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#3 I Have Got Some People Waiting For Me. Aziz’s life has been a story of chance – and choice. As Michael pieces together Aziz’s journey from Sudan to Manus, he realises Aziz has been searching for a safe place for about eight years. So what gives him the ability, and the energy, to speak out? How has Aziz fought for so long, and what makes him want to be ‘the messenger’? ‘I’m pretending like I’m really happy, and laugh, and you know, smiling on the phones and doing stuff like that – so they feel like, “Oh, my son is really living in a good environment”. So they think like that, but the opposite is the truth.’ Aziz Aziz tells Michael, ‘I have got some people ...waiting for me. They love me, they want me to be with them.’ Haltingly, and sometimes with great difficulty, Aziz starts to share stories about his home, the family that he longs to see, and why he fled. Looking to find out more, Michael speaks to Sudan expert Anne Bartlett about the current situation there. As Aziz shares snapshots from his past, Anne talks Michael through the conflict in Sudan, which, despite leaving the headlines long ago, continues to unfold. Michael worries that he’s adding to Aziz’s trauma by digging up painful memories – ever aware of how hard it is to have these kinds of conversations in short, overlapping messages, without the benefit of reading someone’s signals face to face. Meanwhile, Aziz weighs up how much to tell his family about Manus, and explains to Michael why he’s sometimes tortured by regret. Warning: This episode of The Messenger includes graphic content and mentions self-harm. If you or someone you know needs help, you can contact one of Australia’s national 24/7 crisis services such as Lifeline on 13 11 14 or at lifeline.org.au, or the Suicide Call Back Service on 1300 659 467. Transcript Download a PDF transcript of this episode here. In this episode Abdul Aziz Muhamat Michael Green Associate Professor Anne Bartlett, University of New South Wales, President of the Sudan Studies Association Our theme music was composed by Raya Slavin. Music used in this episode includes: 'Blue Milk' by Stereolab, 'Up the Box' by Andy Stott, 'Feld' by To Rococo Rot, 'Firefly' and 'Four-Day Interval' by Tortoise, 'Cutting Branches for a Temporary Shelter' by Penguin Cafe Orchestra, 'Ending' by Kazumasa Hashimoto, 'Remedios the Beauty' by Oren Ambarchi, 'Lazyboat' and 'Vostok' by Triosk, 'Passages' by Bowery Electric, 'Self Seal Mishap' by Tennis and 'Ba Ba' by Sigur Rós. More information The Messenger is a co-production of Behind the Wire and the Wheeler Centre. It’s produced by Michael Green, André Dao, Hannah Reich and Bec Fary, with Jon Tjhia and Sophie Black at the Wheeler Centre.Narration by Michael Green. With reporting by Abdul Aziz Muhamat. Additional fact checking by the Guardian's Ben Doherty; transcription by Claire McGregor, Victoria Grey, Camilla Chapman, Lena Lettau and many more. This episode was edited and mixed by Bec Fary and Jon Tjhia. Thank you Dana Affleck, Angelica Neville and Sienna Merope. Also to Cameron Ford and Heidi Pett, and to Behind the Wire’s many participants and volunteers. Behind the Wire is supported by the Bertha Foundation.
#107: The Scariest Navy SEAL I've Ever Met...And What He Taught Me. Jocko Willink (@jockowillink) is one of the scariest human beings imaginable. He is a lean 230 pounds. He is a Brazilian jiu-jitsu expert who used to tap out 20 Navy SEALs per workout. He is a legend in the Special Operations world. His eyes look through you more than at you. He rarely does interviews, if ever. But a few weeks ago, Jocko ended up staying at my house and we had a caffeinated mind meld. Here's some background... Jocko enlisted in the Navy after high school and spent 20 years in the SEAL Teams, first as an enlisted SEAL operator and then as a SEAL officer. During his second tour in Iraq, he led SEAL Task Unit Bruiser in the Battle of Ramadi--some of the toughest and sustained combat in the SEAL Teams since Vietnam. Under his leadership, Task Unit Bruiser became the most highly decorated Special Operations Unit of the entire war in Iraq and helped bring stability to Ramadi. Jocko was awarded the Bronze Star and a Silver Star. Upon returning to the United States, Jocko served as the Officer-in-Charge of training for all West Coast SEAL Teams, designing and implementing some of the most challenging and realistic combat training in the world. So why is Jocko opening up? Well, in part, we have mutual friends. Second, he is the co-author of an incredible new book — Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win -- which I've been loving. Trust me. Buy it. This is his first mainstream interview and one you won't want to miss. Show notes and links for this episode can be found at www.fourhourworkweek.com/podcast. This podcast is brought to you by Wealthfront. Wealthfront is a massively disruptive (in a good way) set-it-and-forget-it investing service, led by technologists from places like Apple and world-famous investors. It has exploded in popularity in the last 2 years, and now has more than $2.5B under management. In fact, some of my good investor friends in Silicon Valley have millions of their own money in Wealthfront. Why? Because you can get services previously limited to the ultra-wealthy and only pay pennies on the dollar for them, and it’s all through smarter software instead of retail locations and bloated sales teams Check out wealthfront.com/tim, take their risk assessment quiz, which only takes 2-5 minutes, and they’ll show you—for free–exactly the portfolio they’d put you in. If you want to just take their advice and do it yourself, you can. Or, as I would, you can set it and forget it. Well worth a few minutes: wealthfront.com/tim. Mandatory disclaimer: Wealthfront Inc. is an SEC registered Investment Advisor. Investing in securities involves risks, and there is the possibility of losing money. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Please visit Wealthfront dot com to read their full disclosure. This podcast is also brought to you by 99Designs, the world’s largest marketplace of graphic designers. Did you know I used 99Designs to rapid prototype the cover for The 4-Hour Body? Here are some of the impressive results. Click this link and get a free $99 upgrade. Give it a test run...
I've Had Better. [Contains mature themes] He reached out because a year after the discovery of his affair, they aren’t fighting anymore, but they certainly haven’t moved on. Esther guides them towards a more honest conversation, and a revelation about their communication.
