exciting part of the process is done, and the next one is up, I need some music to ease my heart and soul and mind. There's plenty of new stuff on my playlist, but also some events that are afoot. Have a joyful evening with tracks by Erik Wøllo (Threshold Point), Kuba (Animalia), John Kerr & Ron Boots (Juxtaposition Live), Captive Portal (What is?), Bob Holroyd (The Cage).


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Episode 432

Published: Friday, 27 April 2018
High voltage

It's just one weekend and the deadline of the call for tracks for the syndae CD is about to close. I can say I am quite excited about putting together an album, and I already have fabulous tracks on my drive to be selected from. Thankfully, it's not me who has to decide which ones to take. I am sorry for any of the tracks not to make it. So, currently I am thinking about the packaging of the album and its design. And actually the name. Any suggestions on how such a compilation should be named? Difficult decision. Well, fortunately I have quite some fresh music to listen to, while running my neurons hot. Excellent releases, I might add, and you will get fresh music by ['ramp] (No Sleep 'til Wilmersdorf), EFSS (Tidal Shift), K.Markov (Excerpt Two), Otarion (Under Surface), Akikaze (Blue Sky Events).


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Episode 431

Published: Friday, 20 April 2018
Fetch your green light

Two weeks ago we still had snow, now it's quite over 30C at our place. Definitely a time to slow down and have the music at a not too high pace. And we are visiting the earlier era of electronic music, at least in style and feeling, as the music of course is young and recently released. While you will have a relaxed time with syndae, it is still very intense and thrilling to listen to. Well, nature greens up and blinds go down for the sun. Best time to lean back and listen carefully to tracks by TaboTago (Kymatica), Loomeer (Anesthetic 9-16), Michael Hodges (Explorations), Yves Potin (Life - Unfolding), TFSL (III).


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Episode 430

Published: Friday, 13 April 2018
Horribly good sounds

Do you believe in superstition? Black cats crossing, lucky pennies (or the equivalent in your local currency), knocking on wood ... I guess the list is endless, and different between countries as well. Now, today is Friday the 13th, which is considered bad luck in the Western world. There is actually a word for it: "Paraskevidekatriaphobia". At least they do such words in non-german languages, too. But anyway, It's called superstition, because its considerred an irrational belief. Well, who knows. Not at all bad, but maybe a bit darker, comes tonights edition of syndae. I hope you enjoy the tracks nonetheless, which are by Blinky Blinky Computerband (Collide), Depeche Mode (Spirit Deluxe), Nick R 61 (Spirare / Compilation), Level -1 (Mother Brain), One Dub Connection (Digital Family Vol. 7 / Compilation), Listening Satellites (Everything is a Glitch).


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Episode 429

Published: Friday, 06 April 2018
Sounds like stardust

Space, the final frontier. When thinking about drifting through the vast emptiness -imagine there only is about 4E-21 percent of matter in the universe- it's mostly some languorous or serene sound that comes to mind with respect to music. At least to me. Although there is the genre of space music, which, well, yes, does somehow fit to travelling through space, but it's not my first thought. So, when thinking of space in general, and this does not have to be outer space, it could simply be a large plain, some field, usually a peaceful and serene sight, it's either something majestic or ambient reflecting my impressions. And ambient it is for tonight's edition. The one time, where 30 minutes seem quite short for a show. And thus, there are only three tracks on tonight, composed by The Long Light (Hiraeth), Jeff Greinke (Before Sunrise), and Jaja (Music For Space Observation).


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