Cloudspeaker Vol. 6

Cloudspeaker Vol. 6 Cover

The return of the mixtape.

No elaborate mixing apart from smooth changes from one track to the next.

Cloudspeaker Vol. 6 is a rather short mix. I had some trouble with my WinAmp player of late and so my nice filing system, recording which tracks I listened to the most, went bust. But I had started to work on the new volume and had ten tracks jotted down already. I kicked one off the list for being too generic, leaving just nine instead of the usual ten or eleven tracks. I hope you’ll enjoy listening to them as much as I do.

Enter The Vault to listen to other Cloudspeakers or download them here.

Track List

Air – Mer du Japon; Rafet El Roman – Bir Melek Diliyorum; Asian Dub Foundation – Rebel Warriors; Kate Bush – How To Be Invisible; Daft Punk – Veridis Quo; Dizzy Gillespie – Manteca (Funky Lowlives Remix); Living Colour – Flying; Genesis – That’s all; Skunk Anasie – Squander

Total time 43.42. Created on September 26th, 2010 2014, at the dormitory of my graduate school in Gyeonggi-do, South Korea.

About Cloudspeaker

Inspired by a friend I compiled a list of my top ten tracks of the last decade – which took me longer than I expected. I picked tracks of ten musicians or bands that impressed me over the last ten years and eventually had to add a bonus track to fit it all in. The result was Cloudspeaker Vol. 1. The title ‘Cloudspeaker’ and the artwork are used by courtesy of German product designer Johannes Tsopanides (Shapes In Play).

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One thought on “Cloudspeaker Vol. 6

  1. Always seem to listen to your mix tapes when i have some kinda ailment. Maybe you should be called Dr FlatMatt..Just what i needed. a nice selection indeed 🙂

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