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12 earthy, organic and blissful record picks by e/tape

As a DJ and musician, Eli has spent the last decade working on the sound archive of ambient music. Born in Slovenia but a true citizen of the world, he started the e/tape project out of his desire to expand his inner self and invite others to join him on these expanded states of consciousness. He strongly gravitates towards an electronic sound space that lies somewhere between the heavenly and the blissful.

As Eli is equally passionate about using sound as a powerful tool to set the mood, we were naturally curious about what albums would float his boat.

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7 albums for domestic hibernation by Jamison Isaak

Since 2010, Jamison Isaak has been creating music under a multitude of different aliases. Whether it’s the ambient-leaning synth pop sounds of Teen Daze, sun-drenched dance tracks of Pacific Coliseum, or the quiet and meditative folk songs as Two Bicycles, Jamison just never fails to set the mood with his melodic and atmospheric tracks. For this mood list, Jamison gravitates towards a sentiment that hits close to home.

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10 albums for a mild & placid evening by Daniel Jahn

For our next mood list, we’ve invited one of our earliest supporters Daniel Jahn from the Hamburg-based label Bureau B. Aside from curating for Bureau B, Daniel is also a member of the unhappybirthday band. The trio revels in a deep sense of melancholy in their arsenal of dreamy, melodic yet ultimately upbeat and uplifting songs.

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Kong’s 7 record picks for gentle mornings

Passionately spreading the real house sound for longer than anyone can remember, Koen Galle is one of the most industrious tastemakers of Belgium’s scene. Aside from his close relationship with the capital’s paramount underground club C12, he’s been relentlessly busy unearthing many stories about the rich Belgian electronic music and vinyl culture scene. As a thriving creature of the night, we’re mostly curious about how Koen spends his mornings.

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Jeffrey Silverstein’s top 10 albums for recentering

Jeffrey Silverstein is a musician, writer, and special education teacher living and working in Portland, Oregon. He recently put out his debut album inspired by the landscapes of the Pacific Northwest, mindfulness meditation, long-distance running and his work as a teacher. We asked Jeffrey to share with us a mood list that captures the mood he was in when he recorded the album.

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take off your cool: herb sundays with Ghostly

We invited Ghostly founder Sam Valenti IV to share with us a mood list. Inspired by his ongoing #HerbSundays playlist featuring music he’s collected under the simple intention of deep enjoyment — “dedicated to post-ironic listening habits for deep enjoyment. Complete albums enjoyed without fear of reproach or judgment, often obvious or in plain sight.” — Sam shares with us a sampler that is undeniably a reflection of Ghostly’s genre-less philosophy. Enjoy!

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moving on and feeling good with Michael Hentz

Hailing from Los Angeles, Michael Hentz is an all-round creative. He’s an avid collage maker, he runs the limited tape label auasca out of Brooklyn & Los Angeles, he is guitarist and vocalist for the Secret Flowers Band and he also airs a monthly radio show called Quietudes with George Jensen on Dublab. With the year coming to an end, we asked Michael to capture his current mood in to a mood list.

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