Music can’t cure the thing that’s currently ailing us collectively, but I hope this 90 minutes’ worth at least takes your mind off it for a bit. There are fresh tracks in front, delicious library cuts in the back, and in the middle we’ll stroll through a half hour of contemporary classical offerings from Bruno Sanfilippo. Take care of yourselves, and enjoy.
Start Pascal Schumacher, Sol, Sol
4.56 Huma, Ubicuo, Eva
12.00 William St Hugh, Future Alchemist, Weasels Devour the Sun
14.32 eyes cast down, Aurora, We Once Were Lost
25.10 Ecovillage, New Life (feat. Ludvig Cimbrelius), Arrived
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35.56 Piano Textures 5 VI, Piano Textures 5
40.16 Piano Textures 3 V, Piano Textures 3
46.32 Before Nightfall, The Poet
50.12 Paloma, Pianette
54.07 Piano Texture Found, Lost & Found
1.00.19 It Happens On The Ship, ClarOscuro
1.05.50 Jeff Pearce, Into Spring, In the Season of Fading Light
1.10.03 Ken Elkinson, Small Rain, Music for Commuting Vol 9 &10
1.13.34 Mirko Russo, Craziness, Stories of Mirrors and Broken Roads
1.16.50 Club Alpino, Huldur, Woouldy
1.22.37 DeeperNET, Neptune, One
4 thoughts on “Episode 299”
Totally disagree about the importance of YOUR 300th podcast. Your work is greately appreciated, especially now. Am eagerly awaiting its arrival. Thanks, Mike
Thanks, Mike. It’s all perspective.
Hypnagogue is all the more needed and appreciated during this season of COVID-19. I can’t wait for #300. Warmly, Karl
Thanls, Karl. As for 300, no spoilers, but…it’ll have music.