01: John Gottman - How to Be a Master of Relationship. Welcome! My guest today is Dr. John Gottman, one of the world's leading experts on how to have an amazing relationship. He and his wife Julie currently operate The Gottman Institute in Seattle, offering numerous resources and training. Join us for a deep dive into their work! Dr. Gottman’s findings are largely based on the conclusions he has made over many years of research and observations of couples. He and his team have how to be a master (and avoid being a disaster) at relationship. Dr. Gottman discusses the following topics: “The Sound Relationship House” - what is the foundation for a relationship that lasts? Learn the importance of having high expectations in relationship, and also uncover ways in which what you'd *think* would be good for your relationship is actually counterproductive. Dr. Gottman identifies Styles of Confronting Conflict: Volatile, Validating, and Conflict-Avoiding. All of these conflict styles can lead to successful relationships. Learn what to do if you and your partner are mismatched in your conflict style. Dr. Gottman discusses “bids” we make with our partner as an attempt to connect. Are you a "yes" to your partner's bids? Are they a yes to yours? “Bids” that fail are often the beginnings of conflict. How do things change if you start paying attention and responding to your partner's bids in a positive way? Mindfulness is the key to noticing these bids and avoiding conflict. “Small Things Often” - a reminder to turn toward these bids in the small moments of life. Dr. Gottman's concept of startup is a way of thinking about what you bring to your interactions with your partner. Do you start in a place that's already positive, and thinking highly of your partner? Or do you start in a place where you are suspecting the worst of your partner? Build up your emotional bank account with small compliments (deposits). According to John, there are three phases of any relationship: Falling in Love (initial), Building Trust (middle), and Cherishing Your Partner (long-term intimacy). What phase are you in? The key to success is using strategies that are appropriate for where you are in your relationship. The key to more sex is having the freedom to say "no" without being punished for it. If refusing sex can actually have a positive payoff, then it will actually lead to a couple having a more satisfying (and frequent) sex life. Do you ever wonder how to make a good relationship GREAT? Focus on cherishing your partner. What if YOU are the only partner who wants to make changes? Can you make a difference? Absolutely. Learn how shifts in your approach can have a profound affect on your relationship. The key to success in a relationship isn't that nothing bad ever happens. It's how well you as a couple learn how to repair after those things occur. John discusses how you can learn to repair, and the positive effects that has on long-term relationships. Do you know how to decide if you’re in a bad relationship? When you're with your partner, are you at your best? Or are you veering off towards your worst? Gottman offers this simple guideline for how to know whether to stay or go. Also what to think about BEFORE you decide that you're on the wrong path. Join us for these topics and more. Dr. Gottman has practical information that can improve your relationship TODAY! Links and Resources: What Makes Love Last: How to Build Trust and Avoid Betrayal by Dr. John Gottman The Gottman Institute, Seattle www.gottman.com www.neilsattin.com/gottman (visit to download a .pdf of this episode guide along with John Gottman's "Dreams in Conflict" exercise to help couples who seem to have irreconcilable differences. You can also text “PASSION” to 33444 for instructions on how to download the guide. If you download the guide within the first week of this show's airing, you will also qualify for a chance to win a free signed copy of Dr. Gottman’s book "What Makes Love Last".) The Relationship Alive Community on Facebook Amazing intro/outro music provided courtesy of: The Railsplitters - Check them Out!
Rank #1: Komputer Cast - Vol. 8. Vintage synth-funk for the modern nostalgic individual.
Rank #2: Komputer Cast - Vol. 6. Vintage synth-funk for the modern nostalgic individual.
Rank #1: #056: Wax Treatment Podcast. mixed by Akanbi
Rank #2: #055: Wax Treatment Podcast. mixed by DJ Pete
Rank #1: isolatedmix 91 - RichEars & Leandro Fresco - Dream Collar. It’s been ten episodes since our regular Balearic-sunset-conjurer RichEars graced the isolatedmix series (isolatedmix 81) but a whole five-years since Leandro Fresco stepped up with his second mix (with isolatedmix 47). RichEars is a welcome regular at this time of year (we always get an itch for some Balearic vibes around this time). Whilst Leandro has been busy curating his own weekly series of gems on Frisky Radio, spending each week digging around some of the finest ambient music. The two are therefore a natural pair to lay down a 2-hour journey and come together as one from across the globe for isolatedmix 91. With Leandro following the lead of RichEars’ first hour, the two flow through classic artists and many memorable moments, creating a timeless mix that’s fitting for watching the world go by, or an extended chill session. RichEars, in his own style, sets the tone, keeping things eclectic and lively, moving between well-known artists such as Global Communication, HIA and Vangelis, amongst quirkier samples and soundtracks, Then Leandro continues down the rabbit-hole, taking a slightly more modern approach, with a heavily German and Kompakt-related textured twist, including Bochum Welt, Michael Mayer, Closer Musik and Arovane.DownloadTracklistHour 1 (RichEars)01. William Orbit - The Mighty Limpopo02. Disastrato - Give Up03. Global Communication - 14:31 (Reload Remix)04. Cult Of Youth - Gymnoso05. Calm - Light Years06. The Higher Intelligence Agency - Speedlearn (The Irresistible Force rmx)07. A Guy Called Gerald - Emotions Electric08. The Superfools - Little_Fluffy_Clouds_Scavenger_Mix09. Vangelis - Blush Response (UNKLE Sounds Edit)10. Chicane - Low Sun11. Leggo Beast - The New Deal12. Harrison & Daicz - Una Luz Tan Brillante 213. The Orb - Montagne d'Or (Der gute Berg)14. Penguin Cafe Orchestra - The Sound Of Someone You Love Who's Going AwayAnd It Doesn't Matter15. David Sylvian - Words With The ShamanHour 2 (Leandro Fresco)16. Bochum Welt - Laurel Canyon17. Negativland - Michael Jackson18. Melorman - Wait19. The Orb - Back Side Of The Moon20. Michael Mayer - Baumhaus21. Leandro Fresco - Verano Sin Fin22. Gas - Rausch 123. Dirk Leyers - Daydreamer24. Yui Onodera - Cromo 225. Gustavo Lamas - Mañana26. Thore Pfeiffer - Tarragon27. Leandro Fresco & Rafael Anton Irisarri - Un Horizonte En Llamas28. Closer Musik - 1,2,3 No Gravity (Dettinger Mix)29. Arovane - Seaside30. HTDC - The Sky Is Black~Rich-Ears | Mixcloud | Facebook | Instagram | TwitterLeandro Fresco | Frisky Radio | isolatedmix 24 | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram
