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 Post subject: syndae - episode 189
PostPosted: Fri Sep 14, 2012 11:00 pm 
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Actually, a date much more important than the world's destruction as the Maya are alleged to have said: the Electronic Circus is close. One week to go, on September 22nd! Come and meet in Gütersloh, where you will experience fantastic live concerts, like from the band first on tonight's show: Sankt Otten with Sequencer Liebe.
Many artists have announced their visit to the Circus, like Robert Schroeder, Michael Mertens (Propaganda), and Bodo Staiger (Rheingold). Further, it is very likely that Winfrid Trenkler will be there and also Rainer Sauer, both anchormen of famous radio shows on electronic music. Another well reknown guest will be Bernd Kistenmacher, who also has some live appearances later on in October, being the main act at E-Live. We have an excerpt from his re-released Head Visions on tonight's show.
Talking about E-Live, which is over a month ahead on October 27st, Fanger & Schönwälder will have a special appearance at the Grand Café. And, of course, a nice track on this edition from Stromschlag.
I do not know about any live events of the following artist, but he just put out a marvellous album. It's UK's very own Data Rebel who set Dreams for an Abstract Mind to music. Another fresh addition to syndae is Bertrand Loreau from France, where we have two tracks of his current album Journey through the past. Fine french electronic music not being jarreish.
More fresh sounds come from Fascinating Earthbound Objects, a USA based artist, and his latest compositional work And so the game has gone. And finally, we have Andreas Baaden with his just released album Polarlicht.
Hope, you will enjoy tonight's tracks as much as I did. Take care.


Travelling on free waves at: http://www.syndae.de/episodes/508-episode-189

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 Post subject: syndae - episode 190
PostPosted: Thu Sep 20, 2012 11:00 pm 
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One day early, as I'll be on the road tomorrow evening, we'll be going into darker material tonight, drifting somewhere in between ambient and industrial electronica. So it is time to let your mind take a grip on softer and harsher waves, floating or backed by creaking sounds and drifting beats.
We start out smoothly with Light and Shadow by Janne Hanhisuanto. Calmly followed by Incentive's RERA pushing us a bit towards the end, which leads right into some more technical world by Rasul Mono from his Silhouettes. Afterwards, The Nikki Grace Experience puts some experimental thrill to it. We'll be cought by the Jarguna and his dark and thriving movements from Waiting for a Call from the Unknown. Just to be challenged by some driving technology from Hanetration's Torn Heat. And it is Ross Baker with his Photografic Reflection soothing us with dark and peaceful soundwaves, seamlessly floating into the Genuine Machina by Ivan Black, which in the end turns out to push us forward. Only, to even out with Bengalfuel's Neely.
Have a great time and take care.

Darker matters at: http://www.syndae.de/episodes/509-episode-190

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 Post subject: syndae - episode 191
PostPosted: Fri Sep 28, 2012 11:00 pm 
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After the show is before the show, at least there are more nice shows coming up in October. And, as you know, I love teasing you. But before that, I would like to introduce you to a quartett, one fourth I got to know at the Electronic Circus last weekend. They are Erren, Fleißig, Schöttler and Steffen who took a week off in Ouddorp (NL) to simple record some music. And it got really well. Fine and modern Berlin School on Ouddorp Takes.
For the next event, well, there are a handful of tickets left. So, if you're quick, you get to hear very nice electronic music at the Radio Happy Event on October 6th. For example, by Rainbow Serpent and BatteryDead, where I have tracks from 8th Nerv and Sands of Deception, respectively.
The next major EM event, of course, is E-Live on October 27th in Oirschot. Two of their live acts on tonight's show: Gert Emmens and Ruud Heij, with a track from their album Blind Watchers of a Vanishing Night, and Bernd Kistenmacher, with one song from his Head-Visions. And, btw., Bernd will also be live on stage at November 24th, together with Din-A-Testbild.
Make sure you visit at least on of the coming events, as there is more to electronic music than what you get from your headphones.
Enjoy your weekend!

