Electro podcast : Deep Electronics # 359

Here is the 359th chapter of the Deep Electronics serie. Released every two weeks the serie brings you a diversity into the abyss of deep electronic music. This week Jeff Chill is back with another set here on the channel. This time old and new Elektro music will sound tru your speakers! Prepare for a 1-hour journey into the abyss of elektro.

Tracklist:
01. DJ Stingray 313 Lead From the Shadows
02. Alden Tyrell – Obsession (More Obsession Remix)
03. Plant 43 – Cavernous Bones
04. Sound Synthesis — Mechanics of Dreams
05. The Advent – Wasper – Comply EP
06. The Advent – Stasis V2 [CE035]
07. The Advent – Funkage
08. DJ Stingray 313 Reverse Engineering
09. A Number of Names – Sharivari 2013 (Aux 88 Digital Mix)
10. Anthony Rother-EXT
11. Sound Synthesis – Neurolink Cyborg
12. Cignol — Solar Drift
13. KZA – Mechanique (2010)
14. Voice Stealer – Evaluation (Original) [KNOE 72]
15. Jean Michel Jarre – Oxygene II _ Remix (Axelsoft’s Night Version)

Loungin mix vol 006 for the summer (2022)

Loungin: To move or act in a lazy, relaxed way; loll: lounging on the sofa; lounged around in pajamas. Featuring Andrew Weatherhall remixes, Funki porcini, and Amon Tobin.

  1. Transmitting Live From Mars De La Soul
  2. Funki Porcini – Purrfect
  3. Adam Halogen – Length and Brecht (Synkro Remix)
  4. DJ Morpheus – Brain Thing
  5. Luke Vibert – Music Called Jazz
  6. Electric Counterpoint Edit
  7. Bob Marley – Sun is Shining Remix (chill out remix)
  8. Amon Tobin – Slowly – Supermodified
  9. L’Impératrice – Vanille fraise
  10. BP Fallon & David Holmes – ‘Henry McCullough’ (Andrew Weatherall Remix)
  11. BP Fallon & David Holmes – ‘Henry McCullough’ (Andrew Weatherall Dub)
  12. Yves Simon – Au Pays Des Merveilles De Juliet (Psychemagik Edit)
  13. Sueño Latino – Sueño Latino
  14. Nick Holder – Summer Daze
  15. The Doors edit
  16. Edit Butthler – La Cantina [Star Wars jazzy mix]
  17. Nina Simone – Sinnerman (Felix da Housecat’s Heavenly House Extended Vocal Mix)
  18. Frenic – Deep Secrets
  19. Björk – Innocence (Alva Noto Unitxt remodel 12” remix)
  20. Beck – Cellphone’s Dead (Jamie Lidell Limited Minutes remix)
  21. Nightmares On Wax – Night’s Introlude
  22. Ariane Moffatt – Everybody Hurts 

Aural Sedation (2 h 50 with Global Communication)

 

A whole galaxy of multi-coloured uppers, downers, screamers and laughers…

  1. Arthur C Clarke predicts the internet in 1964
  2. The Grid-Rollercoaster
  3. Aural Sedative-Amba
  4. Tom Middleton Enchanting
  5. Lone – 05 23 (Remix of Global Communication)
  6. How-many-languages-do-you-speak-C3PO
  7. Jedi Knights-the truth
  8. Jedi Knights-afterlife
  9. Reload-Ev-i-loy
  10. Reload-Akzinor
  11. Reload-The Enlightenment
  12. Sensorama-Aspirin (Global Communication remix)
  13. Tangerine Dream – Love On A Real Train (Chillout Remix)
  14. Vangelis-Creation Du Monde
  15. 4-02
  16. Jon Anderson-Amor Real
  17. 9-39
  18. Epsilon Phase (Pentamerous Metamorphosis 1993)
  19. 0-54
  20. Global Communication(Mini-Mix by Tamaris)
  21. Global Communication-alpha phase
  22. Global Communication-Gamma Phase
  23. Slowdive – In Mind (Reload remix)
  24. Warp 69 – Natural High (Global Communication remix)
  25. Global Communication-Epsilon Phase
  26. Global Communication-Delta Phase
  27. Global Communication ~ Beta Phase
  28. Global Communication-Incidental Harmony
  29. Reload-The Biosphere
  30. Astral Projection-Tom Middleton

