The Ibiza based DJ, producer and resident at the Atzáro Club Ibiza, OHM-G, also mixed and compiled the 3rd double compilation of Atzaró – Soundscapes Vol. 3. OHM-G, also known under his alias Gutbrod, released many albums like, „Future Ballads”, “Pop Art”, „Moments“ and between all the other great musicians summarized on this double album as there are Chris Zippel, Alphawezen, Jean F. Cochois, moodorama, Nima Gorji, Terry Lee Brown Junior, Gorge or Roberto Rodriguez. You also will find some of the latest works of Ohm-G amongst this absolutely high quality list of artists. So lay back and listen to this very warm collection of summer flavoured lounge tracks.
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Even if you hear his productions after some time again, you will always find something new and surprising. Easily and neatly, he moves between spheric sounds of excellent electronic music, experimental, and classic elements. And he is familiar with all of them. He mixes different styles in a unique way to create the unmistakable OHM-G sound. He plays spanish tunes and guitar duos as well as tribal voices and dubby reggae. In Spring 2011, he starts his own label “Eivissabeat” on which you can find the remastered re-releases of his albums “Nothing To Lose” (1999), “Future Ballade” (2001), “Moments” (2005), “Can Pardalet” (2006), “Feelings” (2008) as well as his new productions (for example his new album “Hulectric Soul”) and artistalbums like the new album from “Green Rabbit”.
Taken from the single: Prophet Is A Fool
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LoZee,* alias Raphael Zweifel: his debut record, of 14 songs, “Tell It To The Sea”, takes you into a world of amorous hope and of sunsets and questions, in songs of peace and melancholy about the blue planet. His unique vocal timbre is a delicate counterpoint to this classically trained cellists, piano, guitar, and, of course, his cello sounds. LoZee brings together jazz harmonies and solid songwriting, using traditional and classical voicing, and musical dynamics that have no direct comparison.
Having lived in Barcelona and Paris “Tell it to the sea” is a musical journey through musical dreams about a summer soul sister in “But you” — “… what it means to me, when you open your eyes.” Sleepwalking through town, in “Moonshine,” trying to comprehend the meaning of time, “…The years passed by so incredibly fast, … the time made out of tales.” Or questioning power and the environment in “Blind,” “The Kyoto protocol could help us all, but there is a big country that quit the call. Are they blind, so blind?”
Musical cosmopolitics: “Tell it to the sea” was recorded in Paris, Brooklyn, and Barcelona, in collaboration with musical friends, Peter Scherer, Caspar St. Charles, Jessica Custer, Gorka Prieto, and many others. And having toured and recorded with bands like “Die Toten Hosen” and “Glashaus”, LoZee feels naturally at home on small stages as well big ones.
The video “Blind” was directed by Hella Wenders. The song is about politics and saving the planet!
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