Retromanía - Tim Hecker, actualidad y pasado del ambient - 17/10/16  

A raíz de su nuevo álbum, Love Streams y de su actuación en España el 12 de Noviembre en el festival Mira de Barcelona, aprovechamos para repasar muy por breve el fenómeno del nuevo ambient electrónico con algunos antecedentes fundamentales.

Sonarán: Tim Hecker - Obsidian counter point; Tangerine Dream - Birth of liquid Pleiades; Eno - Slow water; Aphex Twin - Schottkey 7th path; Fennesz - Caecilia; Tim Hecker -The work of art in the age of cultural
overproduction; Tim Hecker - Studio suicide 1980; James Ferraro - Fake pain; Hundred Waters - Down from the Rafters (Tim Hecker remix)

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Grand Theft Auto V – The Cane and Rinse podcast No.258  

"Nothing looks more suspicious in America than someone who's actually prepared to make something."

Leon, James, Jay and Sean take on Rockstar Games' critical and commercial behemoth, Grand Theft Auto V. The panel dissect the open world, the gameplay mechanics and the unholy trinity of characters, as well as the game's story and script. Expanding online component GTA Online is also on the menu and up for discussion. As usual we also get to hear about the experiences of the ever-reliable and articulate Cane and Rinse community on their experiences of playing one of the most successful games ever released.
Music used in this issue:

Track 1: Welcome to Los Santos by Tangerine Dream, Woody Jackson, The Alchemist and Oh No
Track 2: A Bit of an Awkward Situation by Tangerine Dream, Woody Jackson, The Alchemist and Oh No

Cane and Rinse 238 was edited by Jay Taylor (@JaySevenZero).

Do you have an opinion about a game we're covering that you'd like read out on the podcast? Then venture over to our forum and check out the list of upcoming games we're covering. Whilst there you can join in the conversations with our friendly community in discussing all things relating to videogames, along with lots of other stuff too. Sound good? Then come and say hello at The Cane and Rinse forum

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Echoes feature - Peter Baumann  

Peter Baumann was a member of Tangerine Dream during their classic era that included albums like Phaedra, Rubycon, Stratosfear and Ricochet. He put out a few solo albums, then founded the influential Private Music label that launched the solo careers of Patrick O’Hearn, Yanni and Andy Summers as well as albums by Philip Glass, Suzanne Ciani, Ravi Shankar and Tangerine Dream. Ironically, Baumann never recorded any music himself for the label. He sold the company in 1996 and then disappeared from music. For the last 20 years he’s been running a philosophical think-tank, the Baumann Institute. But now he’s returned with his first new music in 33 years, an album called Machines of Desire. We plug in with Peter Baumann.

Zoltan Biro - Chill Out Session 120 (The History of Ambient Music)  

More Information About Ambient Music: 1.The Orb - Back Side Of The Moon (1991) 2.Aphex Twin - Xtal (1992) 3.Wendy Carlos - Orange Mécanique Thème (1972) 4.Vangelis - Alpha (1976) 5.Jean Michel Jarre - Oxygene part 4 (1976) 6.Mikhail Chekalin - Avoiding The Desire (1997) 7.Claude Debussy - Reverie (1890) 8.Erik Satie - Gnossienne No.1 (1893) 9.John Cage - In A Landscape (1948) 10.Karlheinz Stockhausen - Kontakte Part 3 (1959) 11.Klaus Schulze - Bayreuth Return (1975) 12.Klaus Schulze - Floating (1976) 13.Pink Floyd - Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (1968) 14.Tangerine Dream - Stratosfear (1976) 15.Cluster - Sowiesoso (1976) 16.Kraftwerk - Music Non Stop (1986) 17.Kraftwerk - Radioactivity (1975) 18.Brian Eno - 1/2 (1978) 19.Tom Dissevelt & Kid Baltan - Song of the Second Moon (1957) 20.Brian Eno - An Ending (Ascent) (1983) 21.Deuter - Temple of Silence (1999) 22.Upper Astral - Manifestation (1981) 23.Don Robertson - Resurrection (1981) 24.Steven Halpern - The Om Zone (2007) 25.Biosphere - Antennaria (1997) 26.Tim Hecker - 7000 Miles (2003) 27.Ulf Lohmann - Java (2001) 28.Steve Roach - The Other Side (2005) 29.Monolake - Mass Transit Railway (1997) 30.Helios - Bless This Morning Year (2006) 31.Future Sound of London - Lifeforms Path 4 (1994) 32.GAS - Königsforst #5 (1999)

Echoes feature - Jean-Michel Jarre  

Legendary French electronic musician Jean-Michel Jarre has his first album in 8 years and perhaps his best since 1984’s Zoolook. Jarre is renowned for his best-selling debut Oxygene in 1976. The son of famed film composer Maurice Jarre and a student of French musique concrete pioneer Pierre Schaeffer, Jarre is steeped in the lineage of electronic music. So on his new album, Electronica 1: The Time Machine, he creates his own trip through electronic history, collaborating with contemporaries like Tangerine Dream; electronica artists M83, Moby, Massive Attack and Air; and techno artist Armin Van Buren. In an exclusive interview, Jean-Michel Jarre plugs us in to an electronic history lesson.

