Onirico Stolen Moments

For more of this, you need to mine record label IRMA 's back catalogue. Starting with a suitably ostentatious intro, the 'Secret Doctrine' dips down to Onirico Stolen Moments loping synth riff before edging it's way along a tightrope of cool and trancey-kitsch with aplomb. Onirico Stolen Moments Music Hong Kong. Bliss out to 15 of the best tracks produced in that period below. The album was released on July 6,in Hong Kong.

In the earlys, house music was truly hitting its stride. The foundations had been laid by the Chicago and Detroit originals and the UK had made the genre commercially viable. It was a febrile time, helped by the increasing ease of access producers had to making tracks. Italy had already shown its fondness for American dance music, taking on disco with their own slightly warped productions.

Most importantly, it was Italo disco that helped encourage Americans to take on a more electronic approach to their dance music in the first place. So an Italian brand of house music was inevitable. The Italians had a natural flair for it. Armed with Korg M1s and Roland s, these producers stayed true to the American roots of the genre, spurning the English cannibalisation of the sound which eventually led to hardcore.

But rather than evoking the dark clubs of Chicago with the brand of house, the music was better suited to a Vespa ride long the Amalfi Coast, its dreamy qualities fuelling your summer endorphin rushes. Why did none of these artists break through into the dance music mainstream at the time? Hardly any released more than two records. All we have is a perfect snapshot in time of where these producers were at and what they were doing in a thriving scene.

Follow him on Twitter. Full disclosure, this was the track that opened up the world of Italian house to this scribe thanks to a Palms Trax set at Dekmantel , but where else could we possibly start? Don Carlos is just that; the don of Italian house music. His record 'Alone', a three-track EP on Calypso Records that featured the same tune blissed-out to various extents, was the Varese-born producer's debut. And what a way to introduce himself, arriving in a blaze of aquatic pads, twinkling arps, endless pianos and a bassline so consistent it feels like you're zooming along the mediterranean coast in anime form on the back of a vespa.

DFC , otherwise known as Dance Floor Corporation, were one of Italy's earliest labels looking to capitalise on the coming house and trance sound. Founded in they became a go-to for Balearic tracks that could seemingly only be enjoyed at the beach by dangerously tanned people wearing speedos. But listening back to Dreamatic's 'Audio Trip' courtesy of Young Marco 's ' Welcome To Paradise ' compilation, it sounds like a pleasurable listening experience for anyone.

From the rumbling bassline that producers clamour for on their soft synths, to the stacks and stacks of sparkling synths, 'Audio Trip' has aged like a fine wine and is a legitimate club weapon in Starting with a suitably ostentatious intro, the 'Secret Doctrine' dips down to a loping synth riff before edging it's way along a tightrope of cool and trancey-kitsch with aplomb. Thankfully the crew eased the astronomical prices on Discogs with their own reissue last year.

This jazzy, slowed down number is just what you need on the comedown as it's lighter than air. Even with a slightly-acidic bass line coming through, it still feels like a song that would get your grandma up on her feet and raving. For some reason, releasing records under multiple aliases was the thing to do in Italy. It was hard to get attached to one artist because you didn't know if they'd make music under that name again. Instead the music all joined together under a big green, white and red branch, with tracks remembered by label and name rather than artist.

You wouldn't know it but Agua Re also made tunes under Kamasutra see below , one a quintessential Italian dream house track and the bottom one a five-star deep house tune. You wonder how far they could have gone if they retained the same alias. This track has much more in common with the artist title than the track title. Alex Neri and Marco Baroni once again join forces to come up with this stonking deep house masterpiece that transports you to places you never knew existed. Six versions of this track spanning the colours of the rainbow were made for this release on Italo disco label OUT, but we've plumped for the Blue Sky mix.

Several non-single tracks also entered the chart that same week, briefly appearing in the lower half of the chart, before dropping out the next week. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Prudence Liew. Retrieved Stolen Moments Media notes. Liew, Prudence. Universal Music Hong Kong. Sky Music Hong Kong. Albums discography Singles discography. Fate Hidden categories: All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from June Articles with permanently dead external links Articles with short description Articles with hAudio microformats Pages incorrectly using the quote template.

