Dutch Space Mission :
Live at E-Live 2008 (2CD)

On this live album, recorded in the Netherlands on 11 October 2008 at E-Live, 
Dutch Space Mission takes the listeners on a journey never done before.
It was their first live performance, remastered directly from the soundboard 
recording made with a digital audio recorder. The bonus track "Empty Spaces" 
is recorded live at Smokescreen Studio on 24 October.


Tracks ...
CD1
1. Set 1  42.25
2. Set 2 part 1 
35.14
CD2
1. Set 2 part 2 
10.30
2. Set 3 
31.37
3. Empty Space (bonus) 
33.35


This is a 2CD set packaged in a double DVD case
and complete with a full colour little inner 'booklet'
This album is also available as an MP3 download 
and a lossless FLAC download at MusicZeit

        

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Questions ?


Dutch Space Mission MySpace Page
        
You can also listen to extracts on the MusicZeit page


Reviews ....

While out exploring the aural universe one would be most fortunate to come in contact 
with Dutch Space Mission (Epple E. Hulshof and Bert Hülshoff). Their floating electronic 
cosmos-scapes will cause the light years to pass quickly and the inter-stellar sights to 
be all the more wondrous to the traveler. Each of the four compositions on their live 
recording E-Live 2008 (153' 21") begin very quietly. The duo may just be testing out 
their gear but more likely they are helping the audience align with the rhythm of space. 
The ethereal slow dance of tones nearly dissolves into glowing light as a thousand 
shards of spinning sounds go tinkling upward. Their lush abstract space narrows 
under rising sequencer patterns as motor-like rhythms steadily gain momentum 
and extend this voyage into tonal regions. Above echoing synchronization, calm 
lead melodies wind out. With realizations similar to, but somewhat more raw in 
execution than their fellow countrymen and space brothers Free System Projekt, 
Dutch Space Mission's elliptical voyages conclude where they began - in tumultuous 
layers of swirling sound. Like whispers in space their music leaves as much to the 
imagination as it reveals.

Chuck van Zyl / Star's End / 26 March 2009