Featured Work: Day For Night, Herb Alpert.com, 1042 Voiceworks, Avenir, Commit, Commercial Realty Consultants, Crestone Group, Contemporary Visual Arts, Bluebottles, DNA2Z, Editions La Nuit Americaine, Eric Scott, Found, King FM Soundsystem, Kunstfabriken, Mr. No-Logo, NIGHTfonts, NIGHTlinkRail Project, re:Fresh, Rhythm Factory, Salvador Dalek, SEXUS Ensemble, The Von Trapps, Evolve, Felicity, NoelCrane.com, CraneFaces, ITCottage, Kristy Manning, Fuse, Living.org, Luke (Steve Lukather), Underground Productions, Naczinski & Associates, Project Scholar, TalkAboutIt.org, Tower Art Group, Tambu by Toto, WorldWest, UCIrvine Department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, TSA Design Group, Herb Alpert “Music • Art • Life”
BIO Eric Scott is a composer, producer, artist, writer, DJ and sound designer from Santa Monica, California. He brings over 25 years’ consultative experience as principal and founder of Day For Night, a digital creative studio for art, design, music and video.
Coming from a background in the advertising production industry where he established himself as a sound designer and audio engineer, Eric broke out to work independently in 1991. A boutique independent music label, Day For Night boasts original catalogue of electronic, abstract, dream pop and avant-garde-jazz-classical music releases. Solo recordings (under an absurdistly lengthy variety of pseudonyms, based more upon genre than personnel) include 3 Mains (1991), The Performing Man (1993), Paris – A Musical Overpass (1995), Found1 – A Stone (2006), The Inner Cinema (2007) and Junction – Another Train Leaving (2007).
In 1998, Eric established Day For Night Digital Creative Studio, mixing in his creative strengths through professional consultative services, and comprehensive design solutions. His studio activities encompass, full-time, his lifelong passion for creativity in communication and the visual arts as well as music.
With “Soundsystem 0.0.2” (Day 086) digital dub-plate fanatic King FM deconstructs the sound work begun by Rhythm Factory and other Day For Night artists in this light and summery outing. Comprising eight bass-heavy, downtempo thumpers, King FM is about an instinct to preserve a chilled-out blend of clicks and cuts, vibing against low, smooth bass and rattling, exotic percussion lines.
WIRE PFGO – Wire Pink Flag Guitar Orchestra For Wire’s 40th anniversary, the Pink Flag Guitar Orchestra performs Pink Flag – April 1, 2017.
On the 1st of April 1977 the band performed their first gig as WIRE at The Roxy in London.
On the 1st of April 2017, WIRE performed their 40th anniversary show during Day 3 of DRILL Festival LA.
Noveller (Sarah Lipstate), who opened for WIRE during their 2017 East Coast tour dates, joined the LA stage on that night in the Pink Flag Guitar Orchestra, and was also one of DRILL:LA’s fine lineup of artists. This video was edited by Eric Scott (Day For Night) from crowdsourced YouTube footage shot on Wire’s 40th Anniversary. Members from the audience recorded the performance from various angles with their phones, during the 2nd encore around midnight.
Many thanks to videographers Adrienne Scott, BRMC Down Here, Dean Westerfield, Mariex Xme, OccupyJordan, Ron Borolla, Tim Wilson and Von Kraemer DeWitt for their excellent coverage and dedication – holding an iPhone 6+ over one’s head for 11 minutes verges on a yoga pose for the some.
Mr. No-Logo ups the energy levels on “Kino” (Day 069) from downtempo to wilder breakbeats, reflecting a trip-hop fusion of dark ambient and electro, and drawing from a mixed bag of vocalese sampladelics with electronica. “Tha Loop” picks up on a hummed bar of rare groove in this sophomoric release.
This collection of Day For Night white labels on custm DVD-r media forms a box set with unreleased mixes, working demos and milestones from the Day For Night catalogue, each disc packaged in a themed box design.
Day 096.1 Bluebottles “Chalk-White + Garlands” A collection of white label tracks.
Day 096.2 Day For Night “Hash + Koehler” A collection of white label tracks.
Day 096.3 Eric Scott “Arts + Metiers” A collection of white label tracks.
Day 096.4 Eric Scott “Crabcakes + Ulcers” A collection of white label tracks.
Day 096.5 Eric Scott “Coffeehouses + Asylums” A collection of white label tracks.
