How to Love (Soundtrack versio... Sea of Vapours - Radio edit
Telstar 04 The Warheads - Radio edit
Tsuki Pt. 2 (BC radio edit) The Sushi Club - Radio edit
Lost Where I Belong (Banks Rem... Andreya Triana - Radio edit
Supersede Carbon Based Lifeforms - Radio edit
Oscar Tosca - Radio edit
Find It Shanti Roots & Scheibosan - Radio e...
Sweet Scented South Arnica Montana - Radio edit
Next to Me (Next to Me in Bed ... Emeli Sandé - Radio edit
Wishcraft Kabanjak - Radio edit
Four Wheel Slide (bridge edit) Danny Massure - Radio edit
Fireresistant Swimmingtrunks Da'Damn'Phreak'Noize'Phunk - Radio ...
Passing Time Canton - Radio edit
Passing By Ulrich Schnauss - Radio edit
Lullaby for Stephen Aya - Radio edit
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I go where it takes me: A show usually begins with a stream of associations, that path from one place to another that music embodies so well, once the flow has gotten a bit of shape & direction to it.
This set began with finding the Sea of Vapours song “How to Love” ...which in turn suggested mostly moody tracks for the flow. But there are impressive bursts of energy in there too -- they come roaring thru like tornadoes on a spring day. The first of these interludes appears courtesy Andreya Triana remixed by Banks, which offers a compelling brief for dubstep & celebrates the slightly dirty, fuzzed-out sound that characterizes many of the versions in this set.
Despite the energy level in tracks by Andreya, Kabanjak & Danny Masseur, the general vibe is dreamy/lazy -- just the thing for those waking up to spring weather & finding they have an appetite for going someplace new, for being both soothed and excited. Will this be where it takes you, too?
I'm celebrating one year of streaming the BeatConscious show on mix.dj, and an exciting year of new music -- with special thanks to both my listeners and the artists / labels / promo service people who keep the show chock-full of goodness: You are the best!
More of the same great soundscape and technique! I was impressed with Lost Where I Belong and Supersede, and even more so with Emeli Sande. I'll be interested in seeing what her upcoming album sounds like.