Compiled by Interchill's in house artist Gordon Field, Earth Octave Lounge takes the listener into deep moods and fun-key-ness by traveling smoothly across the musical path of well rounded beats and bass while always keeping the emotional arpeggio intact.
Erotic Lounge - there is no better music to sex! A good collection of music - like a carefully cut diamond, find it among the slag heaps at times as difficult as to give the latter form. If we continue the analogy, the Sony BMG music produces such "diamonds" is not worse than the precious masterpieces by Cartier or Tiffany & Co. Therefore, past collections Erotic Lounge series to go hard, they cover charmingly attractive and content even more striking.
H.U.V.A. Network, Carbon Based Lifeforms, Bluetech, Vataff Project, Phutureprimitive and more. All the musicians that take part of the compilation played live at ambientBOOM2004, the ambient zone at Boom Festival 2004. Play a vibration in the rhythm of the Universe, play a vibration in the rhythm of dreaming.
A producer, composer and keyboardist from London, Paul Hardcastle debuted as a solo artist in 1984 and scored the following year with "19," an electro-oriented record featuring news reports and other sources on Vietnam. It became a major hit in his native country; in the U.S., it topped Billboard's club chart. Later, he produced and did remixes for artists such as Ian Dury and Phil Lynott. He continued to sell well in the specialty dance market and occasionally released records as part of the duo Kiss the Sky (with Jaki Graham) while also operating under names like the Def Boys, Beeps International, and Jazzmasters. Zero One (1985), Jazzmasters II (1994), and Hardcastle 2 (1996) were among his most popular releases through the '90s…