CAFFEEN! 2018-03-17: “Self-Absorbed”

Sometimes, you are beside yourself.

Other times, you are inside yourself.

  • We heard the song Deep Celestial by Laraaji which came from the album Two Sides Of Laraaji.
  • We heard Tangerine Dream with their song Circulation of Events from the album Atem.
  • We heard the song Sentience by William Ryan Fritch which came from the album The Sum of Its Parts.
  • From zipLoCK‘s album Prime Correctives Vol 1, we heard Waving – Slowly, Smiling.
  • From Godspeed You Black Emperor!s album Allelujah! Don’t Bend! Ascend!, we heard We Drift Like Worried Fire.
  • From the album Time Lapse City by The Basement Paintings we heard Time Lapse City.

CAFFEEN! 2017-12-23: “Divine Myth”

All stories are true,

in the universe they create.

In our universe,

we borrow them.

  • We heard The Flowers Of Hell with their song Warmth of a Christmas Chill from the album Aria 51.
  • From the album Lost Voices by Esmerine we heard The Neighbourhoods Rise.
  • We heard Do Make Say Think with their song Soul And Onward from the album & Yet & Yet.
  • We heard Forest Swords with their song Exalter from the album Compassion.
  • From Hang Massive‘s album Beats for Your Feet, we heard Once Again.
  • We heard the song Distances by Clouds Become Oceans which came from the album Paths.
  • We heard Oceanic with their song Origin from the album Origin.
  • We heard Com Truise with their song …Of Your Fake Dimension from the album Iteration.
  • We heard Trans Siberian Orchestra with their song Wizards in Winter from the album The Lost Christmas Eve .

CAFFEEN! 2017-12-09: “Dynamic Fluid Dynamics”

Everything is ever changing.

Once you realize that,

the idea of permanency is kinda


  • From the album Into the Well by From the Mouth of the Sun we heard Path for Air.
  • From the album How cold is the sun by Dark Matter we heard Obscured by Clouds.
  • We heard the song Clouds In an Empty Sky (Clouds) by Mei Han & Randy Raine-Reusch which came from the album Distant Wind.
  • From the album Beats for Your Feet by Hang Massive we heard From the View.
  • From Daniel Lanois‘s album Flesh And Machine, we heard Aquatic.
  • We heard the song Our Secret Place Under The Lake by Wangled Teb which came from the album Wel come to moo nsi ns dem oons ide.
  • We heard Ex Eye from their self-title album, with the song Form Constant; the Grid.
  • From The Comet Is Coming‘s album Death to the Planet, we heard Start Running.

CAFFEEN! 2017-09-16: “Wizard on the Mend”


is a way

to express

our own power,


and semantics

in the world where these things aren’t real.

  • We heard the song Sub Aqua (Left Channel) /Tidal (Centre Channel) /Lunar (Right Channel) by Experimental Audio Research which came from the album Phenomena 256.
  • We heard the song Raise the Dead by The Field which came from the album The Follower.
  • We heard CFCF with their song Imagination from the album The Colours of Life.
  • From Kuato‘s album The Great Upheaval, we heard The Great Upheaval.
  • We heard Battles with their song Bad Trails from the album Mirrored.
  • We heard Dr. Preachenstein with their song (Part Two) I know nothing from the album I know nothing..
  • From the album You Are No One. by An Ant And An Atom we heard Metallergies.
  • From Five Alarm Funk‘s album Sweat, we heard Widowmaker.
  • We heard the song A River Runs Through This City by Esmerine which came from the album Lost Voices.

CAFFEEN! 2017-09-09: “Dooryard Momentum”

A journey of

a thousand thoughts


with opening the



  • From the album The Great Upheaval by Kuato we heard Ripped From the Soil.
  • We heard the song Central Plain by Carbon Based Lifeforms which came from the album Interloper.
  • From the self-titled album by Wild Domestic, we heard What Once Ran Wild.
  • From The Basement Paintings‘s album Time Lapse City, we heard Desert Surfer.
  • From Synaesthesia‘s album Embody, we heard Submerged.
  • We heard Maserati with their song There Will Always Be Someone Behind You from the album The Language Of Cities.
  • From godspeed you! black emperor‘s album Asunder, Sweet and Other Distress, we heard Peasantry or ‘Light! Inside of Light!’.