Blue rooms (The Orb megamixes) : part 001

February 11, 2022 2 comments

 

Whenever I think about the Orb, I go back to 1991, when Little fluffy clouds was released and when I heard it, I knew I would become an electronic music buff. Afterwards, I got into pirate radio stations that would broadcast techno from the early Tresor compilations and early trance on Eye Q records, but I was mostly an ambient-techno head (And IDM) and drawn towards the experimental side of electronic music. I had already taken a keen interest into the works of Kraftwerk, Tangerine dream and Vangelis but to me, The Orb and ambient was rather more radical but also enjoyable and above all, incredibly fun to listen to; it had a playful vibe that was and still is sorely lacking in music nowadays. It’s with the release of U.F.O.R.B. and the live CD (1993) that I became mesmerized by the band.
 
Thereby, I began collecting all the CD singles I could possibly get my hands on. From 1991 to 1994, a CD single could fetch around 30 $ or even more if it was imported. I bought FFWD (Fripp Fehlman Weston Dr Alex Patterson) for nearly 60 $ in 1994 ! (About about $112.88 today in adjusted dollars)… It was tedious back then to collect music. There was no Internet and we had to read interviews in magazines like Musik or Mixmag to gather input on the scene. But it gave me and others a keen and genuine interest in quality electronic music, and from then on, I picked on other scenes as well, but my first love was and still is home listening electronic music and labels like Rising high, GPR, R&S and of course Warp records / Skam.
 
In 2010, I made a 3 h 13 minute mix on The Orb to commemorate their 20 th year, the mix was taken down by Soundcloud on the request of an ex band member, but I was glad to meet other fans of the band and keep on collecting even more Orb rarities such as : edits from Soundcloud from DJ’s and producers, remixes I had never heard before by The Orb, covers, live versions by the band itself, tracks & snippets Orb had sampled, obscure collabs with M.B.M. and Lee Scratch Perry (RIP), as well as funny & playful stuff The Orb had sampled from radio stations (check out Big tits in America with Sex pistols!). It’s with great pleasure I thereby made this mix in a one live cut which lasted over 9 h 00 !!!! (on my radio show) ; I then edited it and trimmed it from 6 h 00 to around 5 h 00, and split it into two segments !
 
Part 002 will follow soon!
 
 
 
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TRACKLISTING
 
1) Intro an ting Victor Lewis smith
2) Towers of Dub
3) Towers of Dub (Open Fire) – The Orb & William S Burroughs
4) Revolutionaries – Bamba In Dub
5)1855 BC The Orb vs. Meat Beat Manifesto (Battersea Shield)
6) Plateau (Live 93 Disc 1)
7) Back Side of the Moon (The Orb’s Adventures Beyond the Ultraworld)
8 ) The Upsetter – Capo (The Orb Remix – unreleased)
9) The Lost Stoned Pandas – The Great Lockdown Of 2020 (The Orbs Freedom Over Fear Mix)
10) Outlands
11) Perpetual Dawn
12) Golden Clouds (Youth Gigantic Dreadnaught Dub Mix)
13) Little Fluffy Clouds (Cumulonimbus Mix)
14) Sun electric : O’locco (Space Therapy)
15) I Have a Dream speech by Martin Luther King Jr
16) Little Fluffy Clouds (Universal Solution Mix)
17) The Sex pistols : Big Tits Across America
18) Spanish Castles in Space: Extended Youth Mix (Youth)
19) Fischerman’s Friend – Money $ (Orb Clubmix) (1989)
20) O.O.B.E. (Andy Hughes Mix)
21) Blue Room (Ambient At Mark Angelo’s Mix)
22) 3 AM Eternal (Blue Danube Orbital Mix from KLF005R)
23) Little Fluffy Clouds (Less Fluff Mix)
24) A Huge Ever Growing Pulsating Brain (Larkebird Mix)
25) Mad Professor – Fast Forward Into Dub
26) FFWD –  Hidden
27) FFWD – Lucky Saddle
28) Into the Fourth Dimension (Essenses in Starlight)
29) Assassin (Chocolate Hills Of Bohol Mix)

