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Crack Mix
22.10.2020

Crack Mix 386:
Eartheater

Experimental Ambient Classical Drone

After releasing her fifth studio album, Phoenix: Flames Are Dew Upon My Skin, this month, Alexandra Drewchin (aka Eartheater) reworks the LP into a sleep aid for listeners.

The NY-based multi-instrumentalist, producer and composer is somewhat of a shapeshifter, with her sound ranging from dance-pop to ethereal, experimental sonics and trance-y cuts. Her latest LP contains some of her signature tropes – orchestral flourishes with arpeggiating harps and swathes of choral vocals.

For her Crack Mix – aptly titled Phoenix Sleeps – she reworks her new album into a dense, foggy soundscape. “I’ve never had trouble with sleeping until recently,” she writes, “so I’ve been on the hunt for the best sleeping sounds and music.” Forget your meditation app, set yourself up for a long night’s sleep with this mix.


See Tracklist
Bringing Me Back (sleep edit)
Below the Clavicle (sleep edit)
How to Fight (sleep edit)
Little Horns (sleep edit)
Fantasy Collision (sleep edit)
Goodbye Diamond (sleep edit)
Diamond in the Bedrock (sleep edit)
Kiss of the Phoenix (sleep edit)
Mercurial Nerve (sleep edit)
Airborne Ashes (sleep edit)
Volcano (sleep edit)
Faith Consuming Hope (sleep edit)
Feather on Fire (sleep edit)
Metallic Taste of Patience (sleep edit)

Crack Mix 386: Eartheater

Crack Mix 386: Eartheater

After releasing her fifth studio album, Phoenix: Flames Are Dew Upon My Skin, this month, Alexandra Drewchin (aka Eartheater) reworks the LP into a sleep aid for listeners.

The NY-based multi-instrumentalist, producer and composer is somewhat of a shapeshifter, with her sound ranging from dance-pop to ethereal, experimental sonics and trance-y cuts. Her latest LP contains some of her signature tropes – orchestral flourishes with arpeggiating harps and swathes of choral vocals.

For her Crack Mix – aptly titled Phoenix Sleeps – she reworks her new album into a dense, foggy soundscape. “I’ve never had trouble with sleeping until recently,” she writes, “so I’ve been on the hunt for the best sleeping sounds and music.” Forget your meditation app, set yourself up for a long night’s sleep with this mix.

See Tracklist
Bringing Me Back (sleep edit)
Below the Clavicle (sleep edit)
How to Fight (sleep edit)
Little Horns (sleep edit)
Fantasy Collision (sleep edit)
Goodbye Diamond (sleep edit)
Diamond in the Bedrock (sleep edit)
Kiss of the Phoenix (sleep edit)
Mercurial Nerve (sleep edit)
Airborne Ashes (sleep edit)
Volcano (sleep edit)
Faith Consuming Hope (sleep edit)
Feather on Fire (sleep edit)
Metallic Taste of Patience (sleep edit)
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