Finally it is here - the eagerly awaited third Bluetech album on Aleph Zero - The Divine Invasion. Three years in the making, The Divine Invasion offers an irresistible mix of spacey dubby beats, dreamy atmospheres and unique compositions. The same irresistible mix that made the New York Times label Bluetech as “one of the best ambient artists” following the release of his previous album - Sines and Singularities.
In The Divine Invasion, Bluetech, a master of downtempo electronica, goes deeper and farther into new uncharted territories. From his distinct mellow oceanic ambience, emerge playful complex sound games and subtle yet sweeping currents of emotion, amalgamating into wordless songs. Bluetech is a master in the art of creating danceable music full of ambience and ambient music that makes you dance, as The Divine Invasion perfectly proves.
Hosted here are electronic music pioneers Mirror System (aka System 7), progressive trance dancefloor masters Ace Ventura and Lish, and Aleph Zero’s own Eitan Reiter.
Evan Bluetech has long established himself as one of the leading artists in the downtempo and chillout world. Operating for years out of the west coast of America, and recently moving to Hawaii, Bluetech has been spreading his unique vision of downtempo electronica, combining dubby beats with his distinct spacey atmosphere, and sublime melodies. Classically trained on the piano for public performing, Evan deviated from the traditional structure of classical music and being to relearn the instrument from an energetic and tonal perspective. This resulted in his interpretation of nature's expression of being, establishing a playing style that is dronal ambient, downtempo and improvisational. Inspired by the possibilities of telling musical stories through tone and rhythm transaction and by the emerging chill out scene in the early 90’s, he began to compose music with electronic instruments.
Bluetech has behind him already few successful albums and many tracks on compilations from many respected labels around the world. He collaborated with leading artists such as Shulman, Pitch Black & Steve Hillage (System 7, Gong). His latest album, Sines and Singularities, was a huge success, topping the downtempo charts and receiving amazing reviews world wide including the New York Times, who dubbed Bluetech as ‘one of the best ambient artists’. Bluetech has established a reputation all around the world during extensive touring for bringing a high energy charge to downtempo music. His sets give space for relaxation and movement as well as injecting cosmic funky dub into the dancefloor.