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Perturbator Releases Awesome 1.5 Hour Retro Mixtape

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French retrosynth artist Perturbator has released an amazing mixtape that clocks in at over an hour and a half and features such 80’s staples as Tangerine Dream, Vangelis, Brian Eno, Kraftwerk, and Clan Of Xymox, who have been getting a surge of popularity lately due to their appearance on the soundtrack to 2014’s highly acclaimed The Guest.

The great thing about this mixtape is that it moves dynamically, going from heavy and intense to mellow and introspective. One fluid transition after another makes this mixtape a thoroughly enjoyable listen.

Oh, and there’s also the badass artwork from Ariel ZB. Give it a listen below!

Perturbator’s Dangerous Days landed on my Top 15 Albums of 2014 list.

Tracklist :
Ulver – The Future Sound of Music – 00:00:00
Clan Of Xymox – Innocent – 00:06:35
Astronoid – Detachment – 00:11:56
HOME – Sleep – 00:13:36
Sinoia caves – Sentionauts II – 00:17:51
Xeno & Oaklander – Par Avion – 00:20:49
Noir Deco – Regret – 00:25:31
Something About Us (Daft Punk piano cover by Seob) – 00:30:34
Chromatics – White Lie – 00:35:04
Blende – Plush – 00:37:46
Sommet – Lhotse Face – 00:41:25
Chrome Canyon – Elemental Themes – 00:45:29
Annie – Anthonio (Berlin Breakdown Version) – 00:48:29
AnalogSweden – Leaving Until Charcoal Sky – 00:52:14
Lusine – Arterial – 00:59:34
Kenji Kawai – Follow Me – 01:03:36
SPACE – Fasten Seat Belt – 01:08:34
Mitch Murder – Nocturne – 01:14:39
Kraftwerk – Computer Love – 01:20:18
Brian Eno – Prophecy Theme – 01:27:42
Tangerine Dream – Alchemy Of The Heart (Redux) – 01:30:22
Vangelis – Piano In An Empty Room – 01:33:42


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