As you can see in my posts since few months, it’s a secret to nobody, i like the project mooncircle artists. With this new album, Pavel Dovgal proves that he’s one of the most talented producer of this label.
Violin is create an atmosphere of anxiety, agitation, and emptiness at composition. But at the same time, we can clearly observed depth, independence and freedom in it. At times, sounding becomes to a mass of technogenic, sometimes it contains motifs of ancient Persia.
According to an artist, to create compositions he was inspired by sense of loneliness, hopelessness and splashes of freedom.
The album has worked by the whole team of musicians, actors and artists. JohnLaMonica has added his rich voice in album. Full color and atmosphere with violin and strings gave us Philip Saulin of "Synergy Orchestra". He also provides a visual picture of what is happening around us. The author of the song Jesu Song was Sergei Verhovski.
Graciela Maria and Robot Koch are also worked on a song.
Bedouin is a person who leads a nomadic way of liferegardless of his nationality or religion. The freedom and independence. That is the philosophy of the author wanted to express.
"Every six lunar months – when Sun, Earth, and Moon are aligned – we experience a partial or total lunar eclipse that can be observed anywhere on the night side of Earth. Lunar eclipses can only occur at full moon, that time when the moon is directly opposite Earth in relation to the Sun. Many ancient civilizations cultivated a multitude of myths surrounding these astronomic events, most of them depicting wild animals or mystical creatures eating the moon or crossing it’s path. Tibetan Buddhists say that during a lunar eclipse, our actions, whether good or bad, are multiplied one thousandfold, whereas, in ancient egypt, a lunar eclipse was considered to be the precursor of natural disasters, catastrophes, wars, and diseases and the biggest possible harm would be cast upon the earth if Isfet, the manifestation of the total eclipse and god of injustice and violence, would make the sky fall onto Earth and therefore bring chaos upon it."
Volume 1 is still available here
"We feel there are huge similarity’s between the Avant-Garde/Free Jazz movement of the 50′s & 60′s & the beat movement of Today. As both movements attempted to break down, extend & alter the conventions of their original genres (Jazz & Hip Hop) & were never afraid to experiment & improvise to create something that wasn’t accepted commercially at the time.
This compilation is a dedication to American jazz pianist, organist, harpist and composer Alice Coltrane. "
You probably ever heard Ghislain Poirier (ninja tunes) and you know his skills as a tropical bass producer. But don’t forget that he hasn’t always produced some tropical bass. With this project under Boundary’s name, he’s back with an album which mix atmospheric beats, IDM and ambient. If you still had doubts on Poirier’s efficiency, that album will prove you that you were wrong.