Monday, May 2, 2016

Various Artists - Interplanetary Materials (2004)

  • Alternative rock 
  • Art pop 
  • Experimental pop 
  • Leftfield 
  • Avant-garde 
  • Space age pop 
  • Indie 
  • Psych-pop
  • Parody 
  • Space pop 
  • Drone pop 
  • Electronic 
  • Exotica pop 
  • Post-classical 
  • Indie rock 
  • Sampledelic 
  • Deep house 
  • Spoken world
  • Mood music

Comment: Ladies and gentlemen! We are floating in space! Ehh…where exactly is that place we are going to fly and maybe even conquer. There exists inner space additionally to Outer Space, which are seamlessly related to each other – the first one is subjugated to the latter or at least being a minor, intangible part of it. The musicians around the world have explored and tried to chart the inner limits of our more or less subliminal psyche at different times. Furthermore, the term “space” is being frequently related to something, which could be described as “with-it, cutting-edge” because the human being has had not enough power to date to reach more distant cosmic objects and bigger distances in Outer Universe though the desire to do it existed already long ago. However, the legendary imprint Comfort Stand Recordings put it into practice through music, through a set of 2 hours and 35 minutes that it is a blissful blend of diverse styles that works out like a tremendous maelstrom, which in turn involves an innumerable amount of special universes in the nexus of it. And so on until one’s brain will explode. More profoundly, those sonorous seeds within it are witty, clever, arousing, grandeur, at times very funny and even buffoonish, blissful and…otherworldly. Because of that I feel by myself the whole fairly dignifies me and inspires respect against people, beasts and the Almighty Creator. And of course, it is culturally and narratively important because of embracing many hints at essential space-related things. Last but not least there are represented such artists as big celestrial orchestre, Full Load Of King, R Stevie Moore, Ton Rückert, Gulag Picture Radio, Fortyone, Laze, Atton Paul, Lungbutter, Howard Ambient, Archbishop Jason Polland, The Pan-Galactic All Stars, sciflyer, Astrochimp, Weirdomusic, komafuzz, Lee Rosevere, Jan Turkenberg, AP3S, The Apartment, Nova Social, Dana Countryman, Bruce Lenkei, Wild Acoustic Chamber Orchestra, Mr. Fab, Eddie the Rat, LowLiFi, Jack Fetterman and the in Hi-Fi Music Direction, Seksu Roba, The Vivisectors, Lullabelle, Sascha Müller, The Lounge King Meets Monsieur Max, Inzah, and B.C Sterret w/Janae Olson.                                    
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