A double-disc compilation of over two and a half hours of remixes, Auntie Aubrey's Excursions Beyond the Call of Duty, Pt. 1 includes Orb reworkings of well-known bands (Primal Scream, Erasure, Depeche Mode, Killing Joke) and more obscure acts (Keiichi Suzuki, Love Kittens). Several mixes sound a bit dated, and the scattershot quality of the set can distract listeners, but the inclusion of several epiphanous moments (Material's "Praying Mantra," Primal Scream's "Higher Than the Sun," and Sun Electric's "O'Locco") makes the album worthwhile for fans.
Beyond These Voices is the Nick Malcolm Quartet’s second CD release in three years. Trumpeter Malcolm has recruited some of the key figures of a new generation of UK musicians working across a shifting, frequently invisible, boundary of composed and improvised music. Seven of the nine tracks are Malcolm compositions, the others are improvised pieces (one by Malcolm and bassist Olie Brice, one by pianist Alexander Hawkins and drummer Mark Whitlam).
With their new full-length album "Faint" Beyond Sensory Experience are back revisiting ghosts of the past to create memories of the future. Eleven divergent studies of transformation elements result in BSE’s most complete and intriguing album to date; full of liquid dark ambient soundscapes, salient samples and entrancing melodies. Hold your breath and close your eyes, when winter turns to water, day turns to Faint.
Live And Beyond is the first, live album by Eric Johnson's side-project Alien Love Child. Released October 24, 2000 and primarily recorded at a three night stand in January 2000 at Antone's Blues Club in Austin, this album has captured the live context and mastery of an Eric Johnson show.
With production by Eric Johnson and Richard Mullens and explicit mastering by Bernie Grundman, this album reveals the textural layers provided by Bill Maddox (drums) and Chris Maresh (bass). Eric Johnson redefines the live standard of modern guitar playing, clinching signature tone and universal musical ability.
"Debuted in 1976 as “Keiichi Suzuki with Moonriders” with the album Hinotama Boy (“Fireball Boy”). Moonriders was formed as a band in which all 6 members were also both songwriters and producers. Constantly incorporating new sound and technology, they produce cutting-edge new works. Their various experimental directions during live performance have also had a great influence on others. In 2005, they launched their own label, Moonriders Records, which continues to release new musical works."