Friday, March 25, 2011

Head Visions

I had planned to post this ambient beauty by Bernd Kistenmacher, but you can officially buy it HERE and that's what I'd do if I didn't already spend way more pesos on my vinyl copy. Check out Mr. Kistenmacher's blog HERE and a lot of great live performances on YOUTUBE. Listen to "Dreamdance " from this here LP and a lot more beautiful Elektronische Musik on his myspace.
Cheers, Basso

No download link here. People who fuck enthusiastic independent labels will go to digital hell ...

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

The Band Of The World - Equatorial Planes (2011)

On my quest for Silver Seeds and Poison Gold i crossed the Sauce Cosmos just recently.
What a ride! I've been attacked by Jungle Jacks trying to Lengthen
my Shadows with Real Mirrors. ALready saw myself in an Air Burial
but survived by riding away on Race Worms MkII. We were riding through Waves of DNA until finally we landed on Soap Island to rest and spin some of our favourite Discs.
The Band of the World is Josh Rachenbach and Lisa Pace. They are a cube field electronic band from Los Angeles. BIG thanks to Josh for sending the link to the equatorial plane trip!

Sunday, March 20, 2011

dedicated to my friends in Japan

I'd rather turn off the computer and use candles at night than keep getting electricity from nuclear power plants. Get your candles too and listen.

The Fusion Vol. I & II

Tuesday, March 15, 2011


the atlantic ocean as seen from La Gomera's south coast.
the joy of cooking #7 is availaible for download (just register...) and streams over at now - here.
Must admit it's a little sweeter than the last shows as it was supposed to be one of the soundtracks to my holidays in the sun that are now officially over. it was nice listening to it and watching the seagulls play in the sky...... enjoying the scent of grilled tuna with avocado sauce and canarian wrinkly potatoes.
Playlist follows. Cheers!

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Hermeneutic ambiance

I'm not going to loose many words on this. It's ambient, it's funny and experimental and a grower and I really really dig it. Nothing for the jazzheads probably, but if you're into obscure electronic music you'll have fun! Lots...
Cheers, Basso

Not doing a little blog-research before posting is stoopid.
This lovely LP has been posted before on Just Another Garden
and Synopsis Electronica. Both of these blogs are fantastic!