CAFFEEN! playlist for 2015-08-01: “Dual Existence”

CFN 2015-08-01 coverartHave you ever had the feeling that you were one foot in this world, one foot in another?

Or that you might close your eyes one day and wakeup in an another life?

What if you did, and it was unacceptable?

  • We heard the song Lots of Plants Outside (Bright Edit) by kino-glaz which came from the album Fifty Year Spectacular.
  • We heard Wild Domestic from their self-title album, with the song In A Well Lit Room.
  • We heard the song Swells by Precious Fathers which came from the album Alluvial Fan.
  • We heard Destroy All Dreamers with their song Ghost Guitar in the Shell from the album A Coeur Leger Sommeil Sangiant.
  • We heard Mid Atlantic with their song NoNotReallyNoNeverInFact from the album The Great War.
  • We heard the song Evil Doers by Oceanic which came from the album Origin.
  • We heard the song Everything That Is Tied Down Is Coming Loose by Mid Atlantic which came from the album The Great War.

CAFFEEN! Playlist for 2014-09-27: “Beat Heart”

CFN 2014-09-27 coverartInside the cold, steel exterior might just beat a cold, mechanical heart — or some twisted combination of “natural” and “unnatural” life.


  • Bacterium by Fellirium from the album Cellular Structure.
  • The Knock by Errors from the album Have Some Faith In Magic.
  • Bucephalus Bouncing Ball by Bell Orchestre from the album As Seen Through Windows.
  • Polyrytmi by Carbon Based Lifeforms from the album Interloper.
  • Fafrotskies Part I by Le Pellican Noir from the album Le Silence Tendu Au Dessus De Nos Tetes Comme Un Orage En Suspens.
  • Choppers by Holy Fuck from the album LP.
  • Martin Rev by Maserati from the album Maserati VII.
  • Battle for the Underwater City by Scientists of Sound from the album Wealth and Hellness – EP.


CAFFEEN! Playlist for 2014-08-16: “The Battle Against The Creeps”

CFN 2014-08-16You’ve just rolled up your new character: a warrior, not yet tried in battle. Your Game Master says, “It’s time to prove yourself. Where do you go?”

“I go to the nearest dungeon, and conquer it!” you boast.

After a moment’s thought, and a brief description of walking, you hear the words every player loves: “Roll for initiative!”

The challenge begins..

  • Chasing the spiral by Fellirium from the album Untitled II.
  • Every Creeping Thing That Creeps by Clint Mansell from the album Noah [Music From The Motion Picture].
  • Whitecaps of White Noise I by Tim Hecker from the album Harmony In Ultraviolet.
  • Say by Do Make Say Think from the album Other Truths.
  • Simon Ferocious by Mogwai from the album Rave Tapes.

CAFFEEN! playlist for 2013-10-26: “Good Beginnings, Unfortunate Endings”

CFN coverartWe often assume that if things overcome difficulty to start on a good foot, they are going to be successful. But great flowers can grow in terrible soil, and great soil can breed nothing but weeds. Many a crazed believer has followed their beliefs to a terrible, logical end.. At least in Lovecraftian fiction..

Join me for a Halloween celebration of the follies of existence..

  • Astral Visions by Phelios from the album Astral Visions.
  • Cantus in memoriam Benjamin Britten by Angele Dubeau & La Pieta from the album Arvo Part: Portrait.
  • Suspiria (Main Title) by Goblin from the album The Goblin Collection 1975-1989.
  • All Hallows Eve feat. Danny Norbury by Demdike Stare from the album Symbiosis.
  • Temple of Yith by Phelios from the album Gates of Atlantis.
  • Intro and Main Title by Fred Myrow & Malcolm Seagrave from the album Phantasm (24K Gold Edition).
  • Severed by Sophia from the album Deconstruction Of The World.
  • Afterlife (Fear) by Man an Ocean from the album Fields/Hurricanes.
  • Her Eyes Turn Black by Beef Terminal from the album The Grey Knowledge.
  • Til Death Do Us Part by Nash The Slash from the album Blind Windows.

CAFFEEN! playlist for 2013-10-05: “The Light Is Bright and Dim”

CFN2013-10-05 coverartCan a contradiction really exist?

Even if self-conflict is dismissed as semantic, perhaps it might have an edge of truth. Perhaps it sees truth from its vantage point. Perhaps, from a higher dimension of existence, it is the real thing, and you, the caustic, skeptical observer, you are the contradiction, the edge of existence.

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