Moving through a few styles today from electro & IDM/electronica to a couple of synthwave-y pieces to some more restrained synth-y material. A few long tracks (by John Selway and Mikron among others) and recent purchases (John Selway again and Scape One).
|No.||Artist / Title||Start|
|01.||DBP / Runout 08.05||00:00|
|02.||John Selway / Light Language||02:21|
|03.||Sbles3plex / Mathematic Universe (AE35 Remix)||07:20|
|04.||Scape One / Unearthly Destination||11:16|
|05.||Space Dimension Controller / Spanner Cord (Monolith Remix)||14:26|
|06.||Reedale Rise / Kae||17:37|
|07.||Flow.Machine / Funky Flow||21:48|
|08.||Clatterbox / Jet Set [A Monorail To Your Star]||25:20|
|09.||Elecktroids / Mystery World||29:00|
|10.||Mitch Murder / Night Shift||32:25|
|11.||Ben Businovski / Midnight Cruise||36:11|
|12.||Brothomstates / Outro||40:15|
|13.||Galaxy Toobin' / The Day Of The Duel Is Approaching||42:27|
|14.||Rising Sun Systems / Freebasin' For David Bohm||47:01|
|15.||Mikron / Ghost Node||51:49|
|16.||Matt Whitehead / Home To Glory||57:10|
|17.||Scape One / Right Ascension||60:27|
Track #2 Light Language by John Selway (from the EP of the same name) and track #4 Unearthly Destination by Scape One (from his remastered Stellar Remnants album) are both new-to-me, recent purchases from the last few weeks. That Selway Light Language EP is particularly interesting, it sounds fresh, somehow different from a lot of modern electro. And Scape One is always solid of course, playing his work always makes me happy.
Galaxy Toobin's self-titled LP has, slowly and over time, become one of my favorites to put on and space out to. Track #13 The Day Of The Duel Is Approaching is a good example of what the album sounds like, buzzy warm synths and background percussion. I think I'll try to write a piece on this one soon, as I'm always recommending it to people.
I started late today so this'll have to do for notes. Thanks for listening, check out the albums linked above & if something grabs your ear please consider picking it up. I'll be back next week at my usual time with this month's "slow" set, something to easy to close out May.
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