Our Music Producers

 

 

FUZZYDADDY - Founder
 

Everything started some years ago, when Fuzzy Daddy promised himself he would make his own music blog. This formidable blog would soon be known as "Boozetunes". Until then, Fuzz was an urban legend, a legend that no one had ever seen or even talked to.

Slowly but steadily, his blog became more and more accurate and complete, till it finally became famous all around the globe, reaching beyond the five continents and beyond the seven seas. Nonetheless, his humble personality and rigid moral principles could only allow him to keep a low profile, staying away from the public eyes.Fuzz like his friends, believed that the art of sharing music, was a lot more than a need to them. Music is one of the most beatiful things people can share with each other.

So after a lot of "musical wandering", Fuzz and his Popsyke Diaries finally met their friends again in the LostInTyme radio. This kind of wandering will never stop for sure. There will always be something new and beautiful out there, waiting to be discovered by our ears.

 
 
HORATIUS REX - Founder
 

He seized the day, trusting the future as little as he could. Quintus Horatius Flaccus. Without reminders of our older existence, the seeking journey alters both our mind and soul. Some were lost... some went on the other side... HORATIUS REX, a musical stalker that is here to join and lead the eclectic people towards the road of an unavoidable psycho-progressive truth.

 
 
PSYCHSPANIOLOS - Founder
 

While being Lost In Tyme... constantly searching and cautiously excavating music from rather rutty and deserted musical paths, I was parallely growing a deep respect for all these unknown and underrated artists, living, waiting for us in their uncharted waters.

Therefore, I grew solicitude for my quest to unveil the remarkable work done by these great musical figures, who due to bad luck remained unknown, having very little attention drawn to them over time.

My goal is to let these musical treasures shine like they deserve to.

 
 
SPELLBOUND - Founder
 

My morning sky is blue and purple, my clouds are orange and pink, my sunsets are gold, my nights are filled with luminous stars and comet trails that spread silver dust among forest trees where fairies whisper their tales…

…So my timepiece becomes my morning laugh measuring how content I am, like a dial beneath the sun, with words that I held inside, but could never speak out loud…And time just passed me by like the river's flow... But still, I am telling my rivers to keep on flowing, my forests to keep on growing… Till I find a way……And It always seemed strange to me, the fact that my dream had never really changed...

I always needed music just as much as my ocean needs to reach for the rivers… deep in me, flowing deep in me…Music always started like an immense shadow, till it finally stood up radiating light, smooth and sleek like a dolphin playing above the sea. The only direction is the one that both the sun and the moon follow.

As long as the clouds are shifting gently, and as long as the stars are pinned high in the sky, I will try for my best.Slowly I'm being awakened by a sound and finally I get to remember what it was that brought me here…Lost is where I find myself searching for something… seeking which direction I can follow…

Lost is where I listen to the voices all around… …voices that will lead me back to the shore… Lost is what I needed to be...to discover where I was …to find what it is that I’m sailing for… … and I am still sailing through the widest seas…

that’s me and I am Spellbound…

 
 
MATJAS - Producer
 

Looking through my window - Sitting in my chair - Seeing the clouds move by - Combing my hair - Listen to what is this - Hearing celestial voices - Getting a little kiss - Make easy choices - Lost in tyme - Experiencing sounds - In many rounds - Is HAPPINESS

 
 
UNCLE LAKIS - Producer
 

"Music Is My Oxygen." And it is, because I simply cannot live without it.

I'm called Dianelos, or better Uncle Lakis. I live in Athens and I'm a music lover, especialy for the 60s-70s rock, Progressive rock, Psychedelic Rock, Rare Rock Bands, Blues, Jazz Rock and Classic Rock.

I'll take you on a trip to the past with "My Music Time Machine", that will most likely drive you to places unknown, and many times in places we all know and love.

"Peace and Love Brothers."

 
 
ARASOB - Producer
 

"Hi, I am Arash. Well, we have heard many times stuff like: music is our best friend ; music is great ; music is best medicine and so on... OK it’s all right, but there are many genres, many types and periods of time where music was going through radical changes. This last statement was always very important to me... why? Because we all live in different situations, we have all grown in different generations of music, having thus heard different types of music, with our taste depending on many things. To me, 70’s music was always my first choice since I found out some reasons that explained me why the 70’s and late 60’s music were so different...

1. The artists belonging to those times spent their childhood or their early years of their adolescence mostly towards the biggest disaster of the century. Many of them lost some of their relatives, seeing the ugly face of life that was at time characterized by anger and war. Thus, they ended up seeking the longed-for peace & love in the roads of music and art.

2. During those years, new technology was discovered for building electric instruments. Before those years they did not use amplifiers, mixers, electric guitars (or other electric instruments) but in order for their music to flourish, it was rather important that sophisticated computers and software did not exist yet, because what they created was driven directly and purely from their human brains. Sophisticated technology that came out later after the 80’s prevented (slowly but steadily) similar compositions to take place. In other words; we may say that technology was good and helpful as long as it did not interfere a lot with musicians.

3. The last point I want to make has to do with the web and the internet. We may think it is good, since any time you want you can reach almost any track you desire with a few mouse clicks. Most of the times, you just need to open YouTube and navigate easily through their vast database of music finding almost any track and genre you want to listen to instantaneously. You may think that this generation is lucky to have this. But I think that this procedure damages the quality of music. Just imagine being an artist and knowing that just after you release your stuff that you suffered for, it will take some hours for it to be downloadable everywhere in the world. It is not only about money; It is about feeling. Not in every case particularly, but in general terms the quality of modern music is damaged a lot because of this.

To me, 70’s and late 60’s music is so much different. Why is it then, that after the 80’s great artists and superb groups (like Black Sabbath, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple etc.) stopped coming to life ? Nonetheless, my greatest hobby is finding rare and underrated bands at this period of high technology. The bands and artists that I am looking for, are those who for many reasons did never find the chance to be famous at their time, although being brilliant. I think they deserved a lot more attention than the one they had. Many years ago, I started collecting their compositions, and now with the internet by my side I am having an easier time finding more and more of these magnificent artists every single day.

I sincerely hope you enjoy my collection of gems!

 
 
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