50ft Radio Volume Seven Side A

50ft Radio is back with the A side of volume seven. I set out to start making these shorter and release them more often but as always, things change. One mix grew into another “two sided” one split into two distinct moods. Side A is an exploration of more electronic and progressive sounds. A couple of last minute additions to the mix left it with a sharp left turn nearly right off the bat and I am curious to see what you guys think of it. I opted for nothing too heavy this go around and wanted to bridge straight electronic tracks with a few containing a little more in the way of organic elements.

Anyways, I hope you guys enjoy it and keep an eye out this week for the B side which is more wonderful quiet and ambient music for those of you not as into the electronic side of things. I would have released them both at the same time but this is all I had time to compile over the weekend and wanted to go ahead and share this with everyone at least.

The mix can be found here, the zip file contains a PDF track listing which can also be seen here but I think its more fun to listen to it before digging in to see what tracks you may or may not already know. Reading the track list is like reading a detailed plot summary before watching a movie.

The mix was created using GarageBand and was exported using the enhanced AAC format which allows you to skip through tracks so if one of the songs is really not agreeing with you you can always jump ahead to the next. Please, have respect for the music on here, I make them with honest intentions of sharing great music with you guys to discover so never re-host the mix anywhere else. I will not make it available in individual tracks so please don’t ask. Also, above all else, if you enjoy a song and find yourself coming back to it often then by all means check out the albums or musicians that created them and purchase some of their music! Help them help you! Thanks again and enjoy!


  1. thedoo - July 25, 2012 at 3:40 am

    downloading now. looking forward to it!

  2. steve - July 25, 2012 at 11:43 am

    I have been visiting your site because of the amazing desktop wallpapers and thoughtful articles. This is my frist 50ft radio download and have to say it is a truly great listen! Keep up the good work on all fronts.

  3. Farfromrefuge - August 1, 2012 at 11:25 am

    Very nice mix.
    I am looking for that track
    A drop in silence – untitled.
    Cant find anything for that artist.
    Any help?


  4. Israel S - August 11, 2012 at 1:41 pm

    Thank you for sharing these.

    Also, I really enjoy your site.

    Israel S

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