don't go awash in this digital landscape | changing parameters fanmix



nature boy | david bowie & massive attack
there was a boy, / a very strange enchanted boy.

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medula oblongata | the dust brothers
instrumental

it's personal | the radio dept.
instrumental

easier (instrumental) | grizzly bear
instrumental

finish your collapse and stay for breakfast | broken social scene
instrumental

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human behavior (close to human mix) | björk
there's definitely, definitely, definitely no logic / to human behaviour / but yet so, yet so irresistible

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corporate world | the dust brothers
instrumental

sun collapse | the chemical brothers
instrumental

escape wavefold | the chemical brothers
instrumental

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hearts a mess | gotye
your heart's a mess / you won't admit to it / it makes no sense / but I'm desperate to connect

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showtime | jon brion
instrumental

violence and variations | bear mccreary
instrumental

fear (winter) | clint mansell & kronos quartet
instrumental

meltdown (winter) | clint mansell & kronos quartet
instrumental

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after the storm | mumford and sons
and now I cling to what I knew / I saw exactly what was true / but oh no more. / that's why I hold, / that's why I hold with all I have.

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drove through ghosts to get here | 65daysofstatic
instrumental

your hand in mine | explosions in the sky
instrumental

everything wrong is right again | the six parts seven
instrumental

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unobstructed views | death cab for cutie
there's no eye in the sky / just our love, just our love / no unobstructed views / no perfect truths / just our love, just our love



19 tracks | mp3 | 125.79 mb



fanmixer's notes

This fanmix is almost two months in the making. Right from the start – from the first read through of Janonny's Changing Parameters – I thought about making a mix comprised mostly of instrumental tracks. Thus began the process of educating myself in the ways of contemporary bands and composers that don't add vocals to their music. It was a journey worth taking: Janonny and the great, fun fic she wrote deserved nothing less. I can only hope I did her work justice.


credit where credit is due

Title taken from the song of the same name (Don't Go Awash in This Digital Landscape), by British post-rock band Codes in the Clouds.
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