ADIEMUS | AIRSCULPTURE | ALAN PARSONS PROJECT | ANCIENT FUTURE | GILA ANTARA/VOLKER KACZINSKY | APHEX TWIN | DAVID ARKENSTONE | MICHAEL ARMENIA | JAMES ASHER | PAUL BARAKA | MICHAEL BERKLEY | JACQUELYN BROWN | PETER BUFFET | WENDY CARLOS | SUSANNE CIANI | DAVOL | DEAD CAN DANCE | DEEP FOREST | CONSTANCE DEMBY | JIM DeVAULT | THOMAS DOLBY | SCOTT KUNGHA DRENGSEN | MARK DWANE | ENIGMA | BRIAN ENO | ENYA | FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD | LARRY FAST/SYNERGY | CHRISTOPHER FRANKE | DAVID FRIEDMAN | FUTURE SOUND OF LONDON | Artists from G to L
The Adiemus Unofficial Home Page is very well laid out and fairly easy to navigate. Full of information for any fan of what started out as the soundtrack music to a certain Delta Airlines advert.
When asked what kind of music they play Pete Ruczynski (firstname.lastname@example.org) replies, "most people say we're like mid to late 70's Tangerine Dream, although we prefer to think that we're doing something original but I guess it's the best way for people to get a grip on what to expect."
To find out more about their live performances and available recordings visit their web site at
http://www.roadkill.com/APP/Wesley Chun (email@example.com) has produced a very thorough APP discography at
http://www.ancient-future.com/The web site also has some MIDI files of African, Balinese, and Indian grooves specifically for use by other composers.
http://www.ancient-future.com/rhythm.htmland select Africa, Bali or India from the Where's the Beat menu.
Plans are also in the works to add some MIDI files of original compositions in the future. These days the band uses MIDI for composition and demo purposes, but then performs the material live in the studio for the records. For further information e-mail them at firstname.lastname@example.org
http://www.21stcentury.co.uk/music/profiles/james.htmas well as information about his most recent albums at:
Feet in the Soil http://www.wwmusic.com/newearth/rel/d9512.html Dance of the Light http://www.wwmusic.com/~music/newearth/rel/a9513.html Globalarium and The Great Wheel http://www.silverwave.com/asher.html Ocean of Stars http://www.21stcentury.co.uk/music/pages/ocean.htm
"Dramatic World Ambient Music, which does not sit comfortably in the confines of a single genre. It incorporates diverse influences from Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and India, blended with innovative electronic processing and sampling. Even with such a wide range of influences, the music is surprisingly organic and unified."
Michael's first cd Images from Earth - a history of ther planet through music was released January 1998 on his own label Numinous Records. You can find more information at
For information on Susanne's latest projects visit her new web site at
http://www.sevwave.com/or via email at Sevwave@aol.com.
http://csclub.uwaterloo.ca/u/sfwhite/dcd.htmlWhile DCD vocalist Lisa Gerrard has her own solo pages at
http://www.wbr.com/LisaGerrardAnd what aims to be the ultimate Dead Can Dance site has recently arrived at
http://www.hos.com/hos.htmlwhile Constance has a more in-depth home page at
Jim is a prolific electronic composer/musician from the Dallas, Texas area who has completed more than 15 album length cassettes, using varied musical styles from Rock to Ambient/Gothic to Electro-Pop and everything in between. In addition, he has recently been working with combining Native American Flute and electronic accompaniment.
His latest album The Gate to the Mind's Eye is the soundtrack to the third of Mirimar's "Mind's Eye" series of videos.
What makes this one special, is that all the animations run into each other telling a complete story with Thomas's music holding the whole work together. He now has his own very impressive web site, The Flat Earth Society "a hallowed institution - dedicated to the unfailing belief that contrary to the overwhelming evidence presented by the Pop Music Charts and the world's radio playlists."
SCOTT KUNGHA DRENGSEN
An ambient/world/new age bassist, with his web pages called Basscapes at
For loads of Eno related information there is an FAQ file and The Brian Eno web page both of which are mantained by Malcolm Humes (email@example.com) at
http://www.hyperreal.com/enoweb/Also further Eno/Harold Budd information can be found at the Gyroscope homepage
http://www.caroline.com/associated/gyroscopeInformation about Brian's latest venture, Generative Music 1, produced using SSEYO Koan software, can be found at
http://www.celts.dk/enya/main/main.html.htmThere is also a copy of the Enya FAQ at
Their lyrics come range from twelfth century poems, elizabethan madrigals, japanese haikkus to the present. Quite varied and unusual. Their homepage is at