Because it’s Very Chill in Deep Space
Experience with running “chill sets” during working weekdays indicated that a better way would be to have a 24hr Deep Space Chill stream. So that’s what we’ve done. You can listen via TuneIn.com with your browser, or using the TuneIn App. Accept no substitutes! As a German listener told us: “Deep Space Chill is The Hammer“.
For your streaming player: http://stream.radioinfoweb.net:8000/chill
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This is not your mother’s Chill music. This is Deep Space Chill… because it’s very cold in deep space. Here are some of the parameters we’ve used for selecting the music you’ll find in rotating sets on the chill channel…
- Good for meditating, work, or spacing way out
- Good for inter-stellar and inter-galactic space travel
- No vocals. Vocalizations (you know, the “ethereal female” variety) are held to a strict minimum
- No thumpa-thumpa Nazi duck-step music that pervades popular techno, house, and chill
- An emphasis on “concrete” music (sorry to use a French word, but that’s the best one)
- De-emphasis of beat-orientation, pop-orientation, and even melody orientation
- Mostly down-tempo; as is our wont, tempo and other qualities are modulated into arcs to produce an organic and/or spacey ebb and flow. Dig it!
- Some jazz flavor is allowed
- Some exceptions have sneaked in, but we allowed them for various reasons including variety (and the limited amount of music that meets our specs)
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For chill on the mainstream (the main Radio InfoWeb stream), there are shows in the mix that includes “Music from the Minds of Space” and others that provides sets of music with a similar sensibility.
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