Day 096.6 Found “sush9b2r + ;–(” A collection of white label tracks.
Day 096.7 King FM “Lex + Rez” A collection of white label tracks.
Day 096.9 Pete Moraites “Hollywood + Roppongi” A collection of white label tracks.
Day 096.10 Rhythm Factory “Synthesizers + Rhythm” A collection of white label tracks.
Day 096.11 Salvador Dalek “Dooney + Haggis” A collection of white label tracks.
Day 096.15 Mr. No-Logo “Spilt Pea + Gravy” A collection of white label tracks.
Day 096.16 Künstfabriken “Flame + Interrobang” A collection of white label tracks.
Day 096.17 Cowboy Joe “Fits + Starts” A collection of white label tracks.
Salvador Dalek’s “Seaside Weekend” (Day 085) is where downtempo beats meet beachside bingo.
Mixed by Eric Scott, this set melds progressive house and dancefloor-oriented grooves from the Day For Night artist roster, also featuring Rhythm Factory, … and even Bluebottles… resulting in a blend of hauntological pastiche.
“Vigilant” (Day 046) presents eleven tracks by Eric Scott, leading with the Britpop-tinged “My Nature”, and merging smoky trip hop, brooding melodies and dark keyboard layers, with the occasional upbeat diversion.
Mr. No-Logo ups the energy levels on “Graceless” (Day 059) from downtempo to wilder breakbeats, reflecting a trip-hop fusion of dark ambient and electro, and drawing from a mixed bag of vocalese sampladelics with electronica. “Tha Loop” picks up on a hummed bar of rare groove in this sophomore release.
“A Priori” (Day 043) collects ten tracks by Eric Scott, merging smoky trip hop, brooding melodies and dark keyboard layers, with the occasional upbeat diversion. “I wrote much of this in the early half of 1997. At that time, I was experiencing some turmoil, and documented almost everything in audio journals, and in the form of my guitar playing, which became very diligent, and very structured all of a sudden.
“Then, the project went on hold, as I began to deal with many of the feelings that came up during the writing process. The feelings were so intense that I never revisited the songs for almost ten years. It was like a magnet, finding so much power within this creative block, and so I considered it a great honor to finish and record all ten tracks!”
“_Underscore” (Day 041) is the latest installment in orchestral cinematica from composer Eric Scott. Accentuated by patterned, rhythmical cycles, string lines, and Eric’s insistent post-minimalist trademark frenzy, this collection forges an emotional landscape that is rife with tension, in equal parts as it is harmonious with compassion, love and peace. “Underscore” is a lexicon of personal derives and new music for films; a work that is created anticipating need as filmic vantage.
Music promo for WIRE High from their 14th album release “Wire”, out April 2015 on Pink Flag. Video created by Eric Scott (Day For Night).
“…It all began (rather unassumingly) as #iPhone6 concert footage which I shot at the Echoplex L.A. show last May, having no plans in mind, and quickly turned into this. I found myself playing in After Effects and before I knew it, hours had passed and I was proceeding with confidence that there was an idea to explore, some visual contrasts to do with altitude and time.
“’High’ was immediately a standout track for me, from a tremendous 14th album (the self-titled ‘WIRE’). The song is buoyant with these soaring emotional highpoints in the poetic text, which is as beautifully cryptic as with so many of Graham Lewis’s lyrics. Meanwhile, the overall structure (A-B-A-B-C) contains some brilliant nuances, from the minor-to-major shifts which signals the chorus. Wire’s art-rock perspective on this results in something that is musically very satisfying, even in the less-likeliness of a ‘pop’ event… it is all-the-while SO subtle in so many more ways than one. A real gem of a song, it needed to become a single!”
This is the music promo created by Eric Scott for “Tall Grey Buildings” by Malka Spigel, which has an official release with the EP “Gliding” on the Swim~ label on May 19. Enjoy the trippy kaleidoscopic and time-lapse sequences shot around LA and London during 2013, and edited to Malka’s shoegaze/dream pop sound, and visually inspired by her richly colorful Lomo stills (https://bit.ly/1hLZr1X).
And, there is also a full length version too. This version matches the mix on the EP, preserving some additional Venice Beach and Santa Monica footage shot during the original videography.
