Artículos

  • DSNight Christmas 2014

    13 Dic 2014, 12:50 de deepgoa

    from our dsnetwork kitchen // lazy sunday music
    we present: dsnight christmas 2014
    finest &

    tracklist:
    Neurotonal - the enlightenment
    Revolution Void - obscure terrain
    Bluetech - embrace
    Warp Technique - arab star
    Vibrasphere - the big sleep
    Astronaut Ape - i of the i
    Astronaut Ape - astropath
    Dab - the blues
    Astralasia - the slider
    Phutureprimitive - burn (phutureprimitive rmx)
    nor elle - la rue jules verne
    Shen - forgotten grove
    Shen - jagiya

    selected, mixed & served by DEEPGOA
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    peace n love
    dg
  • Ultimae - ASURA [ Radio Universe ] Out now

    6 Nov 2014, 9:03 de Ultimae

    Radio Universe, the fourth album by French composer Charles Farewell aka Asura to be released on Ultimae, presents a renewed vision of the seventies legacy.

    This musical odyssey sends one drifting and spiralling through deep bass drones and multi-layered synth pads contrasted by the classic downtempo tracks the artist is famously known for.

    A modern echo to the works of Jean-Michel Jarre, Klaus Schulze and Vangelis floats all over the ten tracks of this galactic journey which will stand as a warp in music history and certainly a transition in Asura's discography.


    All tracks written & produced by Charles Farewell.
    Except 'Farscape 7', written and produced by Charles Farewell & Ayten Studio 777 | France
    Mastering by Vincent VilluisUltimae Studio (France).
    inre057 - (C) & (P) 2014 Ultimae


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  • DSNight 66 - welcome to Babylon! 10 years of DSNight (2004 - 2014)

    11 Oct 2014, 18:49 de deepgoa

    welcome to Babylon!
    10 years of DSNight (2004 - 2014)

    close your eyes and open your mind
    finest psychedelic dub chillout on air
    selected, mixed & served by dg

    Auditive Escape - La Machine
    Auditive Escape - Renol
    Jens Buchert - Fluffy Sky
    Sysyphe - Light On The Labyrinth
    Kukan Dub Lagan - Feeling Good Is What You Should
    Funki Porcini - Jiggle
    Evolve - Strange Children
    Phenomenal Handclap Band - Testimony (Cosmodelic Dub Factor Mix)
    Adham Shaikh - Bass Wallah
    Dub Spencer & Trance Hill - Bankrobber

    peace love unity & respect
    dg

    https://soundcloud.com/deepgoa/dsnight-66
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  • Ultimae - ASURA [ Radio Universe ] Coming Soon...

    9 Oct 2014, 10:05 de Ultimae

    Radio Universe, the fourth album by French composer Charles Farewell aka Asura to be released on Ultimae, presents a renewed vision of the Seventies Space Music legacy.

    Available on 21st October 2014 in CD deluxe format (+ limited edition of postcards for the first 500 orders), you can already discover and reserve your copy. By advance, thanks for your precious support.


    All tracks written & produced by Charles Farewell.
    Except 'Farscape 7', written and produced by Charles Farewell & Ayten.
    Studio 777 | France
    Mastering by Vincent Villuis – Ultimae Studio (France).
    inre057 - (C) & (P) 2014 Ultimae
    CD & Digital Release date : 21th October 2014
    All other platforms : 28th Octobre 2014


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  • CIRCULAR [ Moon Pool ] | Ultimae - Out now !

    10 Jul 2014, 8:15 de Ultimae

    Embark upon Moon Pool, let the float begin…
    Bjarte Andreassen and Jostein Dahl Gjelsvik invite you in a pure ambient story in 8 chapters. An album that will drive you further and deeper into sound. At times evanescent, ethereal, at times on a rolling ride. Subtle blend of synthesis and organic instrumentations, Circular’s new album reveals the artists’ cross-genre inspirations, from the ballad, to minimalistic glide and the ambidrum’n’bass collaboration with Vincent Villuis / Aes Dana. Delightful and astonishing!

    Moon Pool is the third album on Ultimae by the Norwegian duo, who previously released on Origo Sound, famous for the Biosphere albums, and section records under moniker Molefonk. Thought out and conceived with an ear to refined details, it will stand as a landmark in Bjarte and Jostein’s musical production.



    Format : CD booksleeve 3 parts + 16 pages booklet + postcards + bookmarks
    Mastering by Bjarte Andreassen & Vincent Villuis – Ultimae Studio (France).
    Artwork design by Vincent Villuis.
    Reference number : inre070


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  • CIRCULAR [ Moon Pool ] | Ultimae - Coming soon !

    19 Jun 2014, 10:43 de Ultimae

    Embark upon [ Moon Pool ], let the float begin…
    Bjarte Andreassen and Jostein Dahl Gjelsvik invite you in a pure story in 8 chapters. An album that will drive you further and deeper into sound. At times evanescent, , at times on a rolling ride. Subtle blend of synthesis and organic instrumentations, Circular’s new album reveals the artists’ cross-genre inspirations, from the ballad, to glide and the ambidrum’n’bass collaboration with Vincent Villuis / Aes Dana. Delightful and astonishing!

