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Bryce Churchill

Winter Solstice 2005 – Downtempo Psychedelic Mix

An eclectic downtempo psychedelic mix by Bryce Churchill for the Winter Solstice, 2005. The journey traverses through meditative spheres spanning between psychedelic rock, world music, and electronica. Featuring songs by Popol Vuh, Sigur Rós, Pink Floyd, Boards of Canada, David Bowie, Black Sabbath, Bobby Beausoleil’s “Lucifer Rising” soundtrack, The Rolling Stones, and others.

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Nada Brahma – Reflective Indian Classical Mix

An hour and twenty minute journey into the timeless world of classical music from India. The yoga of sound goes back centuries, in search of integrating music and search for union through music. Featuring compositions from India’s greatest—including my beloved former teacher, the late great Ustad Ali Akbar Khan. Om mani padre hum.

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Earth’s First Blood – A Dark Ambient Mix

Deep within the proto-atmosphere of a planet shrouded in ash and snow, primitive life forms stir forth from the silence. Scales and exoskeletons rattle in chorus, emerging from their aeons of slumber. The awakening is approaching. The silent caverns echo a language of tectonic plates exhaling the buried secrets of their primordial wars. Featuring tracks by Coil, Lustmord, Mick Harris, Brian Eno, Main, 23 Skidoo, and Cecil Grey (Bryce Churchill.)

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Hymns To The Star Goddess, Vol. I – Electronica DJ Mix

A devotional compilation of alluring electronica, perfect for a night out under the stars with your lover. Deep rhythms slowly stir delicate melodies from their hidden resting places, suddenly ascending upwards like ancient prayers into the Heavens. Hold in silent reverence, the mysteries of the Universe. Listen and wonder…

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Electrolyte – Electro DJ Mix

Beam the mothership down to your audio landing pad with this epic mix of dark Detroit-inspired electro and spastic electrobreaks. Artificial intelligence is telling us we are falling behind the musical evolutionary curve. Planetary emissaries are currently on mission to plunge us psyche-first into the unknown frontier of innerspace. The old must be destroyed to make way for the new.

Live From Groom Lake – IDM/Glitch DJ Mix

Featured in the 1999 issue of UrbanSounds Magazine. From a remote dry lake bed deep within the desert, top secret government experiments using alien technology produce previously unheard-of sounds that are kept hidden from all but an elite few, until a civilian watchdog group remote views the compound and reveals a special message for all of mankind. Beware… for once you hear it, you will never be the same again. An exclusive mix for UrbanSounds magazine, featured with editorial reviews.