Echoes feature - Chronotope Project  

Chronotope Project is Jeffrey Ericson Allen, a musician who has made a few transformations in his life. He began his recording career as New Age artist Jeff Defty, before taking on his family name as a person, and Chronotope Project as an artistic identity. He also started out on cello before hearing electronic sounds from Brian Eno, Tangerine Dream and The Orb. As Chronotope Project, he mixes mystical, philosophical, fantasy and sci-fi imagery into haunting soundscapes. He’s just released a new album called Dawn Treader. We talk to Jeffrey Ericson Allen about a music of Time and space.

Echoes feature - Steve Roach: Skeleton Keys  

Steve Roach is an iconic electronic musician from Southern California via the Arizona deserts. He long ago transcended his roots in the early electronic music of Tangerine Dream and Klaus Schulze, to create his own distinctive sound explorations. He's the Doyen of Drone, the Architect of Techno-Tribal and the Sultan of Sequencers. It's that later sound that brings him to us to talk about his album, Skeleton Keys, a new exploration of sequencer sounds using modular analog synthesizers. Steve Roach talks about the genesis of this probe into a hypnotic and kinetically pulsing sound world.

Protocol Radio #147  

Tracklist #147 01 Nicky Romero vs. Volt & State - Warriors (Syn Cole Remix) 02 Univz - Vanished 03 Deniz Koyu & Don Palm Vs Bingo Players - Nothing To Lift (SunJay Summer MashUp) 04 Oliver Heldens & Shaun Frank - Shades Of Grey 05 Steve Angello - Children Of The Wild ft. Mako 06 John Christian & Arin Tone, Corey James - Collage 07 Lush & Simon x Paris & Simo - Drop The Pressure 08 Jean-Michel Jarre Tangerine Dream - Zero Gravity (Above Beyond Remix) 09 Zedd - Beautiful Now (Dirty South Remix) 10 Fraanklyn - Rock The Funky Beat 11 Magnificence - Promise 12 MAKJ & Thomas Newson - BLACK (Nicky Romero Ultra Edit) 13 ID - Oh, Amazing Bass

Protocol Radio #147  

Tracklist #147 01 Nicky Romero vs. Volt & State - Warriors (Syn Cole Remix) 02 Univz - Vanished 03 Deniz Koyu & Don Palm Vs Bingo Players - Nothing To Lift (SunJay Summer MashUp) 04 Oliver Heldens & Shaun Frank - Shades Of Grey 05 Steve Angello - Children Of The Wild ft. Mako 06 John Christian & Arin Tone, Corey James - Collage 07 Lush & Simon x Paris & Simo - Drop The Pressure 08 Jean-Michel Jarre Tangerine Dream - Zero Gravity (Above Beyond Remix) 09 Zedd - Beautiful Now (Dirty South Remix) 10 Fraanklyn - Rock The Funky Beat 11 Magnificence - Promise 12 MAKJ & Thomas Newson - BLACK (Nicky Romero Ultra Edit) 13 ID - Oh, Amazing Bass

Erlebte Geschichten vom 15.05.2015  

Zeitzeuge: Edgar Froese Hintergrund: Einer der Väter der elektronischen Musik, Gründer von Tangerine Dream Autor: Ingo Zander © WDR 2015

Full of Milk & Beer & Chicken.  

On this episode, Sean and Tucker saunter down to the watering hole.

0:00:00 - 0:25:42 -  Tucker and Sean saw Furious 7 (2015), directed by James Wan, starring Paul Walker, Vin Diesel, The Rock, Jason Statham, Tony Jaa,  Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, Kurt Russell, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, Nathalie Emmanuel, Lucas Black, Ronda Rousey, and Djimon Honsou. 

Also discussed in this section: Marilyn Manson, John Wick, the GoPro footage of the stunts, Richard Brody's review, Watchmen, Road Warrior, Skin Game, Universal Solider, The Marine, Hunger Games, Lego Movie, Terminator 5, The Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy, The Transporter Refueled, Brick Mansions, The Incredible Hulk, Plan 9 From Outer Space, Chronicles of Riddick, Saw, Gladiator, Liam Hemsworth, Jet Li, Fast & The Furious: Tokyo Drift, and Hugh Jackman. 

0:25:43 - 0:34:15 - Sean saw Run All Night (2015), directed by Juame Collet Serra, starring Liam Neeson, Ed Harris, Joel Kinnaman, Nick Nolte, Bruce McGill, Common, Boyd Holbrook, Genesis Rodriguez, and Vincent D'onofrio. 

