Nik Weston - Nik Weston Presents Sakura Aural Bliss (Limited Edition Vinyl Sampler) mp3 album
Some were excellent, and some were totally forgettable; Sakura Aural Bliss, thankfully, falls into the excellent category. If someone hasn't experienced electronica's softer side, this CD could easily make him/her a convert. From Takayuki Shiraishi to Cosmic Village to Electric Sheep - from downtempo to chillout to ambient - all of these artists paint an attractive picture of Japanese electronica. Many of the tracks have a definite jazz influence; Grooveman Spot's "Voyage the Sky," for example, is loosely based on Herbie Hancock's "Maiden Voyage. However, artists like Grooveman Spot and Calm do show how nicely jazz overtones can work in an electronica setting. Sakura Aural Bliss is, without question, one of the strongest and most memorable electronica compilations of 2003.
Home Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul . Kriztal US. Nik Weston/Various. Format: mixed CD Cat: KRICD 3017 Released: 05 Mar 04 Genre: Broken Beat/Nu Jazz.
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Sakura Aural Bliss contains some warm, summery music, with some ultra-cool beats to back the velvet keyboard sounds. It's more than simply music to wallow in though, with the Brazilian tinges of Calm's 'Dubbing For The Nature', the funked-up tracks from Sunaga T Experience and Watusi, and the darkly atmospheric 'Amniotic' from Electric Sheep. As we move more into deep house towards the end of the disc there's a great track from Calm again (the charmingly titled 'Sketch On Banana Paper') and a piano-led houser from Chari Chari
Nik Weston Presents Sakura Aural Bliss. Release group by Various Artists. Nik Weston Presents Sakura Aural Bliss. US. Kriztal Entertainment.
HIDDEN ERROR: Usage of "Died" is not recognizedHIDDEN ERROR: Usage of "Born" is not recognized. Based out of London, UK, he was from the late 1990s to 2007 a key player in the promotion and distribution of Japanese recording artists and their releases outside of the country, as part of the late 1990s into 2000s revival in the jazz dance, soul-jazz and electronic Japanese music scene. He is a keen advocate of the vinyl record format. Nik Weston first entered the London dance music scene in 1994, when he started the club night Phony. He and two other friends then started a club night in Soho called Mukatsuku in 1997.
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|A1||–Calm||Above The Cloud|
|A2||–Grooveman Spot||Voyage The Sky (Grooveman Spot Remix)
Remix – Grooveman Spot
Written-By – Takuya Yanagihara*
- Compiled By – Nik Weston
NotesTaken From the CD only album:
"Nik Weston Presents Sakura Aural Bliss".
A1 & B1: P+C - Lastrum Corporation
A2: P+C - Diapason Music
B2: P+C - copywrite controlled.