Röyksopp

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The podcast for last weekend’s 101 Dimensions program (2/3 December) is available at Progwatch.com.

If you are interested, here’s the playlist:

1. Franky Valentyn Project – The Jovian Moon Suite (from the album All In A Dream, 2017)
2. Röyksopp – What Else Is There (from the album The Understanding, 2005)
3. Lunatic Soul – Lunatic Soul; and The Final Truth (from the album Lunatic Soul, 2008)
4. Röyksopp – Circuit Breaker (from the album The Understanding, 2005)
5. whatsisname – Refraktor, 2016
6. Röyksopp – Someone Like Me (from the album The Understanding, 2005)
7. Markus Reuter – The Abolition Of Death; A Clue To Reality; and Read Aloud In Cold Blood (from the album The Longest In Terms Of Being, 2001)
8. Röyksopp – Alpha Male (from the album The Understanding, 2005)
9. David Bowie – Warszawa; Art Decade; Weeping Wall; and Subterraneans (from the album Low, 1977)

Prog On!

Tony

101 Dimensions – December 2017

The podcast for last weekend’s 101 Dimension is available at Progwatch.com. Follow this link HERE

For this edition of 101 Dimensions, I’ve assembled a diverse program of electronic, ambient, and new age music from a wide variety of international artists. Some of them you may know, some you may not…but I think you will enjoy them all! Here’s what’s on tap:

1. Röyksopp – Royksopp Forever (from the album Junior, 2009); Eple (from the album Melody A.M., 2001); The Girl And The Robot (from the album Junior, 2009); and Dead To The World (from the album The Understanding, 2005)

2. The Buggles – Living In The Age Of Plastic; Kid Dynamo; Clean Clean; and Elstree (The Age Of Plastic, 1979)

3. Jean-Michel Jarre – Chronologie Pt. 1 – 5 (from the album Chronologie, 1995)

4. Electric Asturias – Brilliant Streams (from the album Brilliant Streams, 1990)

5. Gandalf – Alhambra – Prelude; Under Southern Skies; Once In A Star-Brightened Night; Alhambra; and A Place In The Sun (from the album Sanctuary, 2009)

6. Klaus Schulze – Havlandet (from the album Historic Edition, 1995)

I hope you enjoy! Until next time, Prog On!

Tony