Don't you move

So I asked for the summer last week? Well, it just hit me a day later and now I cannot drop cloths fast enough. My, there was no reason to prove anything, you bright hot star! Ok then, if I cannot move or otherwise would leave a water trail the music cannot be to agitated. Going a bit more quiet tonight, well, mostly at least. Have a joyful time with tracks by Altus (The Sun Will Rise Tomorrow), Rik Johnson (Scars), eyes cast down (Souls Adrift, in Disrepair), A Year in the Country (The Quietened Bunker), Bernhard Wöstheinrich & Gaston Klares (Nuu-Chah-Nulth), Perceptual Defence & Syndromeda (The End of the Universe), Delicate Aparatus (Into the Rift Volume One), Mental Health Consumer (Early Spring Midnight Walks With Us), Bite (Calle Palma), and Spleen (Midnight Radio Compilation 68).


Get taken away

Where is the summer? Well, definitely not at my place currently, but on the other hand, there is nothing stopping me from putting together another one hour show for syndae. The good, the bad, and the proggie. Quite in a mix of not so fast and not so quiet tracks tonight by Remy (Fears), Jakub Fijak (The Circle), Faex Optim (Start With the River), Stefan Erbe (Selectronique Debussy), Otarion (Constellations and the Red Thread), Eagle (Midnight Radio Compilation 68), Tess Said So (Scrramble + Fate), Sai (Perspective Seen From a Different Point of View), Panabrite (The Quietened Bunker), Klangzaun, moonbooter (Cosmoharmonics), and Push Against New Fakes (Immortality).


A blaze of sounds

What is more fitting than having syndae on sunday? Well, I hope you are fine with the new time and will still enjoy the show. Which, btw., comes in a one hour edition tonight covering some ground after missing out one show. And it also provides very fine tracks I'd like to say, somewhat chilling but also a little tiny bit faster ones. Be my guest with music by moonbooter, HiKE, Ech0 Delta, Melotone, Dub Trees, Protuberance, Christian Heun, Flembaz, Extrarausch, In Vitro, and Mark Dorricott & Stan Dart.


Undiscovered memories

Water burbling, a slight wind breezing and a cloudless sky lets the stars shine bright over the landscape. Time to listen to nature and ones inner self and let life pass by in minutes. Thoughts can be anodyne, thrilling, confusing, no matter what the environment gives you. Tonight's tracks might give you any of those, simply let your mind drift and follow whatever the tunes induce. Enjoy your time with Adeptus Mechanicus & Lutz Thuns (Cosmic Expansion), Rik Johnson (Scars), Steve Roach (Future Flows), Walter Roos (Alkinoos), North Hive (Midnight Radio Compilation 66), and Ivan Black (The Wandering).


Aural nectar

We are running towards summer, which is by no means reflected regarding the weather at my place. But who needs warmth and sunshine, when there is syndae in your player? Well, tonight you will find lots of new music on this show given to us by some of the best artists in traditional electronica. Take an energizing ride with tracks by Mäläskä (Uncle Jim's Cidney Factory), Sequential Dreams (Legends), Parallaxe (Midnight Radio Compilation 65), Detlef Keller (The Breakfast Event), and Michael Brückner (Muzikhala).


Boxed treasures

After a rather restless week I definitely need some time to power down, lean back and give my brain a gentle massage. To me, music like the one on tonight's show does a perfect job on this. Especially in combination with such pleasant evening temperatures as we have right now over here. So take some time off, an joine me for a wonderful bag of tracks by Darshan Ambient (Fire Light), Erik Wøllo and Byron Metcalf (Earth Luminous), Faber (Earthbeats), Jamuroo (Mystic Japan), Pan Electric (Conscious Pilot), and Peter Davidson (Antenna).


Raising the bar

Sunny evening everyone! At least, I hope you got one. And if not, well, tonight's show definitely provides some aural sunbeams for your pleasure. Quite a number of new releases to listen to, and all of them very much to my liking. But aren't they always? Well, check in and join me on tonight's exciting ride with BatteryDead (Yield to Gravity), Lars Leonhard (1549), Curious Inversions (Stone on Stone), Mythos (Jules Verne - Around the World in 80 Minutes), and Sektor (Kikish).


Electronic devotion

Let us be regaled by the sons of various generations of traditional electronic music tonight. It is definitely a feast of soundscapes and sequences that will carry us along. And while we are at it, do not forget the upcoming events like E-Scape providing is the chance to experience these EM geniuses live either on stage or in recording. So that is how this edition starts out with a reminder incarnated by Translunar (E-Scape 2016). Of course, there is more new and noteworthy music on the show: Alpha Wave Movement (Kinetic), Fanger & Schönwälder (Analog Overdose - The Pool COncert), Kellerkind Berlin and Wiesolator (Midnight Radio Compilation 64), Fratoroler (What!), and E-Tiefengrund (Cathedrals).


Slightly overcast

We had it beating the last weeks, so finally some time to sit comfortable, focus on your breathing going in, and going out, and let all the energy around enter your body and nerves and cells. This is a show to let your neurons softly glow in the darkness within and gain back some peace and steadiness for recharging your batteries. Enjoy the quietness and force with tracks by Chronotope Project (Passages), Marsen Jules (Shadows in Time), Poppy Nogood (Music for Mourning), Rik Johnson (Midnight Radio Compilation 63), Twoleggedzoo (Weaving a Sonic Tapestry), and Traumkraft (Seelenwanderer).


Introducing summer

Short summer outbreak over here, and actually a great time to make aware of a fine festival to come soon in June. It's E-Scape 2016, the EM festival in the UK. So, don't wonder that music and information on this event will take up most of the time of tonight's edition. Especially to enjoy tracks by The Glimmer Room (Introduction), Stephen Whitlan (Triangulation), Ian Boddy (E-Scape 2016), and Andy Pickford (Vanguard 2). But before all that, two really wonderful tracks on the show's menu, delightful music by Bruno Sanfilippo (The Poet), and Ken Elkinson (The Golden State).


Addicting refreshments

Where are we going tonight? Well, it will not be without a decent number of beats, that I guarantee. But, of course, it is in no way dull or monotonous, either. This edition is actually quite full of newer stuff, old and new faces, and especially, full of fun. Ok, at least I had fun compiling it, which makes more than zero. Let me know, if you enjoyed the music as well and don't mind that confused guy on the mike in between. Oh, yes, tonights tracks are by Jean-Michel Jarre (The Heart of Noise), Blochemy (Da Mear), Protuberance (Recollections Part 2), Colin Rayment & Stan Dart, SineRider (Seconds Minutes), and Venja (Shapeshifter).


Welcome to paradise

Several nice events are coming up, so I will try to remind you of at least some of them in the next time. Like today, where I will tease you for the concerts of Pyramaxx and Sine Amplitude in May. But, of course, I have more and freshly released music for you on tonight's edition, so have fun with tracks by Pyramaxx (Distance), Sine Amplitude (Hypnotized), Mauro Gentile & Wolfgang Gsell (Chip Flower), Robert Otto (Midnight Radio Compilation 62), Capisconne and Ray Garrido (Weltanschauung).


About

syndae is an independent podcast on electronic music of ambient, space, new age, harmonic, traditional, progressive, and rhythmic style, not directly including electronic dance music. The goal of syndae is to make aware of fine electronic music, by providing enjoyable episodes with well known and not yet well known artists from around the world, and to promote events of the electronic music scene, by dedicating episodes to selected artists of such an event. Host of the show is Stefan, an enthusiast of electronic music, who likes to spread the word and sound of synth.

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