    [ Moon Pool ] is the third album on Ultimae by the Norwegian duo, who previously released on Origo Sound, famous for the Biosphere albums, and section records under moniker Molefonk. Thought out and conceived with an ear to refined details, it will stand as a landmark in Bjarte and Jostein’s musical production.


    Format : CD booksleeve 3 parts + 16 pages booklet + postcards + bookmarks
    Mastering by Bjarte Andreassen & Vincent Villuis – Ultimae Studio (France).
    Artwork design by Vincent Villuis.
    Reference number : inre070
    CD & Digital Release date : 03 July 2014


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    The UltimaeTeam
    Ultimae Records
    www.ultimae.com
  • DSNight special 'Best of Lauge & Baba Gnohm'

    15 Jun 2014, 11:17 de deepgoa

    from our dsnetwork kitchen // lazy sunday music
    we present: Lauge & Baba Gnohm

    After Henrik (Lauge) contacted me we quickly came to DSNight's "Best of Lauge & Baba Gnohm" idea.
    Here we go:

    "Their style is deep and dreamy Scandinavian chill out with glacial rhythms, blissful atmospheres, and emotive melodic flourishes." www.ektoplazm.com/free-music/lauge…a-gnohm-daybreak

    Tracklist:
    Lauge - Lunar Nature Resort (Outro)
    Lauge - Ruhezone
    Lauge & Baba Gnohm - Rejsen
    Lauge - Snowflake (Seamoon Remix)
    Lauge - Sandslottet
    Lauge & Baba Gnohm - Structures
    Lauge - 6th Avenue Phone Booth
    Lauge & Baba Gnohm - H2O
    Lauge & Baba Gnohm - Southern Hemisphere
    Lauge & Baba Gnohm - Daybreak
    Lauge - Lunar Nature Resort (Outro)

    selected, mixed & served by dg
    http://deepgoa.com
    peace n love
    dg

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    Bio:
    The duo Lauge & Baba Gnohm consists of Henrik Laugesen and Kalle Christensen, both born in 1985 in Denmark.
    They first met in 2008 in Christiania. After a successful day in the studio, they decided to put their previous solo projects on hold, and team up.
    Lauge & Baba Gnohm was formed in the late winter of 2008, and that wintery feeling which was present in their first tracks, still leave traces in their more recent soundscapes.

    Henrik and Kalle are heavily inspired by nature, especially the arctic parts of the world.
    Till now Lauge & Baba Gnohm have had many releases on various labels around the globe, as well asbeing part of a sync company dealing with soundtracks for movies and documentaries.

    The very first Lauge & Baba Gnohm collaboration release was The Perfect Stranger which was released on the German record label Blue Tunes Records. Along with releases on different compilations, Lauge & Baba Gnohm have released two EPs: Daybreak, on Soundmute, and Monolith, on Chillbase and the full length album "Langbortistan" on Altar Records.

    https://soundcloud.com/laugebabagnohm
    http://laugebabagnohm.bandcamp.com/
    http://www.facebook.com/LaugeBabaGnohm
  • Erik Wøllo & Marotta/Griesgraber Live Performance Review

    23 Nov 2005, 3:53 de larzofthenorth

    This is a retroactive show review since the gig was sometime during the summer ‘05. I never would have heard about this at all if not for a Spotted Peccary Records e-newsletter. A very rare U.S. “mini tour” for Erik Wøllo coming to the west coast of the U.S from Norway. Erik is one of the most dynamic composers in the industry. To me, his greatest skill appears to be linking together soaring electronic soundscapes and guitar leads to form a sonic maelstrom that defies description. His music is BIG, much like fellow Spotted Peccary label artist David Helpling though the two have different styles.

    The Little Fox Theater in Redwood City, California is a small but interesting venue. The bar was out of the sightlines of the stage so I sat dead center at a table up front and enjoyed a steady flow of Sierra Nevada Pale Ales at $4 a pop plus tip.

    Erik Wøllo blew me away on his first notes which I believe was Morning Dew from his latest disc “Blue Sky/Red Guitars.” He was joined by Jerry Marotta on drums and percussion for a few numbers. Jerry is an amazing musician and even though the two probably had not rehearsed extensively, they melded together perfectly. The variety of percussive instruments, intermixed with Erik’s synths and bleeding edge guitar work was everything I could have hoped for. Erik’s performance was much too short, something on the order of a half hour or so. I could easily have sat through two hours or more.

    One thing I found odd was that Erik came all this way from Norway and did not so much as acknowledge the audience, not a wave or a thank you. Maybe he is a shy fellow or is just very particular about his stage presence.



    Jerry Marotta can never be accused of being shy on stage.

    Jerry and Tom Griesgraber - Marotta/Griesgraber really jammed. For just two guys, a whole wall of sound was in your face.

