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EP015 - 88mph (Synthwave & Filterhouse‪)‬ EDM Commute

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EDM Commute Episode 15 Tracklist (Synthwave & Filterhouse)

00:00:30 - Doc Marty - Flux *GEM TRACK*

00:04:00 - Doc Marty - Take Me There 

00:08:32 - Doc Marty - Come Alive

00:11:35 - Doc Marty - 80s Child

00:15:07 - Doc Marty - Not Over

00:18:42 - Doc Marty - Woah, Yeah!

00:22:41 - Doc Marty - Jiggawatt

00:25:51 - Doc Marty - Future

00:28:31 - Doc Marty - Lonely Vice

00:34:17 - Doc Marty - Night Drive

00:38:00 - Top Gear 2 - Auckland (BLIND ReMix)

Season 2 Episode 4 (EP015) is a Synthwave and Filterhouse episode with a lot of nostalgia.  The episode starts with Flux, an 80s montage inspired track with whaling guitars, then fuses into "Take Me There" which is a dreamy vocal hit.  Flux has more plays in general so it is also this weeks Gem Track but Take Me There is a close contender.  Next up is "Come Alive" which messes with the listener a little by going into filter house, similar to the old sound of Daft Punk.  Since both genres are inspired by the 80s and even the 70s it seems to fuse well, especially with the upbeat energy.  80s Child continues this energy with a nice filter house breakdown and 80s guitar solo.    After, "Not Over" rounds out the segment with a high energy house tune with a pitched vocal hook.  More guitar riffs round out this area of the set.  "Woah, Yea!" comes in with a talkbox bass similar also to Daft Punk.  Remember, this episode is all about Nostalgia.  Jiggawatt and Future start to settle the energy down a bit with Lonely Vice and Night Drive taking over a melancholic vibe.  The episode ends with BLIND's Auckland Remix from Top Gear 2, made in 2009.  



Link(s) used in Show

https://fanlink.to/88mph




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EDM Commute Episode 15 Tracklist (Synthwave & Filterhouse)

00:00:30 - Doc Marty - Flux *GEM TRACK*

00:04:00 - Doc Marty - Take Me There 

00:08:32 - Doc Marty - Come Alive

00:11:35 - Doc Marty - 80s Child

00:15:07 - Doc Marty - Not Over

00:18:42 - Doc Marty - Woah, Yeah!

00:22:41 - Doc Marty - Jiggawatt

00:25:51 - Doc Marty - Future

00:28:31 - Doc Marty - Lonely Vice

00:34:17 - Doc Marty - Night Drive

00:38:00 - Top Gear 2 - Auckland (BLIND ReMix)

Season 2 Episode 4 (EP015) is a Synthwave and Filterhouse episode with a lot of nostalgia.  The episode starts with Flux, an 80s montage inspired track with whaling guitars, then fuses into "Take Me There" which is a dreamy vocal hit.  Flux has more plays in general so it is also this weeks Gem Track but Take Me There is a close contender.  Next up is "Come Alive" which messes with the listener a little by going into filter house, similar to the old sound of Daft Punk.  Since both genres are inspired by the 80s and even the 70s it seems to fuse well, especially with the upbeat energy.  80s Child continues this energy with a nice filter house breakdown and 80s guitar solo.    After, "Not Over" rounds out the segment with a high energy house tune with a pitched vocal hook.  More guitar riffs round out this area of the set.  "Woah, Yea!" comes in with a talkbox bass similar also to Daft Punk.  Remember, this episode is all about Nostalgia.  Jiggawatt and Future start to settle the energy down a bit with Lonely Vice and Night Drive taking over a melancholic vibe.  The episode ends with BLIND's Auckland Remix from Top Gear 2, made in 2009.  



Link(s) used in Show

https://fanlink.to/88mph




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This episode is sponsored by
· Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/edmcommute/support

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