Mixcloud Shows Archive (Guest Mixes)

An archive of  guest mixes created by Stationary Travels for other channels


6 Jahre Planetarium: Stationary Travels for Planetarium

A mix created for the 6th anniversary of the Planetarium series curated by Nils Feldhus

Brian Housman, curator of the Stationary Travels blog and Mixcloud channel has been a key influence for my Planetarium sets for many years. I asked him for a submission to the 6-year anniversary of Planetarium (which happened last Friday on November 1) and he kindly put together an entrancing journey through the past six years of ambient music up to very recent releases. It’s an honour to have him back on the decks after the 6-year Helioscope celebration back in 2017.

http://helioscope.net/r6/

01 Jane Antonia Cornish – Seascapes I {00:00}
02 A Winged Victory for the Sullen – Sullen Sonata [Ninja Tune] {04:20}
03 Wil Bolton – Marram [Facture] {09:36}
04 Porya Hatami | Aaron Martin | Roberto Attanasio – Rêbendan [dronarivm] {18:23}
05 r beny – Seafoam and Dust {27:20}
06 Maxwell August Croy & Sean McCann – The Inlet Arc [Students of Decay] {31:02}
07 Bethan Kellough – Vision [Touch] {37:20}
08 Siavash Amini – What Wind Whispered to the Trees {41:52}
09 Tide Jewel – The Shape of Heaven Changes Every Time You Say My Name (Tomonari Nozaki Remix) {48:02}
10 Lee Yi – Safety Pins [Rottenman Editions] {56:55}
11 OHIO – Always [12k] {1:01:42}
12 Ian Hawgood – Of Fragile Water’s Path [Facture] {1:09:15}
13 William Ryan Fritch – VII – Time Curves So Subtly [Lost Tribe] {1:17:10}
14 Arash Akbari – Until Time Sits by Your Side [Soft] {1:20:43}
15 Willamette – End of Good Discipline [Scissor Tail] {1:28:26}

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Deep Breakfast 023 for Mr. Frankie

Note: this mix created for the Deep Breakfast series is now available only on Soundcloud.

Deep Breakfast Series · Deep Breakfast 023 – Stationary Travels

Stationary Travels is a blog based in Richmond, Virginia that has been actively discovering, curating, and sharing immersive and transportive music from all over the world since 2013. The scope of coverage embraces a variety of predominantly instrumental genres such as experimental ambient, drone, field recording, modern composition, post rock, emotional electronica, electro-acoustic, and original soundtrack. From album reviews, song premieres, and interviews to playlists and mixes, the focus is on taking memorable journeys in music and sound and supporting the artist & labels that make it possible

00:00 Ian Hawgood – Loneliness/Whispers (from Impermanence on Slowcraft Records)
07:55 Windy & Carl – Forest Trails (from Pure Sounds of Michigan on Assemble Sound)
13:40 The Volume Settings Folder – Adequately Sized Heat Plate Exchangers (from Hothocleana on Oscarson)
19:44 Dawn Chorus and the Infallible Sea – passé tranquille (from Dawn Chorus and the Infallible Sea on Past Inside the Present)
25:40 Andrew Tasselmyer – Affordances (from Surface Textures on Eilean Rec.)
30:25 Pepo Galán – How Not To Disappear (from How Not to Disappear Completely on Lontano Series)
37:15 Black Brunswicker – Bohemian Paradise (from In the Age of Aristocracy on Stereoscenic Records)
42:05 Adzuki – Snow of Sugar (from Undeveloped Land on Shimmering Moods)
45:42 Darren Harper – Wooded (from Paths on Shimmering Moods)
56:12 M. Grig – Form (from Mount Carmel on 12k)
60:30 Jens Pauly – Vihne (from Vihne on Whitelabrecs)
65:29 Josh Mason – Untitled (for Amy) (from Conduit on ScissorTail Records)

Broadcast 04 – Sunday 29th April 2018 | This Exquisite Pain

A mix created for This Exquisite Pain curated by James A. McDermid

“Brian Housman’s Stationary Travels is one of the internet’s leading authorites when it comes to discovering and reviewing new music. Whether it’s a boutique label’s 50 cassette release, or a widescale release from a more established label, Brian’s impeccable understanding, knowledge (and love) of music has made Stationary Travels one of the most prolific, influential and respected music review sites around. Brian often supports musicians too through his Duologue interview series, also part of Stationary Travels – previous guests have included Poppy Ackroyd, Aaron Martin, Sophie Hutchings, Jane Antonia Cornish and more.”