The Biosphere (From Space to Earth)

February 3, 2022 Leave a comment

There are many different ways that the biosphere affects climate. Some produce greenhouse gases and promote warming of our planet through the greenhouse effect, while others reduce the amount of greenhouse gases promoting cooling of our planet. Thereby, by trapping heat, greenhouse gases contribute to our planet’s warming and the biosphere provides the necessary environmental conditions for survival. And of course, Biosphere is the moniker of one Geir Janssen, who has been a constant influence on ambient music throughout his career. From Space to Earth, I hope you will enjoy your flight with Chill Air in the Biosphere (=


The Biosphere (Space & Earth)

1) Brickman : Sputnik (2011) 00:00:00
2) Moontrip – New Composers, Pete Namlook ‎– Planetarium 2 (1999) 00:02:00
3) Biosphere – Laika – Substrata (1997) 00:04:00
4) Biosphere – Kobresia – Substrata (1997) 00:16:00
5) Biosphere – The Third planet v. 1 00:18:00
6) Biosphere Startoucher (1997 + 1994) 00:20:00
7) Alva Noto – Xerrox Radieuse (2015) 00:22:30
8 ) Irezumi – Untitled 6 (2008) 00:27:30
9) Black dog – For the love of tish (2021) 00:29:30
10) Dr Atmo – Humanity (2021) 00:32:00
11) Warmth – Anchorage (2017) 00:33:00
12) Aythar – Cosmic resonance part 2 (2010) 00:38:00
13) Aythar – Moon landing (2016) 00:42:00
14) Space mission Apollo 8 (1969)
15) Mick Chillage : Over ingia (2014) 00:46:00
16) Michael Sterns : Toto, I got a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore (1981) 00:56:00
17) As by Eden – Alatna valley -> In Alaska (2015) 00:60:00
18) Autumn Of Communion – Autumn Of Communion (2012) 01:06:00
19) ASC – Hadal Zone [SSCD22] ( 2019 ) 01:14:00
20) Hirotaka Shirotsubaki- Hydrangea1.0+1.1 (2011) 01:19:00
21) Higher Intelligence Agency & Biosphere – White Lightning (1996) 01:24:00
22) Warmth – Spherule (2018) 01:30:00
23) Melanohelios – Waveforms Shatter as the Event Horizon Orbit Decays (2017) 01:34:00
24) Boqurant – Transmissions — STS 51-D (2015) 01:40:00
25) Marconi Union – Weightless (2012) 01:44:00
26) Event horizon – IJO (2017) 01:51:00
27) When(AmbientDrones) 01:54:00
28) Life-in-the-freezer–footsteps-in-the-snow-episode 06 (BBC)
29) Moss Covered Technology – She & Him (2021) 01:56:00
30) Warmth – 1980 (2016) 02:00:00
31) Ryoji Ikeda – Luxus 1-3 (1995) 02:06:00
32) Mick Chillage – Dreamtime Recorder for Oona & Ivor (2021) 02:10:00
33) Purl – Sagan (Warmth’s Place Of Peace)-(2016) 02:26:00
34) Atmøsphäre – Green Planet (2020) 02:32:00
35) Moss Covered Technology – Wind Shaped (2021) 02:35:00
36) Altus – A different universe (2004) 02:38:00
37) Atom heart – 10. [Live At Sel i-s-c 11] ( 1994 ) 02:44:00
38) Atom heart – 10. [Live At Sel i-s-c 12] ( 1994 ) 02:47:00
39) Nthng – Shine (2019) 02:52:00
40) Biosphere – Strigiformes (2016) 02:56:00

