We are happy to invite you to visit again one of the classic psychedelic chillout albums of all times in Ooze - Where the Fields Never End : Revisited. Ooze is the downtempo and chillout project of Sebastian Mullaert, half of one of the major acts in electronic dancefloor music in the last decade, Minilogue (Cocoon Records), and also half of the leading psychedelic trance act Son Kite.
The original album was released in 2001 by the legendary (now inactive) Spirit Zone label and has been unavailable for many years. We are making it available now again and have added a second CD with current interpretations to the original tracks by leading artists such as Bluetech, Minilogue, Porn Sword Tobacco, Eitan Reiter, Koss, Evan Marc, KAB, Spatialize and Sebastian himself. Each CD offers a cohesive musical journey full of emotion and feel. And while very different they connect well together and give you a glimpse of the journey that Ooze, Aleph Zero and downtempo music have gone through in the decade that has passed.
Ooze is the downtempo and chillout project of Sebastian Mullaert, half of one of the major acts in electronic dancefloor music in the last decade, Minilogue, and also half of the leading progressive trance act Son Kite. Sebastian is one of the most prolific, creative and diverse musicians in electronic music in the last decade and a half. Besides the above mentioned projects, he also releases under his own name and was part of many other electronic music projects including IMPS, Dab Screen, Filur, Kooler, Trimatic & Qlap, releasing in many leading labels, among them: Cocoon Records, Mule
Electronic, Iboga Records, Digital Structures, Chillosophy, Traum Schallplatten, Baroque Records, Crosstown Rebels, Wagon Repair, Sprout Music, Enemy Records, Flying Rhino, Spirit Zone & Drangofly.
His music, under all of his monikers, is always full of feel and spirit, and it seems that with every listen another layer unfolds. In his creation he always seems to be searching for new directions, whether in his composing or in his production, and you canâ€™t escape the feeling that there is something very honest and self revealing about it.
Aleph Zero will be re-releasing the classic debut Ooze album, which was not available for a long time with a second CD with current interpretation and remixes from leading electronic musicians as Where the Fields Never End : Revisited on September 2012. The album will be preceded by the Dream Flash EP with a new Ooze track and a remix and followed by a compilation of singles, remixes and compilation tracks and new unreleased material, named Random Wondrous Things, in the end of 2012.