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Sign up or log in to follow your favorite podcasts and listen to episodes! podcast ep24 - Aliji - Eclectic Excursions


1h 26min
It's an honour to welcome ALIJI from UK to the podcast ! Bio, links and tracklist below. ENJOY THE MUSIC AND STAY AWAKE -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- SUPPORT PSYBIENT.ORG : MUSIC DOWNLOADS FOR SUPPORTERS ON PATREON => PAYPAL SUPPORT => ORDER STICKERS => -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- INTRO FROM ALIJI I hope you enjoy this ambient-downtempo mix I did for Psybient. It features new tracks that have been good for my head during recent times and a few timeless beauties that have helped to guide me through various chill out sets over the years. Deejaying has always been about a full flavour journey and it's definitely not over....I look forward to seeing you all again at the festivals -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- TRACKLIST Bunkr - East of Eden Rumpistol - Walk on home Tipper - Sahra Tripswitch - Last Waltz In Weirdsville Coldcut - Autumn Leaves (Irresistible Force) Leftfield - Melt (Quite Village) The Beaufort Scale -Ray Ripper (Irresistible Force) Vector Lovers - Neon Sky Rain Hibernation - 1982 Sinclair Research Chemical Brothers - The Boxer William Orbit - Parade Of Future Souls DF Tram - Lovers Radio (The Orb's bravo foxtrot) Western Rebel Alliance - Shpongle Remix Bluetech - Helix (Living Light) Child - Bad Timing Organismic - Stranger On The Not Sure (Mellow Bird) ------- BIO Heartfelt, infectious techno beats and sumptuous, eclectic electronica are his preferred mediums, exploring the healing properties of sound by ripping up dance floors or soothing souls through a blissful sunrise. Intelligent, tasteful tunage, loaded with surprise sparklers and slow burning sizzlers, penetrating beauty gift-wrapped in a psychedelic package and delivered directly to your dopamine receptors. RELEASES

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