Malka’s songwriting and recording career spans back to the early 1980s where, as bassist and vocalist in the Euro-Israeli post-punk band Minimal Compact, she eventually met her future husband and collaborator Colin Newman (Wire). The two of them are also members together in the bands Immersion and Githead, and presently continue to work and tour with their original bands.
“Tall Grey Buildings” is produced by Colin Newman (guitar) with musical contributions by Ronald Lippok (drums), Julie Campbell (guitar), Matthew Simms (guitar), Uri Frost (keyboards) and Gil Luz (keyboards).
This year, Day For Night celebrates its 19th year of full time digital creative studio, with a new website and many new projects around the bend. Thank you to dear client friends for helping us reach success for nearly two decades!
“Found5: What Part Of Us” (Day 068) takes the listener along a flowing atmospheric journey, leading through places and realms unknown…This ‘Found’ collection relies upon the sounds of our aqueous pursuits… An underwater experience for the weary traveler.
A collection of acoustic demos, recorded between July 2009 and December 2010, and encompassing the entire songwriting catalogue by Eric Scott, for Day For Night/Editions La Nuit Américaine.
Eric: “In a way, this project represents a kind of re-invention; where the freedom of hearing oneself re-interpreted, as many as 20 years later, through an acoustic demo, frees one of the trappings of fashion, style, temperament, and leaves only the bare bones of a rather positive songwriting legacy in place. It was made with the intention of leaving an inspirational footprint, and I think it wholly succeeds.”
“The Drowning Fish” (Day 033) is a collection of contemplative-yet-upbeat pieces for electric guitar, with a shift of emphasis upon arrangements that “could be reproducible live”…This is not to suggest that Eric Scott has any performance dates planned for the near future; the composer/producer prefers the studio environment above all else.
“I really do love to play live. But there’s a wiser instinct that reminds me that I just need to keep away from activities that have that laborious feeling, especially repetitive scheudules of any sort. From day to day, my attention is constantly moving, I’m restless and so I reinvent music every day. I’m just not into the side of things that requires that performer’s discipline. In many ways, it’s at the heart of why I do so many of the activities I pursue today.”
Eric Scott is a writer, multimedia artist, designer and composer… and in his 2nd book “Identity,” (Day 008) he explores the gestalt of Day For Night, presenting a variety of visual identities (alternating between the personal, and those created for his clients) along with other “messaging” from the Day For Night history. To create this work, Eric has painstakingly reviewed, documented and organized his own personal work, writings, designs & creative observations to present a cross-section that is the salient tip of the Day For Night (creative) iceberg…
In keeping with this approach, an abstract, occasionally surrealist, and mostly art-focused approach dominates the works presented, where “Identity” deliberately avoids the conflict of narrative, and instead interweaves many of Eric’s personal writings, notebooks and archives. A corner peeked-around when developing the identities and writings in a highly personal and visual setting… all of which, at its heart, defines the Day For Night approach.
“Identity” is a must-read for anyone who is a friend of the label, a client (or potential client), a lover of railway travel and/or urban explorer, reader of poetry or theorist of information architecture, or someone who is passionate about the creative process.
The full visual identity system, logo and sub-brands created by Day For Night, under the catalogue ID “Identity” (Day 008). As a matter of internal reference, this also includes identity marks for Eric Scott, NIGHTfonts, Editions La Nuit Amèricaine, Re:Fresh, King FM, Bluebottles, and Rhythm Factory, plus the accompanying letterhead, envelope, business card, in-ternal communications (fax, invoice, etc.), and a free downloadable desktop utility for composers, the Day For Night BPM Calculator
Composer Eric Scott (Day For Night) is interviewed on the boutique label’s approach towards commercial music and licensing, as part of the label mission. Composer Eric Scott (Day For Night) is interviewed on the boutique label’s approach towards commercial music and licensing, as part of the label mission. Composer Eric Scott (Day For Night) is interviewed on the boutique label’s approach towards commercial music and licensing, as part of the label mission. Composer Eric Scott (Day For Night) is interviewed on the boutique label’s approach towards commercial music and licensing, as part of the label mission. Composer Eric Scott (Day For Night) is interviewed on the boutique label’s approach towards commercial music and licensing, as part of the label mission. Composer Eric Scott (Day For Night) is interviewed on the boutique label’s approach towards commercial music and licensing, as part of the label mission. Composer Eric Scott (Day For Night) is interviewed on the boutique label’s approach towards commercial music and licensing, as part of the label mission. Composer Eric Scott (Day For Night) is interviewed on the boutique label’s approach towards commercial music and licensing, as part of the label mission. Composer Eric Scott (Day For Night) is interviewed on the boutique label’s approach towards commercial music and licensing, as part of the label mission. Composer Eric Scott (Day For Night) is interviewed on the boutique label’s approach towards commercial music and licensing, as part of the label mission.
