Sunday, November 18, 2007

I wish I could drown the world in reverberation

I am starting to repeat myself. I've done two piano mixes, two string theory mixes, two winter mixes and now a second guitar mix. I decided to do a new guitar mix because I seem to have come across a lot of good guitar music lately.
All the tracks on this mix are new, from either 2006 or 2007. The music ranges from electric to acoustic. Originally I intended to do a feedback-filled guitarscape like a long Peter Wright song. But in the end the music in this mix is fairly straight forward. Some is ambient, some is pretty, some is droney(is that a word?).
I hope you enjoy it.
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T R A C K L I S T :
  1. 00:00 - 00:50 Peter Broderick - Balloon Bomb
  2. 00:50 - 02:00 twinsistermoon - I wish I could drown the world in reverberation
  3. 02:00 - 08:20 Robert Fripp - Tallinn
  4. 08:20 - 20:30 Meursault - Sleeping Debris
  5. 20:30 - 23:30 Origamibiro - Gathers in Puddles
  6. 23:30 - 25:30 Wooden Spoon - Untitled #10
  7. 25:30 - 30:20 Wixel - Nowhere
  8. 30:20 - 33:40 Brian Grainger - wind calmly bends our hair
  9. 33:40 - 36:20 Hisato Higuchi - Kizauto
  10. 36:20 - 40:30 øjeRum - tonerum
  11. 40:30 - 41:40 Area C - Daymarks
  12. 41:40 - 45:10 Peter Wright - Folk Song for Contradiction
  13. 45:10 - 49:20 Christopher Flores - Farewell Son
  14. 49:20 - 53:30 Oren Armbachi - fever, a warm poison
  15. 53:30 - 59:20 Meursault - Mirror
  16. 59:20 - 02:20 Six Organs of Admittance - Goodnight
  17. 02:20 - 04:30 Wooden Spoon - Untitled #1

4 comments:

dave said...

Superb mix again,keep up the good work

Anonymous said...

thanks Dave,

More of the same please.

Repetition is good for the soul.

Nick

trythiscolor said...

Meursault's "Sleeping Debris" is so hauntingly beautiful. I listen to it over and over again. This mix is epic. Thanks very much for making it.

Anonymous said...

Just found your blog by accident while looking up info on twinsistermoon and cannot wait to listen to this whole set, old as it may be, and check out the rest of your Low Light Mixes. Thanks, friend!

Rachel