Rank #2: isolatedmix 90 - Hotel Neon. After the last brilliant, eclectic and proggy isolatedmix by Steve Moore, we’ve secretly been longing for a deeper more serene story to bring our senses full circle. With releases on introspective labels such as Archives, and Fluid Audio the next mix, comes from Michael Tasselmyer, Andrew Tasselmyer, and Steven Kemner, known to many of us as Hotel Neon. The Philadelphia based trio’s sound has previously been expertly described as, “at once epic and incredibly intimate”; “as icy as it is graceful"; and “enveloping atmosphere and sonic density”, but I would try and simplify (or complicate) it as sitting at the crossroads of a spectrum of ambient styles we admire. Coincidentally, given the number of band members, a Venn Diagram of Hotel Neon would likely see them exist within the sweet spot of classical/soundtrack, drone and more tactfully styled field recordings. Their combination of the three create deep churning and bellowing auras to get truly lost within. Vanishing Forms by Hotel NeonThe desired effect is as much lean-in, as it is to observe or wander amongst, with intricacies that only become apparent in certain situations, or instruments that take several listens to identify. They’ve become an apt soundtrack for deep sleep, and have an observable tangible approach well-deserved of live performances within more epic spaces such cathedrals. But as their name may suggest, and as the theme of the mix is revealed, Hotel Neon’s music comes into its own when you’re caught wandering at night - in what we like to imagine - is your own, strangely isolated place… “Will Long’s (Celer) recent new album really blew us away, and we got to thinking about the imagery that a track title like “Rains lit by neon” can stir up: late-night ruminations in a quiet hotel room, high above streets full of strangers lit by neon. Obviously, we can connect to the “neon” aspect...but in all seriousness, there’s something undeniably compelling about the effect of a lonely nocturnal setting on one’s state of mind, and the depth of introspection it can generate. These are tracks with wistful, mysterious, and provocative character to facilitate one’s nighttime reminiscing. - Andrew (Hotel Neon)” Hotel Neon are currently busy preparing for an EU/UK tour alongside masters of the art, Marcus Fischer and Simon Scott this September (see here) and preparing a charity compilation album in collaboration with Robert Macfarlane called "Place Language." The compilation features 29 artists from around the world including Hammock, Taylor Deupree, Lawrence English and many more. Set to be released through Fluid Audio in September, the compilation will be available in a custom letter-pressed booklet, and all profits will benefit the War Child charity to provide aid to children displaced by war and conflict.DownloadTracklist:01. ana roxanne - “Nocturne” (~~~) Buy on Bandcamp 02. Benoît Pioulard & Sean Curtis Patrick - “Zenava” (Avocationals) Buy on Bandcamp03. Lusine - “Jetstream” (Language Barrier) Buy on Bandcamp04. Earthen Sea - “Existing Closer Or Deeper In Space” (Grass And Trees) Buy on Bandcamp05. Kate Carr - “Contact” (Contact) Buy on Bandcamp06. Celer - “(06.23.17) from the doorway of the beef noodle shop, shoes on the street in the rain, outside the karate school” (Xièxie) Buy on Bandcamp07. Celer - “Rains lit by neon” (Xièxie) Buy on Bandcamp08. anthéne - “Cyprus” (Lost Channel) Buy on Bandcamp09. Brian McBride - “At A Loss” (Air Texture Volume II) Buy on Bandcamp10. Sofie Birch - “Begin Sync End” (Planetes) Buy on Bandcamp11. Jana Winderen - “Drift” (Surface Runoff) Buy on Bandcamp12. Mount Shrine - “Forbidden Air, Pt. 2” (Homeless Rooms) Buy on Bandcamp13. Rafael Anton Irisarri - “Falling Curtain” (Midnight Colors) Buy on BandcampArtwork photo by Andrew Tasselmyer, “taken in Shanghai, China in early 2016 while wandering alone at night by the Huangpu River downtown, bleary-eyed and nostalgic”.~Hotel Neon | Website | Bandcamp | Discogs | Youtube | Twitter | Facebook
Rank #1: Listening To Series: 10. The sun has got his hat on and so do we, these are our picks for this month. Listening To Series: 10 01. Artist Code 464152 – Post Death – COD3 QR 02. Hunter/Game – Evolution (Vessels Remix) – Just This 03. Metro – Ak-ki – Pomelo 04. SCB x Wehbba – Green Planet – Hotflush 05. Karabine – Boom – Citizen Records 06. The Black Dog – wFrD (Demo) – Unreleased 07. Christian Hornbostel – Sidus – Hidden Suite 08. Altrd Being – Quasar 3C 273 (Christian Gerlach Remix) – Lanthan.Audio 09. BYLLY – Mouth Full of Sand (Original Mix) – Bipolar Disorder 10. Luizar – Scratched Movement – Hexagons Underground 11. T.siza – Don’t Let Them Know (Mculo’s Instrumental Dub) – Thina Records 12. LPZ – Iconoclasta – Metro Xpress 13. Metapattern – Exist – Machine 14. Paula Temple – Dimension Jumping – Noise Manifesto 15. Abstrakt – Cristalli Ionici – Just This 16. Crore – Ultraviolence – Vision Conflict 17. Killawatt – Your Face Is A Shovel – 47 18. Peter Van Hoesen – Trim The Facts – Center 91 More Dogma: All Current Shows Featured Tracks on Spotify Listen on Apple Podcasts
Rank #2: Listening To Series: 09. Feels like Spring is finally here as we cook up a load of tunes we’ve been playing a lot in the studio. Listening To Series: 09 01. Slow White Fall – Vein – Downwards 02. Rommek – Komatiite (Broken English Club Remix) – Blueprint 03. Das SPEZIAL – Savior of the Primates – SPEZIAL 04. Cosmin TRG – Romanian Deadlift – Sportiv 05. Alexi Delano and Marko Nastic – Wonderer (Cari Lekebusch Remix) – Blumoog Music 06. The Black Dog – wFrJ (Demo) – Unreleased 07. Manent – Assioma 2 – Unita Psicofisica 08. BYLLY – Confusion – Bipolar Disorder 09. Modig – The Way It Breaks – Soma Records 10. Christian Hornbostel – Motus (Carara Remix) – Hidden Suite 11. Pfirter – Defiance – Stockholm LTD 12. SLV – Dust (Setaoc Mass Remix) – Soma Records 13. Lindsey Herbert – Zyklus – Ascetic 14. Thomas Hoffknecht – Overnight – Nonlinear Systems 15. SUDO – Waves – 100% Pure 16. Modig – Pikes – Soma Records 17. Paula Temple – Quantum Unfolding – Noise Manifesto
Rank #1: Bleep Podcast #182. Steve Nolan presents the latest Bleep podcast.
Rank #2: Bleep Podcast #181. Margot Didsbury presents the latest Bleep podcast.
Rank #1: D-Node 303: Subversive. deep and dubby, hypnotic acid, jacking highs
Rank #2: D-Node 302: Raíz. D-node breaks the silence with a varied mix by the podcast's curators, Raíz.
