Martijn Geerts

favorite programming music

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Current programming playlist is a mix of Die Antwoord (they released a new album earlier this month so got some catching up to do), Little Big ("the Russian Die Antwoord"), and some random NYHC songs just to crank things up a bit every now and then. Works wonders for me.

 

6 hours ago, Macrura said:

The Shadows (Greatest Hits etc.)

I'm pretty sure I've still got an LP from The Shadows somewhere. One of the first ones I ever bought and to be honest I'm not entirely sure if I've even listened to it properly – got lured in by the cover art and the rest is history.. :)

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kuhl, the die antwood stuff is freaking hilarious, i couldn't work to this, would be too listening...

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Shameless self plug warning :

I'm currently in the process of migrating my electronic / dance music mixes to Orfium from Soundcloud.

I like to think my mixes are more accessible to people than most, even if you're not into the genre.

Like all my free offer posts, this is also free to try :)

Update : Changed link to Mixcloud from Orphium.

https://www.mixcloud.com/AlQabron/

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On 9/26/2016 at 7:09 AM, Macrura said:

 

last couple of days

The Shadows (Greatest Hits etc.)
Misc classic jazz
Steve Reich (Music for 18 Musicians etc)
Gurdjieff/De Hartmann Piano music
Scott Walker (film score and instrumental selections)

I don't see the Gurdjieff/De Hartmann music name-checked too often, I'm familiar with Cecil Lytle's recordings. Are you into Gurdjieff's teachings? Such an interesting person with some amazing ideas!

When I'm working and things are crazy, ambient music helps get me in a productive frame of mind - my favorites include:

  • Brian Eno's "Discreet Music" "Music for Airports" and "Another Green World" (I've listened to this maybe 1,000 times and still hear new things!)
  • Daniel Lanois' "Belladonna" and "Apollo" (one of many Eno collabs)
  • Bill Laswell "Radioaxiom: Bass the Final Frontier" and his remix of Gigi's "Illuminated Audio"
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i am indeed somewhat a follower of the 'fourth way'... there are a lot of recordings of those piano arrangements, i have Alain Kremski and Keith Jarret which are all good..

I used to listen to Discreet Music a lot, on vinyl

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