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June 6, 2021 62 min

"There's a place where I go that no one else knows,
Where mysteries abound and excitement grows.
A place out of reach of any man's hands,
Safely secluded in a far away land
Beyond the grasp of those who may plunder
The wealth of its power and its life changing wonder.
I go alone to my secret place, never leaving a trace
For someone to follow and discover my space
Where I keep my secrets, my fears, and my regrets
Away from the world and all of its threats.
I treasure the moments spent in this realm
Where anything is possible and I'm at the helm.
This place I describe is all that it seems ...
It's a magical place I call my dreams."

― Dreams by John Raines

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Also, did you know that I have another podcast called Chill Pills ( It features the same quality of craftmanship and careful curation you've come to expect from this show but focuses on more genres of music spanning chillout, lofi chill hop, chillstep and lounge.


Andrew Bayer ― All This Will Happen Again

All India Radio ― Surf On The Malecon (Edit)

Arcade Fire ― Dimensions (Edit)

All India Radio ― Losing Houston

Rudy Adrian ― Watery Moon

Jonn Serrie ― Annie by the Sea

Chicane ― Fin De Jours

Wavestar ― Landfall (Edit)

Tim Hecker ― Boreal Kiss, Part 1

Ólafur Arnalds ― Lokadu Augunum

Erik Wøllo ― Sphere (Into the Dream)

Bliss ― Spun Glass

Alio Die ― Intramundia

Stars Of The Lid ― The Kraut

Pete Namlook & Tetsu Inoue ― Morning Spirit (Edit)

Gulan ― Abstracto

The Calm Pill album Into the Dream was curated and mixed by Alaeddin and released on Uplifting Pills on June 6, 2021
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