Today let’s listen to a calm electronic sound made by Ukrainian musician Ivan Chernov. Track Little Snail has a special melancholy mood, reminds us that summer will come to an end soon. Enjoy it while it’s still with you.
This amazing track is full of qualified neurofunk sound in combination with live instruments. All junglists need to hear Neonlight – Neon City definitely! By the way, we are going to check the whole debut album ‘My Galactic Tale‘, that is out on the May 6th thanks to Blackout Music.
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MillStone – The End Of A Deep Summer Mix
This Saturday we are going to enjoy an atmospheric drum and bass selection presented by MillStone.
1. Joakuim – Spring Roll
2. Innself – My old piano
3. Jazzatron – Flatmate
4. Alix Perez – Losing you
5. Zero T – My name (Lenzmen Remix)
6. Alix Perez – Revolve Her
7. Alix Perez Fade away
8. Alix Perez – Recall & Reflect
9. Payback – Cheeba Time
10. Alix Perrez – Never left
11. Jam Thieves , Jaybee – Take Over
12. Dbridge , Spectrasoul – Glimpes
13.Klute – Westernised
14. Jam thieves – hustler
15. Calibre – Posh Boy
16. Jam Thieves – Sabotage
17. ????? – ??????
18. Jam Thieves – Alcatraz
19. Lynx – Therapy
20. Lurch – Mistic Dub
21. Jam Thieves – City on fire
22. Technimatic – Remember You
23. Ed:it , Pennygiles – Know a lie
24 Shy Fx – Lovers rock
Previously you might listened to Jorgalad – Cosmonaut At Noon EP. Today check out the debut ‘1284′ EP by Jorgalad.
Created in an attempt to combine beauty with power.
My goal was to make something new that would capture only the extreme edges of different emotions. – Jorgalad
Previously you might listened to Max Cooper’s Essential Mix for BBC Radio 1. Here is an another one masterpiece from a genious producer for today. A collaboration with a piano maestro Tom Hodge brought a Teotihuacan (Part 2). The story of this track is taking to the Teotihuacan’s pyramids in Mexico. There is also a Part 1 version from Quontiet series can be downloaded here: www.maxcooper.net.
So it’s a mix of loss and sadness and beauty with an edge of modern misuse, which I tried to capture in the original strings from which the track was built. I also made some binaural recordings of the sounds there, and a storm which came in, to give a real layer of atmosphere from the actual location. Tom Hodge then played piano to these elements, bringing the whole piece to life. – Max Cooper
Let the new listening experience happened with Max Cooper – Teotihuacan (Part 2) with Tom Hodge!