29 February 2008


58.15 // 224kbps
001 // Dousk - Nails
002 // Glenn Morrison - Blue Skies With Linda
003 // Andrelli & Blue - Imagine (Androids Fluffy Clouds & Blue Skies Mash-Up)
004 // John O'Callaghan feat. Audrey Gallagher - Big Sky (EDX's Russian Winter Vocal Mix)
005 // Jose Amnesia - Follow Me
006 // Markus Schulz feat. Dauby - Perfect (Jerome Isma-Ae Remix)
007 // Kirsty Hawkshaw meets Tenishia - Reasons To Forgive (The Blizzard Remix)
008 // Anhken - Taste
009 // Cressida - 6am (Kyau & Albert Remix)

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NB. If you're a last.fm user, are planning to put it on your iPod or simply want to skip to your favourite track with ease, the .rar file is a better option!

Firstly, let me apologize for the lateness of this podcast, especially for the people that have been eagerly waiting for a while now. I know it's a bit much when you have a February podcast that isn't actually available until the 8th March (the date in the entry lies). Had a bit of a mare of a time this last month, firstly with the songs I'd chosen being very hard to tessellate together, secondly my pc going a bit wild and all playback sounding like a stuck record, and thirdly the songs I'd chosen being very hard to tessellate together. It's finished now though, I showed the discipline to get it finished and the result is pretty good I think. It was like giving birth to a really big baby, unlike podcast001 which seemed to just slip out like I'd been rubbing vaseline down there for weeks. Still cute when I managed to push it out though, all the family came to visit and cuddle it. The songs have changed time and time again throughout the course of February until I got something that worked and was happy with.

It's probably more a bit commercial in sound than the first one - there's plenty of hooks to get your teeth into. Enjoy lots, tell your friends, stick it on your ianPod, and listen to it in lectures or in work or whatever you do when you're bored. There's nothing like trancing out at the back of a lecture hall, trust me.

1 comment:

StereoBelt said...

Listening now! Sounds pretty seamless so far, (of Course!)