10cf746e54 For me personally and for Hearts of Space as a music format, after working exclusively with electronic music and spacemusic for a few years, it gradually became clear that music that created a sense of psychological space or landscape was actually a very, very old thing thousands of years. Robert Lamb: What did the term space music mean to you back in the 1970s? Has the meaning evolved over the years? Stephen Hill: In the 19702s the term was just one of several being used to describe the growing field of spatial and electronic imagery in sound. We believe that you are in Netherlands (your IP address appears to be 220.127.116.11). We are very sad to have to do this, but there is no other alternative. Compared to ordinary music especially music with lyrics you can understand ambient music is being decoded mostly by a different, older part of your brain, leaving the cerebral cortex free to focus on the things its good at. The Hearts of Space radio show has spawned a number of related projects, including the Hearts of Space Archive, a commercial ambient-music streaming service started in 2001, and a record label started in 1984, Hearts of Space Records (including 5 divisions, sub-labels or label imprints: Hearts of Space Records, for the core space music; Hearts O' Space, for Irish/Celtic albums; World Class, for world-music albums; Fathom, for sounding the deep, dark ambient albums by artists such as Robert Rich and Steve Roach; and RGB, for soundtrack and pop-oriented electronic albums). Now that we have wide angle streaming services like Spotify, Rhapsody, Rdio and Mog, you can also search them for titles with keywords like space and cosmic and assemble personal playlists. ^ "When you listen to space and ambient music you are connecting with a tradition of contemplative sound experience whose roots are ancient and diverse. Retrieved 2014-04-14.