Thursday, March 10, 2011

Hypnagogue Podcast 49

A 90-minute excursion for your listening pleasure. That's about the best I can offer you by way of explanation this time around!


Episode 49, "The Lingering Spectre of Death & His Brother Tim"

               Ashley + Story, "Motion Carried," A Desperate Serenity
4.59        Giles Reaves, "Velvet Shade," Nothing Is Lost
11.01      Ron Boots & Synth NL, "Orage d'ete," Refuge en Verre
19.07      Tribe of Astronauts, "Digital Space Birds," As Cold As Space
24.57      Beyond Absence, "Lighthouse Keeper's Insomnia Suite II," Mood Report
30.00      Cathart, "Hearth & Home," Isoceles
38.46      Human Metronome, "Makoto," The Child Set Free
50.48      Igneous Flame, "Iridium," Ion
58.31      Field Rotation & Mari Solis, "Lament," A Brave New World
1.04.47   Hollan Holmes, "Drift," A Distant Light
1.14.11   Dub Jay, "Remain Down (Cycle Never Changes)," AMFM
1.17.25   Stand Alone Complex, "I Spend My Days in A Decaying Orbit," Music for Suicides
1.21.15   Brokenkites, "Hive," Generation Ships

Underlay: Mara's Torment, "Under Starlit Skies," Across for Show...

2 comments:

travis said...

once again i had to suppress hysterical laughter while listening to the intro to this one. i really need to remember to listen to the intros at home instead of while on public transportation. that or i need to just stop caring if i look like a laughing idiot while listening to something on headphones. one or the other.

Hypnagogue said...

If only you could have heard me driving along in the car working the whole thing out, giggling like an idiot as the idea developed. Or seen me in absolute tears of laughter when I played back the "dark ambient" piece for the first time. (For the record, the sound includes me screeching inward through a didgeridoo, a chime, me making explosion sounds with my hand cupped over the mic, and one good, hearty, Audacity-distorted belch.)

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