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ASIP - The Last Frequencies

ASIP - The Last Frequencies

Playing tracks by

Computer Afterlife, Rashida Prime, Innerst Inne, Merrin Karras, Steve Moore and more.

Chart positions

This show was 1st in the global instrumental chart, 1st in the global experimental chart, 1st in the global eclectic chart, 1st in the global soundtrack chart and 2nd in the global ambient chart.

First a man behind the words of A Strangely Isolated Place blog (I prefer to call it a magazine), then a curator of an influential record label, and now a master selector of musical journeys, Ryan Griffin has been a partner in crime on my sonic evangelism for over a decade now. So without a doubt, I'm more than honoured to host a beautiful ASIP mix on Headphone Commute - perhaps the only reason it took so long in the first place is that I didn't want to take away his time from the beautiful Isolated Mixes appearing on all your favourite platforms. Nevertheless, here we are, and I'm super excited to share with you this gorgeous voyage, featuring two unreleased ASIP tracks (from Merrin Karras and Markus Guentner). So... less words and more music!!! Enjoy!!!

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Rashida Prime - absolutely beautiful music

Boris Volunuev

They block a lot of mixes in the US. Annoying!

Boris Volunuev

oh man, why did they pull this mix!

Headphone Commute

What do you mean? I can still play it here (in UK)

Boris Volunuev

Love it! Love the track w the Bladerunner samples. Any reference to that film automatically gets points in my book.

Aleksandar Sarkic (DJ Sarke)

Atmospheric and deep, really like it especially the track from Merrin Karras fantastic.

Sterling White

Can I get a playlist for this mix, it sounds great? Thanks

Ace Beaty

I assume it's from ASIP, the record label run by Ryan Griffin, please correct me if wrong.

Headphone Commute

Yep. You are right. Look in the description!


I like that you mixed in Global Communication at around 49m15s. Love that album, and even those telephone conversations I remember fondly.

Kore Kosmou

Thanks for sharing it llm. Beautiful!