syndae – Podcast on fine electronic music

One of my first CDs back in 1985—as a quick look my iTunes playlists revealed—was a Jean-Michel Jarre compilation with samples from Oxygène , Equinoxe , Magnetic fields , etc. … What a great time to spend one’s time: the world passing by outside the train window while listening to „electronic music of ambient, space, new age, experimental, and rhythmic style“. syndae.gif Go to his website and listen for yourself: syndae.de .

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I’m a fan of electronic music since I started consciously listening to music somewhere around 1981. One of my first CDs back in 1985—as a quick look at my iTunes playlists revealed—was a Jean-Michel Jarre compilation with samples from Oxygène, Equinoxe, Magnetic fields, etc. (»Musik aus Zeit und Raum»). Over the years I found a piece of electronic music here and there, but never really kept track of what was going on. As I now know I should have just asked my friend Stefan Schulz about it. Since last September he publishes a weekly podcast on „fine electronic music“. On a 9 hours train ride two days ago I finally had the opportunity to hear all 10 episodes of 30 minutes each in one long rush. What a great way to spend one’s time: the world passing by outside the train window while listening to „electronic music of ambient, space, new age, experimental, and rhythmic style“.

Go to his website and listen for yourself: syndae.de.

Autor: trb

Thomas Roth-Berghofer ist Romanautor im Autorenteam Alex Thomas. Er lebt und arbeitet mit seiner Frau in Norddeutschland. In seinem früheren Leben war er u. a. Professor für Künstliche Intelligenz. Jetzt widmet er sich ganz dem Schreiben.

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