Various: The Synchronicity Suite

Posted by Jakub

Since August 2006, i’ve been widdling away at one proper electronic compilation follow up to The Rorschach Suite. I wanted a release that was jam-packed full of diverse electronically made music so that people that we’re new to electronic music wouldn’t be scared off by experimentation or the dance end but mostly getting pulled in by a deal(20 tracks/80 mins of new music for cheap) and most importantly short melodic songs that make you wanna play the song again.

Today The Synchronicity Suite came out on iTunes (and got alil love under the What’s Hot section) and Ghostly International and Moodgadget wanted to exclusively share 5 songs from the compilation with the ISO50/Tycho crowd. I also wanted to point out that the artwork was done by PhilistineDSGN and mastering by Adam Hunt, gotta always give credit where credit is due.

Small Sails – Somnambulist


The Reflecting Skin – Cavedweller (instrumental version)


Praveen – Slip Slop


Elm From Arm – Pretty Take


Mux Mool – 10


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ClassicGlassock says:

June 10, 2008 at 10:00 am

Just got the album, I can’t wait to dig into it. I’m taking a very long road trip, and this seems the perfect album to take along with me. Nice work!


Jakub says:

June 10, 2008 at 10:16 am

ClassicGlassock –

I hope you like it, let me know how it goes. I just checked your blog, you posted that MUTO video, i can totally appreciate most art when someone takes that much time to put something of theirs together.


Chris says:

June 14, 2008 at 12:26 am

I love this comp, btw. But I’m curious, Jakob, why people are always promoting stuff on iTunes, when you can buy it from Amazon as well? iTunes is like, my last resort for buying digital downloads, since with Amazon you get 256K encoded Mp3s, and no DRM. I realize your release is an iTunes Plus release, but is there some other benefit of going iTunes over Amazon for digital music purposes? I dunno, i guess I just I find mp3’s easier to work with. It seems like at some point, DRM or not, I end up having to convert Apple .m4a/.m4p into something that’ll allow me to actually do something with it, like put it onto my wife’s non-Apple music player.