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Re: Hypnagogue Podcast
« Reply #20 on: November 03, 2009, 09:27:57 AM »
Giorgio: That's Alpha Wave Movement's track "Rubicon" from The Regions Between. Love that piece. Has a definite cinematic feel, a sort of 70s-romance tinge to it. That CD is a nice collection of unreleased work from AWM (Gregory Kyryluk). Worth finding and grabbing. It's here: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/alphawave5  (Hope it's okay to post that link here....)

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this Rubicon is so sweet, even if simple in his structure :) bringing me in relax and peace ...
 
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BTW, thansk always for your podcasts always containing gems.

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Re: Hypnagogue Podcast
« Reply #21 on: November 03, 2009, 11:16:50 PM »
Yes, thank you John! I enjoy your Podcasts as well and am appreciative of all your efforts.
 
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  It is nice to have your input on this forum once again. I find great beauty in your music.

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Re: Hypnagogue Podcast
« Reply #22 on: November 04, 2009, 01:45:08 AM »
thanks

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Hypnagogue Podcast14
« Reply #23 on: November 15, 2009, 08:36:30 PM »
I'm asleep at the wheel! Forgot to note that #14 is ready now. It's the second podcast where it's all music from Highly Recommended CDs. Work from Lopside, Sleeping Me, Igneous Flame, Tim Story, Aron Kirk, Dwight Ashley, Computerchemist, Mahoney & Peck, Numina, Bruno Sanfilipo and Byron Metcalf.

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Re: Hypnagogue Podcast
« Reply #24 on: November 30, 2009, 08:26:10 PM »
Ep 15 is up now with music from Emerald Adrift, Reaves & Himons, Sensitive Chaos, Oophoi, Mister Vapor, Life Audience, General Fuzz, Cybo, Jeff Greinke, Canartic and Indiginus.

And the last track alone is worth the price of admission...if there WAS a price for admission.

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Re: Hypnagogue Podcast
« Reply #25 on: December 01, 2009, 05:39:54 AM »
Excellent!
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Hypnagogue Podcast 16
« Reply #26 on: December 11, 2009, 05:59:58 AM »
90 even-quieter-than usual minutes of ambient & electronic music.

Something different this time around. For the last 15 episodes I have chosen music to play under me during the breaks, always looking for drifting, subtle, beatless pieces. I add them to the podcast, but I turn the sound way down--you know, so as not to mar my dulcet tones.

Now it's time for those pieces to come to the forefront, and it makes for a very quiet and soothing journey. Settle in for an hour and a half of soft, calming flows and deep sounds from Austere, Brannan Lane & Ashera, Tau Ceti, Numina, Manitou, John Vorus, Steve Roach, Jim Cole & Spectral Voices, Forrest Fang and DAC Crowell & Kurt Doles.

Plus, in the opening bit....it's the return of The Goobs.
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Re: Hypnagogue Podcast
« Reply #27 on: January 02, 2010, 06:55:46 PM »
Hmm...too much holiday cheer for Mr. Shanahan? Perhaps. Whatever the reason, I neglected to mention that podcast 17 went up on Xmas Eve. With stuff from Reuter, Systems Theory, Sky, New Pollutants, Ardron & Ray, Svefn, Lane & Ohms, Rose, Hinkle, Labrathisattva and MoIT.

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« Reply #28 on: January 02, 2010, 10:05:11 PM »
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You'll hear me say it enough during the 'cast, but I want to thank you for listening. While the feedback's been minimal, the growing numbers of subscribers and the number of downloads, just shy of averaging 100 per episode as of this writing, tell me that the response is out there and it's good. So I'll just keep going. And I hope you'll be coming along.


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Hypnagogue Podcast 18
« Reply #29 on: January 08, 2010, 06:03:04 AM »
A fairly eclectic blend this time through, and all relatively new music for the first podcast of 2010.

Deborah Martin & Erik Wollo start things off with a Native American-inspired piece featuring Deborah's hypnotic chanting. Cass Anawaty and Paul Russell bring some world-jazz flavor and Ian Bouras delivers us to the Caribbean with a bit of skankin' dub. A quiet piece from Jeff Grienke's latest slows things down, and Stray Ghost and Ran Kirlian complete the first half in contemplative quiet. Your host goes on about something for a bit and then turns things over to Between Interval. Evan Bluetech summons spirits with some uptempo twiddle-and-bounce. Wes Willenbring brings us back to a quiet spot to think. An excerpt from Telescope then, some free-form Berlin-esque exploration. And Bluejooz ramps up the drama to bring it to a feel-good close.
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« Reply #30 on: January 22, 2010, 01:41:33 PM »
Online now at www.hypnagoguepodcast.blogspot.com

Your guides this time through: Mark Mahoney, Kalte, Arterial Flow, Cluster, DubJay, Larry Kucharz, Mara's Torment, John Lyell, Computerchemist, cyberCHUMP, Modulator ESP, Midnight Sound Service and Chris Tenz.
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Episode 20
« Reply #31 on: February 05, 2010, 05:25:25 AM »
Hit 70 subscribers to the podcast last night. Happy me. As for the podcast:

