Sounds of Ceres: Sounds for Falling Asleep and Waking Up

Sounds of Ceres: Sounds for Falling Asleep and Waking Up

Sound of Ceres guitar player Derrick Bozich has put together a playlist for us titled “Hypnagogia,” which is the transitional place between sleeping and waking.

The band features¬†Candy Claws’ Karen Hover and Ryan Hover, the Drums’ Jacob Graham, Apples in Stereo’s Ben Phelan and Bozich, and their new LP, The Twin, is out now.

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The Luyas, “Dream of Love”
I really love all of the different textures this song has. Very beautiful track.

Poom, “De la vitesse a l’ivresse”
One day, when there are commercial voyages to the international space station, I would like to listen to this song on my journey.

Il Guardiano Del Faro, “Ma Ci Pensi, Io E Te”¬†
Travel back to a time of analog bliss with this track, please.

Woo, “Hopi”
It sounds like this song was made by someone who has never heard synthesizer music, but who had all the right tools. Incredibly unique music.

Ennio Morricone, “Ninna Nanna Per Adulteri”
Ennio Morricone was such an innovator. What an elegant, beautiful song.

White Poppy, “Magic Feel”
From the first notes, this song transports me to the most idyllic forest I can imagine.

Mary Costa, “Once Upon a Dream”
This song is so vivid; the orchestration and the lyrics are so brilliantly interwoven.

Clara Rockmore, “El Amor Brujo (Love, the Magician)”
I love the minimalism and negative space in this song. Clara Rockmore’s playing is otherworldly.

Death and Vanilla, “Somnambulists”
Death and Vanilla are dream architects and this song is proof.

Virna Lindt, “Underwater Boy”
This song sounds very romantic to me, I love the call-and-response of the vocals, the production and all of the subtle atmospheric sounds throughout the whole track.

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