Rank #1: Lost Tribe Sound: The Western Divide. I can't tell you how excited I am for this mix. Well, actually I'm telling you right now so that first line was bullshit. Suffice it to say I love this mix. It comes from our good friends at Lost Tribe Sound, an amazing record label that is having a hell of a year. Of course, last year was pretty darn good as well. Ryan Keane, the man behind Lost Tribe Sound, has put together a mix that is interesting and varied. It's cohesive without sounding all the same. This is a wonderful collection of tunes. Here's what Ryan has to say about this mix: Rarely do I get the chance to work on creating mixes of music, but I’m definitely more inspired to do so when I can ground the mix in a solid theme or concept. When I was given the chance to create one for the highly-esteemed Low Light Mixes, I figured, it better be decent. ‘The Western Divide,’ my latest mix, is a grab bag of emotions, sort of manic, nostalgic, playful, with the ever-present tinge of dread and uncertainty that really mirrors how I’ve been feeling about life and society as a whole lately. I partly wanted to see how bizarre the music I mixed together could get while still remaining palatable. Honing in on some pieces of music that come across as somewhat otherworldly spaghetti western sounding, I set about juxtaposing them with odd forms of jazz, electronic, hymn-like horn and organ pieces. It may have a bit of that Ennio Morricone score to some dystopian future General Hospital sort of vibe to it. I’ve been infatuated as of late with unique uses of horns in experimental music, it seems that most of the time horns can easily be a pitfall in many styles of music. Either from overstaying their welcome, riding too long on what I like to call the “Dad Chords,” where it just gets cheesy, or simply becoming too noodly and irritating that the song would be better off without them. So hopefully I’ve combined some enjoyable uses of horns into the mix that avoid these situations, but who knows, I’m quite possibly out of touch. In full disclosure, I run the label Lost Tribe Sound, so a few of the selections in the mix are from recent or upcoming albums on the label. The opening piece is from a brilliant electro-acoustic Danish trio, Skyphone, which we’ve have the honor of putting out two albums for this August. Kali Malone follows with her perfect use of a church organ as the ultimate drone machine. Next, a very odd find from a Spotify suggestion of all places, Jeremy Krinsley and Greg Heffernan’s only album together, ‘Material Culture 9.19.15’ is some left-field electronica, filled with loads of charming moments. Next, Hampshire & Foat kick in, their ‘Saint Lawrence’ album from this year is an instrumental masterpiece for those into dim-lit jazz fueled folk. Sailcloth up next, also blew my mind, primarily an experimental upright bassist, the featured selection works more off of a droning horn and subdued bass notes than some of the other more pronounced tunes on the EP, ‘Close Keeping.’ Then, Danny Scott Lane who’s recent album on Shimmering Moods is about as perfectly refined an example as one could hope for from an experimental drone/classical album. Hoera is a mixed bag of tricks as well, bizarre combos of electronics, jazz, ambient and folk somehow fold into a very satisfying whole, definitely recommend all three of their albums. Drombeg, another tasty discovery, thanks to the Thesis label, an intense focus of melody and progression make this breed of classical well worth checking out. Working in his way slowly into the tail end of Drombeg is a new piece from Ben McElroy, a highly emotive and creative songwriter, his whole catalog is sublime. Mute Forest, a long-time favorite, lent me an exclusive song from his upcoming album for this mix, introducing “The Riven Sun.” Followed that with a rising master of primitive guitar experimentalism, Seabuckthorn, from his new album, “It Can Ashen” is a droning genius. Next up, Spheruleus with his title track from his brand new and highly engaging electro-acoustic album for my label Lost Tribe Sound. Zakè follows with some seriously delicious droning classical string and tape experiments from this year courtesy of Past Inside The Present. Kinbrae’s album, ‘Landforms’ from earlier this year totally destroys me, and is a great example of how to use those horns properly. After that, Federico Mosconi delivers beautiful finger-picked guitar, bathed in the most melancholic waves of static and synths one could ask for! MALK comes next with ‘Re-treat’ and delivers one of the most offbeat, original albums Lost Tribe Sound has ever produced, just give in to it. The penultimate piece comes from Offthesky, who’s had a hugely impressive year with two new albums that I’d consider among the best of the year. “Future Fire” provides another gorgeous example of how horns can work so beautifully in ambient music. Finally, the mix closes with one of my favorite artists of all time, Geir Sundstøl. Geir’s newest genre-bending album on Hubro, is beyond genius. I’ve got give a special thanks to Hubro, who’ve finally uploaded their entire catalog to Bandcamp, making it far easier to enjoy, definitely go explore the music they put out. Hope you enjoy these tunes. Thanks for listening and having a read. Thanks, Ryan! T R A C K L I S T : 00:00 Skyphone - Les Clouds(Marsh Drones) 04:00 Kali Malone - Sacriﬁcial Code(The Sacriﬁcial Code) 06:56 Jeremy Krinsley / Greg Heﬀernan - Material Culture 9.19.15, Pt. 1(Material Culture 9.19.15) 08:00 Hampshire & Foat - The Undercliﬀ(Saint Lawrence) 13:04 Sailcloth - Year Long Storm(Close Keeping) 15:04 Danny Scott Lane - Four(How To Empty A Cup) 18:08 HOERA. - Jin(Jaunu) 21:20 Drombeg - The White Raven(Thesis Drive 2/3) 27:52 Ben McElroy - They Told Us Not To Wonder(They Told Us Not To Wonder) 29:50 Mute Forest - The Riven Sun(Riders Storm) 33:20 Seabuckthorn - It Can Ashen(Crossing) 37:20 Spheruleus - Light Through Open Blinds(Light Through Open Blinds) 39:44 Zakè - 000425978 OTS1[pure violet](Orchestral Tape Studies) 42:24 Kinbrae - Meander(Landforms) 48:04 Federico Mosconi - Melody Not Melody(Light Not Light) 51:20 MALK - Re-Treat(WMAIDIT) 54:08 Oﬀthesky - Future Fire(Illuminate) 57:36 Geir Sundstøl - Waterloo(Brødløs) 62:28 end
