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  1. The Metronome as a Memory Aid | StudyBass

    One of the metronome’s most important uses is not for developing better rhythm, but for helping you memorize things better and faster. In this post I explain how the metronome helps you memorize the many, many things you need to memorize as a musician. It’s one of the most beneficial practice tips I teach my students. Try it and you’ll see serious gains when trying to memorize scales, arpeggios, songs and everything else in music.

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  2. ASIP Reflection on 2014

    1. Levi Patel – The Light Unbalances Her
    2. A Winged Victory For The Sullen – Atomos VII
    3. Otto A.Totland – Steps
    4. Jon Hopkins – Open Eye Signal (Asleep version)
    5. Loscil – Iona
    6. Marsen Jules – Beautyfear III
    7. ASC – The Machinery of Night
    8. Leandro Fresco – Nada Es Para Siempre
    9. Purl – The Stars Will Have An End
    10. Neel – The Secret Revealed
    11. Frank Sebastian – Towards Distance
    12. Tdel – 1830
    13. Donato Dozzy & Tin Man – Test 3
    14. Gidge – Growth
    15. Greg Chin – Dashboard Angels
    16. To Destroy A City – First Light

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    Levi Patel – The Light Unbalances Her (Dado Records) Levi has proven my belief in what I do. The young aspiring composer put together an amazing EP titled Forms and together we found a fitting home for it on John Beltran’s Dado Records. An absolutely sublime composition. Read the full ASIP review here.

    A Winged Victory For The Sullen – Atomos VII (Erased Tapes / Kranky) With Nils Frahm and Olafur Arnalds sidestepping on the Erased Tapes label front this year, it was the turn of AWVFTS to take centre stage. A well celebrated album, Atomos encapsulates their magical stage presence and beautiful compositions that I first witnessed on the Erased Tapes 5th Anniversary show in 2012.

    Otto A.Totland – Steps (Sonic Pieces) Similarly, with Nils Frahm busy touring and becoming the new-found-master of live performances, the world was busy searching for the majestic piano-tinkering void left in his wake. We didn’t have to look far, and it came in the form of Deaf Center’s Otto A.Totland on Pinô – my favourite modern-classical release of the year and probably the most desired vinyl packaging to boot.

    Jon Hopkins – Open Eye Signal (Asleep version) (Domino Records) Another ambient master-mind that hit astronomical status this year. An Essential Mix, remixing Coldplay, and being shortlisted for a Mercury Music Prize are just some of the highlights for Jon this year. But, I’m a die-hard Hopkins fan and believe you’ll never beat him when it comes to his ambient pieces, so thank god he released the Asleep Versions this year – a small taster of why we all fell in love with his music back in 2001.

    Loscil – Iona (Kranky) Sea Island is probably Loscil’s most accomplished release to date, and definitely my favourite. You can hear echoes of his previous releases scattered amongst these tracks, giving you familiarity whilst breathing new air into one of our favourite ambient producers of recent years.

    Marsen Jules – Beautyfear III (Oktaf) I haven’t given Marsen enough love on ASIP over the years. The prolific german producer turned out Beautyfear for Oktaf this year. An instance of ‘abstract musical poetry’, created in a week during a stay in Lisbon. Look out for Marsen’s contribution to our very own release, ‘Europe’ in January.

    ASC – The Machinery of Night (Silent Season) ASC returned with Truth Be Told, his second ambient release on Silent Season, again, to wide-applause selling out pretty much immediately. Deservedly so, it’s another dive into the hypnotic and immersive world of ASC.

    Leandro Fresco – Nada Es Para Siempre (Kompakt) This was the stand-out track on Kompakt’s annual pop Ambient series this year and apparently Leandro is set to return with a new album in 2015 too. The quality of his releases never ceases to amaze me.

    Purl – The Stars Will Have An End (Dewtone) Dewtone started off another succesful year with Purl’s return to the label, Behind Clouds. Another beautiful, bubbly slice of organic and dubby ambient music.

    Neel – The Secret Revealed (Spectrum Spools). It came late in the year, but Phobos is one of the best releases of 2014. The Italian techno veteran takes a completely ambient approach this time around, in a similar guise to his Voices of The Lake alter-ego (with Dozzy). This record however, is much more ‘space-ambient’ themed, with expansive pads and enough depth to loose your head for days.

    Frank Sebastian – Towards Distance (Subspiele) In what was a big year for Subspiele, the label produced it’s first vinyl record, and what a great way to begin. Label boss Frank Sebastian was up first with a mixture of ambient and dub-techno on Towards Distance. More detail here.

    Tdel – 1830 (Don’t Trust Humans) One of the new finds from 2014, on ‘Don’t Trust Humans’, is this brilliant techno LP from Tdel. It ended up being one of my most loved techno records of the year. I’m looking forward to seeing what both Tdel and the label have in store for 2015.

    Donato Dozzy & Tin Man – Test 3 (Acid Test) I also spent a lot of my time this year exploring the Acid Test series. After seeing Dozzy and Neel play in Seattle, my love for their music took on a new meaning and 2014 has seen me accumulating pretty much anything I can find of theirs on vinyl including the latest Acid Test instalment, Acid Test 09.