Eric: “I felt it a growing imperative that I begin to share the working methodology behind some of the madness, so here’s the first in a series of little vlogisodes we’ve produced…”
Strategic Web Development, Digital Portfolio & Site Refresh
London-based composer/multimedia artist Robin Rimbaud, aka Scanner was gracious enough to invite Day For Night to enhance his informational site Scannerdot.com. This latest update emphasises a forensics approach to design production (and most importantly, making the site mobile device-friendly)!
The development strategy was to aim for the ultimate; providing a comprehensive e-Commerce page, further improving all shopping and downloading options, developing an exhaustive discography providing fan access to all matter of rich Scanner releases and downloadable media as possible, and by restoring a thirteen-year old archive of newsletters, which reveals a fascinatingly autobiographical track-back through the history of the international sound arts scene since 1994, as told from the voice of one of electronic music’s prime movers, collaborators, and orchestrators.
For such a diverse recording and performance artist, this represents still but a small portion of Scanner’s recorded artistic achievement, as we also for the first time embedded Robin’s Flickr photo gallery – to show the world what a wonderful eye the man has behind a lomographic or iPhone quad camera!
Experience the strikingly dark beauty of Scanner’s musical and personal work here:
Recorded Live at Tripnotic (The Room) in Santa Monica
on August 2, 2012
A 2+ Hour Mix featuring featuring Portishead, Sneaker Pimps, Bjork, Howie B, Depeche Mode, The Orb, International Peoples Gang, The XX, Phantogram, Q-Burns Abstract Message, Moloko, Leftfield, Warp label artists Boards of Canada & Red Snapper, Swim~ label artists dollop, Malka Spigel, Ronnie & Clyde & Akatombo, plus Natural Calamity, Charles Webster, Trellis, Alex Gopher, Billie Holliday, Heights of Abraham, Looper, Gold Zebra, 1 Giant Leap, DJ Krush… and the Unknown Ghosts… recorded live at Tripnotic Downtempo Lounge, (Santa Monica, CA)!
01 dol-lop – Qoke
02 Natural Calamity – As You Know
03 Portishead – Tribute To Monk & Canatella
04 Portishead – Wandering Star Remix
05 Sneaker Pimps – 6 Underground (The Umbrellas of Ladywell Mix #2)
06 Bjork – I Miss You (Dobie Rub Part One-Sunshine Mix)
07 The Orb – Orban Tumbleweed
08 Charles Webster – Be No-One
09 Malka Spigel – Humans
10 Depeche Mode – Painkiller
11 Trellis – Sniff
12 Boards Of Canada – In A Beautiful Place Out In The Country
13 Depeche Mode – Higher Love
14 International People’s Gang – Into The Hole
15 Ronnie & Clyde – Bad Memory
16 Neotropic – Aloo Gobi
17 Q-Burns Abstract Message – Feel
18 Moloko – Day For Night
19 Alex Gopher – The Child (featuring Billie Holliday)
20 Leftfield – A Final Hit
21 Akatombo – Panacea
22 Q-Burns Abstract Message – Enter/Other
23 Heights of Abraham – All The Time In The World
24 Looper – These Things
25 The XX – Intro
26 Gold Zebra – Back In The Dust
27 dol-lop – Phase
28 1 Giant Leap – My Culture (Salvador Dalek Remix)
29 Phantogram – When I’m Small
30 Howie B – Take Your Partner By The Hand (Red Snapper Mix)
31 Red Snapper – Bussing
32 Bjork – Army Of Me
33 Boards Of Canada – Kid For Today
34 DJ Krush – Song 1
35 Neotropic – Weeds
36 The Unknown Ghosts – Kingdom Of The Eye
Band From TV is a collection of (literally, that)… television stars who rock, for their favorite charities together.