Rank #2: Stranger Synths 2019. In honor of the third season of Stranger Things dropping today, Low Light Mixes presents Stranger Synths 2019. This a retro synth mix that falls right in line with the synth sounds of Netflix's Stranger Things series. Cheers! T R A C K L I S T : 00:00 Just A Human - Stranger Things Remix01:33 Pye Corner Audio - Deep Space Probe03:54 Sinoia Caves - 1983 Main Theme06:22 The Belbury Circle - Heading Home11:15 Locust - I'll Be There14:40 Rheyne - Live Jam #16920:03 David Trevelyan - Car Crash22:37 Chromatics - Yes(Symmetry Remix)26:25 Jean Michel Jarre - The Heart Of The Noise Pt. 130:22 PYLOT - Blurred Vision33:09 ASC - Sequence 236:56 Merrin Karras - Void44:50 Frank Bretschneider - Motorik49:01 The Advisory Circle - Be Seeing You53:57 Kasper Bjørke Quartet - The Antiphon(Epilogue)66:03 end
Rank #1: Crack Mix 104 - Courtesy. More info & download here: http://bit.ly/CourtesyMix
Rank #2: Crack Mix 103 - Slimzee. Grime has its fair share of enduring figures, but Slimzee's tenure as a cornerstone of the scene is more or less unparalleled. As a founding member of the Pay As U Go Cartel- the pioneering crew headed up by Wiley, God's Gift and Flowdan- and a key player in Rinse FM's formative years he was instrumental in Grime's transition from a niche genre to a nationwide phenomenon.However, Slimzee has never been one to dine out on his credentials, and over the course of his twenty-something year career he has remained a humble but prolific selector, steadily amassing an arsenal of dubplates, specials, and VIPs whilst continuing to break fresh talent via his eponymous Slimzos label and numerous radio shows.Slimzee's contribution to the Crack mix series is exemplary in style, flitting through a rapidly-mixed selection of sinister dubs and frosty instrumentals to devastating effect.More info here: https://crackm.ag/2RODkCv
Rank #1: IMX [ FREITAG DOTS ]. FRPOD113 - IMX - EXPERIMENTAL / ACID / NOISE - TECHNO http://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/imx - firstname.lastname@example.org ║▌│█│║▌║││█║▌ ║▌│█│║▌║││█║▌ LIVE [PA] recorded @ RAPID EYE MOVEMENT FESTIVAL ║▌│█│║▌║││█║▌ ║▌│█│║▌║││█║▌
Rank #2: INIGO KENNEDY . FRPOD112 - INIGO KENNEDY - TECHNO / ELECTRONICA - http://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/inigokennedy - email@example.com ║▌│█│║▌║││█║▌ ║▌│█│║▌║││█║▌ Inigo Kennedy is a pioneering and respected techno and electronic music producer and DJ. He is well known for always bringing technical and creative originality and skill to his work. He is the owner of the innovative and genre defying label Asymmetric. He has also been responsible for a large and diverse back catalogue of releases on a wide variety of labels and projects around the World. His discography stretches to almost 100 releases on vinyl, CD and as MP3. His DJ schedule has taken him to all corners of the World.║▌│█│║▌║││█║▌ ║▌│█│║▌║││█║▌Tracklist: 1. casual violence - unexpected grace [plec007] 2. klara lewis - msuic_3 [pmkl01] 3. ruhig - lost in the instability [mdg002] 4. adam x - interchanges / enter and exit [sgcd01] 5. acronym - nifelheim [semantica61] 6. dvs1 - creeping [kw013] 7. fabrizio lapiana - 1002b [m_recltd1002] 8. samuli kemppi - agitated [mrecltdlp01] 9. shlømo - grounded queen [bsrx003] 10. leiras - these bones [own002] 11. andrea - draine [it025] 12. spherical coordinates - scbpa-20 [polegroup027] 13. snts - hg018.4 [hg018] 14. orphx - what will burn [sg1466] 15. ø [phase] - insectoid [token48] 16. andrea - void [it025] 17. voidloss - a pleasure mode (inigo kennedy remix) [frltd004v] 18. dronelock - the oath [sg001] 19. corax - sleipnir [mak046] 20. aphex twin - 180db_  [warpcdd247] 21. go hiyama - texture 101 (nil remix) [hhx17] 22. surgeon - fixed action pattern [token48] 23. and - photon visibility function [edlx038] 24. inigo kennedy - arcing [token48] 25. casual violence - burn it all down [plec007] 26. shxcxchcxsh - sub mission / the atlantic vision [avnlp002] 27. zosima - return [ntk001]
Rank #1: 429 - Wata Igarashi.
Rank #2: 455 - SNTS.
Rank #1: Cedric - Pianorama. Without a doubt, among the instruments of the world my favorite is piano. I’ve got a baby grand of my own, and whenever the house is silent I gently fill it with my notes. Piano has become such a force in contemporary electronic, ambient, and of course, modern classical music, that I’ve devoted an entire category to the albums in my Best Of lists, and called it Music For Watching The Snow Slowly Fall In The Moonlight. To showcase his favorite selections, Cedric has compiled a two plus hour mix of piano works by everyone from Nils Frahm to Brandt Brauer Frick and Sun Ra! From slow and ambient to strings and beats, ignoring labels and genres, as long as it’s got the right touch. Just one rule I came up with for this mixtape: no piano = no go! Compiled as background music to read a book, pet your cats, take a walk, or watch the world fly by... For full track listing and more information about this mix, please visit headphonecommute.com
Rank #2: Eraldo Bernocchi – Glacial Movements. Very excited about this one, folks, because the music on this exclusive mix contains some fantastic pieces from one of my favorite labels, Glacial Movements. Compiled from the catalog by the label manager, Alessandro Tedeschi (aka Netherworld), and mixed by Eraldo Bernocchi (who also appears on the tracklist), this hour-long journey showcases the vast landscape encompassed by this Italian imprint, specializing in glacial, isolationist ambient, and arctic soundscapes. I’ve been a longtime fan of its output, with albums dating back over a decade now, featuring artists such as bvdub, Philippe Petit, Machinefabriek, Celer, Pjusk, and loscil among the many others. The roster and release schedule is closely curated to capture and preserve the atmosphere within a closely defined concept. Enjoy! For full track listing and more information about this mix, please visit headphonecommute.com
