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490 posts since 11 Dec, 2008, from Dortmund, Germany

Postby treibklang; Fri Oct 14, 2011 1:00 pm

Tonight we're going from ambient to traditional to modern EM, having very recent releases on the show again. Starting out with the new album by Erik Wøllo having very ambient sounds, visit the fresh release by Johannes Schmoelling, and going on a shifted tunes trip with the Cosmic Octave Orchestra. We then go relaxing with Geigertek and enjoy two tracks of a new free of cost sampler having Magic Dimension and Alpha Lyra.
This also is the last episode before a short break, as there will be no new show until November.

Lively silence on: http://www.syndae.de/episodes/429-episode-151

Yours, Stefan
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490 posts since 11 Dec, 2008, from Dortmund, Germany

Postby treibklang; Fri Nov 04, 2011 2:00 pm

So what happens in a two weeks time with no podcast? Well, I had a brilliant time at the sea relaxing and filling up my battery. Did you miss the show? Whether or not, it's back with some nice new tunes making one dream or moving ones feet. Emotions in very expressive forms tonight, brought to you with the following tracks by Andrea Milana, Eric van der Heijden, General Fuzz, Loom, Rudolf Heimann, and Waterplea.

Get on your feet at: http://www.syndae.de/episodes/431-episode-152

Yours, Stefan
sound's good
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490 posts since 11 Dec, 2008, from Dortmund, Germany

Postby treibklang; Fri Nov 11, 2011 2:00 pm

Another week bites the dust. Let's praise those who invented the weekend, as it is quite delicious to have one. Tonight's episode will go into the quiet realms, as we did several times before. It's all fresh, recent releases to please your ears with fine sound taking you on a silent journey from your heart to your soul. Take a deep breath of music with tracks by Ken Elkinson, Michael Sandler, Phillip Wilkerson, Sam Rosenthal, and Steve Roach.

Travel lightly with: http://www.syndae.de/episodes/432-episode-153

Yours, Stefan
sound's good
http://www.syndae.de - your podcast on fine electronic music
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490 posts since 11 Dec, 2008, from Dortmund, Germany

Postby treibklang; Fri Nov 18, 2011 2:00 pm

It's all about easy rhythms and warm soundscapes, spiced with nice and beautiful melodies. Yes, we're going quite relaxed into the night with artists known to and new to the syndae podcast. For a relieving half an hour, go for a nice place and listen to Altus, Darshan Ambient, Dubtrix, Marow, Radio Free Clear Light, and The X-Structure.

Wellness for your ears at: http://www.syndae.de/episodes/433-episode-154

Yours, Stefan
sound's good
http://www.syndae.de - your podcast on fine electronic music
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Postby dburns; Fri Nov 18, 2011 2:21 pm

I just want to thank you again for the delicious Syndae podcasts. They are always welcome, especially when my two local Public Broadcasting radio stations are fundraising.

Yes, I support NPR with automatic monthly contributions. But I still have to tolerate the droning pleas for donations several times a year. Wouldn't it be nice if subscribers could block the fundraising and still get the content? The current best solution to that is to have Syndae on my iPhone in the car.

Thank you, Stefan!
Dave Burns
Lowell, MA

More equipment than skill...
treibklang
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490 posts since 11 Dec, 2008, from Dortmund, Germany

Postby treibklang; Fri Nov 25, 2011 1:53 pm

Thank you so much for your kind words, Dave! :D
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490 posts since 11 Dec, 2008, from Dortmund, Germany

Postby treibklang; Fri Nov 25, 2011 2:00 pm

When rhythm and melody embrace each other, some really nice tunes come to live both chilling and moving at the same time. Tonight we have several such pieces from new and recent releases on the menu, pleasing ones audio receptionists to their very best. Join me tonight for tracks by David Wright, Frechbax, Great Skies, Guido Negraszus, Nheap, Patrick Geren, and Patrick O'Hearn.

Embracing beauty at: http://www.syndae.de/episodes/434-episode-155

Yours, Stefan
sound's good
http://www.syndae.de - your podcast on fine electronic music
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490 posts since 11 Dec, 2008, from Dortmund, Germany

Postby treibklang; Fri Dec 02, 2011 2:00 pm

It's getting colder out here in Europe, although some mild days pleased us lately. Time to put in some hot sounds, sequences, and rhythms from some of the best current electronic musicians. If you like the sounds of the golden age of EM, this show will drive you home. Enjoy intriguing scapes of pleasure with tracks by Picture Palace music, Pyramid Peak, Space Station, and Triple S.

