Siesta

Cover art adapted from Siesta by Olga

Cover art adapted from Siesta by Olga (click on the image to see the original)

This 94 minute mix starts off with some fairly upbeat tracks from Aphilas’ acclaimed Instrumentally Ill EP, then gradually eases into deeper, more sudorific ambience. Towards the end of the 90 minutes dubby echoes begin to emerge from the synth washes, becoming gradually more compelling.  Finally Rktic’s dub-techno masterpiece a walk on deep snow brings you back to reality.

Perfect for a 90 minute massage session, or a mid-day siesta.  This mix is designed to support a period of deep relaxation

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Time

Artist

Track name

Album

0:00

Aphilas

Remain solid

Instrumentally Ill EP

4:24

Aphilas

That’s just
what it’s for

Instrumentally Ill EP

9:45

Daniel Maze

Subtropical
blasting officer

Red after image

11:29

Kovacs

Torrespont 2

Eastern block

13:45

Lokua

A thousand
pages

Trails

16:10

Pix

Empty handed
(feat. Enoalie)

Life living

20:30

Halogen

Length and brecht (original)

Length
and brecht (Remixed)

25:10

Chimney Fish

Silver

Colorwheel EP

28:50

Sabi

Six places

Intelligent toys 5

33:10

Ambientum

Star birthday

Fractal
philosophy

41:56

Reii

Away

Drafts

43:48

Reii

Save point

Drafts

46:08

Krill.minima

Apfelbaumgrund

Urlaub auf balkonien

52:32

Experimental
dubbing sessions

Enough
response

Personality
disorders in organic matter [Enypnion netlabel not currently available
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59:07

Antonio Bruno

Auszeit

Kardon viera

1:03:50

Krill.minima

Leichtes glimmen

Urlaub auf balkonien

1:10:05

Dublicator

Deep roots

Deep roots
EP

1:14:58

Dublicator

Echos of Babylon

Deep roots
EP

1:21:00

Rktic

A walk on
deep snow

Cologne
commons compilation 02

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