galaxi and Indigo sync (atmosphusion sundays) ARCIVE NOW UP

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    Special guest once a month, first Sunday of the month. got some nice guests lined up. watch this space.


    From the deepest and coldest realms of space, there is a sound, a feeling and a style of music inside the mind of the producer and DJ known as Galaxi. It has been many years since the dwelling, meditation, and creation of his sounds. Inspirations include the genres: Ambient, Atmospheric Drum'n'Bass, Deep House, Trance, Downtempo, Experimental, includes the artists LTJ Bukem, Jimpster, ASC, Blame, many more to mention, and also includes more inspiration from abstract/cinematic scores of movies and video games.

    Galaxi represents the frequencies from deep space, planetary landscapes, synesthesic visions, and inner-feelings. Currently, he is working on new music, Dj'ing at numerous events across the globe, and also is producing as a duo with Tidal under the name 'Deep Gemini'. Pushing the sounds of the deep will bring forth only what the future holds.


    Indigo sync (first hour)

    01. JCB - Space and Time (Cadence Dub)
    02. Orange and Blue - Visitors (Cadence Dub)
    03. Source Direct - Secret Liaisons (good looking)
    04. Voyager – Apollo (good looking)
    05. Future Bound – The Ephemeris (Timeless Recordings)
    06. Omni Trio - who are you (aqua sky mix) (Moving shadow)
    07. Big bud - life line (looking good)
    08. Invisible man - Spiritual awareness. (Good looking)
    09. Seba - Valley of the Moomins. (Good looking)
    10. Orange and blue - The sentinel (Cadence Dub)

    Galaxi (second hour) :scr1pt:

    11. BassFlo - The Moon (Advection Music Dub)
    12. ASC - Cassini (CovOps Dub)
    13. Aquasion - This World (unsigned)
    14. Galaxi - Dreams of Orion (Advection Music Dub)
    15. BassFlo - Space Exploration (Advection Music Dub)
    16. ASC - Collision Course (CovOps Dub)
    17. Tidal - Sunken City (Advection Music Dub)
    18. Galaxi - BioSapien (unsigned)
    19. Kytel - Tales from the East (Advection Music Dub)
    20. Deep Gemini - Deep Sleep (unsigned)
    21. H.U.V.A. Network - Indigo Room (Ultimae)

    Bit rate: 192kps
    Length: 122:13
    Download link:

    Special Guest First Sunday of January 2009, STUNNA (Chicago) showcasing an atmospheric drum and bass set for Atmosphusion Sundays. BIG UP SIR.

    STUNNA :scr1pt: SUNDAY 4TH JANUARY 2009


    Hailing from the Windy City, STUNNA (aka JAY CAPPO) has been deeply
    immersed in the Chicago music scene for many years. Schooled in piano
    study from an early age, his love of jazz music turned him on to the
    sounds of HERBIE HANCOCK, especially his early-70's work with
    synthesizers and electronics. At the age of 12, Jay acquired a drum
    machine and an 8-bit sampling keyboard and began to experiment with the
    jazzier sounds he'd listened to and also with the current sounds of
    Chicago House that was at the time, in its formative years. A number of
    years were spent performing in bands on the keyboards and alongside DJs
    at parties. His discovery of Rap music and the walls of layered samples
    by groups such as PUBLIC ENEMY fascinated him and he made it his
    personal mission to dig and find the sources of these diverse sounds he
    was hearing. Jay realized that many of the current sounds within these
    layers were actually pieces from the jazz and funk he'd heard only a
    few years before. He was now hooked on the science of connecting his
    own sounds with various parts of music's funky past. He joined local
    Chicago funk bands and began working with House producers such as ROY
    DAVIS JR. in the mid-to-late 90's, playing keys and collaborating on
    original tracks and remixes. Around this time he began hearing more and
    more of the sped-up breakbeats of many of his favorite jazz-funk
    drummers that were now being used by Jungle and Drum+Bass producers.
    After accumulating many vintage synths and new studio gear, Jay delved
    into creating his own brand of D+B and locked himself in the studio.
    When he emerged, he'd written over 50 tracks and began DJing out to
    fine-tune his songs. Currently, Jay continues to work on D+B, promotes
    many shows around Chicago, tours with bands, DJ's around the world.

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