Musicophilia Daily


Posted in Album, Audio, Link, Review, Talking, Video by Soundslike on March 3, 2009

Welcome to Musicophilia’s more impulsive little brother, Musicophilia Daily.  My ultimate goal when I started blogging was to help people hear great music, and hopefully get inspired to support the featured artists and independent music shops.  I love mixes, and I think they can have value in and of themselves; but they take a lot of time (for mixers and listeners) and energy, and have their own inherent limitations in terms of variety and spontaneity.  So to further Musicophilia’s goal, I’d like to have the flexibility to move beyond the mix-only format, to share individual tracks, links to recommended posts at other blogs, videos, reviews, out-of-print albums, previews of upcoming mixes, questions, and ideas; all sharing the spirit and sounds of Musicophilia.  However, I would like to do so without cluttering up Musicophilia–which will continue to focus on carefully crafted mixes–or forcing more content on its subscribers than they bargained for.  To that end, I’d like to present Musicophilia DailyI encourage you to subscribe in order to automatically receive new updates. Further details after “more…”.  Thanks for listening!

My intent is to make between one and five posts, mosts days of the week.  I’ll try to keep things short and simple:  the media at hand, simple relevant information/artwork/links, and minimal commentary.  Musicophilia Daily is a separate blog, and it has a unique RSS feed, so even if you’re subscribed to the original blog, you will need to add the new address to your reader.  (I will tag every post with a basic tag, like “Audio,” “Link,” “Video,” “Review,” “Album,” “Talk,” etc., and you should be able to tailor the content you receive by entering an individual tag’s address into your reader instead of the basic address.)  There will surely be changes and improvements as I work out exactly how this new blog will work, so I’d love to hear from you in the comments with any feedback or suggestions.

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  1. jenks said, on March 3, 2009 at 2:12 pm

    Lovely. I have to admire your energy and enthusiasm, i have just subscribed and look forward to your little gems arriving everyday.

    Well done and good luck with this venture.

    • Soundslike said, on March 3, 2009 at 2:13 pm

      Thanks, Jenks! You’re so supportive, I really appreciate it. I’ll try not to disappoint!

  2. Andy said, on April 8, 2009 at 5:15 pm

    I’m no professional, but I’ve put a couple tracks together that might suit your aesthetic.

    This was made with a few simple synth loops — sustained chords or single tones — processed through a (virtual) Lexicon delay unit. It was done in one take, “live” you could say, with no subsequent edits or effects other than gentle compression.

  3. Cogswell Gozeimas said, on November 4, 2009 at 9:57 pm

    Love the blog(s) and would like to suggest some material. My label, Smoothe Moose Laboratories and Recordings has some great material you should listen to. download is free. We also have a new mixtape coming out for the winter. If you need or want more info my email is

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