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David Bradshaw

  1. Michigan
  2. Electronic
  1. collection 26
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  1. Petridisch - A Fixed Point
    by Petridisch
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    In the Red In the Red
  2. Volume Won
    by Flexadecibel
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    Beef Broth Beef Broth
  3. Sons of Seraph
    by neon shudder
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    The City in the Ocean (Reprise) The City in the Ocean (Reprise)
  4. Cadence
    by neon shudder
    00:00/00:00
    The City in the Ocean The City in the Ocean
  5. Rmx
    by Snowbeasts
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    Awakening (rmx) Awakening (rmx)
  6. HK
    by HKE
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    City Killer City Killer
    Although this album was my introduction to HKE’s music, it’s actually somewhat of a curveball; the sound leans more toward the dystopian synthscapes of early Oneohtrix Point Never than the warm vaporwave glow his own label made a name with. As a man with an undying affection for these particular tones, I’ve embraced HK as one of those comfort listens that I return to a couple times a month, when the clouds arrive and sleep hides away.
  7. All Is Dream
    by Lunaria
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    Butterfly Dreaming Butterfly Dreaming
    The music here is flush with vast, yawning chasms of melancholy synth tones and little, delicate patches of nature, of tangible elements that feel hand crafted and carefully placed. These songs ache with sensuality, humming with an affection for the experience of feeling a moment through all of one’s senses...
  8. Brick Top(Dubby Remix)
    by Biffy the Beat Slayer ft Mr Goob
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    Brick Top is a short & punchy burst of energy, riding on a lush dub beat. Plus it expertly samples classic UK gangster film Snatch. Really fun tune.
  9. Rain Temple
    by 2814
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    Before The Rain Before The Rain
  10. "Much Less Normal"
    by LNRDCROY
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    I Met You On BC Ferries I Met You On BC Ferries
    This album splices galactic house music with the radio telescope atmosphere of early Warp records. It’s bursting with enthusiasm, distracted by a naive sense of genre boundaries that makes for a refreshingly free-roaming listen. These tracks are expansive, warm, and welcoming. The gauzy beats make for a soft landing after a night out, plying the liminal space between head nods and dream time.
  11. We're Worried About You
    by COCAINEJESUS
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    You Don't Forget Girls With Grey Eyes You Don't Forget Girls With Grey Eyes
    This album widens the Dream Catalogue palette with a dreamy trip-hop feel, crystalline synths, spare sighing vocals, and a warm sense of empathy and comfort. It's music to be cocooned in.
  12. THE GAMES WE PLAY
    by チェスマスター
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    THE GAMES WE PLAY 神秘的なテープ THE GAMES WE PLAY 神秘的なテープ
  13. The Last Defender
    by Luca Venezia
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    Light Becomes Dark Light Becomes Dark
  14. Executive Towers
    by Jade Statues
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    Designated Waiting Area Designated Waiting Area
  15. 商業的な仕事 1993 – 2004
    by Kobayashi Yamato
    00:00/00:00
    Platinum Boy's Space Adventure - プラチナボーイのスペースアドベンチャー  Demo Title Screen 1993 Platinum Boy's Space Adventure - プラチナボーイのスペースアドベンチャー  Demo Title Screen 1993
  16. A Heart Full Of Love
    by DARKPYRAMID
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    He Stole Her From The Company Of God He Stole Her From The Company Of God
  17. GENESIS CLARITY
    by SURYUMMY
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    Wet Video Cards Wet Video Cards
    It’s a bold mixture of easy grooves and exotic timbres, layer upon layer of transparent synth formations passing by in a far flung digital odyssey. It’s space music of the highest order, folding early Warp Records pathos – SETI broadcasts, video game fever, hippie optimism – in a modern production envelope.
  18. Best Of Dream Catalogue, 2814-2815
    by Various Artists
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    柔らかい唇 柔らかい唇
  19. 新しい日の誕生
    by 2814
    00:00/00:00
    悲哀 悲哀
    One of the greatest electronic albums of the past few years, full of prog ambition, ambient bliss, and cyberpunk attitude, channeled through a dreamlike narrative flow.
  20. Sold Out
    by DJ Paypal
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    Ahhhhhhh Ahhhhhhh
    I’m caught up, soaring over shattered landscapes on fast-foward, somewhere in the middle of second track Ahhhhhhh, when it hits me. I’m riding a crest of vertical samples, sharp points of horns and vocals, strung together with a piano solo, out of control and on my back. Hysterical. It’s the same inexorable rush that hits when you realize you’ve truly gotten carried away in the torrent of a great wild jazz tune...
  21. Synthus
    by Seabat
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    Synthus Borealis Synthus Borealis
    Instead of collapsing on its own weight, the album gradually sheds recognizable form, floating unmoored and free toward its end. While the trio of songs range from a 3 minute intro to a twenty minute cosmic suite, the cumulative effect is one of subtle awe.
  22. "The Colours of Life"
    by CFCF
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    The Colours of Life The Colours of Life
    The album is 40 minutes of unbroken, interlocking melodies, full of brightly blissful tones and worldly percussion. Timbre-wise, it’s more in line with CFCF’s modern minimalist work, while the fluid sound collage structure nods toward his monumental Night Bus mixtapes. To a preternatural fan like myself, the album is a slice of heaven.
  23. If Music Presents: By The Sea... and Other Solitary Places
    by Annabel (lee)
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    Breathe Us Breathe Us
  24. DARK WEB
    by Giant Claw
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    DARK WEB 001 DARK WEB 001
  25. Terra
    by Julian Lynch
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    Terra Terra
    Cradled somewhere deep between Syd Barrett and Arthur Russell, Julian Lynch scratches at a particular itch I’m often unaware of suffering; relief is no less sweet for the surprise. He relaxes with gentle acoustic guitar rhythms and a deft touch on percussion. He raises neck hairs with spare and incisive saxophone melodies, indulging just enough to leave me craving. Then the artful synth work sprouts and takes root, carrying these solar powered hymns aloft...
  26. Clouds are Mountains
    by eleven tigers
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    Stableface Stableface