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BioWaves 008

Posted on | December 23, 2007 | 5 Comments

BioWaves 008BioWaves episode eight, a special techno edition.

Techno has evolved and is continuing to evolve. It has influenced many other electronic styles, and there’s a cross-pollination going on between techno and minimalism, as well as in other areas.

Here’s a snapshot of various techno-flavored net label releases where techno is present, but it’s not what you parents would call techno.

BioWaves 008 Track Listing:

  1. Cubenx – Turquoise [Cyan C5]
  2. Joseph Capriati – Panjiani [Metroline Recordings MLR 005]
  3. Dieb – Feuchtsaft [Redevice rvd002]
  4. muto – Ravaleando [Xynthetic XSN016]
  5. Dessben – Gato Lampara [Offaudio offaudio044]
  6. Project Swirl – Light Acid [Ear Recordings EM18]
  7. Hofmann – Surface [Miga miga022]
  8. Katsuyuki Taguchi – White Smoke [Antiritmo antirithmo022]
  9. Ronin – Numero Cycrypto [Bio Mechanics BMT001]

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5 Responses to “BioWaves 008”

  1. Sotek
    December 23rd, 2007 @ 2:16 PM

    Come on, M4A?

  2. Kent Sandvik
    December 30th, 2007 @ 5:11 PM

    Yep, M4A, or AAC. Most modern tools and handheld devices could read AAC. Sounds far better with 192kpbs than MP3, too.

    Anyway, the reason these are AAC is that I’m using the extended podcast format, so you have links embedded inside the file, images, and so on. This way anyone could explore the music by the bands and producers by following the links inside the AAC file.

  3. muto
    January 16th, 2008 @ 7:11 AM

    Hi Kent!
    Thanks to put Ravaleando.

    Greetz from Barcelona
    Javier

  4. Aleksey Gureiev
    February 4th, 2008 @ 12:04 AM

    At first I also didn’t get why M4A, but then realized that it’s a huge convenience. I can see a mix broken into parts in my iPod with clear names of tracks and covers shown properly. It’s easy to locate the track I liked.

    When downloading, I was copy-pasting the tracklists to my notepad, but now, once I noticed that they have that nice embedded info feature, dumped all of the paperwork. :)

  5. Kent Sandvik
    February 4th, 2008 @ 10:27 AM

    Yes. I saw that Jason over at Proton Radio did similar mp4 podcasts and I was impressed, so that’s what inspired me in the first place. Using AAC files are like putting together albums, you could add artwork/images, listings, chapters and so on.

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