ISO50 EXCLUSIVE: New Aarnio Mix

Posted by Jakub

I made this semi continuous new Aarnio mix last night of songs that I love to loop and fall asleep to and shared it with a friend. Its a pretty rewarding listen if you enjoy collections of songs in a row that concentrate on depth in tone and calm airy patterns.

Made for people who love the admire the beauty of the ocean at night, listening to trains from a distance and the echos from a large church bell.


Bill BairdSlow Implosion
Rafael Anton IrisrarriBlue Tomorrows
YagyaSnowflake 9
GasZauberberg 3
Casino Versus JapanVessels That Float Out of Metals That Sink, Part 3
LoscilLake Orchard
The Sight BelowBurn Me Out From The Inside
BiosphereHouses On A Hill
Jan JelinekDo Dekor
SlowdiveMelon Yellow

If you want anymore of my mixes, head to Percussion Lab for free downloads and full streaming, thanks for taking your time to listen.

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mg33 says:

February 7, 2011 at 1:24 pm

Wow – I was reading the first paragraph and saw your description and thought “perfect mix for Supersilent 10.8” And there it is. :)

I managed to get Supersilent 10 over the weekend after the Cina post because I loved the track he picked. But I was honestly a bit let down by the majority of songs on it. I expected more music in the vein of 10.8, not long drawn out rumbles of sound. That has it’s place, but if the whole album would have been more like 10.8 that would have ruled. Can’t wait to get to the full mix you posted up there.


Jesse says:

February 7, 2011 at 3:01 pm

Stunning work. Fantastic to work with! Made me think of sitting at a window of a plane watching countryside pass below you.


RcG says:

February 7, 2011 at 5:40 pm

MG33, I went through the same thought process and emotional denouement. Too bad. But alas, 10.8 is gorgeous, happy to have heard it, just the same.

Nice mix Jakub, keep up the fantastic work….beauty of the ocean at night; what a calming image.


Brotronica says:

March 22, 2011 at 3:26 pm

Superb mix, but I’m totally lost the deeper I get. I don’t know which track is which anymore! Christ!


Alex Vance says:

April 6, 2011 at 12:50 pm

Aarnio, another stellar, glimmering, somnambulent earfeast. I’m a big fan of your mixes – wide and acute musical taste is a skill I view with the utmost reverence.