Some magical DIY here with an atmospheric intro and visuals for this 2005 Arel Pink classic. Video bits recorded with a Sony HDR-TGV, often from a car while driving to and from work in West Hollywood during 2009-10 by the video’s producer – Like
A stunning chystalline pure live performance.Like frozen ice sheets over winter puddles the acoustic electronic sounds and vocals shimmer on one of the best tracks of 2012
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Aarom Wilson presents
Peaking Lights – Beautiful Son – Lucifer
Yann Tiersen – The Gutter – Skyline
Dorian Concept & Tom Chant – Dream Work – In Motion #1 (presented by Cinematic Orchestra)
Andreya Triana x Mount Kimbie – A Town Called Obselete (Kit Pop Remix)
Exitmusic – The Wanting – Passage
Sun Glitters Wasting Times – XVI Records: Volume 1
Allez Allez – African Queen – Too High To Move: Remixed With Love by Maxxi & Zeus) 2.50 Amon Tobin – Bloodstone (Royal Albert Hall live) – Amon Tobin
Perth – Jilted (“We Are Massive Fans Of It!”) – Babes, Water, Waves 3. Man Without Country – Parity – Foe
Clams Casino – One Last Thing [Mac Miller] – Instrumental Mixtape 2
The Flaming Lips Feat Erykah Badu – The First Time I Ever Saw Your Face – The Flaming Lips & Heady Fwends
Elisa Luu -Se Fosse Per Me – Un Giorno Sospeso
Gold Panda – Mountain – 7″
Diiv – Oshin (Subsume) – Oshin
Leure – Black Light – Holland Sky
Born Ruffians – Red, Yellow & Blue
The Ruby Suns – Blue Penguin – Sea Lion
Daughn Gibson – In The Beginning – All Hell
Mice Parade – Pursuant To The Vibe – Branches & Roots Vol 1
Mark Daves presents
Chasing down the playlist. I think Mark is a playlist kind of guy?
Two birds, inseparable friends, cling to the same tree. One of them eats the sweet fruit, the other looks on without eating. Gretchen Lohse, Rick Flom, Alec Meltzer, Steve Quaranta, Dave Barbaree, and Naeemah Maddox
From the compilation LP Early Dutch Electronic Music from Philips Research Laboratories 1956-1963.
True electronic music pioneers Dick Raaijmakers [aka Kid Baltan] and Tom Dissevelt did everything with tone generators and tapes, no keyboards were used. It is hard to believe but the piece ‘Song of the Second Moon’ is from 1957!!!
Dick who worked at Philips NATLAB [Natuurkundig Laboratorium] in Eindhoven, The Netherlands was asked by a Director to compose “popular electronic music” and inspired by the thought of space travel and Yuri Gagarin “Song Of The Second Moon” was the first tune. It was created using oscillators, tone-generators, and tape recorders, and then edited with scissors!!. It was an ingenious piece of effects and melodies with dozens of “frames” or ‘samples’ that had to be edited by hand in the old fashion “cut and paste” style. Golden Apples recommends you file with, but before your Jean-Jacques Perrey, BBC Radiophonic Workshop, and Delia Derbyshire.
Early Kraftwerk during thier Krautrock phase. These are wild…