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Sci Fi Adventures Vol. 1 - All These Worlds

Sci Fi Adventures Vol. 1 - All These Worlds

About the show

Playing tracks by

Underworld & John Murphy, Bruce Courtois, David Bowie, Maps & diagrams, Solar Fields and more.

This is a mix I did for the good folks at Nocturne Records.

An old album from college got me thinking about electronic music & science fiction. This mix is a collection of music used in sci-fi or just tunes that sound like they should be in a sci-fi film.

Vangelis - Blush Response
Synergy - A Presuming to be Modern
Richard Pinhas - L' Ethique
Lights Out Asia - All These Worlds are Yours
Black Dog - Lounge
Frank Comstock - The Dark Side of the Moon
Michael Garrison - Escape
Synergy - Disruption in World Communications
Bowie - Abdulmajid
Elf Machine - Evolutions Arrow
Underworld & John Murphy - Capa Meets the Sun
Vector Lovers - Girl Robot
Maps & Diagrams - Skynet
Bruce Courtois - Inside the Black Hole
Vangelis - Longing
Solar Fields - Blue Moon Station
Cliff Martinez - First Sleep
Rena Jones - Problem of Time
Schengen - Me n' U
Lopside - To the Point of Obscurity
Vangelis - Fading Away

Comments

Niki Gereoudaki

nice track

ElectronicShaman

Can't go far wrong starting and finishing with Vangelis. Great stuff!

mrgreencheese

wow.. you have a LOT of my favorite tracks on here! Great mix!

suecae sounds

Great beginning.

Nenad Lazar Jovanov

laku noć....

Jeddy3
Jeddy3

Very good indeed.

Jindřich Mynarz

After hearing the initial minutes of the mix, I though Aphex Twin's Next Heap With is inevitable.

Kaliman Oxcuro

perfect on this dark and frigid afternoon

Tonepoet
Tonepoet

Good choice on the Vangelis, he was my gateway into ambient even though I consider him modern classical, electronic-ish artist. Very nice, Dave!

donovick
donovick

Blade Runner is possibly my all-time favorite movie, with my possible all-time favorite soundtrack!

And the Oscar goes to . . . .