Filed under: News, Releases | Tags: Album Of The Week, Ben Beiny, Bersarin Quartett, Digitonal, Field Rotation, Fluid Audio, Halogen, Hol Baumann, Hope, iambic, ishq, James Murray, Playb, Snakestyle, Various Artists - Hope
We are pleased to announce that ‘Hope’ is now available in Digipak format from the Fluid Audio web site.
Digital release will follow on 29th June available in all formats from the Fluid Audio digital store.
We thank you for your patience and support and hope that you will enjoy the album.
A big thanks goes out to all the artists involved in the project, and to those that helped make the release possible x
Fluid Audio kick starts it’s catalogue with ‘Hope’, a compilation sprawling across 13 tracks from established artists, Digitonal, Hol Baumann, Ishq, Bersarin Quartet and James Murray, as well as up and coming producers, Field Rotation, Iambic, Snakestyle, Playb, Halogen and Ben Beiny.
As suggested by its title, ‘Hope’, embodies a concept of positivity and the alleviation of strife “through the creative translation of emotion into sounds sent to soothe [and] images formed to inspire”. Artists were asked to create compositions that reflected their interpretation of the term Hope, producing varied yet cohesive results with a profound resonance. 50% of the profits are donated to Toybox, a charity providing aid, shelter and support for homeless children in Latin America, the majority of which are estimated a life expectancy of around four years on the street.
Coupling all of this with the CD’s bespoke artwork and carbon neutral manufacture provides a consumable and tangible product that serves to aid a constructive cause through the medium of music.
Filed under: News, This Month's Favs | Tags: Bersarin Quartett, Digitonal, Emanuele Errante, Helios, Hol Baumann, James Murray, Juxta Phona & Offthesky, Marconi Union, Mike Sheridan, Top 10 albums for 2008, Vataff Project
At the beginning of December we asked 50 random Fluid Radio subscribers to send us there top 10 albums for 2008. This is the results…
Filed under: Artist Mixes | Tags: Ben Beiny, Bersarin Quartett, Cantaloup, Deaf Centre, Digitonal, Electroacoustic, ESK, Fluid, Helios, Melorman, Phuture Frequency, Playb
I finally got round to creating a short mix for Phuture Frequency web site.
It focuses on some of my favourite electroacoustic tracks of the moment.
Filed under: This Month's Favs | Tags: bluetech, Digitonal, Halogen, Helios, Hibernation, Kaya Project, Kilowatts & Vanek, Marconi Union, motionfield, Mystical Sun
Bluetech returns with his first new material since 2005. After splitting his musical expression into multiple aliases, Phoenix Rising marks his return to eclectic, ecstatic, and emotional electronic music, and exists as a precursor to an expansive album entitled the Divine Invasion coming early 2009 on Aleph Zero Records.
Filed under: Reviews | Tags: Album Of The Week, Digitonal, Save Your Light For Darker Days
Producer and instrumentalist Andy Dobson has been writing and performing music as Digitonal since the late 90s. It wasn’t until a chance meeting with Egyptian session violinist Samy Bishai in a basement studio in Tooting, however, that the outfit’s collision of cinematic atmosphere, AI-era-Warp electronica and classically-influenced beauty fully took shape.