The path this time begins with a 40-minute consideration of the guitar, with pieces that range from earthly to otherworldly. Matt Borghi begins with some silk-edged sounds. Life Audience blends a funky riff with electronic twiddle. Patrick Smith keeps it gently acoustic with just the right touches of treatment. Petal follows suit with a slow-moving piece that feels like the onset of Sunday rain. Slow Dancing Society drifts through a bar-band 4 a.m. last-call tune. Your host indulges himself with an Anawaty/Russell piece that he's quite simply fallen in love with, and not just for its final two Oldfieldian minutes. Strom Noir lays down layer upon layer of processed guitar sounds in a dense, comforting haze. A Thousand Years runs a straight-rock sensibility through an ambient filter for a feeling that's quite pleasantly disjointed. Steven K. Smith plays us softly out, echoing along the way. From there it's off into drone-based territory with excerpts from long pieces by Ben Stepner and M. Peck moving us from deepening shadow to cloying darkness. Nathan Youngblood brings it back around with a soft flow of his own. Episode 20 concludes heading uptempo, courtesy of Acrylic.

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Hypnagogue Podcast 21
« Reply #32 on: February 18, 2010, 07:33:33 PM »
Now ready for your aural consumption. Work from Trance Fury, Patrick Balthrop, Roach & Wollo, Lucette Bourdin, Jujigen, MWVM. From the February review queue, offerings from A Backward Glance on a Travel Road, Godheadscope, Kyron, Roedelius and Mark Snyder. And at the end, Runningonair, MusSck, Phylum Sinter and Forrest Fang. Enjoy.

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Hypnagogue Podcast 22
« Reply #33 on: March 05, 2010, 02:53:59 PM »
The latest podcast is ready and....well.....I got lazy. Seven deliciously long tracks, nothing under eight minutes. Full tracks and excerpts from Lopside, Shane Morris, Tange, Christopher Orczy, Stephen Phillips, Steve Roach and Between Interval.

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Hypnagogue Podcast 23
« Reply #34 on: March 20, 2010, 08:39:11 PM »
Sixteen tracks of ambient/electronic goodness, with a dip into the still-in-the-works March review queue. Music from Dolmen, Creature, Darshan Ambient, High Skies, Aaron Marshall, Undo, Praguedren, Neuron Dreamtime, Neuhuman, Phlios, Level Pi, The Jingle Kings, Robert Rich, Kit Watkins, Silvercord and Tribe of Astronauts.

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Hypnagogue Podcast 24
« Reply #35 on: April 02, 2010, 08:45:54 AM »
Who's on podcast 24, you ask? Why, it's Combs Creek Haller, Chad Kettering, Scott August, PE Gueble, Helpling & Jenkins, Radium 88, Phillip Wilkerson, Aeon, Jeffrey Koepper, Ashley & Story, Steve Roach and Darshan Ambient.

And that's why you should listen. That, and the fact that I'll thank you for taking the time to do so!

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Hypnagogue Podcasts 25 & 26
« Reply #36 on: April 30, 2010, 09:10:47 PM »
Seems I skipped over noting that #25 was ready....well now you can go grab 25 and 26!

Episode 25 offers up good stuff from Frore, Chad Hoefler, Deepspace, Parallel Worlds, Beyond Absence, Atomic Skunk, Systems Theory. Cybermonkey, Ephemeral Mists, Austere, Bruno Sanfilippo, Palancar and Steve Brand.

In 26: Dino Pacifici, Human Metronome & 33 Tetragammon, Igneous Flame, Padilla/Ohms/Murphy, Numina, Mingo, Lorne David Thomson, Darren Rogers, Carl Sagan's Ghost, Alpha Wave Movement, Miguel Kertsman and Sensitive Chaos.

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Hypnagogue Podcast 27
« Reply #37 on: May 13, 2010, 08:53:20 AM »
Hiding away on my site, ready to spring tomorrow...but you can get it today if you like.

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Music from Moebius, Eliethel, Mosaik, Erik Wollo, Modulator ESP, Amorph, Pascal Savy, Gaston Arevalo, Patrick Balthrop, Zero Ohms, Brain Ballet and My Majestic Star.

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« Reply #38 on: May 27, 2010, 08:20:29 PM »
A personal favorite--been listening to it quite a bit this week.

With your kind permission, this podcast gets you moving immediately with beat-powered grooves from DJ Cybo, Radio Free Clear Light, Boc Scadet, Aron Kirk, Wharmton Rise and Trance Fury. A short break lets you catch your breath, and then it's off into quieter zones—you'll float for a while with Kendall Station and Altus before the tempo picks up again as you slide into tracks from Planet Boelex and Dave Fulton & Giles Reaves. To close we offer an uptempo shamanic vibe from Byron Metcalf, Dashmesh Khalsa and Steve Roach to shake your soul loose and set it flying.

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Hypnagogue Podcast 29--The Anniversary Show
« Reply #39 on: June 10, 2010, 01:26:57 PM »
It's the first anniversary of the Hypnagogue Podcast and your host has decided to just play a bunch of my personal favorites. Noting that it's hard to pull twelve "favorite" tracks out of a library of very good music 3000-plus tunes strong, I've opted to offer you some Giles Reaves, Steve Roach, Dave Preston, Anawaty/Russell, Slow Dancing Society, Darshan Ambient, Lopside, Tim Story, Mara's Torment, Igneous Flame and Spacecraft.

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