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Contains samples from movies & documentaries :

The Andromeda strain
The Martian chronicles
Various sources of Sputnik & Russian satellites
Life-in-the-freezer–footsteps-in-the-snow-episode 06 (BBC)
Enter the void by Gaspar Noé
Jean-Louis Étienne in Spitzberg, Nuit Blanche Sur La Banquise (1996)

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5 h 00 Dub techno Journey

January 18, 2022 Leave a comment

1) DJ Metatron – The Journey [GIEGLING18] 00:00:00

2) Sub.made – Wave of Thought 00:05:00

3) Klartraum – Diving Dancer (Weisses Licht Into The Deep Remix) 00:04:00

4) mon0 – Träume Vergangener Zeiten 00:09:37

5) B. Toriyama-Innen 00:14:24

6) Deeperwalk – Warm Waves 00:24:28

7) Isaac Highway – No Lsd [Superordinate Dub Waves] 00:29:28

8) Roman Ridder – Departure To Space 00:31:37

9) Radius – Soul Rotation (Unreleased Mix) 00:36:00

10) Yagya – Sleepygirl 5 00:43:46

11) Simon Spe – Cognitive Sense 00:47:30

12) B. Toriyama – Suspend Dub 00:51:30

13) Yagya – Sleepygirl 2 00:57:06

14) Alex Humann – Visions – Original Mix 01:01:30

15) R.Hz – Through The Horizon 01:03:49

16) Mon0 – Gray Skies 01:07:21

17) Heavenchord – Journey Into The Subconscious 01:15:00

18) Like a Child again (Sampled by MBM on Acid again) 01:28:15

19) The KLF – What Time Is Dub? (Salz Stripped Down Acid Dub) 01:32:15

20) Yagya – Snowflake 3 01:37:30

21) Andrea Suglia – Everything Takes Time 01:43:00

22) Atticus Ross panoramic (riccicomoto´s soulriders dub) 01:48:00

23) Ben Buitendijk – Apollo [OBQ002] 01:53:30

24) Heavenchord – Babylon Techno Rocker 02:01:00

25) Havantepe – Passing By (Roger Gerressen Remix) [BERG AUDIO] 02:08:30

26) In Aeternam Vale – Ultrabase 02:14:00

27) Mike Huckaby – Sandcastle (The Culture Box Re Edit) 02:20:00

28) Maurizio – Mø7b 02:25:00

29) Model 500 – Starlight (Echospace Unreleased Mix) 02:33:00

30) Ben Buitendijk – Transcended Being 02:37:30

31) Slownoise-idle-dub 02:47:00

32) Akufen – Architextures A1 03:01:45

33) David Alvarado – Blue (Original Dub Mix) 03:06:00

34) Mystik – Seppuku (Original Mix) 03:12:30

35) Yagya – Nebulous Egress [OHM Series] 03:14:45

36) Theorem – Ring 03:19:45

37) d. diggler – silverfinger (forcetracks) 03:27:30

38) Brommage Dub – Brommage Dub 03:30:45

39) Sanasol – Matrix Noise 03:37:30

40) Parallel 9 – Quadrus (1996) 03:45:30

41) Delano Smith _ – Untitled_5 03:52:00

42) Heavenchord – Moon Garden 03:52:20

43) JICHAEL MACKSON – THE GRASS IS ALWAYS GREENER 03:57:00

44) Heavenchord – Night Snowfall edit 04:02:15

45) Havantepe -Re-Uptake 04:12:30

46) STL – Silent State 04:19:45

47) Wata Igarashi – Night 04:32:22

48) Sounds &amp; Sequences – Shining 04:40:13

49) Luigi Tozzi – Bathypelagic Zone 04:50:00

50) Mateo Murphy – Inside out 04:55:00

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Dreamscape – A journey into 90’s chill rooms and rave culture (1990-2000)

