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Another one I've just uploaded - lots of ambient stuff with a bit of William Burroughs mixed in



00:00 low profile society - example 6 / labradford - recorded and mixed at the sound of music, richmond, va

04:43 blackdown - crackle blues

07:33 aphex twin - tha / miles tilmann - particle 3 / arovane and phonem - valid edge

11:52 aphex twin - saw2, cd2, track1

15:05 michael brook - distant village

17:09 autechre - bronchussevenmix / freeform - a.t: autechre remix

20:45 ensemble - disown delete: tim hecker remix / tim hecker - chimeras / robert henke - ground kaven

25:25 unknown track

29:13 kettel - electrician and adventurer

30:00 burial - night bus

20:33 monolake - indigo / mira calix - ms meteo: poolside mix

37:12 biosphere - the things i tell you

39:41 global communication - 9:39

44:22 brian eno - lantern marsh

48:30 radiohead - treefingers

50:59 spooky - seneschal / stephan micus - concert for gender, shakuhachi and zither

52:18 cliff martinez - will she come back?

56:38 deathprod - journey to the centre of the first 1:1 / woob - the gate

59:26 fennesz - city of light / keith fullerton whitman - track 3a (2waynice)

62:15 kettel - a french composer / boards of canada - diving station

66:27 brian eno and harold budd - the silver ball

69:04 loess - viscer

71:11 bob holroyd - earthwatching / autechre and the hafler trio - ae3o

75:59 bola - whoblo

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