Keep up to date with every new upload!

Join free & follow Headphone Commute
Share
PvC - Perception Management

PvC - Perception Management

Playing tracks by

Amon Tobin, Ryuichi Sakamoto / Alva Noto, Bjørn Hatterud, Adam Bryanbaum Wiltzie, Roly Porter and more.

Chart positions

This show was 1st in the global experimental chart, 1st in the global instrumental chart, 3rd in the global ambient chart and 3rd in the global eclectic chart.

There is something in the beauty of darkness. And one doesn't have to be in a dark mood in order to appreciate it. Perhaps one gets desensitized with age to all of the bitter layers, in order to uncover all of the sweetness - like a fine old whiskey, slowly aged and waiting for your taste. This, I believe, Peter Van Cooten understands the most, with his latest Headphone Commute offering, titled Perception Management. The concept behind this mix also challenges your view of the world. The inspiration for this particular mix came from Adam Curtis' BBC documentary "Hypernormalisation".

Your reality is manipulated.
Your perception is managed.
Your thoughts are not your own.
Reality is imaginary.

For full track listing and a download of a higher bitrate MP3 stop by headphonecommute.com and subscribe to our podcast!

And as always, please enjoy responsibly and support the featured artists!

Comments

Fluffy Ambient Garden

Thank you for this mix, and also for mentioning this documentary (added to watchlist).

Trần Hưng

Amazing Perception ... i'm feeling hight ... http://www.chevroletnewway.org/

silentvoyager

uitstekend !!!

unnumerocualquiera

Strong atmospheres HC. Thnks

Craving Serenity

@46min What is this? It's so beautifully melancholic...

ambientblog

Track is called 'Aside' by Ocoeur, from their album 'Reversed'. Recommended album.
BTW - you can find full track and timing details on the H_C site here:
https://reviews.headphonecommute.com/2016/12/13/pvc-perception-management/

Simon Pitchforth

You know yer onions HC.

Headphone Commute

delicious

Bill McConnell

shhh im sleeping