Is it just me or has 2011 passed very quickly? However, it was a great year musical vise, bringing lots of pleasure to my ears with many, many releases in electronic music and related genres. Reflecting upon the year, syndae had broadened its fields quite a bit, and I of course hope you liked the increased diversity in styles and sounds. Well, now it's time for taking a rest. As a closing episode, like in the past three years, I am happy to present another two-part special featuring great artists with great tracks especially made or provided for christmas time. Lots of fine songs await your ears for listening well, with more than an hour of pleasing music in the family edition and another more than 40 minutes of slightly more challenging tracks in the mature edition. I would not like to miss any of these fabulous contributions kindly given for your fun only by BatteryDead, Cousin Silas, Glenn Main, Happiness in Aeroplanes, Janne Hanhisuanto, Kebu, Klangzaun, Michael Brückner, Michael Shipway, Nothing New Music, Psicodreamics, Remy, Steen Jorgensen, Synth.nl, Uwe Reckzeh, Von Haulshoven, WaveWorld, and Wounds.

Family edition:


syndae - Christmas 2011 Special - Family Edition

Mature Edition:


syndae - Christmas 2011 Special - Mature Edition

 

Family Edition Playlist:

Mature Edition Playlist:

Maxxess - Elements (Authenticity)
Maxxess - Hard Grit (The Sequel)
Maxxess - Blue Road (Electrixx)
Maxxess - Uphill (Ultra)
Axess & Maxxess - Impact (Impact)


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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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