Aes Dana (ambient group)

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Aes Dana
Origin Lyon, France
Genres Ambient, chillout, downtempo, electronica, trance, IDM
Years active 2001–present
Labels Ultimae Records
Associated acts H.U.V.A. Network
Members Vincent Villuis

Aes Dana is the name of the French ambient music formation of Vincent Villuis and Sunbeam (aka Mahiane).[1]

Biography[edit]

The group was born from the meeting of Vincent Villuis, former member of goa chill band Asura, and Sunbeam (aka Mahiane) who spins English progressive vinyls.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • 2002, Season 5, Ultimae Records INRE 007
  • 2003, Aftermath, Ultimae Records INRE 010
  • 2004, Memory Shell, Ultimae Records INRE 014
  • 2007, Manifold, Ultimae Records INRE 022
  • 2009, Leylines, Ultimae Records INRE 034
  • 2011, Perimeters, Ultimae Records INRE 045
  • 2012, Pollen, Ultimae Records INRE 055
  • 2013, Aftermath 2.0 | Archives Of Peace, Ultimae Records INRE 10.2

Notable Appearances[edit]

  • Skyclad (High Frequencies Version), on Fahrenheit Project Part One, 2001
  • Summerlands, on Fahrenheit Project Part Two, 2001
  • Undertow, on Fahrenheit Project Part Three, 2002
  • Suspended Grounds, on VA - Module 01, 2002
  • Memory Shell (Mindgames Festival Live Version), on Fahrenheit Project Part Four, 2003
  • Seaweeds Corporate, on VA - Mountain High, 2003
  • Happy Leary, on VA - Peace Therapy, 2003
  • Iris Rotation, on VA - Antenna Vol. 1, 2004
  • Aftermath pt. 03, on VA - Module 02, 2004
  • Aftermath pt. 08, on VA - Albedo, 2005
  • Hug, on VA - Chilling Goddess, 2005
  • Purple, on Fahrenheit Project Part Five, 2005
  • Bam, on VA - Mountain High 2, 2005
  • Natti Natti (Androcell Remix), on Androcell - Efflorescence, 2006
  • Mineral Lights (Submerge Edit), on Oxycanta, 2006
  • Lysistrata, on Opus Iridium, Suntrip Records, 2008
  • Pulse Rate, on VA - Vital Signs, Celestial Dragon Records, 2010

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