Rank #1: Episode 277. From a quiet piano start, we’ll head off into various territories. In the Spotlight, we take a deep listen to music from Roy Mattson. The back third is a trip into the library, and a return to where we began. Download Start Daigo Hanada, Rin, Ouka 2.55 Feryanto, All Creatures Bloom, We Are […]
Rank #2: Episode 276. New albums from long-time favorites, new favorites from new names–and all of it delicious music. I’ll meet you inside. Download Start Panic Girl, Moonbase, Cake on Jupiter* 3.47 Planet of the Arps, Battle for the Planet of the Arps, Planet of the Arps 19.04 Glamaticus, Future Nostalgia, Journeys of Love […]
Rank #1: Radical Candor (Mix). A word of warning first. This is not an ambient mix intended to relax or create a calm atmosphere. Also, it is not a showcase with full album tracks (you may want to check the DreamScenes editions for those). It is a ‘create-your-own-movie’ soundtrack with some rather intense climaxes. And 42 track fragments in less than one hour – almost none of those in full length: all tracks are cut-up, fragmented, edited, layered and re-assembled (but never altered sonically) – like creating a collage from torn pictures. This also means that none of the parts represents the artists’ original intention (I hope they still can appreciate what I do here). For further exploration, the release details of the fragments are provided so you can check out the original full versions and support the artist wherever possible.Radical Candor – Mix sequence The mix title, Radical Candor, comes from the (management) philosophy described by former Google and Apple executive Kim Scott. In short, it argues that feedback (on behaviour) is most effective if it is challenging but at the same time shows that you care. A music collage is anything but a management philosophy of course. But still I felt there was a resemblance: the mix is ‘caring’ at times but can also be quite ‘challenging’ to the listener. At least, that was my intention. Anyway: I also just liked the way the words sound: Radical Candor. So here it is. This mix is simultaneously published on the great Headphone Commute website:“I’m honoured to welcome back a dear friend, Peter van Cooten for his multi-layered textured voyage which has become an art form in itself. Not satisfied with simply arranging his favourites in a particular order, Peter tediously hand-coats the soundscapes which often run six levels deep (just look at the sequence screenshot).”Thanks, H_C! Tracklist: [starting time] [fragment length] Artist name – Track titleAlbum title, release year, label 00:00 02:08 Areni Agbabian – Garun ABloom, 2019, ECM 254900:52 01:49 Gideon Wolf – Self PortraitReplicas, 2019, Fluid Audio 06001:37 01:26 Kammarheit – The Indefinite VaultsDrone Islands – Land Raising, 2019, Eighth Tower Records02:43 01:34 Resina – Trigger (Abul Mogard Remix)Traces – Remixes, 2019, 130701/Fatcat Records LP133503:36 02:23 Craig Leon – The Twenty Second Step As Well As The TenthAnthology Of Interplanetary Folk Music Vol. 2, 2019, RVNG Intl RVNGNL5505:03 02:53 Angelina Yershova – CosmotengriCosmotengri, 2019, Twin Paradox07:02 02:55 Ashtoreth – Elemental IDrone Islands – Land Raising, 2019, Eighth Tower Records09:16 01:31 Robert Scott Thompson – ProximityPhonotopological, 2018, Acourant AWD 37956110:10 02:42 Alla Zakaykevych – Voice/WayKaleidoscope – Experimental Music From Ukraine, 2019, Flaming Pines FLP07912:38 01:51 Snowdrops – Manta RayManta Ray OST, 2019, Gizeh Records GZH8714:13 02:20 Zeno van den Broek – Interlude TwoBreach, 2019, Moving Furniture MFR07215:03 03:52 Jessica Moss – Fractals (Truth 4)Entanglement, 2018, Constellation CST13818:28 02:55 The London Sound Survey – Maplin SandsThames, 2019, Persistance Of Sound PS00319:28 02:17 Rebecka Sofia Ahvenniemi – WindsTacit-Citat-Ion, 2019, Ravello Records RAVL8011.2 21:08 01:58 Giulio Aldinucci – The Burning AlphabetDisappearing In A Mirror, 2018, Karl Records KR05522:06 03:33 John Haniver – BlackHow To Live Like A Ghost, 2019, Linge Records LINGE08922:20 00:44 Anxious Bot – Check The BasementCrystal Bible, 2018, self-released23:38 01:56 Anxious Bot – Check The BasementCrystal Bible, 2018, self-released24:20 03:25 Carl Stone – Kuk II Kwan (1981)Electronic Music From The Seventies And Eighties, 2016, Unseen Worlds UW1526:07 01:22 Maxime Tanguay – Nain FieldSertraline, 2018, the end is near then01226:53 01:44 Colin Stetson – Second Seance, Pt. 1 (+ Reversed)Hereditary OST, 2018, Milan M2-36952 27:42 02:06 Osa7209 – Osa 14Orchestral, 2019, self-released29:11 02:14 Sven Laux & Daniela Orvin – A Moment Of SilenceThe Writings, 2019, Dronarivm DR-5931:00 02:33 Jane Antonia Cornish – LuxConstellations, 2018, Innova Recordings innova 00632:28 02:34 Fiona Brice – Movement 1 (Holographic Field Rework)String Quartet No. 1, 2018, Bigo And Twigeti34:44 00:58 Goncalo F. Cardoso – Radio Zanzibar Étude 1Impressões De Uma Ilha (Unguja), 2018, Edições Cn ECN19 35:08 01:12 Juha-Matti Rautiainen – VoidAbove Me Weeps The Sky, 2018, Randomizer Media RDZCD0535:20 02:26 Joseph Dugan – Sit In The Center Watching And Forget That You’re ThereSwaha, 2019, self-released35:32 00:50 The Books – BonanzaThe Lemon Of Pink, 2003, Tomlab tom 3237:15 02:36 Julia Kent – Through The WindowTemporal, 2019, Leaf BAY 106CD38:54 04:19 The London Sound Survey – Alhallows Marshes NightThames, 2019, Persistance Of Sound PS00339:03 07:40 Sleep Research Facility – Theta2DeltaFrom Here To Tranquility Volume 9 – In Dreams, 2018, Silent Records42:33 03:14 Sarah Davachi – EvensongGave in Rest, 2018, Ba Da Bing! BING 13744:31 02:39 Keru Not Ever – Équilibre De La TerreurThe Wind Of ?, 2019, Infinite Machine IM07146:04 02:52 Bas van Huizen – TorrewolkKulverzuchter, 2018, Moving Furniture Records MFR06347:40 01:32 Rafael Kolacki – Ra’sA’Za. Hearing Ethiopia, 2017, Zoharum ZOHAR 154-248:20 02:00 Rauelsson – MistralMirall, 2018, Sonic Pieces 02749:40 01:05 Rafael Kolacki – Ra’sA’Za. Hearing Ethiopia, 2017, Zoharum ZOHAR 154-250:02 02:36 Deaf Center – UndoneLow Distance, 2019, Sonic Pieces 02851:54 02:55 Alla Zakaykevych – Voice/WayKaleidoscope – Experimental Music From Ukraine, 2019, Flaming Pines FLP07954:03 03:11 Martin Ptak – The SourceRiver Tales, 2018, Col Legno WWE 1CD 2044156:10 02:41 Dickon Hinchliffe – Return To The ForestLeave No Trace OST, 2018, Lakeshore Records58:52 End Download Radical Candor Now 135Mb (58:51 min.) [Alternative download from Archive.org][Surround-version (DTS.Wav or .WMA) here] OR: Stream from Mixcloud: --- originally published on Ambientblog ---