Illuminine – “Melancholie” (Jan Swerts rework)
Agnes Obel – “Arches”
T E Morris – “A Year in the Wilderness”
Vargkvint – “Utat”
Julianna Barwick – “Pyrrhic”
Black Elk – “Sparks”
Carinthia – “The Village Eaves”
Wickerbird – “Ash/Aster”
Black Oak – “Thaw”
Gareth Dickson – “Red Road”
Chihei Hatakeyama – “old chair”
July Skies – “Coastlines and Laughter”


6 Years of Helioscope : Stationary Travels for Planetarium (Helioscope)

A guest mix created to celebrate six years of the Helioscope series curated by Nils Feldhus

Brian Housman from Richmond, Virginia promotes post rock, ambient, neoclassical and emotional electronica amongst other genres on his blog Stationary Travels. He is constantly looking for “music that tells stories without words and that takes you somewhere other than where you are currently sitting or standing”. STravels has been one of, if not the most influential sources of new discoveries for Planetarium since the beginning. His guestmix here is “skewed toward modern classical and a subdued, nocturnal mood” and you can hear three additional tracks from the Planetarium track pool at the end that fit this theme.

Tracklist, purchase links and art gallery : http://helioscope.net/6-years-stravels/

01 Bing & Ruth – Starwood Choker [4AD]
02 Bill Seaman – Watching from Within the Library of Melancholy Gestures [eilean]
03 Pausal – Murmuration II [dronarivm]
04 Jason van Wyk – Shimmer [Home Normal]
05 Alaskan Tapes – Because Finally It’s Everything
06 Emilía – The Sewing Room [Rottenman Editions]
07 Adrian Lane – Another Spell Than Beauty’s [Preserved Sound]
08 CEEYS – Opal Glass [1631]
09 Dustin O’Halloran – The Length of Shadows [1631]
10 From the Mouth of the Sun – A Breath to Retrieve Your Body [Lost Tribe]
11 Monty Adkins – Burnt Sun [eilean]
12 Bird Traps – Heavy Paddock

Addendum Nocturnum by Planetarium
13 How To Disappear Completely – Amaya [WithinWithout]
14 Storyspeller (語り部) – Serenum
15 Maiya Hershey – Fahrenheit [Shimmering Moods]


The Ocean Inside – For Headphone Commute

“The Ocean Inside” is a special guest mix created exclusively for Headphone Commute featuring a selection showcasing some of the brilliant ambient & electronic music coming out of Iran. 

Original post and additional listening options via HChcdi.gs/TheOceanInside

Stationary Travels started about two years ago as a journey of musical discovery (thanks in no small part to Headphone Commute, by the way). One of the first revelations I encountered was a very vibrant electronic music scene coming out of Iran. Those who have been paying attention know it encompasses much more than just ambient and modern classical, but these are the styles that have resonated the most with me personally. This mix exclusively features artists from that scene I have been listening to recently. I find each of these tracks to be captivating and rich with emotional depth and I think the music here speaks to the ocean inside all of us. I hope you enjoy it as much as I have.

Siavash Amini – A Mist of Grey Light [Futuresequence]
Siavash Amini – Aliosha and the Fire [Futuresequence]
Idlefon – Reminiscence [Tympanik Audio]
Idlefon with Nima Pourkarimi – Pickers of Empty Cocoons [Tympanik Audio]
Umchunga – The Dusk, The Car, The Rain and Down in The Bottle [single]
Porya Hatami – Ladybug [Dronarivm]
Porya Hatami – Farewell [Time Released Sound]
Tegh – Down [Inner Ocean Records]
Tegh and Kamyar Tavakoli – Hollow [Hibernate]
Arash Akbari – Rays From a Dead Star [Flaming Pines]
Arash Akbari – Until Time Sits by Your Side [Soft Recordings]