Episode 477

Published: Friday, 03 May 2019
Stream with steam

Join tonight's stream to pick up some speed compared to last week, still downtempo for your ears with melodic focus. As with many streams, it will still be a changeful ride of high quality music. Not a stream but a good run have Baltes and Erbe with their music. Both will be recording the first take on their new album tomorrow in Hagen. The event is sold out, but there will be more concerts this summer, like in Essen two weeks later for the second recording session. And in July in Bochum, premiering their final takes on the album named A-11. It's always thrilling to be part of this process. So don't hesitate to join, whenever you can. Ok, back to tonight's show, where I am sure you will enjoy your musical flow with tracks by Thomas Lemmer & Christoph Sebastian Pabst (Meerblick), Stefan Erbe (The Sound of Syndae), Time Away & Myth (Anemoi), Ivan Black (Modern Wonders), Otarion (Extensive), Lastelle (Flying over Shanghai).


Playlist:

Thomas Lemmer & Christoph Sebastian Pabst - Kalkfelsenbucht (Meerblick)
Stefan Erbe - GP (The Sound of Syndae)
Time Away & Myth - Circling the Sun (Anemoi)
Ivan Black - Forbidden City (Modern Wonders / Compilation)
Otarion - Wayward (Extensive)
Lastelle - Blue Shanghai Moon (Flying over Shanghai)

Events:

May 18, Baltes & Erbe Tour & Album Pregig2 Essen, ATT
July 20, Baltes & Erbe Premiere of A-11, Planetarium Bochum

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Episode 476

Published: Friday, 26 April 2019
Gaudy quietude

I hope you had a nice time the past weekend and week. Here, school vacation time ends which means that everything will become busier from Monday on: trains, roads, walkways... Before throwing oneself back into the daily busy business tonight's edition will serve as an island of tranquility. It is kind of ambient, but not the most quiet kind. And featuring quite a bunch of melodic elements as well. To me, these 30 minutes serve really impressive and serene music taken from recent and upcoming releases by Tom Eaton (How It Happened), Ian Boddy (Altair), Mathias Grassow & Michael Brückner (Polar Vortex), Jim Ottaway (Beyond the Purple Sun), Janne Hanhisuanto (Serenitas).


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Episode 475

Published: Friday, 19 April 2019
Mellifluous painting

It's easter time. And while I am not sure whether any of you celebrate it for religious reasons, to me, like christmas, it's a more quiet time to spend with the ones you love and care for. So, not too hard tunes tonight, not too seren, therefore I picked tracks to serve you a fine mix to chill and have fun. On tonight's playlist you will find Planet of the Arps (Planet of the Arps), Klangzaun, Audiokonstrukte (Heavy Dub Vol. 4), Haelium (Rising Tides 013), Santah (Tunguska Chillout Grooves Vol. 2), Diskret (Diskret).


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Episode 474

Published: Friday, 12 April 2019
Velvet for bumpy roads

We're in April, and syndae is back on. I've had a bit of a car trouble last week, which made me wonder about Murphy's law on that "things will go wrong in any given situation, if you give them a chance". Well, I constantly give things such chances, and so I had to head over to the car registrations office once more to fix things. Nothing complicated, just a typo, but still. And, surely, counting for double the traveling time paid off as well, as I immediately stranded in heavy traffic. Got in still five minutes ahead of the appointment. Which someone contradicts Murphy's law. Well, so are laws. With all this and other troubles in mind, tonight I will celebrate with music that is easy on you. So have a great time with tracks by Gunnar Spardel (Simplicity in a Complex World), Massergy (Fire Opal), Fiona Joy Hawkins (Signature Deluxe Editon), Auditive Escape (Polychorme), Gary Farr (An Angel on Earth), and Streamline (Touch the Clouds).


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Episode 473

Published: Friday, 29 March 2019
Picture the world from above

So they recently presented a really big drone that is meant to become a flying taxi. Four giant rotors and a wagon below. Drones seem to be quite popular these days, hovering in the air with a camera attached to record videos or take photos. Or for current thriller movies as surveillance and weapon systems. Well, back to the taxi thingy, the drawback of this drone was that it couldn't actually fly. And the presenters said that it didn't matter. Well, I wonder what else matters for a drone if it is not flying? But maybe the music of tonight's edition will make you fly or at least lift off. It comes with fabuloues tracks by Baaden & Cremer (Aufbruch), Schiller (Morgenstund), Ebia (Transmission), Colin Rayment (FRB), and Computerchemist (Volcan Dreams).


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Episode 472

Published: Friday, 22 March 2019
Place for your self

There are quite some interesting topics in European politics, be it whether or how or not Great Britain leaves the EU, about young people going on the streets for better climate treatment, and about changes in copyright regulations. All quite heavy topics and sometimes it feels overwhelming to try to follow all the pro and contra and propaganda that tries to worsen the situation for common poeple. If you need a short rest to center yourself, tonight's tracks might help. It's a nice and chilly playlist with Time Away (Modern Wonders / Compilation), Stefan Erbe (Reflect+), Schiller (Morgenstund), Zoungla (There Will Be Dub), Biodiode (Cosmic Voyager Vol. 1), Advanced Suite (Cosmic Duality / Compilation).


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Episode 471

Published: Friday, 15 March 2019
Where foot meets floor

Since about two weeks the weather is quite pounding in my area, accompanied by quite some rain. Additionally, our dihswasher is doing a constant rhythm one could dance to. Clearly, two forcing signs to have some more beats on the show. And here we go with danceable tracks that may as well be played in a disco or party. It's been a while to visit these more popular region of electronic music, but nevertheless a very interesting one when listening to the details. Have some time off and enjoy the tracks by RCDO (Dawnlights), Lampé (Between the Worlds), Hardcore Buddhist (Altered Perceptions Vol. 1), Sebon (Featuring the Advocates), Fluffy Inside (Fluffy Inside), Kalumet (Kahnua).


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Episode 470

Published: Friday, 08 March 2019
Silence to be heard

And here I have a new ambient edition! Very interesting new artists on this one, again, serving various flavours of this musical genre. Interesting enough that it somewhat started out as environmental music (actually called "furniture music" in its very early days). And despite many rumors, it's not only meant to run in the background but may be listened to consciously. Well, in the end it's up to you whether you like to have it accompany you or take your full attention. Have your choice with the tracks by Luis Mielich (Koyomi Outtakes), Carbon Entity (Within the Cosmic Void), Forrest Fang (The Fata Morgana Dream), Julien Ross (Retrospective), and Troy Ramos (Sound Space).


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Episode 469

Published: Friday, 01 March 2019
With warmest strains

Well, I think this was the warmest end of February week I've ever had in my life. I know, it may be ludicrus for southern hemisphere people, but 21C is not normal for this time of year where I live. And even hotter is the music that comes in these days. Excellent and outstanding electronic music being published, some of which is on tonight's show. And this is kind of the best thing in my view running this podcast: getting to hear this great music and being able to share it with you. Well, before I babble to much, better to tune into the show and listen to the fantastic tracks by d'Voxx (Télégraphe), Stefan Erbe (Reflect+), Soundstrokes (Soundstrokes), Harald Nies (Fractal), Pan Electric (Step Out), and Kevin Keller (Ice Worlds).


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