Filed under: This Month's Favs | Tags: Bersarin Quartett, bluetech, Deaf Center, Halogen, Hibernation, iambic, Ian Hawgood, Kaya Project, Mystical Sun, Sync24, Top Ten Albums
With some albums, you realise within a few seconds that here you have come across something really special. It is music that touches you straight away. Music that is important, that has a story to tell – and that manages to do so without even a single line of lyrics…
Filed under: Reviews | Tags: Aleph Zero Records, Hibernation, Morpheus Music, Seb Taylor, Some Things Never change
Deeply chilled electronic instrumentals. Some Things Never change is a powerfully immersive experience of multi-coloured electronica, lush sound collaging and imaginative downtempo beats. Literally brimming with a wide variety of synthetic sounds, liquid effects and a generous scattering of glitchy percussives, Hibernation comes across as a highly detailed, many-hued construction that somehow manages at the same time to convey an inviting sleepy effortlessness.
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: Interviews | Tags: Aleph Zero Records, Angel Tears, Hibernation, Interchill Records, interview, Kaya Project, Seb Tayloy
Q: Hi Seb.. Can you tell us a little about yourself?
A: I was born in Cambridge, UK. I have quite a few musical AKA’s…..I guess the most active of which are/have been Kaya Project, Digitalis, Shakta, Angel Tears & Hibernation. There is also Foxglove, Subterfuge, Chaos by Design, Biotone, Radiate….er…& some other lesser known names.