Also discussed in this section: Walter Hill, Warrior, Noah, Unknown, the Robocop remake, Non-Stop, the MUBI article about Collet-Sera/Neesons "Three Colors Trilogy", Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Arrow, Michael Pena, Elias Koteas, valium, Mortal Kombat 2, and The Gunman. 

0:34:16 - 0:50:06 - Sean watched It Follows (2015), dir. David Robert Mitchell, starring Maika Monroe, Keir Gilchrist, Olivia Luccardi, Lilli Sepe, Daniel Zovatto, and Jake Weary. 

Also discussed in this section: this amazing Hobo With A Shotgun inspirational reel edited by Jason Eisener, John Carpenter, The Guest, Nightmare on Elm Street, Carrie, Christine, Elephant, Tangerine Dream, Housebound, The Devil's Rejects, Daredevil, Arrested Development, The Unbreakable Kimmy Scmidt, The Stand, Joe Carnahan's Daredevil 70s period piece supercut, George Romero, Robocop, Once Upon A Time In The West, Halloween 3, Jerry Minor, The Warriors, The Bourne Supremacy, Mean Streets, Person Of Interest, The Exterminator, The Executioner novels, Don't Go In The House, Jaws, Matthew Holness' A Gun For George, Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner, Cliff Robertson, Monkey Shines, and Hollywoodland.

THE THIRD AGE: Paul Buchman from Mad About You. 
Listen to the Night with K-RUS  

0:00:00 - 0:13:38 - To start off this episode, both of us watched The Hit (1984), directed by Stephen Frears, starring Terrence Stamp, John Hurt, Tim Roth, Laura Del Sol, and Fernando Rey. 

Also watched in this section: Poltergeist, Superman 2, Poor Cow, The Limey, Lie To Me, Reservoir Dogs, Cul De Sac, Waiting For Godot, Dark Star, Nurse Betty, and Rabid Dogs. 

0:13:39 - 0:31:47 - Both of us watched The Grifters (1990), directed by Stephen Frears, starring John Cusack, Anjelica Huston, Annette Benning, and Pat Hingle. 

Also discussed in this section: Jim Thompson, Donald Westlake, Brian De Palma, Psycho, Touch of Evil, In The Mouth of Madness, the absolutely amazing Beverly D'Angelo scene deleted from High Fidelity, Melanie Griffith, Michael Gough, Breakdown, Ronin, Woody Allen, James L. Brooks, Broadcast News, Used Cars, and James Adomian. 

0:31:48 - 0:58:28 - Morgan watched Near Dark (1987), directed by Kathryn Bigelow, starring Bill Paxton, Lance Henriksen, Jeannete Goldstein, Adrian Pasdar, and Jenny Wright. 

Also discussed in this section: the time Sean's sister Noel met Eric Roberts, Blue Steel, the Eric Red episode of The Dollop, Point Break, The Loveless, Aliens, The Hitcher, Body Parts, James Cameron, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Preacher, Terminator 2, Best of the Best, Anne Rice, The Guest, Road House, Mario Bava, Billy Zane, The Hunger, I Am Legend, Tangerine Dream, John Carpenter, The Dark Knight, David Lynch, Jonathan Demme, Heroes, The Lost Boys, Falling Down, The Goonies, Phone Booth, Francis Ford Coppola's Dracula, Keanu Reeves, Steve McQueen, Black Sabbath, Tom Cruise, Furious 7, Jeremy Renner, and Twilight.

0:56:29 - 1:14:58 - BOOK CLUB

Cassavetes on Cassavetes by Ray Carney

Also discussed in this section: Shadows, Gloria, A Woman Under the Influence, Husbands, Faces, A Child is Waiting, Too Late Blues, Stanley Kramer, Charles Mingus, Eraserhead, and baby Steven Spielberg. 

Shock Value by Jason Zinoman

Also discussed in this section: John Carpenter, George Romero, Dan O'Bannon, Ridley Scott, Walter Hill,, Roman Polanski, Brian De Palma, William Friedkin, Alfred Hitchcock, Herschell Gordon Lewis, Roger Corman, William Castle, Wes Craven, Tobe Hooper, David Cronenberg, An American Nightmare, Cronenberg on Cronenberg, House of Psychotic Women, Terminator, and Robin Wood. 

1:14:59- 1:24:11 - Closing comments. We also sort of talk about Hard Target (1993), directed by John Woo, starring Jean Claude Van Damme, Lance Henriksen, Kasi Lemmons, Arnold Vosloo, Sven-Ole Thorson, and WIlford Brimley. 

