Dreamhub | Moments in Space

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Moments in Space

by Dreamhub

Space ambient music at its best. Lush pads, modest occasional beats, dreamy arps and deep drones making the listener drift away into outer space.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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1. Into Orbit
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2. Zero Gravity
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3. Orion
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4. Terra
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5. Crab Nebula
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6. Quasars
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7. Andromeda
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8. Galaxias
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9. Cassiopeia
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10. Messier 82
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
From Earth Mantra:

"With Moments in Space, Dreamhub has produced a collection of utterly divine ambient space music. In fact, the word "cosmic" is particularly appropriate. Spanning over seventy minutes across ten tracks, there is a depth and sophistication to this album that really makes it stand out, some of the most tasteful and well considered space music we have heard in some time. Despite creating very tonal compositions, very light and melodic, he somehow keeps the music completely fresh and with a very distinctive point of view. Remarkably well done.

Kim reports that his inspiration for this CD was "... definitely what you would call 'deep space'. I had a very certain feeling that it was time for me to follow a somewhat slightly darker and a bit more mysterious path than in my previous releases. Also, the more I dived into the sonic universe I created, the more I got hypnotized into actually being in a specific place out there and it just kept on inspiring me. However I constantly find myself using not purely electronic sounds - I always need this organic feel to it - a bit of grit, soul and that uncertain nature-influence."

Thematically, the music on Moments in Space very much represents the title, each piece an impression or snapshot of a particular aspect of space travel, at least as envisioned by Kim. Into Orbit launches the listener on their way, while Zero Gravity evokes weightlessness through the space between the sounds. The remaining tracks are snapshots of various places encountered during the journey, from our own little blue planet, to distant galaxies, familiar constellations, and the thunderous black holes at the center of it all. Each piece does a superb job of reflecting these wonderous sights; indeed, this is a great album to listen to while sitting back in an easy chair with headphones while the mind is set free to visualize. However, be sure to pack your space suit before you embark ...

Earth Mantra is very proud to bring our listeners Moments in Space, the beautiful new album by Dreamhub. It is a magnificent journey through the cosmos, and one we think all of our listeners will enjoy immensely. Highly, highly recommended."

"Lovely sweeps and pads and atmospheres. Truly amazing and inspiring job from Dreamhub."

"Definitely getting deeper into this one with each subsequent listen. Gorgeous spacemusic with a lot of thought behind it. I keep coming back to this one to hear more."

"This really is space-ambient at its best: atmospheric, inspiring, and fun to listen to. The album has drifts, modest beats a là Carbon Based Lifeforms, and that great Schulze-esque analog sound. The album combines these three influences in a mature and restrained way."


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