Open Space-the Classic Chillout Album

// August 1st, 2015 // 2 Comments » // Chillout, Space Music

2CD compilation with a stunning tracklist from EBTG, William Orbit, Robert Miles, Chicane, Deep Forest, Clannad, Ennio Morricone, Enigma, Jean Michel Jarre, Delerium and many more.

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Strange Days: The Adventures of a Grumpy Rock ‘n’ Roll Journalist in Los Angeles

// April 22nd, 2015 // 2 Comments » // Books, Classic Pop, Classic Rock, Prog Rock, Psychedelic, Space Music

Strange Days

Why did David Bowie cry in the middle of an interview? Did Phil Collins really call a journalist the nastiest word in the English language? What was Johnny Cash’s home like? Why did the unflappable Garth Brooks lose his temper? Who described Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters as “a terminal arsehole”? Why did soap operas tear apart Aerosmith and the Doors? Is Mike Love of the Beach Boys tragically misunderstood? Was Isaac Hayes the coolest cat on the planet? What do Ice-T and Gene Simmons have in common? Strange Days: The Adventures of a Grumpy Rock ‘n’ Roll Journalist in Los Angeles is your VIP pass to the symbiotic world of music reporters and rock stars. Come backstage and bask in moments of profound genius and crass stupidity.

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Rainy Day Playlist

// November 3rd, 2014 // Comments Off on Rainy Day Playlist // Ambient, Chillout, Electronic, Space Music

We just changed the clocks here in the United States and it is getting dark out earlier. The days are getting shorter and the rainy season is upon us. What better way to chill out on a rainy day than play some incredible electronic music by artists like Ulrich Schnauss and Marconi Union? Here is a list of songs that should make any rainy day a good one!

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Ulrich Schnauss & Mark Peters – Gift Horse’s Mouth

Ulrich Schnauss – One Finger and Someone Else’s Chords

Engineers – Twenty Paces (feat. Mark Peters, Ulrich Schnauss, Simon Phipps & Matthew Linley)

Dragons – Remembrance (Ulrich Schnauss remix of Dragons) – Ulrich Schnauss remix of Dragons

Kriece – Eye of the Beholder – Ulrich Schnauss Remix

The Pels Syndicate – Searchlight

Sound Adventures – Scouting The Dark

Ulrich Schnauss – Theta

Lunz – Lunz – Ulrich Schnauss Remix

Marconi Union – Alone Together

Snakestyle – Just Moving

Stefan Erbe – Der erste Augenblick

Disonaur – Spirit Platypus Guide

David Wright – A Certain Malaise

Shuttle358 – Chessa

Ulrich Schnauss – A Long Way to Fall

Ulrich Schnauss & Jonas Munk – …You Can Walk Anywhere

Isan – Catgot – Single Version

Cell – Audio Deepest Night

Rone – Spanish Breakfast – Video Edit

Hiro.t – Emotion Dive

Donnacha Costello – Leaving Berlin – Original Mix

Me:Mo – Day Trip (Obsil Remix)

Monolake – Cyan

Mint – Little Gift

Dot Tape Dot – Miracolo A Milano

Heiki – Taiki

Blue States – Arion

Lab’s Cloud – Tea & Stars

Jeff Rona – We’re On The Bottom

Green Beats – The Beach

Ten and Tracer – East Glacr Plart

Jonn Serrie – Eye of the Beholder

Jens Buchert – Auralis

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Gulan Sphere Ambient Electronica Space Music

// July 7th, 2013 // 1 Comment » // Ambient, Electronica, Space Music

Another release by Gulan whos work is inspired by the music of Klaus Schulze, Michael Stearns, Robert Rich, Tangerine Dream.

Gulan Sphere Ambient Electronica Space Music

The tracks range from ambient electronica to more of a Berlin-school feel. His compositions are full of nice sounds and phrases creating cosmic associations. Interesting combinations of synthetic and acoustic sounds and effects, unusual constructions of musical phrases give to his music its originality and mysteriousness.


I am not usually into ‘meditation’ music, and frankly bought Sphere because I liked the sound clips that I heard. But, after listening to the CD front to back, I was amazed at the journey that this music takes you through. Unlike other ambient music that sounds like ‘repetitive sheet music’, this album comes off like a work of art with great ingenuity.

Beautiful passages with slight variations that sweep your mind into the journey that is Gulan.

The first two tracks start with much motion and activity, the long third track Altai changes the mood with placid tonal passages, then tracks 4-6 bring you back into a flurry of mind trips. The last track, Synthetic-x is a fitting poignant ending. I just hope that there is a sequel to this album – I will certainly buy it!

Elton Dearmon

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