Getting happy at: http://www.syndae.de/episodes/510-episode-191-fixed

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 Post subject: syndae - episode 192
PostPosted: Fri Oct 05, 2012 11:00 pm 
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Are you missing me moderating the show? Or are you rather enjoying the continuous mix, syndae currently presents? Please, let me know, add a comment to this post or send me an e-mail. I might set up a poll, if that helps decide on the future style of the show.
On tonight's episode, you will get a bunch of music from new releases. Experience your first encounter with Alien Voices in cooperation with Steve Schroyder who recently started distributing their album Qigong Dancing, which gives you a real extra terrestrial feeling with moving beats.
There are re-releases on the grill at SynGate by Syndromeda, like we present one of the track of 2006th Attack! If you need a Stressless Life, this you get by Klangwald.
The duo Northcore, consisting of australian Carl and british Jana, have just released their album Desatero, which is quite some artwork of electronic music. And we've got nice tracks of them. More great news, the brand new moonbooter CD Cosmophonica is out, having the real drive in it.
Finally, there is Glenn Main with tracks from Ripples. And this is to remind you of E-Live, which only is three weeks ahead, featuring not only Glenn Main, but Gert Emmens & Ruud Heij, as well as Bernd Kistenmacher. And some special appearances included, like Space Art. E-Live in Oirschot on October 27th.
Please, enjoy the show and don't forget to get back to me regarding voice over or not. Thanks. Good night. Take care.

Voices inside: http://www.syndae.de/episodes/517-episode-192

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 Post subject: syndae - episode 193
PostPosted: Fri Oct 12, 2012 11:00 pm 
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The voice is back, at least on the show. Thanks for the feedback, which was quite unanimous. So, more talking, less writing. Tonight's show is a mix of new and recent releases by well known and new artists. No special musical theme, but nevertheless it got a bit reflective in its mood. I hope you will enjoy fantastic tracks by Bernd Kistenmacher, Parallel Worlds & Dave Bessell, Paul Ellis, Remember Green, and Subterrestrial.

Reflective waves at: http://www.syndae.de/episodes/526-episode-193

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 Post subject: syndae - episode 194
PostPosted: Fri Oct 19, 2012 11:00 pm 
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Music for quieter nights on this episode, just what one needs to leave a busy week behind. Although ambient, the tracks of tonight's show will keep your mind in motion changing between lighter spacy music and darker soundscapes. On the playlist tonight are Alexander Chereshnev, Altus, Bruno Sanfilippo, Craig Padilla and Zero Ohms, Pete Farn, and Phobos.

Decelerating time at: http://www.syndae.de/episodes/528-episode-194

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 Post subject: syndae - episode 195
PostPosted: Fri Nov 09, 2012 11:00 pm 
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Happy to have you return to syndae. While I had a wonderful vacation, quite a bunch of new albums piled up, ready to be brought to your ears. On tonight's show, I have the pleasure to introduce five of them, each of which is really magnificent in its own way. Best to pick your phones, lean back, and enjoy 30 minutes of the finest music by David Wright, Darshan Ambient, Schiller, Stefan Erbe, and W.O.S.P.

All new notes at: http://www.syndae.de/episodes/530-episode-195

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 Post subject: syndae - episode 196
PostPosted: Fri Nov 16, 2012 11:00 pm 
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Here comes a binder full of tracks, all from recent releases. Quite a mix of experienced and younger artists, amongs which an interesting sampler comes from the Dhaka Electronic Scene, the show has a mini focus on. Well, come and join me on tonight's show with Alchemy Project, Art of Infinity, CoEx, Faber, Fahad Zaman, Mythos, and The B-Regiment.

Aural pick-and-mix at: http://www.syndae.de/episodes/531-episode-196

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 Post subject: syndae - episode 197
PostPosted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 11:00 pm 
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Covering some stylistic distance tonight, again a variety in music that is fun to be heard. This also is an opportunity to not only play new releases but also catch up with some great stuff that was waiting on my wait list for quite some time. May the juice be with you getting into tracks by AxBx, Biomass, Hecrom, Kebiin, Klangwald, Masterblaster, and PiXtar.