January 5, 2022 Leave a comment
https://www.digitalartsonline.co.uk/cmsdata/features/3790730/ds1_1991_0_front_cropped_72dpi.jpgDreamscape: A journey into 90’s chil rooms and rave culture (1990-2000)
When we go back and look at the 1990’s we may assess it as perhaps the last decade of pure hedonistic bliss and joy. I’ve selected tracks from 1990 to 2000 because I think creativity really dried up afterwards, sadly. This trip down memory lane is brought to you by the legendary english rave Dreamscape, from which this sleeve comes from. Follow the white rabbit here as the Dreamscape concept is explained. The music reflects these times as well as techno coming into its own, and ambient’s creative output at a peak around 1993-1994, as there genres were just in their infancy. A lot of these tracks feature voice samples from documentaries such as Life in the freezer (1993) with David Attenborough, as sampled by Biosphere ( here is the link go at 23 minutes for the sample), from vocals of Mary J. Applegate (Liquid air) which infused a sense of the psychedelics found in chill out rooms to the timeless voice of Terence Mc Kenna featured on The Shamen and with Spacetime continuum on their album Alien dreamtime (1993). What made the 90’s so great for this music was probably the novelty effect, the fact that it was new, and people were not afraid to experiment on the spur of the moment. Massive studios were also needed to create techno back then which made the musicians incredibly aware of their gear. I’ve included several dubs on this mix which showcases the music coming full cycle, and brings a breath of fresh air to those classics such as Papua new Guinea or L.F.O. – L.F.O. – most of the tracks showcased in this mix I have personally heard them in raves or mix them in Chill out rooms as early as 1992! I still remember the 1st time I heard Stella in a rave in 1993…I came to a rave in 1995, in an elevator, the rave was called Matrix, as I entered the room Kenny Larkin’s Loop 2 was playing! We’ll finish the mix with my own edit of Ob-selon-mi-os, which I call The grandfather edit, made last year…To quote Johnny Cab in Total recall : ”We hope you enjoyed the ride”!

(OMG)..it’s full of stars…

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P.-S.: As for the design of the flyer/image

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This design for ESP’s Dreamscape 1 would become iconic in the rave world. The main face image became the subject of many conversations as to who it was and remains a mystery other than it was the front cover of Omega Science Digest magazine in 1984.

