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The New Age

by Moon Foundation

A retrospective collection of Moon Foundation's New Age material (1999-2002) plus two new bonus tracks (2012).
Genre: New Age: Meditation
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Goddess Chant
8:11 $0.99
2. As Above So Below
4:59 $0.99
3. Meditation
6:00 $0.99
4. Your Own Path (feat. Willco)
4:40 $0.99
5. Blank Canvas
3:06 $0.99
6. Invisible Ink
3:34 $0.99
7. Trancidental
8:12 $0.99
8. Dark Forest
3:27 $0.99
9. Loneliness
4:24 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Moon Foundation - a solo project of Steve Netting.

In the early 90's Steve was heavily involved in the Amiga Demo Scene; a musician in the UK demo group 'Slipstream'. His music appeared on many Slipstream productions and was constructed using the 4 channel sound tracker programs of the era. Some of his sound tracker modules are available elsewhere on the internet and Steve has an entry on the Amiga Hall of Fame website.

Steve left the Amiga scene and took a break from music during the late 90's whilst he attended a degree course in Computing at the University of the West of England, Bristol (UK). In 1999, encouraged by a friend (Mark) he returned to music with the purchase of a Korg N1R rack mount synth and a cheap midi controller. This quickly grew into a small studio setup with the addition of a Yamaha SY85, Akai S2000, Alesis MMT-8 sequencer and numerous effects boxes.

Mark and Steve initially started working on material under the name Kissed Chasing Aimee. Due to the new direction of the band (industrial/electronica) and the intention to take the new material on the road, a new name (and line-up) was found. Caffeine Kill was born. Robin joined as lead vocalist, and Caffeine Kill's first gig took place at Camden Underworld, supporting Sulpher in 2001.

'Moon Foundation' remained a solo project throughout the above period, primarily as an medium for Steve's own ideas, different genres and as a test ground for prospective Caffeine Kill tracks. Several Moon Foundation tracks were commonly in the top 100 at; specifically new age tracks 'Goddess Chant' and 'As Above So Below' plus synthpop and industrial titles 'This World of Ours' and 'Is It You?'.

In 2002 Steve was made redundant - this led to several years of uncertainty and put all musical activities on hold. CK continued to gain momentum, replacing Robin with Jay (vocals) and adding live guitars. Due to Steve's personal circumstances, he felt he could no longer contribute to Caffeine Kill although he hoped to one day return. Moon Foundation was also put on hold and equipment sold over the following couple of years.

In 2004 Steve returned to music, shortly resurrecting Moon Foundation before becoming involved in other projects such as Coherer and The Beauty of Grey.

In 2012 Moon Foundation has taken a new direction with tracks 'Dark Forest' and 'Loneliness' providing a taste of what's to come. Steve is also actively promoting Coherer (electro), touring with the UK Rammstein Tribute 'Rammlied' and continues his involvement with the PC & classic demo scene.



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