Song of the Day: “Space & Thyme” by shoosh

Space & Thyme by Shoosh “Space & Thyme” from shoosh‘s Orpheum Circuit album. Trippy ambient folk that reminds me of Let Freak Flag Fly era Tranquility Bass. Kiss the sky! Space & Thyme by Shoosh “Space & Thyme” from shoosh‘s Orpheum Circuit album. Trippy ambient folk that reminds me of Let Freak Flag Fly era Tranquility Bass. Kiss the sky! Read More

solipsistic NATION No. 279: Tripswitch, Live

On today’s show we have a very special live set from Nick Brennan of Tripswitch performing at the O.Z.O.R.A. Festival. Nick Brennan is Tripswitch and as Tripswitch he’s released music that is just fantastic stuff! Nick has this knack for making music that feels well-worn and new at the same time. There’s something about his music that’s instantly familiar and feels like he’s always been part of your record collection. There’s something very... Read More

Song of the Day: “Adrift In Hilbert Space” by Ott

Adrift In Hilbert Space by Ott “Adrift In Hilbert Space” from Ott‘s Mir album. Check out my interview with Ott here. Adrift In Hilbert Space by Ott “Adrift In Hilbert Space” from Ott‘s Mir album. Check out my interview with Ott here. Read More

Song of the Day: “Ayahuasca” by SeventhSwami

“Ayahuasca” from SeventhSwami‘s Here for Now album. “Ayahuasca” from SeventhSwami‘s Here for Now album. Read More

Song of the Day: “phaseyphase” by wAgAwAgA

phaseyphase by wAgAwAgA “phaseyphase” from wAgAwAgA‘s midnight sampler album, which is easily one of my favorite albums of 2012. phaseyphase by wAgAwAgA “phaseyphase” from wAgAwAgA‘s midnight sampler album, which is easily one of my favorite albums of 2012. Read More

solipsistic NATION No. 268: Secret Archives of the Vatican

Today on solipsistic NATION we’re going to reveal the hidden truths behind the Secret Archives of the Vatican… podcast. I don’t listen to many electronic music podcasts because: I simply don’t have the time, and; Most electronic music podcasts bore me, even good ones. For example, I love dubstep, but after listening to three or four episodes of a dubstep podcast, I begin to lose interest. I need variety. Some of the podcasts I do enjoy are Both Sides... Read More

solipsistic NATION No. 258: Earful

Today on solipsistic NATION we’ll talk with Charles Smith, the co-founder and COO of exfm, an online musical service that I’m very excited about. As you browse the web exfm gathers every MP3 file that you come across and builds a music library for you that you can share with your friends. I don’t get to listen to much music that way because I’m already up to my neck with music that is constantly being sent my way. I do, however, love the idea and I spend... Read More

solipsistic NATION No. 249: Beautiful Hallucination

Today’s show was originally going to have interviews with Amon Tobin and Dr. Toast about their new albums; an interview with the folks from the Norbergfestival, which is taking place in Sweden this weekend; and an interview with Geeta Dayal about her book about Brian Eno‘s album, Another Green World. That would have been a great show, right? But shows like that take a lot of time. I have to schedule the interviews, come up with some hopefully thought provoking questions,... Read More

solipsistic NATION No. 221: Kalyug

Welcome to 2011! I’ve got lots of plans for the show this year but for today I thought we’d spend the hour listening to some beautiful music that’s lush in it’s minimalism. Sometimes more really is more and to demonstrate I’m only going to play four songs on today’s show. Somtimes you need to give a song all the time it needs to bloom and unfold. Sometimes it’s worth the wait to see what journey a song will take you. I think of the music... Read More