This 3 x CD concept album contains exclusively produced soundscapes from 26 artists/projects from 10 countries, all inspired by the relationships and interactions between mankind, environment and sound over the seas and continents. "Nekton Falls" is the scientific term used to describe the process of dead sea organisms dropping to the bottom of the ocean, rotting and eventually turning into food for a new generation. Well-known ambient artists like Mick Harris aka Lull, Mathias Grassow, members of Kapotte Muziek, and young talents transformed into music their experiences of how eating habits influence an artist. Special interludes were conceived for each track, combining them all into an uninterrupted stream of music.
The first Planet Dog compilation, released in America on Mammoth, is an intriguing collection of psychedelic ambient-dub, with representative label acts like Banco de Gaia and Eat Static appearing alongside special guests like the Drum Club, Pressure of Speech and System 7 (who contribute a remix of their "Habibi"). Even though a few of the other producers are a bit obscure, even Tuu, Ullulators and Optic Eye turn in solid, dubby tracks.
Deep Green was a media event featuring ambient, dub and transglobal/world music, originating from the renowned ‘Organic Tea Garden’ in ‘The Green Futures Field’ at ‘Glastonbury Festival’, ‘The Kingston Green Fair’, and the ‘Big Green Gathering’. This CD was digitally mixed and edited at Dat Studios by Solar Quest using only the sun as a power source. The original sessions for the five Solar Quest tracks (previously unreleased) on this CD were also recorded using solar power. Deep Green worked closely with the visionary American painter Alex Grey and the jacket from this CD features a detail from his celebrated painting ‘Praying’, which is also the cover of Greys acclaimed book ‘Sacred Mirrors’.
Solar Quest, Deep Space Network, Spacetime Continuum, Banco De Gaia and more.
10 CD Wallet Box of the greatest voices in Opera including Maria Callas, Rosa Ponselle, Kirsten Flagstad, Lotte Lehman, Enrico Caruso, Giuseppe Stefano, Benjamino Gigli, Lauritz Melchior, Richard Tauber and Tito Gobbi.