I’m doing a little bit of a “re-branding” on the regular columns here, to use the same name on the blog posts and the playlists. But it’s still Silent Sunday, and here’s no less than FOUR really great new ambient releases! Continue reading Ambient Universe (Silent Sunday #38)
Here’s two tracks that both are what we could describe as “more eighties than the eighties itself”. Ergo, perfect additions to our playlist of that very title! Continue reading Synthwave Saturday #5
This time I aim for maximal contrast, as I pick two dance tracks that quite likely can’t get much further apart with the vibe they radiate. You’ll understand once you hear’em! Continue reading Max contrast
With me expanding the scope of this blog to also embrace the milder genres of nu jazz and the likes, it’s easy to suspect that I’ve grown softer with age.
But I’ve not. Here’s three fantastically gritty, ugly, monstrous beats from the Techno scene!
Continue reading Wednesday Wilderness: Time to get dirty again
Tuesday is an as good day as any to enter our underground Deep House lounge, where all the right people hang. Here’s three new deep releases from the “recommended” shelf. Continue reading Deep Lounge Tuesday
Three real loungy and laid-back jazz grooves on the menu today. Pure silk. Easily accessible. These are three tracks also for those who are not yet a part of the jazz crowd. Continue reading Feelgood Jazz For The Masses
Drones. Let’s face it, however much we want to discover new content in our ambient selections, we will always return to them. It’s such a quintessential part of what ambient is all about.
Here’s two classic drone based creations, followed by something quite different! Continue reading Silent Sunday #37
Let’s clear our heads a little, and dive into the experimental pool and explore these three newly released tracks that all offer something refreshingly different. Let’s enter the electronica outskirts. Continue reading The Electronica Outskirts #2
Filthy, broken beats. Staccato madness. Kicks that rumble, samples that scatters around. Welcome to the genre Breakbeat. A genre we’d love to see revived! Continue reading Revive the filth!