    Gidge – Growth (Atomnation) The record of the year in many respects – Gidge’s Autumn Bells, is definitely one of my most played, and probably my most recommend album for anyone I speak to about music this year. An exploratory masterpiece in electronica. Gidge’s isolatedmix has also been one of the most loved mixes to date… who knows what this young norwegian pair have up their sleeves next.

    Greg Chin – Dashboard Angels (Delsin Records) Perhaps one of the more unrecognizable names on the track-list, comes in the form of Dashboard Angels from Greg Chin, taken from John Beltran’s latest compilation, Music For Machines. I haven’t got around to putting anything up on ASIP about this release yet, but it’s a superb double compilation of new ambient acts, highly recommended and this track is a shining example of the quality.

    To Destroy A City – First Light (n5MD) n5MD had a pretty big 2013 and looking back, 2014 has been just as big for them too, despite the spotlight not leaning their way too many times. To Destroy A City returned with Sunless, their sophomore album and a highly anticipated record for many post-rock fans. It certainly did the trick, and this track was a perfect closer for me.

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  3. THE COSMIC LOUNGE 039 HOSTED BY MIKE G (Sunday January 26st 2014)

    1 David Parsons Dakpa (Mike’s Mother Of All Drones edit) Musique Mechanique (various) Celestial Harmonies 2 Stephen Micus I Praise you, Unfading Rose Panagia ECM 3 Emerald Web On And Off The Planet Manatee Dreams Of Neptune Scarlet Records 4 David Parsons Dakpa (return) Musique Mechanique (various) Celestial Harmonies 5 Emerald Web Photonos (edit) The Stargate Tapes Finders Keepers 6 Delerium Hypoxia Spheres II Hypnotic 7 Tripswitch Roll Your Own Circuit Breaker Liquid Sound Design 8 Abakus A Whole New Way Of Looking At The Day That Much Closer To The Sun Liquid Sound Design 9 The Egg Venice Beach Forwards Squarepeg 10 Pink Floyd Cluster One The Division Bell Columbia

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  4. Solid Steel Radio Show 1/11/2013 - Four Tet

    "This mix is made from unofficial edits and mixes. I guess these edits were mainly made to be played in clubs and I’ve always like the tradition of DJs extending and rearranging to make things work in their sets. Most of the edits here are unreleased because they are just tools for DJs really. The Black Unity one was done for the Solid Steel US tour that I did in 2001. Thanks to Daphni, Floating Points and Happa for the edits I got from them."

    1. Playboy Mommy edit
    2. Musiq - Photomachine H.E.R raw edit
    3. HR Groove (J Rocc edit)
    4. Marcos Valle Floating Points edit
    5. K54 - Aight Aight Aight!
    6. Sweet Love (volca edit)
    7. Ain’t no need (Zernell and Goodking edit)
    8. Give it up and turn it loose (Black Cock edit)
    9. Girl you need a change of mind (Bobby Busnach edit)
    10. Marvin time to get it together (Daphni edit)
    11. Everyday Extended Edit
    12. Joni Mitchell Dreamland edit
    13. Arthur Russell Flagrant Foul edit
    14. Jerry Green Daphni edit
    15. Weather Report - Non stop edit
    16. Peaches and Prunes edit Ron Hardy
    17. Funky Nassau (KH edit)
    18. Teddy Pendergrass - Sunshine Sound edit
    19. Happy song or dance (FK edit)
    20. Ugly Edit 6
    21. Kikrokus Ron Hardy edit
    22. Edie and the Eggs edit
    23. Jack Your Big Booty (Happa edit)
    24. Canned Heat Daphni Edit
    25. Pharoah Black Unity club mix
    26. What’s going on extended loud drums
    27. silence
    28. Peter Finger loop

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  5. Solid Steel Radio Show 18/10/2013 Part 1 + 2 - Tom Middleton, Joe Muggs, Richie Rundle

    Solid Steel (18th October) This week’s first hour is mixed and compiled by Tom Middleton with Richie Rundle & Joe Muggs, giving us The Sound Of The Cosmos. SOTC as a living movement began in earnest with a 1000-capacity tent at the Big Chill in 2011, where the legendary Tom Middleton hooked up with music journalist Joe Muggs and West Country acid house veteran Richie Rundle to put together a lineup that connected the new bass generation with the kind of celestial exploration that Tom has indulged with for over two decades now. This developed into more gigs and now a label which they showcase in this mix with music from Primitive Eskimo, Blacksmif, Sapience and Silkie, Distal & Mite from the forthcoming EP. This sits alongside a stellar cast including Vangelis, Pearson Sound, Moody Boyz and John Barry for a truly cosmic mix.