  1. INTRO-test-transmission (1994) 
  2. The Orb – Plateau (1995)
  3. Biosphere – The seal and the hydrophone (1994)
  4. Meat beat manifesto – Set your receivers (1996)
  5. Speedy J – Lanzarote (1995)
  6. Air Liquide – Liquid air (1992)
  7. Spacetime continuum – Fluerescence (1993)
  8. The Shamen – Scientas- The Irresistible Force Remix (1993)
  9. A positive Life – The calling (ambient mix-1993)
  10. Beaumont Hannant – Woven Textures (1994)
  11. Young Girl Talking About Color While Tripping on LSD
  12. Speedy J – The Oil Zone (1995)
  13. Andy Falconer – Voyager (1993)
  14. Kirk Degiorgio aka As One – Orchilla (1994)
  15. The Orb – Little Fluffy Clouds (Universal Solution Mix)
  16. The KLF – What Time Is Love (Rich Lane Cotton Dub)
  17. Mental Cube – Q (Rich Lane Cotton Dub)
  18. Jega – Oak Hanger (1996)
  19. LFO – LFO (Rich Lane Cotton Dub)
  20. Underground Resistance The Theory (1991)
  21. THE ORB – A Huge Ever Growing Pulsating Brain (Larkebird Mix)
  22. Drum Club – Sound System (Underworld Mix-(1993))
  23. Moby – Go (Woodtick Mix) [Instinct Records 1991]
  24. Jam & Spoon – Stella ( Jona.B Remix)-original 1992
  25. The Future Sound Of London – Papua New Guinea (Balthazar & JackRock Bootleg) -original 1991
  26. Amorphous Androgynous – Liquid Insects (1993)
  27. BFC aka Carl Craig – Galaxy (1990)
  28. Future Sound Of London- Lifeforms (Rigger’s Wanderer Remix)
  29. 808 State ‘Pacific State’ (greg wilson electric chair edit)
  30. FSOL – Papua New Guinea (Egoless remix)
  31. Papua State mashup (Jeff Chill)
  32. Om – Here Comes The Sun (1993)
  33. UR – Kamikaze (1992)
  34. 3 phase feat. Dr Motte – Der klang der familie (F.U.S.E. mix-1992)
  35. System 7 – Alpha Wave (Plastikman Acid House Mix)-1995
  36. Vapourspace _ Gravitational Arch Of 10 (1993)
  37. Ege Bam Yasi – Acid Nation – The Birth Of An Acid Nation (1994)
  38. Kenny Larkin – Loop 2 (1996)
  39. Der Dritte Raum – Hale Bopp (1998)
  40. Ege Bam Yasi – Group Of Seven Nations (G7 Mix)-1994
  41. Joey Beltram – Energy Flash (Graffiti On Mars Remix) A [1999]
  42. Choice – Acid Eiffel (1993)
  43. Speedy J _ Ginger (1993)
  44. Leftfield & Lydon – Open Up (Dervish Overdrive)-1993
  45. Mantrax – Scarlet Circus (White R&S-1992)
  46. The Age Of Love (Charlotte de Witte & Enrico Sangiuliano Remix)
  47. Ebi aka Susumu Yokota – Hi (1994)
  48. Orbital vs. Opus III – Halcyon + It’s A Fine Day (1991)
  49. ITN ITV News Report on Leeds Rave Summer (1990)
  50. Gus Gus – Anthem (2000)
  51. Future Sound Of London- Room 208 (Rigger’s Schmidt Hall Remix)
  52. Aural Sedative- Amba (1997)
  53. Global communication – Ob-selon-mi-nos Grandfather edit Jeff Chill
  54. A conversation with Ricki Lee Jones (Sampled on Little fluffy clouds)
  55. How many languages do you speak? C3PO

Steve Roach ambient mix (Invisible landscapes) 1982-

December 11, 2021 Leave a comment

A longstanding leader in contemporary electronic music, composer and multi-instrumentalist, Steve Roach (born 1955 in La Mesa, California) drew on the beauty and power of the earth’s landscapes to create lush, meditative soundscapes influential on the emergence of ambient. Inspired by the music of Tangerine Dream, Klaus Schulze, and Vangelis and by the Peter Weir film The Last Wave, in 1988, Roach journeyed to the Australian outback, with field recordings of aboriginal life inspiring his acknowledged masterpiece, the double-album Dreamtime Return.

After relocating to the desert outskirts of Tucson, Arizona, Roach established his own recording studio, Timeroom, and in the years to follow grew increasingly prolific, creating both as a solo artist and in tandem with artists including Robert Rich, Michael Stearns, – in all, close to two dozen major works in the 1990s alone, all of them located at different points on the space-time continuum separating modern technology and primitive music.

Steve Roach : Ambient retrospective (Invisible landscapes) 1982-

Read more about Steve Roach essential music on the ambient music guide.