Splendid times with: http://www.syndae.de/episodes/532-episode-197

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 Post subject: syndae - episode 198
PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 11:00 pm 
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We're diving into rather calm waters tonight, visiting some recent releases in the domains of ambience or closely related tracks. I always find it fascinating, what these guys make of very few and low volume sounds, always making imgages flash into my mind. Let the music create your own personal short movies, with excellent tracks by B. Ashra, Darwin Raymond, Ice Guild Kaiser, Inference, and Tangram.

Colour your mind with: http://www.syndae.de/episodes/533-episode-198

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 Post subject: syndae - episode 199
PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2012 12:07 am 
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The end is near... if not of the world, but the end of 2012. And I am packing as many hopes as always into 2013 being a good follow up year. Well, it's all the dreams we have for the future, and that is what tonight's show will serve: lots and lots of dreams. Not to fall asleep, but to indulge phantasy. And you will with magnificent tracks by Andy Pickford, DreamerProject, Glenn Main, Hajo Liese, Heroines of the U.S.S.R., Insomus, Syndromeda, Weldroid, and Yog-Sothoth.

Daydreaming with: http://www.syndae.de/episodes/534-episode-199

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 21, 2012 11:01 pm 
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No apocalypse today, but on the contrary, a magnificent special edition of syndae tonight. Extraordinary tracks composed and provided especially for this christmas show. And again, separated in two editions: the rather forward tree edition and the much quieter snow edition. Enjoy fantastic music tonight with tracks by Altus, Akasha Project, Attic Beats/The Cosmic Garden, Bertrand Loreau, Brainwork, Data Rebel, Joost Egelie, Northcore, Pete Farn, Phillip Wilkerson, Phobos, Schulz, Shane Morris, and Weldroid.

Jingling flakes at: http://www.syndae.de/episodes/538-episode-xmas-2012

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 Post subject: syndae - episode 200
PostPosted: Fri Jan 04, 2013 11:00 pm 
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Whether you had a rough ride or smooth passage into 2013, welcome back to a fresh edition of syndae. Tonight's episode has quite a mixed sensational touch, feasting good old Berlin School to modern electronic beats. There's a two day concert coming right up next week, the annual Repelen event with our friendly Manikins Broekhuis, Keller & Schönwälder and guests. We further have a brand new release by Huron. And finally more great tracks from kahvi's free Tiny Robots compilation, by Advanced Dreams and Alkor.

Forked tones at: http://www.syndae.de/episodes/545-episode-200

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 Post subject: syndae - episode 201
PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2013 11:00 pm 
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A diverse ambient show awaits you tonight. We start off with music from the stars by [´ramp], a real planetarium treasure for your ears. Nice and soothingly followed by Drifting in Silence for a visit to sonic landscapes. Xan Alexander then takes us on a space ride Into the Unknown. Which ends in the labyrinth of Radio Free Clear Light's soundified chambers. We get Off Land, having some Circadian music to enjoy. And we meet the real self of Apollonious. Right before we drift off on a spacial journey with Shane Morris into his Omniverse.

Slow men at: http://www.syndae.de/episodes/546-episode-201

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 Post subject: syndae - episode 202
PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2013 11:00 pm 
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Going for some mental and cinematic experiences on tonight's show, music that makes you vibe and gives fun. Right at the start comes the recent album by Steve Roach, this time together with Byron Metcalf, providing really enigmatic sounds. Something new to syndae follows up, music from a tv score written by Blake Neely and very electronic music alike. Some great waveform thereafter by the music project named Point, and more wonderful music by Voyager. Finally, this episode closes with brilliant live music from a session by Weldroid.

Cinematic vibes at: http://www.syndae.de/episodes/547-episode-202

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