The meeting of Greg Grunberg (founder, drummer & vocalist from TV’s ‘Heroes’, as well as ‘ALIAS’, ‘Love Bites’, ‘The Client List’, ‘Felicity’) with Hugh Laurie (‘House’, ‘A Bit of Fry & Laurie’) originally set the band’s dynamic in motion when they collaborated on an episode of ‘House’ and the rest is now history. With Bob Guiney (‘The Bachelor’) on vocals, James Denton (‘Desperate Housewives’) on guitar, Jesse Spencer (‘House’) on violin, Scott Grimes (‘ER’), Teri Hatcher on vocals, Brad Savage on bass and many other guest vocalists from Jorge Garcia to Wayne Brady, to Jennifer Love Hewitt, to… oh, the list just goes on.
Day For Night re-developed a new site presence for the band to complement their need for an easy to maintain site interface in light of their busy touring schedule.
Music video from Eric Scott of “Arcadia,” set to the May 20, 2012 annular solar eclipse. The film was recorded between 6:20 and 6:35 pm on May 20, 2012, using a consumer grade-HD Sony camera, filming through 3 pairs of sunglasses from the front of the Day For Night studio in the north San Fernando Valley, Southern California.
Recorded Live at Tripnotic (The Room) in Santa Monica
on May 3, 2012
A 2+ Hour Mix featuring Massive Attack and Craig Armstrong, The Orb, Underworld, Portishead, Tricky, Hooverphonic, Depeche Mode, Howie B, Bjork, Red Snapper, Ninja Tune artists Amon Tobin, Neotropic, Funky Porcini & DJ Food, legendary Swim~ artists Ronnie & Clyde and dol-lop, plus Brian Eno, Mr. No-Logo (Day For Night), Scanner vs. SFT, Emiliana Torrini, Trifonic, Bent, David Holmes, DJ Krush, Natural Calamity, Charles Webster, Everything But The Girl, Burial, Orange, Paul Haig, Trellis, Skylab and Eurythmics… recorded live at Tripnotic Downtempo Lounge, (Santa Monica, CA)!
01 Burial – Night Bus
02 Neotropic – You’re Grinding Me Down
03 Orange – La Couleur
04 Ronnie & Clyde – The 33rd Caller
05 Massive Attack – Man Next Door
06 Tricky – Hell Is Around The Corner
07 Portishead – Glory Box (Edit)
08 Underworld – Sola Sistim
09 International People’s Gang – Conditioned Response
10 Trifonic – Lies
11 Amon Tobin – Get Your Snack On
12 Scanner vs SFT – Guitar Pule
13 Eurythmics – This City Never Sleeps
14 Howie B – Angels Go Bald Too
15 Emiliana Torrini – To Be Free
16 Bent – Bent
17 The Orb – Beatitude
18 Mr. No-Logo – Arts Et Metiers
19 Massive Attack – Heat Miser
20 David Holmes – Rodney Yates
21 Everything But The Girl – Before Today
22 DJ Food – The Crow
23 Daddylonglegs (Howie B) – When Betty Comes To Town
24 Funki Porcini – B. Monkey
25 Neotropic – Weeds
26 DJ Krush – Song 1
27 Baxter – All Of My Pride
28 Bjork – Army Of Me
29 DJ Shadow – Six Days (Remix Featuring Mos Def)
30 Skylab – Seashell
31 Natural Calamity – As You Know
32 Howie B – Take Your Partner By The Hand (Red Snapper Mix)
33 Serge Gainsbourg & Jane Birkin – Ballade de Melody Nelson (Howie B Remix)
34 Mr. No-Logo – Mook
35 Craig Armstrong – Lo Canto
36 Red Snapper – Bussing
37 The Orb – Orban Tumbleweed
38 Hooverphonic – Club Montepulciano
39 Amon Tobin – Four Ton Mantis
40 dol-lop – Phase : SD Edit
41 Ronnie & Clyde – Theme From A Lazy Life : SD Edit
42 Charles Webster – Be No-One
43 Trellis – Hampton Shuffle
44 Paul Haig – Symptomatik
45 Brian Eno & Rick Holland – Bless This Space
46 Depeche Mode – Higher Love
Talk About It.org is a branded online user experience, dedicated to increasing public awareness for undervalued and misrepresented causes such as epilepsy… Creative direction and digital strategy by Eric Scott (Day For Night).
TalkAboutIt.org was devised by Greg Grunberg (star of Love Bites, The Client List, Heroes, ALIAS, Felicity), in collaboration with the Epilepsy Foundation. TalkAboutIt.org unites celebrities and Hollywood stars to ask questions and to provide answers on epilepsy awareness, and invite change in the public’s false understanding and perceptions about epilepsy.