Rank #2: Delusional (Mix). When I started working on this mix, its working title was Wonderlust, simply because I liked that word: a variation on wanderlust (‘a desire to travel’) which the Urban Dictionary describes as ‘the desire to be in a constant state of wonder’.But as the mix progressed, the title didn’t fit very well. There were too many dark and unsettling moments… moment that may evoke their own ‘state of wonder’ but of a completely different kind. The Questions in Anja Garbarek‘s track are crucial to this mix and gave it its title: a few simple questions to diagnose severe psychotic disorders, a delusional state of mind. There may be quite a few of these delusional moments in this mix, but they are alternated with moments of joy in an almost melodramatical equilibrium. For me, personally, a mix has the most impact when it feels like I’m watching a movie. With ups, downs, some drama, sentiment, moment of joy, climax and anticlimax. And yes: tension and release.So then, if this was a movie, the Jon Hopkins track would be the last scene, and the Metropole Orchestra (or Metropool Orkest as they are named in Holland) version of Brian Eno‘s classic track ‘An Ending’ would be the track under the end credits rolling. End credits crediting no less than 45 fragments crammed together in a 59 minute soundscape compilation of music that was never conceived to be heard in a context like this.This mix is premiered on Concertzender Nederland in Bob Rusche’s ‘X-Ray‘ radio show on Sunday, January 6, 2019. Thanks, Bob! ‘Tracklist:(first time is the start time, time in brackets is the sample length)00:00 (01:13) Angelo Badalamenti/City Of Prague Orchestra – Mulholland Drive ThemeMulholland Drive soundtrack, 2001, Milan 74321 89823 200:59 (00:59) Allesio Ballerini – WiwananaWiwanana OST, 2018, Fluid Audio 05401:43 (01:49) Martin Ptak – StormRiver Tales, 2018, Col-Legno WWE 1CD 2044101:57 (00:32) Goblin – Suspiria (Celesta & Bells)Suspiria OST, 1977/2012, Cinevox CD OST 702/s02:30 (02:04) Jóhann Jóhannsson – Seeker Of The Serpents EyeMandy OST, 2018, Invada LSINV203CD03:11 (02:57) Monty Adkins – Still Juniper Snow: Distant WatersBozzini+, 2018, Huddersfield Contemporary Records HCR19CD05:38 (01:08) Anja Garbarek – QuestionsThe Road Is Just A Surface, 2018, Drabant Music, DM58LPPER05:52 (03:17) Gryllus Ábris – Post_02Post_, 2017, Farbwechsel FARB02608:01 (01:51) Autechre – Sinstrailab AirNTS Sessions 2, 2018, Warp Records WARPCD364 08:30 (02:31) Jessica Moss – Fractals (Truth 3)Entanglement, 2018, Constellation CST13810:09 (01:58) Rudolf Eb.er – IshikiriOm Kult: Ritual Practice Of Conscious Dying- Vol. II, 2018, Om Kult OM-210:27 (00:25) Anja Garbarek – QuestionsThe Road Is Just A Surface, 2018,11:05 (01:17) Ulnar – Daylight FireworksDreaming Of Sailing Further West, 2017, Colectivo Casa Amarela CCA00311:41 (02:42) Jean C. Roche – Rancho GrandeBirds Of Venezuela, 1973/2018, Sub Rosa SR411LP12:05 (03:08) Arve Henriksen – SanmyakuSakuteiki, 2001, Rune Grammofon RCD202114:12 (02:34) The Newton Brothers – Feel NothingThe Haunting Of Hill House OST, 2018, Wax Work Records16:23 (02:22) Thomas Vaquié – EcumeEcume, 2016, Antivj Recordings 18:31 (02:56) From The Mouth Of The Sun & Seabuckthorn – Lesser StillWe Stayed The Path That Fell To Shadow, 2018, Lost Tribe Sound21:21 (00:43) Maria W. Horn – AtropaKontrapoetik, 2018, XKatedral XK1221:44 (01:35) Bass Communion – Drugged IV Reconstructions And Recycling (Bass Communion Remixed), 2003, Headphone Dust BCCD522:30 (03:07) Alea Saxophone Quartet – Arvo Pärt: SolfeggioArvo Pärt Anima, 2017, Col-Legno WWE 1CD 2043724:52 (02:57) BJNilsen – Table Of HoursFocus Intensity Power, 2017, Moving Furniture Records MFR06226:40 (04:06) Illuminine – Dear, Utopia (feat. Adam Bryanbaum Wiltzie)#3, 2018, Ferryhouse Productions FHP 4261726:42 (01:27) Michael Fahres – Het Gesloten OgenblikGäbrik (music from the book by Marc Legendre), 2018, Vlaamse Onafhankelijke Stripgilde29:33 (02:20) Mathieu St. Pierre – 23.0785729, 143.9554413 These Elephants, 2018, Se;f-released (Bandcamp)30:46 (01:22) Janek Schaefer – To Row Against The TideWhat Light There Is Tells Us Nothing (For Robert Wyatt), 2018, Temporary Residence Limited TRR30531:53 (01:05) Mothertape – Problem 4In Progress Vol. III, 2018, Centrum Sztuki Współczesnej “Łaźnia”31:57 (01:54) Murcof – Chapitre VILost In Time, 2018, Glacial Movements Records GMO3533:22 (02:16) Varg, Annamelina – Stonewall PoemNordic Flora Series Pt. 5 – Crush, 2018, Posh Isolation 20933:52 (02:03) Ipek Gorgun – MilevaEcce Homo, 2018, Touch TO:10634:45 (02:16) Hans Zimmer & Benjamin Wallfisch – RainBlade Runner 2049 OST, 2017, Epic 1907580085236:11 (02:47) Machinefabriek – HangingEngel, 2018, Self-Released (Bandcamp)37:44 (02:30) Adam Mankowski – Próba Dźwięki Z Offu, 2018, Attenuation Circuit ACU 101339:06 (03:35) Les Horribles Travailleurs – Keizersrande 4 (ft. Anja Kreysing)Off Track, 2018, Esc.Rec 6240:53 (01:06) Rudolf Eb.Er – Licht (Unborn Light)Om Kult: Ritual Practices Of Conscious Dying – Vol. 1, 2018, Om Kult OM-141:32 (04:47) Claudio F. Baroni – Solo VIII-AirMotum, 2018, Unsounds 61U41:40 (02:41) Ed Alp – RTPVCunreleased, 2009, private collection44:31 (03:00) Monty Adkins – Still Juniper Snow: Spiral PathsBozzini+, 2018, Huddersfield Contemporary Records HCR19CD47:02 (01:23) Minco Eggersman – Melisma & GurianKavkasia, 2017, Volkoren 7347:30 (02:32) Jacob Lindhagen – KenopsiaPaces, 2017, 1631 Recordings FR1-01549:14 (02:05) Jonty Harrison – Going Places (2015)Voyages, 2016, Empreintes DIGITALes IMED 1613950:01 (01:18) Cadeu – Echoic VIIIEchoic, 2018, Esc.Rec 6050:50 (02:50) Colin Stetson – Mothers & DaughtersHereditary OST, 2018, Milan M2-3695253:35 (01:33) Jóhann Jóhannsson & BJ Nilsen – Carkeys (reversed)I Am Here OST, 2014, Ash International Ash 11.154:36 (01:13) Jon Hopkins – PrologueMonsters OST, 2010, Double Six DS036D55:35 (04:07) Brian Eno & Metropole Orchestra – An Ending (arr. Dick Bakker)Shutov Assembly Live Paradiso, 1999, unreleasedDownload Delusional Now 136Mb (59:43 min.)[Alternative download from Archive.org][Surround-version (DTS.Wav or .WMA) here]OR: Stream from Mixcloud: --- originally published on Ambientblog ---
