Thursday, February 18, 2010

Hypnagogue Podcast 21

A nice bit of flow in which to immerse yourself this time 'round. It begins on the uptempo side with a new track from Trance Fury, some microsound pleasure from Patrick Balthrop and washes & beats from Steve Roach and Erik Wollo. Jujigen slows things down, Lucette Bourdin continues the softer flow and MWVM guides you gently to the first break. Then it's time to listen to some new music that's being reviewed on the Hypnagogue site this month: A Backward Glance on a Travel Road, Godheadscope, Kyron, Roedelius and Mark Snyder (who brought his accordion). Back to the beats then as Runningonair conjures the spirit of Philip Glass, MusSck funks you into the world of glitch-hop and Phylum Sinter channels the flavor of synthpop via laptop. At the end, Forrest Fang plays you quietly home.


Just a note: My computer--a Flintstonian little piece of work--stared to choke on the file toward the end. I had to make sort an end-run around it for my last voiceover, so the old warbly sound that used to plague the earliest 'casts makes a guest appearance. Hopefully, it won't happen again.

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