Day For Night designed and co-developed the Talk About It brand campaign through planning and strategy for a viral content, preceding the launch of the website which is designed around original video PSAs.
Web development and strategy, art direction, design, video editing and compositing, site programming and consultation.
TalkAboutIt.org was devised by Greg Grunberg (star of NBC’s HEROES), and designed in collaboration with the Epilepsy Foundation and Brian Peterson of Roam Creative. Talk About It! unites celebrities and Hollywood stars to ask questions and to provide answers on epilepsy awareness, and invite change in the public’s false understanding and perceptions about epilepsy.
We met the challenge of creating an imaginary world of underground train journeys and “tube” subway station platforms. These were wedded to the actor performances (who were filmed on blue-screen), in order to create a virtual journey from “ignorance to awareness” for the website, which is structured around original video PSAs.
Podcasts + Video 2009_0427 : TrekMovie.com interview with Greg Grunberg 2009_0421 : Disability Matters Podcast 2009_0408 : CNN Video News Release 2009_0408 : Talk About It! – The Day For Night Creativity Podcast
Articles + Press 2009_0502 : Stars That Care 2009_0420 : People.com A Call To Arms in the Epilepsy Fight 2009_0420 : Greg Grunberg Enlists Jennifer Garner to Talk About It 2009_0401 : ParentDish.com interview with Greg Grunberg 2009_0333 : People.com interview with Greg Grunberg
Recorded Live at Tripnotic (The Room) in Santa Monica
on April 19, 2012
A 2 hour mix featuring Sneaker Pimps, Howie B, Bjork, Everything But The Girl, Massive Attack, Portishead, U.N.K.L.E., DJ Shadow, Hooverphonic, Four Tet, The Orb, Depeche Mode, Scanner vs. SFT, International People’s Gang, Bitter:Sweet, Fila Brazillia, Stereo MCs, The XX, DJ Food, Boards of Canada, Red Snapper, Githead, dol-lop, Mr. No-Logo, Kreidler, Balam Acab, The Egg, Trellis, Stereo MCs, Paul Haig, Dubstar, Skylab, Faust, Sofa Surfers, Baxter, Spacer… and Paul Weller… recorded live at Tripnotic Downtempo Lounge, (Santa Monica, CA)!
1. Kreidler – Impressions d’Afrique
2. Bitter:Sweet – Mating Game
3. Balam Acab – Apart
4. The Orb – Latchmere Allotments (Nocturnal Sunshine Remix)
5. The Egg – Bend (Fila Brazillia Remix)
6. Trellis – No Tune Waver
7. Depeche Mode – Dangerous (Slow Dead Mix)
8. Paul Haig – Departure 60
9. The XX – Intro
10. Howie B – Shag
11. International Peoples Gang – 4pm….4am
12. Mr. No-Logo – The Warren (18, Slekijizah)
13. Stereo MCs – Connected
14. Bjork – Possibly Maybe (featuring Scanner)
15. U.N.K.L.E. (featuring Ian Brown) – Be There (Radio Edit)
16. Red Snapper – 4 Dead Monks (Live)
17. DJ Shadow – Six Days (Remix Featuring Mos Def)
18. Dubstar – Stars
19. Skylab – Seashell
20. Githead – Drop
21. Faust – Meltdown Of T-Electronique & Apocalypse (Remixed by Sofa Surfers)
22. Sneaker Pimps – Low Place Like Home
23. Everything But The Girl – Single (Brad Wood Memphis Remix)
24. Massive Attack – Protection (with Tracey Thorn)
25. Boards Of Canada – Aquarius
26. Baxter – Love Again
27. Depeche Mode – Slowblow
28. Spacer – The Beamer
29. Paul Weller – Wildwood (Portishead Remix)
30. Massive Attack – Teardrop
31. Scanner vs SFT – Twice Two
32. DJ Food – The Crow
33. Bjork – All Is Full Of Love (Strings Mix)
34. The Orb/The Unknown Ghosts – City of Ghosts
35. Hooverphonic – 2wicky
36. Four Tet – No More Mosquitoes (Boom Bip Remix)
37. Trifonic – Broken
38. Trellis – Camel
39. dol-lop – Phase