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    PART 1 + 2 - Sound Of The Cosmos twitter.com/SOTCosmos

    Vangelis _ Heaven and Hell _ unknown Carl Sagan _ Cosmos intro _ unknown VVV _ Arrival (Tom Middleton Edit) _ SOTC Zee&Eli _ Ego’s Veil _ ZiiZii Pearson Sound _ Lola _ Hessle Audio Primitive Eskimo _ On The Rocks _ SOTC Primitive Eskimo _ On The Rocks (Balearic 808 Breaks Mix) _ SOTC Troy Gunner & Synkro _ Is This _ CDR Frederic Robinson _ Mixed Signals _ BMT Blacksmif _ Sur La Lune _ SOTC Sapience _ Nocturnal _ SOTC Silkie, Distal & Mite _ Something About Daisy (Tum Miggledon 140-160 Edit) _ SOTC Nightwave _ Vimana _ Heka Trax Moody Boyz _ Everywhere, Anywhere & Nowhere _ Studio Rockers Duke Slammer _ Wax Ham _ Bonus Round Om Unit _ Deep Sea Pyramid _ Civil Music Sam Binga _ Freezy _ Modulations Universal Solution _ Liquid Love _ SOTC Gameboy _ No-ones _ Oyabun Audio Synkro _ Fading Lights _ Apollo Doctor Cockbloctopus _ Faulty Lightbitch _ no label Forgold _ Sleep Cycle _ SOTC Jabru _ Glass Floor _ SOTC John Barry _ Black Hole Main Title Theme _ Intrada

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  6. Solid Steel Radio Show 26/4/2013 Part 1 2 - Mixmaster Morris (mix)

    Solid Steel (26th April) After last week’s frantic session, it’s a more laid back affair all round as we welcome Mixmaster Morris in Hour 1 for our 25th Anniversary slot. His history with Solid Steel goes back to the early days when he would often sit in for Coldcut on Kiss FM, alongside his own show The Chill Out Zone. He is also responsible for producing arguably one of the best remixes for Coldcut, with the classic Irresistible Force Full Chill Mix of ‘Autumn Leaves’ and productions on Rising High and Ninja Tune. We open with Robert Glasper, the wonderful Letherette remix for Bibio and tracks from Romare, Cid Rim and Oriol. Plus there’s music from Lapalux, Fatima, Floating Points Ensemble and closing on the Idjut Boys remix for Smith and Mudd.

    PART 1 2 - Mixmaster Morris twitter.com/nubient

    Robert Glasper _ Open Mind (edit) _ Blue Note Bibio _ Lovers Carving (Letherette remix) _ WARP Evil Needle _ Laid Back _ HW&W Romare _ Meditations on Afrocentrism _ Black Acre Bersarin Quartet _ Perlen, Honig _ Denovali Cid Rim _ Poellau _ Affine Oriol _ Joy FM _ Planet Mu Tall Black Guy _ From Home To Work and Back Again _ giant Step Visioneers _ Come and Play in the Milky Night _ BBE Flevans _ Begin Again _ Tru Thoughts Deee-Lite _ Groove is in the Heart (acapella) _ Elektra Miguel Atwood Ferguson Ensemble _ Fall in Love _ Mochilla Lapalux _ Swallowing Smoke _ Ninja Tune DJ Yogurt

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  7. Solid Steel Radio Show 25/1/2013 Part 3 4 - Kirk Degiorgio (mix)

    Our guest for the 25th Anniversary slot in Hour 2 is Kirk Degiorgio, well known for his own Techno productions, he also covers a wide spectrum of musical styles especially with his own taste in music. We ask our guests for something different and following his last appearance on Solid Steel in 2005, he returns with a beautiful Ambient mix titled "A Beatless Planet". We suggest headphones firmly in place and somewhere to relax as we drift through music from Gil Melle, Roy Budd, Kraftwerk, Piero Piccioni and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. This is just the first hour and we will be back with the second half later in the year…….

    PART 3 4 - Kirk Degiorgio twitter.com/KirkDegiorgio

    Henry Wolff & Nancy Hennings _ Khumbu Ice-Fall _ Island Records Stomu Yamashta _ Prelude _ Arista Gil Melle _ hex _ Kapp Records The Electrosoniks _ Moon Maid _ Philips Ralph Towner

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  8. FACT mix 388 - Jon Hopkins (Jun ‘13) (mix)

    1 Lesser Heaven (JH Edit) – Brian Eno with Jon Hopkins & Leo Abrahams 2 Point In Time – Lake People 3 Moving Close – Warren Suicide (Apparat Remix) 4 Open Eye Signal (Nosaj Thing Remix) / Original Mix – Jon Hopkins 5 Ascending (JH Edit) – Actress 6 Melbourne – Oliver Huntemann 7 When The Sun – Terrence Fixmer 8 Gekko – Scuba 9 Mercy (Boddika VIP) – Boddika

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  9. Solid Steel Radio Show 28/6/2013 Part 1 2 - Congo Natty (mix)

    PART 1 - Interview with Congo Natty twitter.com/CongoNattyRebel

    Congo Natty _ Revolution _ Big Dada Congo Natty _ Jungle Is I And I _ Big Dada Bob Marley and the Wailers _ Natty Dread _ Island Congo Natty _ Jungle Souljah _ Big Dada Double Trouble & Rebel MC _ Just Keep Rockin’ _ Desire Double Trouble

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