Episode 505

Published: Friday, 10 January 2020
Loving it spicy

Tonight we have an interesting mixed style episode. Actually this is edition is fourth the year with its number of 505. So, if you are into numbers, here you go. The music on this show is not so mathematically focused, but surely kind of is, because it is electronic music in its best. And while I am sitting here enjoying the very mild winter we have so far, I definitely enjoy the tracks on this show making the air and myself vibrating. Of course, accompanied by the fitting images in my head, implied by the music of Point (Human Music), Darshan Ambient (A Day Like Any Other), Andy Pickford (Aphelion), MVar (Falling), Beukotreug (Cosmic Spring), and Klangzaun.

P.S.: By the time, this show was recorded, I did not know about the condition of Michael Allison (Darshan Ambient). Today and with great sadness, I got aware of him passing away. My sincere condolences to his family and friends.


Point - Boom (Human Music)
Darshan Ambient - City of the Seven Hymns (A Day Like Any Other)
Andy Pickford - Aphelion Part 8 (Aphelion)
MVar - When the Lights Fade (Falling)
Beukotreug - Hydra (Cosmic Spring)
Klangzaun - Green White (./.)



Episode 504

Published: Friday, 03 January 2020
Mery-Go-Round celebration

Welcome to the next decade in the two thousand's. It was a smooth and non-exciting time for me, well, mostly. Tonight marks the lift-off for more editions with fine electronic music on syndae. So, again, welcome! And I am sure there are some really exciting things in the making for 2020, some of which can already be heard on this edition. Now, technically, there is no reason for celebrating a new year. Earth just did another turn around our beloved star named sun. But it is like birthdays, a memorable loop of time for us humans. Let's hope for the best and such is the selection for tonight's edition with tracks by Eleon (Cerulean), MegaHast3r (Memories of an Old Man), Niteffect (Nip In The Bud), Fortadelis (Exposure), Cornel Hecht (Ranger Things), and Jabber (Shepherd Drift).

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Episode 503

Published: Friday, 20 December 2019
The many faces of the one

Oh, well, it's that time of the year again, when people get crazy, panically running around and looking for things to put in boxes. For hard core fans of syndae I do have a little surprise this time: The Dawn of Syndae is available as download album since today. It is an album having only one track: the title music of syndae. Well, except for one track, you will get to hear on the show tonight. Ok, that's about it for written self-advertisement. More than that you will find fantastic peaceful music fitting this special season. You could actually play this in family settings, if it weren't for me talking so much. But, hey, one cannot have it all. Howsoever, have a joyful 30 minutes with excellent tracks by Forrest Fang (Ancient Machines), Harald Nies (The Circle), Robert Scott Thompson (Green Flash and the Dryline Chaser), Three Fields (Undefined), moonbooter (Both Sides of the Moon). Oh, and the last one by myself.

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Episode 502

Published: Friday, 13 December 2019
Taking off some darkness

Living in the northern hemisphere this time around is not the most uplifting thing. It's quite dark throughout the day, not really helping regarding one's mood. Many people put some light in their garden or windows, which might help a bit. At least it looks nice and provides a visual warmth. And then there always is music to help out. For tonight, I picked some tracks more in the area of chill-out, and while some seem darker with respect to the title, they all have a positive vibe on them. So take a seat, tighten your headphones and enjoy the music by moonbooter (Both Sides of the Moon), Astral Robot (Zero Point Fluctuation), Time Away & Myth (Interception), 4T Thieves (Hauntology), Yunas Orchestra (Manhattan's Dream), and Mick Chillage (Perfect Projection / The River).

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Episode 501

Published: Friday, 06 December 2019
Food for your peaceful soul

So now we are over the hurdle of 500 episodes, going on with exciting fresh music starting into the second half of the millenium. And we start with easy, serene sounds quite fitting into the upcoming season. In the northern hemisphere, it also is the darkest time of the year. Fair enough to celebrate oneself and one's family all along and cheer up for the time to come. On this edition you will find wonderful tracks by Don Latarski (Frozen Moments), David Helpling (Rune), David Wright (Dissimilar Views 2 Remastered), jarguna and Friends (Trapped Vol. 3), Michael Brückner (The Undercurrent), and Static Dreamscapes (Manaslu).

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Episode 500 part 2

Published: Friday, 29 November 2019
Walking 500 more

Last week, my syndae movie edition was released celebrating issue 500 of my podcast. Thanks so far for anyone viewing in! This week, the movie is still the hot topic for the show, and for those of you prefering audio only, here you will get the second part of the 500.

The artists being featured on this edition are:
On part 1: Ron Boots, Broekhuis, Keller & Schönwälder, VoLt, and Fanger & Schönwälder.
On part 2: Brainwork, Filter-Kaffee, and moonbooter.

The viewer takes it all at

For details on the movie, see The 500 Movie Edition page.

Audio only (part 2):

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Episode 500 part 1

Published: Friday, 22 November 2019
Walking 500 files

It was summer 2008 when I started publishing syndae. I never thought it to become such a long running hobby of mine. And tonight, I am happy to present episode 500! Which moreover comes as a vidcast to be seen via syndae's new Youtube channel, created solely for this occasion. It features about 76 minutes of original music, brought to you in form of an old school moderated music show. So if you want to have some visual fun as well, visit the link below to see the show. And for you dear listeners, I also provide the show as audio only version. As of its length, I had to split the show in two parts, first of which is presented tonight. The second to follow next week.

The artists being featured on this edition are:
On part 1: Ron Boots, Broekhuis, Keller & Schönwälder, VoLt, and Fanger & Schönwälder.
On part 2: Brainwork, Filter-Kaffee, and moonbooter.

The viewer takes it all at

For details on the movie, see The 500 Movie Edition page.

Audio only (part 1):

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Episode 499

Published: Friday, 15 November 2019
The sound path taken

Do you sometimes think back about roads not taken, because they seemed uncertain or dangerous? I do. It's always an easy way to be angry about a potential decision that might have led to a better situation in life. Truth is, you do not know and never will. Any decision made, any road taken most probably would only have gotten you in a different kind of trouble. This happens to tiny things, like being in the wrong queue at a shopping mall or ending up in heavy traffic because of taking a short cut. Well, sometimes risk pays out, sometimes it does not. That's life. And what does this have to do with tonight's show? Most probably nothing. It might reflect the tracks I chose, which make an edition unique. It might be the sound an artist has selected for his track. Regardless, what one is struggling with, best to simply enjoy whatever little fun you can get. Like the wonderful tracks of this show, which are by Pandacetamol (Driftwood), V (23.56.04), Eisenlager (@work), Vulpes (Beat Battle Royale / Compilation), Hydro Fyter (Rust), The Oracle Model (Eventide Tears).

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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).

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