- Out in December, the record features the likes of Bedouin Ascent, Move D and Mark Hollander.
Music From Memory has detailed its 50th record.
Virtual Dreams: Ambient Explorations In The House & Techno Age, 1993-1997 is the first installment of a new series focused on ambient music produced in the mid-'90s. The tracks span a wide spectrum of ambient music, all created during a pivotal era when house and techno producers were testing the limits of the evolving genre. The likes of producers David Moufang (AKA Move D), Bedouin Ascent, Richard H. Kirk, LFO and Mark Hollander appear on the compilation, which was compiled by label head Jamie Tiller.
Due out on December 18th, the album will be available on triple-vinyl and double-CD.
Previous Music From Memory compilations include an album exploring rare Brazilian music from 1984 through 1996, which was released last year. Another, Uneven Paths, had a focus on European pop music of the '80s.
Earlier this year, Music From Memory also launched a new series focused on music made for theatre and dance.
Pre-order the new compilation here.
Watch the music video for "Sergio Leone's Wet Dream."
A1 MLO – Birds And Flutes
A2 Pulusha – Isolation (Part Two)
A3 Space Time Continuum - Fluresence
B1 David Moufang – Sergio Leone's Wet Dream
B2 LA Synthesis – Frozen Tundra Dub
C1 Richard H. Kirk – Oneski
C2 A Positive Life - The Calling (Loved'Ub Mix)
D1 Sideral - Mare Nostrum
D2 Primitive Painter - Levitation
D3 Sun Electric - Love 2 Love
E1 LFO - Helen
E2 Dubtribe Sound System - Sunshine's Theme (Sunshine's Remix)
E3 Human Mesh Dance - ∞
F1 Link - Arcadian (Global Communication Remix)
F2 The Arc - Orphic Mysteries
F3 Bedouin Ascent - Joyriding III
Music From Memory will release Virtual Dreams: Ambient Explorations In The House & Techno Age, 1993-1997 on December 18th, 2020.