Yasume was formed in late 2001 by John Twells (aka Xela) and Gabriel Morley (aka Logreybeam). After successfully completing a remix for Metamatics, they decided to carry on collaborating and have finished an album, "Where We're From the Birds Sing a Pretty Song", named for a line in a dream sequence in David Lynch's seminal tv series "Twin Peaks." The sound is somewhere between the choppy digital crunch of Miami's Schematic label and the hazy dreamlike melodic quality of 'Twin Peaks' composer Angelo Badalamenti.
Founded in the early 90s, Saddar Bazaar is a stoney-free acid folk combo from Bristols (UK) hugely inspired by the heavenly harmonies of indian droning raga. They released their first album back in 1995. This first effort provides a dynamic mixture of fuzzing acid rockin' chords and effervescent raga scales. The following albums will stress the absolute entranced acoustic aspect of their musical signature. Gorgeous, repetitive and ritualistic.