Civilization has been destroyed by war and pollution, but the survivors have built the last city of Ecoban. As most natural resources have been exhausted, Ecoban is powered by pollution. The citizens of Ecoban need to continue creating this pollution leading them into conflict with the inhabitants of Marr while one man just wants to clear away the clouds and see the sky
Far from being a collection of second-rate unfinished songs, B-sides, and live tracks that didn't make the cut because they were subpar, Young, Guitar Days is a treasure trove of 20 terrific gems from Steve Forbert's early-'80s years that sounds as fresh and inspired as anything he's released. Not only a treat for established fans, there is also enough great music here to convince even newcomers of his remarkable talents. The singer/songwriter's voice and approach have changed little over the course of his career, so these songs – all of which originate from the early '80s – sound like recent recordings.
As we find ourselves at the start of a summer season sure to relieve us of any remaining winter cold and rainy days, you better get ready for some serious chill time. Get yourself a few ice-cold margaritas, set up your lounge chair in the perfect spot, and let the sun rays keep you warm as you enjoy some lovely music. The music of 'Armada Chill 2016' to be precise. Completing the ultimate chill experience, 'Armada Chill 2016' has no less than 40 (39 on this Poland release) of the finest chill tunes of the moment at its core. Ranging from laid-back compositions by Arty, Pablo Nouvelle, Rodg, Robin Schulz, and Wild Royal Coast to the distinct Deep House vibes of 16 Bit Lolitas, HRRSN, Jan Blomqvist, Sebastien, and Silience, this two-disc selection is all you need to really enjoy all that life is about.