Rank #1: FACT mix 534: Mood II Swing. Mood II Swing are basically untouchable. Lem Springsteen and John Ciafone released too many great records to count in the 1990s, both originals and remixes for the likes of Kim English and Fonda Rae. Although they were a house duo, their drum programming – skippier and more intricate than most house of the time – was hugely influential to the sound of UK garage, and like Armand Van Helden and Todd Edwards, they’re as respected amongst UK heads as US.The duo’s influence was recently celebrated on Strictly Mood II Swing, a three-CD compilation that collects their best originals and remixes, from classics like ‘Closer’ to deep cuts and dub mixes. We’ve been after a Mood II Swing mix for years, and this compilation created the perfect in – hit play below for an hour of some of the best soulful, skippy house ever committed to record.Tracklist:1. Kim English – ‘Learn 2 Luv’ (Mood II Swing Vocal Mix)2. Mood II Swing – ‘All Night Long’3. Lucy Pearl – ‘Don’t Mess With My Man’ (Mood II Swing Remix)4. Mood II Swing – ‘I See You Dancing’5. BT – ‘Remember’ (Mood II Swing Dub)6. Mood II Swing – ‘Oh’7. Nuyorican Soul feat. Jocylen Brown – ‘It’s Alright, I Feel It’ (Mood II Swing Remix)8. Mood II Swing feat Carol Sylvan – ‘Closer’ (Swing II Mood Dub)9. Mood II Swing – ‘Do It Your Way’10. Rachid – ‘Pride’ (Mood II Swing Remix)11. Mood II Swing pres. Wall Of Sound feat Lee Smith Jr. – ‘I Need Your Love’12. Eric Gadd – ‘The Right Way’ (Mood II Swing Remix)
Rank #2: FACT mix 486: Dave Clarke. The Baron of Techno steps up. Dave Clarke may be best known for uncompromising techno – that style is at the heart of classic records like Archive One and the ‘Red’ series of singles, and was one of the attributes that John Peel, who featured him regularly on his BBC radio show, lauded him for – but electro and hip-hop are massive parts of his DNA too. He started as a hip-hop DJ in the late ’80s, and has tirelessly championed electro on his White Noise radio show. His classic World Service mix CDs were also split into two halves, one for techno and the other for electro. Released ahead of an appearance at Fabric’s Room 2 this coming Saturday March 14, Clarke’s FACT mix leans heavy on the electro, with several appearances from UK gloom-monger Dez Williams and oft-overlooked veteran Will Web, plus more established names like Radioactive Man and Keith Tucker. As the mix winds down, though, it really turns off-piste: there’s whirling weirdness from Martin Rev, odd-ball funk from Toob and even a spin for UK breakbeat classic ‘Mad Monks on Zinc’. Tracklist:My Darkness – LectromagnetiqueWildstyle (Dynamix II Remix) – Time ZonePleasure Boys – VisageAlien II – Di”jitalHellll – Dez WilliamsRezonation – OhverclockDas Werk Von Robotern – Will WebWorking with machines – Dez WilliamsCarl Craig Always Did – MazzulaSpétfolgen – Das MusterLiver-Noise – T LinderIlluminati Reptiles – OhverclockConcerning Irregular Figures – Pip WilliamsFallen Moon – Sync24Backpropagation – CWSWe Are Detroit (Mix 1) – Keith TuckerWho’s Your Daddy (50 Shades of Detroit Mix) – Will WebA2-The Crash – The ExalticsCity Of The Damned (Radioactive Man Rmx) – KitbuilderBy The Way (remix by NÖVÖ) – Adan & IlseRam – Radioactive ManPrivate Armies (Dub) – Vivien GoldmanTemptation – Martin RevClipto (Instrumental) – ToobFrequency – VisageDerelicht – The SoftMad Monks on Zinc – The Holy Ghost
Rank #1: K1971 PODCAST - HELENA GALLARDO. K1971 PODCAST - HELENA GALLARDO The influence of his father, together with an inborn love and restlessness for music, took Helena to become a sound engineer and work as a post-production sound designer. This, plus her taste for terror films and touching sounds, helped her give shape and define the sound which makes her unique. Backed up by lives full of energy, emotion and strength, and by emphatic sets influenced by Detroit’s techno, the Birmingham sound and the experimental sounds of IDM.In 2010 she joined the roster of Magnum Bookings what channeled her career to performances in the best clubs and festivals.As far as production is concerned, after publishing in different netlabels as Pong Musiq , Elektrodomesticos II , Geometric FM, etc... she has made several remixes for featured artists as Tadeo, Stendhal Syndrome, Cora Novoa… At the present time she is involved in the development of her own record label/ artistic platform: "Silent Signal" , wich aims to raise awareness of the power of music to make a better world, through social assistance.Parallel develops different projects under pseudonyms; “Forbidden Zone” and “Background Noise” . In addition to running the hit radioshow: “Genesis”, with Tadeo, which airs weekly on “Vicious Radio” . After years of musical career, she's still trying to keep one foot in the underground and not be swayed easily. For her, music has always been and will be emotion , strength and feeling, far removed from the concept of industry attributes and market.
Rank #2: K1971 PODCAST - MICOL DANIELI. K1971 PODCAST - MICOL DANIELI (030 Recordings - Rome/Berlin) 030 is the number that identifies the area of Berlin, the city in which the label was founded. 030 was born in this creative city of dreams, stories, ideas and projects.Full of contradictions, hot and anarchic but at the same time cold and disciplined. This is not a point of arrival, but a journey, with the purpose to become a label which follows the underground scene and aims to bring the dark techno sounds of new and well known artists to every dance floor.A travel “on the road” between the dancefloor and sounds from all over the world where the goal is not the destination but the journey itself.030, where the number 30 ‐ according to the cabala the symbol of beauty – here stops to be the number that identifies a specific location and becomes the symbol of imagination, with a suitcase full of dark and refined sounds wanting to release talented artists on the international scene and with the intention of writing a new story.