Tuesday, September 13, 2011

CPI - Glittering, Waiting (chosen families 2)

CPI - Glittering, Waiting (chosen families 2)

dreamer beats
67 minutes, 153 MB

01) The Residents - Temple of Dragan
02) Gilbert & George - Twisted And Aggressive
03) Discuss - One Thing In Its Right Place
04) Bjork - Who Is It (Bell Choir Mix)
05) Your Infamous Harp - You Are The You
06) Sofalofa - Block N Oar
07) Murcof - Como Quisiera Decirte (Remix)
08) Psapp - Calm Down
09) Baths - The Nothing
10) Tim Koch - Blue And Grey
11) Minotaur Shock - Repertor
12) Saycet - 15
13) Saycet - Daddy Walks Under the Snow
14) Nguzunguzu - Wake Sleep
15) Andy Stott - Execution
16) Ulrich Schnauss - Sunday Evening In Your Street
17) Porcelain Raft - Talk To Me (Pierce & Pierce's Epilogue Remix)
18) Alessandro Bosetti - Laida and Mikel looking for rhymes
19) Andrew Pekler - First Snow, Last Year
20) Sam Amidon - Relief
21) Saycet - We Walk Fast
22) Deru - I Want
23) Eraldo Bernocchi And Blackfilm - Bethnal Green


The chosen families series:
In retrospect, I now consider Moonchild (in memoriam) the unofficial part 0 in this series.
Part 1, Directions To My Special Place came out earlier this year.
Part 3 will be released in about 2 weeks, if all goes right.
Part 4 will be epic and long, and will hopefully be out before the year is over.
These 5 mixes embody an aesthetic I call "dreamer beats", the evolution of which might have been obvious to anyone who follows my mp3 blog regularly.  It is more of a focus on emotional content, psychological meaning and production minutae of the tracks than it is about the genres, which range from dubstep to witch house to idm to folk to breakbeats to dreamwave to rock to downtempo to whatever else.


  1. hey there CPI, this is just flawless. it has an elegant, tender energy to it. some darkness, some surprising points of light - spirited and seamless. really: well done. kudos and awe from australia, chris

  2. Thank you, I'm glad you like it. I love your short review, too. Please feel free to post the mix up on your blog.