Episode 172

Published: Friday, 20 April 2012

New releases are piling up at the moment, and I am very pleased to have quite a bunch of new ambient albums on my playlist tonight. Sometimes it's the quietness making me happy, and tonight we have more than 30 minutes of it. And you get it in a continuous mix as well, which contains marvelous tracks by Alio Die, Apollonious and 33 Tetragammon, Mark Mahony and M. Peck, Seetyca and Etheocles Stevens, Steve Roach, and Yara.


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Maxxess - Uphill (Ultra)
Axess & Maxxess - Impact (Impact)

Episode 171

Published: Friday, 13 April 2012

Looking at my calendar, it's looking really good on the matter of electronic music and concerts. Lots of nice events are blooming in spring, as are the shortly coming E-Day and a very special double concert in May, both in the Netherlands. So more than half of tonight's edition features music of those events' artists, and the remaining time we have nice recent releases from a well known formation and a new one, at least for airing on syndae. On this episode you will get tracks by Fratoroler, MorPheuSz, Picture Palace music, Remy, and Ron Boots.


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Episode 170

Published: Friday, 06 April 2012

Now that moving servers is done, back to fun! Of course, with a fresh edition of syndae, tonight with several brand new releases. It's happy easter time, so here come some really nice tracks, more on the happy and dancy side of the EM. Well, at least I enjoyed putting the show together, so I hope you will join me having joy when listening to the wonderful sounds of Kikai, René Splinter, Tornfly, Uwe Reckzeh, and Weldroid.


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Episode 169

Published: Friday, 23 March 2012

Very often, music says more than words. Tonight, this is the case for syndae, as there will be no moderation. A cold took my voice, and so you will get a continuous mix of tracks of more than 30 minutes. It's a mix of cool new releases as well as some new albums of earlier this year. We start off with a brand new disc by Andreas Baaden named "Slow Down", which will bring us "Above the Coulds of Jupiter". We claim that place "My New Somewhere", which is the following track by Patrick Geren from his brand new album "Slightly Night". Then we let Jakub Fijak bring us back "From the Depths", one of the short but intense tracks of his release "Around the Horizon". And if you experience that view to appear in "Indigo", you are with Sebastien Marchal's "Synesthesia". With a "Lichtspruch" by Stefan Erbe we enter "The Sounds of my Comfort'sone", just to feel the "Shepherd's Wind" from "Grimnir", brought to us by Olga Scotland and Kean Kaerede. Blown away, we make "Contact ith Base" in a "Symetric Dream" by Global Express OSC. And finally find "Das Versteck" in Level Pi's Dunkelstunde. I wish you a great weekend and a pleasant coming week. Take care and enjoy the show.


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Episode 168

Published: Friday, 16 March 2012

Only one week after the great Schallwelle event, here comes a new episode of syndae Podcast. It was really cool in Bochum, and many friends and artists met up in the Planetarium to celebrate artsits and albums of 2011. But back to 2012. We're only one week ahead of the next EM festival: Satzvey Castle by SynGate. Berlin School style music at it's best. And of course I'll give a little teaser in form of tracks, which are by one half of Rainbow Serpent, also known as Der Laborant, and by ebia. But there is more fresh music on this show in form of tracks by MigloJE, Robert Schroeder, Sinestesia, and Tornfly.


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Episode 167

Published: Friday, 09 March 2012

Now, this will be a qite "loud" weekend. It's Schallwelle event time and lots of nice people to meet and greet and celebrate the best of EM. I'm really looking forward to the nice concerts, as well. But afterwards, I will definitely enjoy some silence. And what better to support this than by having really cool ambient music around. So has tonight's episode, featuring brand new albums and upcoming releases from masters of quiet music. Take some time out and be delighted by tracks by Altus, Deaf Center, Janne Hanhisuanto, litmus0001, Rafael Anton Irisarri, The Next Commmuter, We are Creosote, and Winterberg.


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Episode 166

Published: Friday, 02 March 2012

Finally the Northern Hemisphere is walking towards Spring, and we already had temperatures of 10 degrees. Time to do a show that has some light and fresh music. Not only that, we have quite a bunch of new releases to present. And moreover, the next electronic music event is coming up: Satzvey Castle, the event on Berlin School music. Well, I hope you will have fun with tonight's episode, serving tracks by BatteryDead, Grauglanz, moonbooter, Tangram, and Vate.


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Episode 165

Published: Friday, 24 February 2012

Last week, I presented some of the artists nominated for Schallwelle awards. Of course, there are more. And tonight we have some really big names. Concert appearances and releases made them go for the awards, and many followers took the chance to cast their vote. So here we are with tracks by nominated artists and from nominated albums, on tonight's playlist are Eric van der Heijden, Glenn Main Henriksen, Johannes Schmoelling, Loom, Picture Palace music, Ron Boots, and Tangerine Dream.


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Episode 164

Published: Friday, 17 February 2012

The year 2011 was quite a good one wrt. electronic music. Lots of great festivals, concerts and album releases to celebrate. And that's exactly the purpose of the Schallwelle Awards being held in March in Bochum. On tonight's edition, some of the artists nominated will give their reprise. Including the brand new album by F.D.Project and some of the best of last year, like those by Matzumi, Pyramid Peak, Synth.nl, and Uwe Reckzeh.


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