Headphone Commute’s Best of 2009 : Music For The Film Behind Closed Eyelids

21Dec09

The first installment of Headphone Commute’s Best of 2009 begins with Music For The Film Behind Closed Eyelids. This is a playlist of my favorite albums of the year, consisting of music that simply makes you feel. This is music that moves you from reality into daydreams then into nightmares and back into reality. The albums in this category should be classified as the soundtracks to your life. No other genres are required.

(entries are listed in alphabetical order by artist. links point to album reviews on headphone commute)
Ben Frost – By the Throat (Bedroom Community) [REVIEW] [INTERVIEW]
Clint Mansell – Moon (Black Records) [REVIEW] [INTERVIEW]
The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble – Here Be Dragons (Ad Noiseam) [INTERVIEW]
Murcof – La Sangre Iluminada (Surimi Media) [INTERVIEW]
Nils Frahm – The Bells (Kning Disk / Erased Tapes) [INTERVIEW]
Ólafur Arnalds – Dyad 1909 (Erased Tapes)
Proem – Till There’s No Breath (Nonresponse) [REVIEW] [INTERVIEW]
Scanner – Rockets, Unto The Edges Of Edges (BineMusic) [REVIEW] [INTERVIEW]
Sun O))) – Monoliths & Dimensions (Southern Lord)
Talbot + Deru – Genus (Ant-Zen / Dear Oh Dear) [REVIEW] [INTERVIEW]

See more favorite selections on Headphone Commute’s Best of 2009



3 Responses to “Headphone Commute’s Best of 2009 : Music For The Film Behind Closed Eyelids”

  1. 1 Andreas Burckhardt

    nice title, great content.

  2. Same here… HC, totally agree with you! ;) I own TKDE’s and Proem’s last albums on CD!

  3. 3 amin wejebe

    couldn’t agree more with this



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