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This week week we’ll be listening to a mix of breath taking music from the Boards of Canada, Nalepa, Vector Lovers and much, much more.
This mix was originally released on Praketh’s Blue Orb podcast and, sadly, is no longer available for download. But the music is so beautiful that I asked Praketh, the record labels and artists if I could share the mix with you on this week’s solipsistic NATION. Happily, they all said yes.
As I said, the original mix is no longer available and that’s got me thinking about the shows I release on solipsistic NATION. Each podcast is, ultimately, disposable media.
Let me explain what I’m talking about.
I spend hours putting these shows together and each week you download the latest edition of solipsistic NATION, listen to it, and then delete from your computer or MP3 player. I’m not complaining. I do the same thing.
But when I downloaded Praketh’s podcast I was so enchanted with his mix that I never deleted it. …
26. Jun. 2006, 0:35 von keoshiThe following list is my current Lounge Music TOP10 with my best song picks:
01. Tycho (Past Is Prologue)
02. MÚM (We Have a Map of the Piano)
03. Zero 7 (Destiny)
04. Frou Frou (Must Be Dreaming)
05. Röyksopp (What Else Is There?)
06. St. Germain (Latin Note)
07. Télépopmusik (Breathe)
08. Portishead (Roads)
09. Boards of Canada ('84 Pontiac Dream)
10. Air (Alone In Kyoto)
By the way, I am referring to 'lounge' not as a genre or anything, just a state of mind - sort of.