Micro Posts - too small to be an entire post. Kind of like a tweet
note to self
lovely dubs here. opening track made me pull a serious bass face
Music for programming Episode 67 by Datassette is the perfect start to a frosty Sunday morning.
Soothing and cosy sounds in this one.
Some downtempo essentials, these. I've played these in quite a number of sets over the years
This podcast was an enjoyable listen. Was good to get an up close & personal with Sam.
Fun fact: the first goosebumps mix was liquid dnb. over 5 years ago!
Listening to gb27 - minimal dnb mix as I go about my morning, still love the sounds in there!
One of the more interesting additions to the liquid dnb playlist. I found Lord Folter through his hip hop tracks.
Solid candidate for FlyloFmExtended. Interlude energy, somewhat dreamy feel to it. Also seen in my alternative hip hop playlist.
Silent season has been such a great source for more ambient leaning dubs. good music for programming
Fun fact: Ronny is a major contributor to my typography efforts so far, on this site. Can also say the same about my personal site.
Check out his sites, and you'll see why I'm a big fan of his typography.
Flylo brought together so many cultures in his GTA V radio. I really like that about the radio.
The further I've gone down rabbit-holes of music I like, the more I've found myself coming back to music he introduced me to all those years ago. Respect.
1 half of Kiasmos. It's been fun diving into this dude's music.
Scale your efforts as a music curator. In practice, that means listening to other curator's playlists.
You can't listen to all the music by yourself, and a lot of the time, when exploring a new sound, it is very likely that someone else can deliver a much tidier 'best of' than you could by yourself.
I've found music that I've adored for years, from other curators, and continue to find lots of dope shit that way.
Written whilst listening to a playlist by Adrian :)
- HIGH TEA WITH GREENTEA PENG. this one already kind of in progress
- WORLD OF ECHOES: FRANCOIS K
- AFRICAN ACID IS THE FUTURE
- FUTURE BUBBLERS
- KID FONQUE
Gonna take me a real while to explore all these.
I've said it time & time again, I love me some good drums. This track is a solid example of Barcode’s drums
Deep, but percussive & warm too. Amazing to be able to balance sound like that. It’s sonically pleasing
Would definitely recommend a full exploration of this dude's discography, I've thoroughly enjoyed his music over the years :)
It’s been fun to experiment with ‘interlude’ tracks when doing DJ sets They make for a very good energy reset. A palette cleanser
Goosebumps mixes have evolved to a full spectrum experience I’m not genre or tempo locked anymore. I’ll share whatever I feel you might enjoy, :)
My week in music
When I felt like a particular week had a story worth telling, I'd carry on with the weekly playlist format. These even powered a few mixes along the way, and were always a low effort playlist to enjoy on shuffle, when I feel like hearing recent favourites.
i’m listening to this track in the car. now, this radio is connected to bluetooth via modulator, and this particular modulator gives this particular shower sound, and it’s loudness is directly proportional to the radio’s volume level. basically, the higher your volume knob is, the louder that shower sound is.
now, in this moment, it’s a cold morning, but i have the windows down, and heater cranked on almost to the max, so you can hear it consistently working that heat into the sound. this is source two of background noises.
the sound/timbre of the heater is being modulated by the sound from this track. mind bending experience, very lovely feeling, totally unique listening experience.