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Justinas Mikulskis (S13) – Headphone Commute Mix

Justinas Mikulskis (S13) – Headphone Commute Mix

Playing tracks by

Sudden Infant, Superstropharia, African head charge, Gondang Sabangunan Ensemble, SPK and more.

Justinas Mikulskis, the man behind secretthirteen.org journal, stops by Headphone Commute to record an eclectic two-hour mix of genre-less music, spanning from 1971 to 2012. This is a journey into times, cultures, and minds of human consciousness where music always stands still.

"This is the expression of me as a music lover and collector. In my perception music has no style boundaries and needs to be played long-sighted. Records from the different periods are included to prove that timeless sound exists and it can not be forgotten. It’s still actual even in these days in a musical dispersion chaos. As a deficit of open-minded compilations the idea to record a unique one started to expand and was maturing for a couple of years while acquired a flexible form. The mirror of inner feelings and thoughts for people who love nature, to explore and to thinking."

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Comments

T-Bone
T-Bone

Dope mix man

Justinas Daugėla

Really good mix. Music really is timeless.

ambiatica
ambiatica

id of the track after Kuraga?

ambiatica
ambiatica

awesome!!!

Raed Atoui

wonderful! thank you!

Antikulti
Antikulti

I know this was posted some time ago but I felt compelled to comment -- what a beautiful, unique, and inspiring mix. You are a gifted musical curator and I hope to hear more from you in the future.

secretthirteen

Thank you.

Gosh Snobo

Wow. This selection satisfies me, an avid selector, collector and musical snob myself, to the maximum. Found new names, revisited familiar territories and times, and just enjoyed every moment. Justinas is the man! Deep respect!

se7en bugs

The Hole Mix is something.. special & magical!

Optic Echo
Optic Echo

I love that Xela track!!

Matthew Shrive

it creates a very wide space in my mind, widescreen HD I'd say.