1) Floyd Westerman, also known as Kanghi Duta (“Red Crow” in Dakota)
2) Mercurius Alchemical Creation From The Realm Of Opposites – Mercurius / 2018
3) The unreachable place (again) – Truth & Beauty / 1999
4) Deep sky time – New life dreaming / 2005
5) Memory – Empetus / 1986
6) Liminal – At The Threshold Of The In-Between – Mercurius / 2018
7) Calyx revelation – Halcyon days / 1996
8) Longing to be…- Sigh of ages / 2010
9) Night strands – The road eternal / 2011
10) Cloud Of Unknowing – The magnificient void / 1996
11) Cloud of knowing – Shadow of time / 2016
12) Infinite shore – The magnificient void / 1996
13) Specter – Desert Solitaire/ 1989
14) Aftermath – Truth & Beauty / 1999
15) Calyx revelation w/Stephen Kent / Kenneth Newby – Halcyon Days / 1996
16) Oracle (part 2) – Mystic Chords & Sacred Spaces / 2003
17) Connected underground – Origins / 1993
18) HeartBreath – Tomorrow / 2020
19) One – 01 – Steve Roach, Byron Metcalf, Mark Seelig – Mantram / 2004
20) Immanent – Mercurius / 2018
21) Structures from silence – Structures from silence / 1984
22) Ascension for protection – Cavern of sirens / 1997
23) The current below – Cavern of sirens / 1997
24) Aeon – Mercurius / 2018
25) Birth still of places – Dynamic stillness / 2009
26) Soul tones – Soul tones / 2012
27) Underground clouds over a secret grotto – Atmospheric conditions / 1999
28) HearAfter – The Delicate Forever / 2014
28) Perfect sky – The Delicate Forever / 2014
29) Quiet friend – Structures from silence / 1984
30) The return – Dreamtime Return / 1988
31) This life – Day out of time / 2002
32) Cloud of New Promise / Michael Stearns ‎– Beyond Earth & Sky / 2021
33) The initiation – Steve Roach, David Hudson, Sarah Hopkins – Australia: Sound Of The Earth / 2001

Future noir (40 years of Blade runner universe)

November 15, 2021 Leave a comment

In techno’s conceptual world, the link between technology and music is oblivious. Music made by technology and Science-fiction go hand in hand. But it was the concepts tackled by Ridley Scott (director), Douglas Turnbull (special effects) and Hampton Fancher (Screenwriter), not to mention Vangelis ethereal ambient soundtrack that formed the basis of the idea that artificial intelligence is already an essential part of our lives. Nowadays, the Icloud, smart houses, cleaning robots, Google’s assistance, and Alexa’s devices which can be queried at all times during the day and spawns one essential question: does reality overshadow fiction or the opposite?

Furthermore, nearly 35 years after Techno was pioneered and crafted in Detroit, it was in the United Kingdom that the genre was blessed with its Lettre de noblesse. Outfits like B-12, Higher intelligence agency, FSOL, Autechre, Reload and Orbital all were influenced as much by science-fiction and pioneers of electronic music such as Vangelis. Future noir is now reality. To quote Rachel (Sean Young) and Rick Deckard( Harrison Ford) in Blade runner:
‘’It’s artificial’’? – Deckard
‘’Of course it is’’ – Rachel

