MP3 breath - Slow Down
Komplettes MP3 Album von breath
Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Chill-out music for people who actually want to chill-out; an ambient/downtempo bachelor-pad soundtrack.
Käufer, die sich für (DJ Cam Atjazz St Germain) interessieren sollten sich dieses Album anhören.
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The back of the CD says it all: "2 drinks of choice, 1 lover, 1 silver pill of slow jams (included). Stir, serve, chill."
This second release from the hermit-like artist breath ventures into vastly different territory than his first release, "Exhale", but without losing the depth and singular voice he commanded on the first release.
Where "Exhale" spit head-splitting drum-n-bass rhythms, this one does an about-face and explores the midnight-snacking of down-tempo/ambient tracks for the electronic head looking for a chill-out album that's ACTUALLY a chill-out album.
From an interview in UberTone, 2001: "...Very zen-like for someone who's songs average about 165-180 beats per minute (that's about 2-3 times as fast as anything on your local radio station).
The drum-n-bass impresario makes it all seem simple, as if anyone could do it.
"Well," he says, "creating is the most natural thing in the world. You just have to keep trying stuff until you find what your thing is, then run with it. That's what I did. There's a lot of unfinished comic books and football jerseys in my mother's basement somewhere." With one album doing fair business and a second (titled Slow Down) prepped for release, breath seems totally relaxed about the entire process, a machine typically known for grinding up the little guy in pursuit of fame and riches.
"If (record companies) treated (artists) more like they do authors - let me go off and create, then drop a product off on their doorstep and let them push it however they need to without videos and tours and what-not - I'd do it. I enjoy being in control of my life. What's better than not having to worry about punching a clock or answering to some tyrant with a budget? Nothing. The people who get my music were supposed to get my music. Everyone else will have to wait."