I tried creating a playlist in Apple’s iTunes music software and sharing it through the iMix feature, which posts it online so other people can sample it. I was a little dissappointed with the results though, since iTunes just drops off the songs that it doesn’t have available for purchase. What began as a playlist
Quite liked Bloc Party. Have a listen to Tulips, particularly, in their downloads section. Thanks to Josh Rubin
It’s a long list, but I’m sure there are probably some albums I’d love in here.
Here’s a list of artists that are apparently good background music to work to, generated on a social e-mail group at work. I’m pretty sure there are quite a few here I wouldn’t listen to, but I thought it was a pretty diverse list: Tangerine Dream (although maybe not the early stuff) The Classical Chillout
Pan American – Quiet City. From here.
Some stuff to listen to from Ario’s 2004 Top Ten Albums. Mono – Walking cloud and deep red sky, flag fluttered and the sun shined Arovane – Lilies DJ Krush – Jaku The Dead Texan – The Dead Texan Loscil – First Narrows Erlend Oye – DJ Kicks William Basinksi – Disintegration Loops Xela –