It's my 39th birthday today :) 🎂
Inspired by the soothing music of Human Is Alive (humanisalive.bandcamp.com), I wanted this mix to induce reminiscence of happy moments from our past. Amidst the swirl of incessant, attention-demanding world we live in, I sometimes get these fleeting recollections of past events, people, or even things that brought me joy. I made this mix for such moments, so it can hopefully fade to the background while the mind takes a trip down memory lane.
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Also, did you know that I have another podcast called Chill Pills (chill.upliftingpills.com). 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.
Human Is Alive ― Dawn (Lauge Rework)
Ambire Seiche ― Blue is the Sun
Hilyard ― Spore
Jordi Bachbush ― Funebre
An Imaginal Space ― Dreaming
Andrew Lahiff ― Gliding
Jeannine Schulz ― Heaven-Sent
zakè ― Night Shineth as the Day
Luis Miehlich ― seasons
Max Richter ― Never Fade Into Nothingness
Keith Kenniff ― Stranded
Rudy Adrian ― Subterranean River
Altus ― Hypnotize
An Imaginal Space ― 9th July 2014
An Imaginal Space ― 22nd July 2014
Andrew Lahiff ― We Lost Sight Of The Island
Human Is Alive ― Moonbeam
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