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The foundations had been laid by the Chicago and Detroit originals and the UK had made the genre commercially viable. It was a febrile time, helped by the increasing ease of access producers had to making tracks. Italy had already shown its fondness for American dance music, taking on disco with their own slightly warped productions. Most importantly, it was Italo disco that helped encourage Americans to take on a more electronic approach to their dance music in the first place.

So an Italian brand of house music was inevitable. The Italians had a natural flair for it. Armed with Korg M1s and Roland s, these producers stayed true to the American roots of the genre, spurning the English cannibalisation of the sound which eventually led to hardcore.

But rather than evoking the dark clubs of Chicago with the brand of house, the music was better suited to a Vespa ride long the Amalfi Coast, its dreamy qualities fuelling your summer endorphin rushes.

Why did none of these artists break through into the dance music mainstream at the time? Hardly any released more than two records. All we have is a perfect snapshot in time of where these producers were at and what they were doing in a thriving scene.

Follow him on Twitter. Full disclosure, this was the track that opened up the world of Italian house to this scribe thanks to a Palms Trax set at Dekmantel , but where else could we possibly start? Don Carlos is just that; the don of Italian house music. His record 'Alone', a three-track EP on Calypso Records that featured the same tune blissed-out to various extents, was the Varese-born producer's debut.

And what a way to introduce himself, arriving in a blaze of aquatic pads, twinkling arps, endless pianos and a bassline so consistent it feels like you're zooming along the mediterranean coast in anime form on the back of a vespa.

DFC , otherwise known as Dance Floor Corporation, were one of Italy's earliest labels looking to capitalise on the coming house and trance sound. Founded in they became a go-to for Balearic tracks that could seemingly only be enjoyed at the beach by dangerously tanned people wearing speedos. But listening back to Dreamatic's 'Audio Trip' courtesy of Young Marco 's ' Welcome To Paradise ' compilation, it sounds like a pleasurable listening experience for anyone.

From the rumbling bassline that producers clamour for on their soft synths, to the stacks and stacks of sparkling synths, 'Audio Trip' has aged like a fine wine and is a legitimate club weapon in Starting with a suitably ostentatious intro, the 'Secret Doctrine' dips down to a loping synth riff before edging it's way along a tightrope of cool and trancey-kitsch with aplomb.

Thankfully the crew eased the astronomical prices on Discogs with their own reissue last year. This jazzy, slowed down number is just what you need on the comedown as it's lighter than air. Even with a slightly-acidic bass line coming through, it still feels like a song that would get your grandma up on her feet and raving.

For some reason, releasing records under multiple aliases was the thing to do in Italy. It was hard to get attached to one artist because you didn't know if they'd make music under that name again. Instead the music all joined together under a big green, white and red branch, with tracks remembered by label and name rather than artist. You wouldn't know it but Agua Re also made tunes under Kamasutra see below , one a quintessential Italian dream house track and the bottom one a five-star deep house tune.

You wonder how far they could have gone if they retained the same alias. This track has much more in common with the artist title than the track title. Alex Neri and Marco Baroni once again join forces to come up with this stonking deep house masterpiece that transports you to places you never knew existed.

Six versions of this track spanning the colours of the rainbow were made for this release on Italo disco label OUT, but we've plumped for the Blue Sky mix. It's a precursor to the popular progressive house sound Italy would adopt, but steers clear of the cheesy trance vibes and settles into a much friendlier deep house space.

The first printing of this album had the compact discs pressed in Germany at Arvato Bertelsmann to ensure the audio quality of the album was preserved. The album is released as a double album , with the second disc being a bonus DVD with music videos of all ten tracks.

The album was released on July 6, , in Hong Kong. Several non-single tracks also entered the chart that same week, briefly appearing in the lower half of the chart, before dropping out the next week.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Prudence Liew. Retrieved Stolen Moments Media notes. Liew, Prudence. Universal Music Hong Kong. Sky Music Hong Kong. Albums discography Singles discography. Fate Hidden categories: All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from June Articles with permanently dead external links Articles with short description Articles with hAudio microformats Pages incorrectly using the quote template. Namespaces Article Talk.