Start Tim Linghaus, Travel Sketches (Lost In A Bus And Architecture), Vhoir
5.40 Max Ananyev, Moonmad, Communication
11.10 Sverre Knut Johansen, Contact, Contact
15.23 Jari Pitkanen, Kaupungissa Kaikki Ei Ole Niin Hyvin (All Is Not Well In The City), Korppi (The Raven)
20.37 Daigo Hanada, And This Is How It Ends, Ichiru
24.40 Lena Natalia, Waiting At the Gate, Second Youth
28.08 Mythos, From Calcutta to Hong Kong, Around the World in 80 Minutes
36.34 Adam Werner, The Impending Death Of The Virgin Spirit, Deep
46.52 dreamSTATE, Captive, Passage
53.10 Conni St. Pierre, Leaf Shadowing, Forest Spirits
57.48 Tom DePlonty, Cold Spot, Corridor
1.03.26 Robert Carty, Skyscape, Ecoroots
1.11.53 Yellow 6 & David Newlyn, Spiral Vaults, O.S.
1.22.49 NeuHuman, Get Out Alive!, NeuHuman
There’s been so much great music coming in lately. While it’s going to take forever for me to get around to reviewing it all over at Hypnagogue Reviews, at least we’ve got this dandy little podcast so I can share a lot of it with you. Dig in.
Pardon the delay in getting this one out. If you follow me on Facebook, you may know that I got sidelined with a back issue that literally prevented me from sitting (or standing) for more than 30 seconds at a time. I spent most of January and all of February in bed. With this episode, I should be back on track to get you your biweekly dose of the best in ambient, electronic, and contemporary instrumental. On to the music. It’s review queue goods for the first half-hour, then we pull the blinds and head into some sweet dark stuff.
I’ll be sitting quietly in the corner for this one. We’ll open with some mellow tunes from the review queue, ending in laid-back tribal surroundings. At the 34-minute mark it’s into the library for a stretch that takes a turn toward Berlin, if ya know what I mean.
It’s time to go back to splitting the show between music from the review queue and music from the library. The first set is a bit shorter than usual, but loaded with great sounds. The second set will help you get your groove on.
For the first show of 2017, I decided to keep things on the calm side. After the emotional roller coaster that was 2016, I think we could all use it. The beginning of this flow got its start, like so many before, when the library shuffle served up the lovely first track from Anima. See you in 90 minutes.