How pleasure sounds at: http://www.syndae.de/episodes/435-episode-156

Yours, Stefan
sound's good
http://www.syndae.de - your podcast on fine electronic music
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490 posts since 11 Dec, 2008, from Dortmund, Germany

Postby treibklang; Fri Dec 09, 2011 2:00 pm

I'm looking at a quite good filled playlist of contemporary electronic music tonight. Some tracks of tonight's show or the according albums need more than one spin to get into them. So listen carefully tonight and enjoy an XL episode with Enso, Mizati, Noston, Pete Farn, Sigmafly, and Transcend with Time.

Cerebral workout at: http://www.syndae.de/episodes/437-episode-157

Yours, Stefan
sound's good
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490 posts since 11 Dec, 2008, from Dortmund, Germany

Postby treibklang; Fri Dec 16, 2011 2:00 pm

The final regular show for 2011 is up, and it's become a rather traditional one. And despite it being the last, there are quite a bunch of new releases that just want to come and visit you and your music player. First on my show, then in your shopping basket. Well, this is an XL edition again, as I could not decide upon any of the tracks not to be played. So enjoy the extra time with music by BatteryDead, Erez Yaary, Justin Vanderberg, Level Pi, Sebastien Marchal, TMA, Yog-Sothoth, and as a teaser for the upcoming special, a closer by Brainwork.

Feet to go for: http://www.syndae.de/episodes/438-episode-158

Yours, Stefan
sound's good
http://www.syndae.de - your podcast on fine electronic music
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490 posts since 11 Dec, 2008, from Dortmund, Germany

Postby treibklang; Fri Dec 23, 2011 11:00 am

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.

Jingling bells at: http://www.syndae.de/episodes/439-episode-xmas-2011

Yours, Stefan
sound's good
http://www.syndae.de - your podcast on fine electronic music
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490 posts since 11 Dec, 2008, from Dortmund, Germany

Postby treibklang; Fri Jan 13, 2012 2:00 pm

Hope you missed the show! Back on schedule wishing you all the best for the New Year, welcome to the first edition of syndae in 2012. And we start off with some brand new material tonight not narrowed to a specific style, presenting tracks by Ambient Anonymous, Das Kraftfuttermischwerk, and The X-Structure. And finally, if you didn't know, yet, it's time for the German Schallwelle awards. Voting is open and you'll get a great track of Frank van Bogaert as a dainty on him playing live at the Schallwelle event.

Warm welcome at: http://www.syndae.de/episodes/444-episode-159

Yours, Stefan
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490 posts since 11 Dec, 2008, from Dortmund, Germany

Postby treibklang; Fri Jan 20, 2012 2:00 pm

So 2012 is taking up speed music wise. The Schallwelle awards votings are in their final 10 days, and there are not many public tickets left either. Tonight I have tracks from the laureates of the special awards given to individuals who rendered outstanding services in electronic music, Johannes Schmoelling and Uwe Saher (Brainwork). And, of course, new enigmatic releases are on the menu as well, this time with tracks by Carboneids, Global Express OSC, and Weldroid.

Prize worthy at: http://www.syndae.de/episodes/445-episode-160

Yours, Stefan
sound's good
http://www.syndae.de - your podcast on fine electronic music
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490 posts since 11 Dec, 2008, from Dortmund, Germany

Postby treibklang; Fri Jan 27, 2012 2:00 pm

The Schallwelle votings are close to their ends, you should not miss out on making your voice count, too. But tonight's show is not about the ballots, it's about recent and brand new releases. 2012 opens really hit this year, so don't you miss these albums presented on this episode of syndae in form of tracks by 4T Thieves, Bernd Kistenmacher, Projective Module, Stefan Erbe, and Tidal Force.

Comforting sound at: http://www.syndae.de/episodes/446-episode-161

Yours, Stefan
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http://www.syndae.de - your podcast on fine electronic music
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490 posts since 11 Dec, 2008, from Dortmund, Germany

Postby treibklang; Fri Feb 03, 2012 2:00 pm

So the January has already gone and we're on fast feet moving towards the Schallwelle prize-giving. You should check the website for available tickets, as they are selling quickly this year. And now that the votings are closed for 2012, it's time to catch up with some releases of the latest month. Tonight it's all about ambient music, and of course we have some of the finest on this episode. Tune in and enjoy an extra large show with marvellous tracks by Ambient Circle, Apollonius & 33 Tetragammon, Michael Brückner, Ran Kirlian, Tange, Telegraphy, and Walter Roos.

Indulge in nature at: http://www.syndae.de/episodes/447-episode-162

Yours, Stefan
sound's good
http://www.syndae.de - your podcast on fine electronic music
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