Saturday, 30. December 2006
Bliss - Quiet Letters
It has been nearly 2 years since Music for Dreams and Bliss released their debut album "Afterlife" in Denmark. It was a huge success in Denmark, but the album was never relased internationally. Only the track "Kissing" was compiled on more than 30 compilations and was released internationally.
|So the international appeal is out there, and Bliss has become one of the true chill-out undergrounds classics.|
The latest international release, entitled "Quiet Letters", include some of the finest moments from "Afterlife"plus recordings from the past 2 years.
It's a chill out masterpiece, featuring guest vocals by Zero 7's Sophie Barker, rooted in a fine collage of western, African and classical musical influences. Bliss has inspired comparisons to Sade, Norah Jones, Enya and Ennio Morricone. "Quiet Letters" is described by Buddha Bar's DJ Ravin as "The Album of the Year", one of those albums that you have always been looking for without ever finding.
An album that transports you far beyond the beaches of Ibiza, on a travel through African soul, Scandinavian jazz, and ethereal pop.
This is ultra chill. Catch some Bliss!
And here is Bliss
- Official Website.