Friday, March 23, 2012

Hypnagogue Podcast 77

Set the Wayback machine...we're paying tribute to old-school analog synth music. Got your passport to Berlin?

Episode 77
            Brian Vassalo, Part 6, Memoirs of a Lifetime
5.05     Chuck van Zyl, "Stories in Stone," Memory Space
18.41    Synth.NL, "Docking," Apollo
25.30    Gert Emmens, "Empathy," Metamorphosis
32.28    Orbital Decay, "Terminal Velocity," Solar Maxima
50.04    Jeffrey Koepper, "Near Machinery," Sequentaria
59.00    Janne Hahnhisuanto, Part 5, Circles in 3D
1.02.32 Hollan Holmes, "The Sentinel," The Farthest Fringes
1.08.02 Paul Ellis, "The Click & Chime of Passing Time," From Out of the Vast Comes Nearness
1.20.32 Steve Roach, "Growth Sequence," Now

Friday, March 9, 2012

Hypnagogue Podcast 76

Into the review queue we go this time, digging around for relatively new music. A couple of my favorite artists make an appearance, and several new pleasant surprises take their turn as well. The first set is about 35 minutes, taking off under Berlin-school power and finding its way into beatless spaces. The second set opens with a prog-influenced track and glides down into contemplative quiet. Enjoy.

Episode 76

              Phillip Wilkerson, "Seven Degrees North of Castor," The Stars and Afterward
5.23        Dan Pound, "Emerge," Cocoon
12.44      Integral, "Synthie Raga," The Past Is My Shadow
21.19      Paulina Cassidy, "Tea with the Dream Ghost," Time Traveler
25.44      Numina, "Cold Shine," Dawn of Obscurity
39.28      Echo Us, "Archaeous of Water Vol 1: The Light It Moves," Tomorrow Will Tell the Story
43.56      Astralfish, "Seeds at Night in a Trickster's Yard," Far Corners
47.10      Radium 88, "A Short Ride in a Broken Machine," Escaping Tomorrow
51.41      Loscil, "Cheekeye," Only Light to Clear Away (comp)
59.10      Peter James, "Sometimes We Forget," Memento
1.06.47   Palancar, "Breaking of the Shell," The Tender Hand of the Unseen
1.17.16   Prageudren, "Bromeliad," Serfs of the Plant Kingdom
1.20.36   Thought Guild, "Celestial Glossalalia," Third Voyage

Underlay: Giles Reaves, "Aurora," Sea of Glass