FUTURE NOIR (40 years of Blade runner universe)
1.0 Off World (Blade runner blues soundscapes)
2.0 Blade runner warmup
3.0 Jibaros – Colora
4.0 Rick Deckard & Harry Bryant
5.0 Launch approval droned
6.0 James Bernard – Mars rain
7.0 Monolake – April 2015
8.0 As by Eden – Rachael
9.0 Deckard’s introduction
10.0 Vangelis – Blade runner’s blues 432 HZ
11.0 The Fires of Ork – The Fires of Ork 2
12.0 Autechre – Kalpol introl
13.0 Aphex Twin – 9 un chopped
14.0 Vangelis – Esper analysis (Animoid part 001)
15.0 Vangelis – Esper analysis (Animoid part 002)
16.0 Haloed – Off-world: (Blade runner remix album)
17.0 Orginal substitute – What’s on your mind?
18.0 Frank Klepacki – Fifth sector – animoid row
19.0 Blade Runner 2049 Baseline Test
20.0 F.S.O.L. Central Industrial
21.0 Skee Mask – Kozmic Flush
22.0 Tycho – Japan (Instrumental)
23.0 Com Truise – Karova (Bonus Track)
24.0 The Future Sound of London – Yage
25.0 Susumu Yokota – Kodomotachi (Irezumi Tribute Remix)
26.0 Jega – Phlax
27.0 Aleksi Perala – Escort
28.0 Abfahrt Hinwil – Trilogy
29.0 Hal 9000 [Dialog Montage] – 2001:A Space Odyssey Original
30.0 The Higher Intelligence Agency Hubble
31.0 Blade Runner – Voight-Kampff Test
32.0 BFC (Carl Craig) – Sleep
33.0 Repo Man – Flying Saucers & Time Machines (1984)
34.0 Mikron – Locus Reave
35.0 FSOL – It’s Not My Problem
36.0 Remake – Blade Runner (Maceo Plex Renaissance Remix)
37.0 They live (The Preacher)
38.0 FSOL – Expander
39.0 CiM – Shift
40.0 Orbital vs. Opus III – Halcyon + It’s A Fine Day
41.0 Sterac – Astronotes (2.5)
42.0 Savvas Ysatis – Club Soda
43.0 Thor – Aliens Don’t Boogie
44.0 A. Moshi – Blade runner 2049 bootleg
45.0 Sound Synthesis – Neurolink Cyborg
46.0 Wild Planet – Electron
47.0 Disjecta – Gammi
48.0 Skee Mask – CZ3000 Dub
49.0 Reload – Phase 4
50.0 Reload – Teq
51.0 Skee Mask Lil DB Tool
52.0 Autechre – Basscadet
53.0 Cignol – Machine dependence
54.0 Plant 43 – Luna
55.0 They live (The Preacher)
56.0 Carl Craig – Science Fiction
57.0 Lone – Under Cherry Blossoms (Minds Eye Reprise)
58.0 Biosphere – Cloudwalker II
59.0 Cliff Martinez – Thank God You’re Awake Remix
60.0 Samples from the motion picture Scanners
61.0 69 aka Carl Craig – Desire
62.0 Air Liquide – If there was no gravity
63.0 Seba – Dangerous Days
64.0 F.U.S.E.- Into the Space
65.0 Voiceprintid from THX-1138 (1971)
66.0 FSOL – Eyes pop skin explodes
67.0 Synkro – Piano voices
68.0 FSOL – My kingdom
69.0 Vangelis – Rachel’s song
70.0 Fracture + Neptune – Continuities
71.0 Dilinja – Silver blade
72.0 Dilinja – The angels fell (2015 remaster)
73.0 B-12 – VOID/COMM
74.0 Tears in rain monologue
75.0 Hans Zimmer – Tears in the rain

Yearly podcast for Deep electronics

October 13, 2021 Leave a comment

 



TRACKLIST
01. Glimmer – Roman Ridder
02. Radius – Soul Rotation (Unreleased Mix)
03. Mathimidori – Kioku
04. Spiral Dub – Feedback Control
05. Tony Allen – Ole-Moritz meets Ella Fitzgerald edit
06. Rhythm & Sound w_ Tikiman – Ruff Way (Afefe Iku Remix)
07. Deadbeat – Grounation (Berghain Drum Jack)
08. Roger Gerressen – Spirit
09. Janeret – Air (Ben Buitendijk Remix) [Berg Audio]
10. Deadbeat – Deep Structure
11. Sebbo – Watamu Beach (Original Mix)
12. Spiral Dub – Reverie
13. Heavenchord – Night Snowfall
14. Agoria – Fabric 57 – Night and Day – Ole remix & Original
15. Ella Fitzgerald – Lover Man (Acapella Vocals Only)
16. Mathimidori – Ork (Rod Modell Version) [ECHOCORD088]

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