15 May 2012, 14:09 de dreamer4ever7
15 May 2012, 14:07 de dreamer4ever7
20 Ene 2012, 0:10 de sing-singWelcome & HNY! :)
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001. Strom Noir - Dni Stratili Svoju Farbu [ambient, drone]
002. John Maus - We Must Become The Pitiless Censors Of Ourselves [lo-fi, experimental]
003. Earth - Angels of Darkness, Demons of Light I [drone, doom]
004. Tropic of Cancer - The End Of All Things
005. Петля Нестерова - Baвилoнcкaя Бaшня 2xCD
006. Veronica Falls - Veronica Falls [lo-fi, noise pop]
007. Peaking Lights - 936 [psychedelic, lo-fi]
008. The KVB - Subjection/Subordination [post-punk, shoegaze]
009. Pulseprogramming - Charade Is Gold [idm, glitch]
010. Sunn O))) meets Nurse With Wound - The Iron Soul Of Nothing [doom, drone]
011. The Caretaker - An Empty Bliss Beyond This World
012. YoungTeam - Daydreamer
013. Burrrn - Blaze Down His Way Like The Space Show [japanese, shoegaze]
014. Boy Friend - Boy Friend EP [witch, lo-fi]
015. Ringo Deathstarr - Colour Trip [shoegaze, noise pop]
016. Broken Water - Peripheral Star
017. Beequeen - Port Out Starboard Home
5 Sep 2011, 16:05 de obsequiousI published a new mix on 8tracks titled "Modern Antique". It is built of very gentle antique sounds, clicks and echoes, with sleepy melodies.
The Caretaker, "An empty bliss beyond this World"
Pierre-Yves Macé, "Dialektisches Bild"
Anna Rose Carter & Pleq, "Sesom"
Life Toward Twilight, "Beside The Tree (1891)"
Library Tapes, "Accidental theme pt.1"
Christopher Bissonnette, "Tempest"
10 Jul 2011, 11:36 de red-green-blueCollected Dreamy Artists*
Álfheimr (post-rock)http://thomasrotter.bass4you.com/images/bandcamp.jpeghttp://farm4.static.flickr.com/3176/buddyicons/31256596@N05.jpg?1223671389 ~ Oak37
ólafur arnalds ~ intotheblue_
36 (downtempo)http://images.findicons.com/files/icons/2280/project_icons/32/website.png ~ hypnochicken
40 Winks (instrumental hip-hop) ~ Lilu_inc
???? ~ magic_windows
A Lily (idm ambient) ~ Nebo_V_Symerkax
A Sunny Day In Glasgow ~ postconditioned
A Winged Victory for the Sullen (neoclassical piano ambient) ~ skinship
Absent Without Leave (post-rock ambient)https://www.recordunion.com/images/myspace_icon.jpg ~ gollum234
Actors & Actresses ~ edgesoftwilight
Aedhon ~ araglar
Akira Kosemura ~ intotheblue_
Altus (deep space ambient) ~ Atmospheric7T7
Alwoods (psychill) ~ Stormsaber
Amiina (icelandic post-rock)http://images.findicons.com/files/icons/2280/project_icons/32/website.png ~ der666
Andrew Lahiff (space ambient) ~ Shotiko
24 Feb 2011, 18:54 de eternaldrifthttp://roloca.com/images/beyerdynamic-dt770-pro.jpg
Just received my new headphones the other day. Certain music should be appreciated on headphones. That is why I invested in a Beyerdynamic )))) DT770-PRO.
This is the 250 ohm version of the DT 770 Premium line, designed explicitly for use with dedicated stereo equipment such as home theater systems and headphone amplifiers. Conventional headphones with lower impedance ratings offer higher volumes at the same level of input, but need heavier drivers to compensate for low impedance or risk sounding muddy and distorted.
These cans are created more for a studio environment, however, this closed studio headphone is hand built in Germany and equalized to meet diffuse field EQ requirement — which means no enhanced sound "color" is added to my musical experience. I hear the music exactly how it is supposed to be heard, whilst within a closed, neutral sound stage. The sounds are extraordinary.
1 Ene 2010, 8:40 de lift-up
27 Dic 2009, 13:13 de liftmuziekhttp://headphonecommute.files.wordpress.com/2009/09/headphone-commute-150.jpg?w=150&h=150&h=150
I absolutely hate rating music. I hate dating it too, but rating… That’s just wrong. I mean, how can you compare the minimalist beauty of Taylor Deupree to the pounding beats of Chris Clark? What’s the scale here? Last year, in Headphone Commute’s Best of 2008, I attempted to tier my favorites into “Absolute Must“, “The Very Best“, and “The Essentials“, and even that, of course, is rating music. This year, I wanted to select my favorite releases from each category – but then I was faced with another dilemma – lumping music into genres is probably even worse than rating it! All this negativity has been clouding over me until in a bout of frustration I came out with the answer!
And so, I present you with 15 lists of 10 favorite releases unified by a unique theme in alphabetical order by artist. That’s 150 albums of the year! You will see that these entries tend to fall within similar styles anyway…
29 Sep 2009, 11:39Dear all,
Hope you are doing well.
symbolic interaction will organize a event at loop line, 2009/11/08.
For your great supports for our activities, I will present a special cdr to all participants.
so, please feel free to come to loop line at 2009/11/8 to enjoy the silent was warm night!!
symbolic interaction presents
> > - - the silence was warm night - - < <
date: 2009/11/08 (sun)
place: loop line
open: 18:00, start: 18:20 end; 21:15
price: 1,000 JPY (including 1 drink + a very special cdr)
Yaporigami (symbolic interaction)
Fjordne (u-cover, dynamophone, ryoondo-tea, Kitchen.)
Shota Hirama (Edition NIkO)
Joseph Auer (symbolic interaction, Rednetic, u-cover, Boltfish)
Shreber Harber Mole Flying Wheel (Rednetic, u-cover, Octoberman)
Shreber Harber Mole Flying Wheel
27 Abr 2009, 23:28 de liftmuziekI've been posting my reviews on last.fm for quiet some time now. I love going back to my original ramblings and then dusting off the albums that got me excited years ago... This is essentially the point. Besides my interviews and features, Headphone Commute Reviews are meant to be an archive of my favorite releases as well as recommendations for you. I do not have time to write negative words, so here's another batch of my latest finds that I hope will make it onto your rotations list. A lot of goodies in here for you. Not to mention another Record Label Profile. This month it's an in-depth interview with Evan Bartholomew of Somnia. Read Label Profile: Somnia only on reviews.headphonecommute.com. Here are 16 reviews and flashbacks, with many featuring my mini interview feature I call "Two and a Half Questions", so be sure to hit that. As usual, I would appreciate a comment or two, and would love it if you could Subscribe to RSS Feed.