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nostromo-featured Space Music: Carpenter Brut, 67P & ‘Alien’ Ambient

The holidays are ultimately about our annual cosmic journey through the unforgiving cold of winter. Like a generation ship en route to a distant star, it’s all about the desperate hope that we’ll emerge from the void and find new

visionsofdune-feature Space Music: Bernard Szajner’s ‘Visions of Dune’

I hold Frank Herbert’s “Dune” right up there as one of my favorite books of all time. It’s psychedelic, philosophical, ecological and succeeds in crafting a universe of intrigue unparalleled by almost any other single volume of science fiction. So

john-carpenter-lost-themes-featured Space Music: John Carpenter, Aphex Twin, Tycho

I’m excited about this one, ladies and gents. Like a lot of you out there, I’m a big John Carpenter fan. The man’s iconic movies helped shape my imagination and I still dip back into the vault for regular re-viewings.

halloweenpumpkin-feature Halloween III: Witchcraft, Androids and Great Synth

So I finally got around to watching 1981′s “Halloween III: Season of the Witch,” in large part because John Carpenter and Alan Howarth’s original soundtrack is so incredibly good. Seriously, this OST follows Carpenter and Howarth’s already exceptional collaborations on

spacemusicsyro-feature Space Music: Aphex & Gazelle Twins, Sinoia Caves

It’s been a stretch since I’ve shared some Space Music, so I thought I’d take a few minutes to discuss some recent releases of note. First of all, there’s “Syro,” Richard James’ first new Aphex Twin studio album in 13

godtoldmeto-feature Space Music: DJ Food’s ‘Future Shock’

Our two podcast episodes on Alvin Toffler’s “Future Shock” rank up there among my favorite episodes from the past year, so I was thrilled to wake up this morning and find DJ Food’s “Future Shock” mix on Solid Steel. The

bocharvest-feature Space Music: ‘Telepath’ by Boards of Canada

I recently blogged about the microwave auditory effect, which allows us to transmit sounds or even simple words directly into the human skull. It’s a voice no one else can hear, except for those in the path of the beam.

2001dawnofman-feature Space Music: Tool meets ’2001: A Space Odyssey’

The “Dawn of Man” segment in Stanley Kubrick’s 1968 classic “2001: A Space Odyssey” is simply spellbinding, as is that portion of Arthur C. Clarke’s novel. It’s a legendary sequence, forever linked with Richard Strauss’ “Also sprach Zarathustra.” But what

pertubator-feature Space Music: Perturbator, Caustic Window & More

It’s been a spell since I shared some Space Music, so here’s a quick trio of selections you can’t go wrong with… First up, if you enjoy retrofuturistic VHS-inspired synth music, then I highly recommend the work of Pertubator. If

Harpoon_by_Maximyz-feature Space Music: Michael Red, The 2999 Project, Tycho

It’s time for more Space Music, and once more we look to The 2999 Project, an ongoing initiative from King Deluxe records to present dreams of a dawning 31st century through music, art and the written word. The above image

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