    This was a rare opportunity to catch master chapman stick artist Tom Griesgraber. If you have never seen the chapman stick in action, take note, it exemplifies versatility, especially in a live amplified performance where it is the only instrument aside from drums and percussion. What is amazing about the stick is it’s ability to cover bass lines, guitar-like progressions as well as synthesizers in overlapping tandem. You can rig up whatever effects you want and in Tom’s case, he certainly has put the time in to become one of the best out there using delay, flange among various other various pedal effects

    Jerry Marotta is no stranger to performing with a stick artist. He is one of Tony Levin’s long time band members. As a session and touring drummer, Jerry has also been tapped by such greats as Peter Gabriel, Elvis Costello, Tears for Fears among many others over the years. You can check out Jerry’s studio at jersville.com.

    Jerry is one of those masterful drummers and that can make something out of nothing, step in on the turn of a dime and blow you away with his precision timing. The two of them created moods and tangents that kept the wheels turning in my head and the rhythm in my bones in motion for the full 45 minute performance.

    I also bought their collaboration CD “Waking the Day” at the show and listened to it on the ride home. I have given it several spins and it has held up over time. There are a few standout tracks but overall, it does not compare to their masterful live sound.

    Unfortunately I would not expect these guys to tour very often, if ever again. However, you can catch Tom live in Balboa Park in San Diego. Catch Jerry Marotta wherever you can, probably in the Tony Levin Band.

  • Tangerine Dream, Napa California 2012

    15 Jul 2012, 5:53 de larzofthenorth

    One of my all-time favorites finally returned to the U.S for a tour. I last saw Tangerine Dream at Radio City Music Hall in New York City in 1988. Twenty-something years later, the performance in Napa, CA on July 13th 2012 came to fruition. I was eagerly looking forward to seeing TD in concert for several weeks prior to the performance. I knew it would be much different from the last time. What I remembered from 1988 was a subdued performance. Just three guys sitting at large consoles. The drums were programmed, everything sounded production quality. I may as well been listening to a recording. It was still enjoyable, just underwhelming.

    Though, Tangerine Dream has always seemed at their best when generating production quality music. In fact, I discovered them by chance when I was a teenager in 1980-something, watching a movie called "Thief". I could not get enough of them after that and TD was more than generous in their releasing far too much music I could keep up with in the years since that time. They could span the spectrum from ambient to energetic, always pioneering new ways of tapping into electronic byways that seemed fresh and inspiring. Their sound is deep and powerful. Nothing really compares. You can cite Kraftwerk or perhaps Klaus Schulze as fellow old school Berlin peers but neither comes close to anything Tangerine Dream has done. Nobody does, They are a genre unto itself.

    This 2012 tour has to be their last hurrah in the U.S. Edgar Froese is showing his age. He can still play instruments extremely well but now in late 60's, he hobbles and his voice sounds like he has one foot in the grave. Maybe he was just tired or maybe he smokes cigarettes. He looked and sounded like wanted to check out by the end of this performance.

    To his credit, Edgar has finally succeeded in forging an actual band rather than simply three guys who can compose music really well. This 2012 band truly delivers a signature TD quality sound but also a distinctive live sound. In years past, TD has been pretty much a three man unit. That was their trademark. There was even a point when Edgar made the horrible decision to let his son Jerome join. TD was then a two-man outfit. Jerome Froese is a perfect example that musical genes are not inherited. He has very limited ability, certainly nowhere anywhere near approaching the talent level of his father Edgar. He also resembles Ozzy Osbourne's daughter on a bad hair day. I would not have gone to this show if he was still involved in TD.

    Thankfully, every musician Edgar employed for this tour was top shelf. TD used an array of instruments to really ratchet things up. Flute, didgeridoo, bongos, violin, saxophone all made for a good mix of sound. The background graphics were excellent, probably the best I have seen at any show. The guitar was shredding, the drumming relentless. There was only one 10-15 minute stretch out of the two and a half hours they played that was TD's regressed, lullaby style. The bulk of tracks kept things moving at a mesmerizing pace. There was very little fluff other than the short stretch of lullaby.

    I would say it was well over 70% older crowd, 40's and 50's and up. It was also nowhere near sold out and the venue was small. Probably around 200 people in attendance, maybe 250.

  • DEEPGOA Interstellar Stream 31

    28 May 2014, 5:29 de deepgoa

    from our dsnetwork kitchen // lazy sunday music
    a journey between downtempo, rock, indie, pop & electronic beats
    listen n relax
    selected, mixed & served by dg
    peace n love

    https://soundcloud.com/deepgoa/interstellar-stream-31

    Thievery Corporation - Holographic Universe
    Yello - The Expert (Original)
    UKO - Sunbeams
    Tito & Tarantula - When You Cry
    Pink Floyd - The Wall (Disco Tech edit)
    York - Bye Bye Baby - Chillout Mix
    Yasmin Gate Feat. Douglas McCarthy - Lips (Nomenklatur Remix) (Space Factory 2010)
    Moonlight Breakfast - Hello
    Adulture & Automatic - Paper Cat (Bit Funk Remix)
    Thievery Corporation - Satyam Shivam Sundaram (Govinda remix)
    The Blue Hammock - Break It
    Tame Impala Solitude Is Bliss (Time and Space Machine Remix)
    Timax Ft. Willy Wonder - Funky Brasilia (Original)