Episode 219

Published: Friday, 31 May 2013

As someone else would say, tonight we have some listening exercises, and it will get a little dirty, so don't forget your gumboots. The show starts light, though, with Premute feat. Limit's End on Nome. Then we noise up with Bnaja and his track from Snowflakes III. Not stopping here, but descending into Hargest Darken's Abschied ist ein schweres Schaf. Afterwards, becoming Compressed by Nukua and learning about Everyon Belongs to Everyone Else by Illusion of Presence. It takes us shortly Kurz-above with Telegraphy, right before we learn from Weldroid and Illl about the Wrath of the Gods.


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Episode 218

Published: Friday, 24 May 2013

We pamper the beats tonight, given some constant rhythmic focus in our tracks but quite varying in speed. This show's sound sometimes gets a bit darker, more melancholic in style than usually. But still, overall, very cool and fitting music. The entrée is made by Fort Fairfield with their brand new album Prenzlauer Berg. More pushing then, with Sankt Otten's soon to come album Die Messias Maschine. Getting a bit lighter with Varier and then being Futurized by Nattefrost. After that, Monsieur Electronique sends us to Tsokati Beach. Right before we enjoy Exoskeletons in Space with Bluetech.

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Episode 217

Published: Friday, 17 May 2013

Some times are just fortunate, and time washes luck ashore ones life. A wonderful thing this is, even more so, if it happens to people close to you. Well, I feel quite lucky, and I hope and think, some of you do so as well. Hence, time for beautiful sounds of heaven. Starting right into it with Acrilic Colors' Ab Origine. And then, we let the Parallel Sun shine on us. Afterwards, Kangaroo MusiQue gives an inspiring moment from Kometenjunge II. Just before Owann enchants us with his beautiful Meadows. Richard Bone then shows Images from a Parallel Word. While Data Rebel presents Illusions of Reality. Very intreaguing at last, we get an Introduction by The Glimmer Room.

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Episode 216

Published: Friday, 10 May 2013

Sometimes, you need a little poke for having the right vision. I got one for compiling tonight's show, thanks to Jörg Erren. Now, to me, this resulted in a really cool set of tracks of not so common but stunning electronic music and I hope you will enjoy them as much as I did. It all starts with the brand new album Protozorq by Weldroid as marvelous entrée. Followed by a look back on Morphogenic by Parallel Worlds and Dave Bessel. Then, new names to syndae, starting with Musica para Khaos, no chaos at all with Otro Viaje con Jacques Cousteau. Some astounding live jam track, thereafter, by NYC-based Rheyne. And finally, Weathered Wall with a portion of Black Blood.

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Episode 215

Published: Friday, 26 April 2013

Walking the traditional line tonight, where I have some nice treats for your sweet tooth. It all begins with some Particles spread by Joost Egelie. Followed by electronic Layers layed out by Tangram. It's not the triad, but Dyad being then gathered by Perge. Afterwards, french Bertrand Loreau takes us for some Nostalgic Steps. With some immediate contrast programme with Maciej Braschiszewski's Beatyficare. We then lend an ear to E-Musikgruppe Lux Ohr showing us their Kometenbahn. And, finally, dive into the Blue together with Broekhuis, Keller, and Schönwälder.

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Episode 214

Published: Friday, 19 April 2013

A night blue blanket just covered the sky over here, and I'm right in the mood for serene music, with beautiful scapes but not too boring. So here come the tracks reflecting the rest I need from a turbulent week. On tonight's show, fantastic music by Altus, Exuviae, Hajo Liese & Alien Nature, John Puchiele Ensemble, Kevin Lyons, Pete Farn, and Sava Marinkovic.

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Episode 213

Published: Friday, 12 April 2013

I'm not sure what makes me go for beats tonight. Maybe, it's spring finally reaching my living space. Could also be that I am just happy and mentally dancing along. Whatsoever, this episode is more into rhythm. And it starts right away with music perfectly describing my state of mind with Method, the brand new album by Stefan Erbe. Immediately followed by some Future Lounge presented by Giuliano Rodrigues. We then get into Mirko Edelmann's Dirty Things. Followed by a little reminder on Bancode Gaia's Apollo. Afterwards, some live recording from Space Wanderers by EugeneKha. And then experiencing the Wrath of the Gods by Weldroid. Tonight's closer come from Wellenfeld and their recently released Pandemie.

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Episode 212

Published: Friday, 05 April 2013

More on the easy going, lightweight music path tonight, having quite a bunch of recent releases on the listening menu. Like the brand new album by Janneh called Transitions. And one of the twosome by Paul Sills, where we hear from White light. In between, a free compilation of Noston's musical works as Pied Piper. Followed by a track from Beyond the Realm of Angels by Steve Orchard. Then the finally finished Cities by Kikai. And finally a classic track from History by Pyramid Peak.

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Episode 211

Published: Friday, 29 March 2013

Tonight it's nearly all about E-Day in one way or the other, and the E still does not mean Easter (ok, bad joke). Btw., E-Day is organized by Groove Unlimited, the label run by Ron Boots and also the one releasing many of the albums on tonight's episode. And it starts with a brand new album, to be released at E-Day. It is named PrimiTiveS and a wonderful collaboration work by Remy and Synth.nl. The following album, still fresh and tasty, is by TM Solver and named Sparkling, also available at E-Day with SynGate. The final three tracks are by artists you can enjoy live a the festival, and all of them deserve it. The first is René Splinter with Singularities, followed by the youngest EM performer ever at E-Day, Synthex. And finally, we have German multi-artist Bernhard Wöstheinrich. Hope to see many of you in Oirschot.

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