Featuring 13 audiophile produced tracks by outstanding artists of Europe's No.1 Instrumental Music Label: Innovative Communication. You will not be dissappointed. If you look for lovely music to accompany you on your sunny holiday or maybe you look for mood-music.
Meridian Dream is a collaboration between Steve Rawlings, former vocalist for Danse Society, and Rae DiLeo, guitarist/songwriter for Golden Dawn and an independent producer and engineer. The album "How About Now", described as "Transcendental Ambient Trance Music" was recorded in May, 1995 in Santa Monica, California USA, and issued by Visible Records that same year.
Music For Film And Exhibition (2007). Peter Andersson from the Cold Meat Industry act Raison D’etre presents his sound work for film and exhibition, spanning through the years 1999 to 2006. Peter has been working on several film and exhibition projects, some of these projects never went to final completion but the music was composed in almost all the cases. Music for Film and Exhibition presents a broad spectrum of the sounds and music capabilities of Peter Andersson and those familiar with any of his different music projects including Raison D’etre, Necrophorus, Atomine Elektrine, Bocksholm etc. will most probably enjoy this double album very much…
#9 Dream is the German duo of Helmut Zerlett and Walter Dahn from the label "Recycle or Die", known for groundbreaking music in the ambient/electronic field. Five rhythmic tracks are divided into two parts with a prelude, an interlude and a postlude. "Play Garden", "The Red of Fire" and "Summer Offering" are a bit catchier and rhythmic than the following long pieces "Letter in Three Parts" and "La Lune De Miel". As with earlier releases the soundscape is devoid of silly vocal samples and space synthesizer effects. The tracks are soft and in a curious way organic while the feel is very close to "Archaic Modulation" with the added spice of acoustic instruments.