Also discussed in this section: Cabin Fever, Cocoon, Cocoon 2, Seinfeld, Ringo Lam, the Universal Soldier films, Cyborg, Double Impact, Maximum Risk, Replicant, Dragon Eyes, Masters of the Universe, Steven Seagal, Chuck Norris, Above The Law, Out For Justice, John Flynn, Pam Grier, Blind Fury, and Meg Foster. 

THE SECOND AGE: Burke from Aliens.
Carne de Videoclub - Episodio 41.5 - Especial Soundtracks & Scores Vol.2  

Aquí tenemos el segundo episodio dedicados íntegramente a la música de cine. En esta ocasión nos metemos en terrenos instrumentales durante casi dos horas de duración en amor y compañía David Webb y el aquí escribiente Domingo Dark Vinyl. Recuerdos, paranoias varias, las últimas películas que hemos visto y demás divagaciones en este nuevo episodio intermedio... estas avisad@. VOLUMEN 2 (Scores): 1. Harold Faltermeyer – Tango y Cash 2. Tangerine Dream – Catch me if you Can 3. Carter Burwell – Conspiración 4. Fred Myrow & Malcom Seagrave – Phantasma II 5. Alan Silvestri – Delta Force 6. Ennio Morricone – Kill Bill vol.2 7. John Debney – Michael Jordan to the Max 8. Giorgio Moroder – El Expreso de Medianoche 9. Hans Zimmer – Llamaradas 10. Mark Knopfler – La Princesa Prometida 11. Jerry Goldsmith – Exploradores 12. Barry de Vorzon – The Warriors 13. Peter Best – Cocodrilo Dundee 14. Ennio Morricone – El Profesional 15. Michael Colombier – El Chico de Oro 16. Danny Elfman – Eduardo Manostijeras 17. David Arnold – Hot Fuzz 18. Malcom Arnold – El Puente sobre el Río Kwai 19. Mark Mancina – Speed 20. Henry Mancini – La Pantera Rosa

Echoes feature - Remembering Edgar Froese of Tangerine Dream  

Edgar Froese, founder of the group Tangerine Dream, changed his cosmic address on January 20, 2015. We remember this groundbreaking, influential musician by looking back at our profile of Tangerine Dream, one of 20 Icons of Echoes. We hear from Edgar Froese himself, as well as several musicians who were inspired by Tangerine Dream.

Radio Free Skaro #454 - Tangerine Dream  

Mind games, face huggers and tangerines...that's what passes for Christmastime when the Doctor gets involved. Sarcastic elves, a sassy Santa, and questionably CG reindeer round out Doctor Who's dip into surreality on this latest Xmas special, "Last Christmas", from the pen of Steven Moffat and directed by Paul Wilmshurst. So what did the Three Who Rule, brains slowed by turkey and Tofurky, think of P-Cap's first foray into Yuletide adventure? Down some egg nog, tear yourself away from erudite political discussion with the relatives, and have a listen! 


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Echoes feature - Tangerine Dream  

Tangerine Dream's 1974 album Phaedra is the Sgt. Peppers Lonely Heart's Club Band of space music. Everything changed after they reinvented the concept of electronic music. We'll hear interviews with artists influenced by the album and excepts from this epic recording.

Episod 47  

I episod 47 pratar vi om dokumentärerna The Imposter och Jiro Dreams Of Sushi, samt Lawless, Journey, Tangerine Dream och … laser! Episod 47

The Mind-Blowing, Mysterious Moogfest: Festival Recap  

If it weren't for Robert Moog, a lot of the music you enjoy today might not have been possible. As inventor of the Moog synthesizer, he gave rise not only to the technology needed for modern electronic music, but also to the creative spirit that inspired countless musicians to take his vision and play with it, mold it and reshape it into mind blowing works of art.

This past weekend, a remarkably gifted group of electronic and experimental rock artists gathered to celebrate Moog's genius in Asheville, N.C. for the annual Moogfest. All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen and NPR Music producer Jacob Ganz were there and, on this week's show, report back with some of their favorite discoveries, including music from Amon Tobin, The Field, Tangerine Dream, and soundscape artist Tim Hecker.

Brian Eno also presented his breathtaking sound and visual installation 77 Million Paintings, and the influential minimalist composer Terry Riley performed for nearly two hours. There were DJ sets from Flying Lotus and James Murphy, and prog-rock from Battles.

The Illusory Ego  

Tami Simon speaks with Peter Baumann and Michael Taft. Peter began his career as a member of the acclaimed band Tangerine Dream, and went on to found the Baumann Foundation, an interdisciplinary think tank dedicated to exploring what it means to be fully human. Michael has been a professional writer and researcher for more than […]

Echoes feature - Vic Hennegan  

Vic Hennegan is something of an anomaly, a black electronic space musician. Growing up in Philly, instead of Michael Jackson, he dialed up the sounds of Tangerine Dream and now makes his own space music. He talks about his new - and best - CD, Field of Worlds and Mirrors.

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