from Other Planets
"O'Bergh brings a fresh perspective to electronica, ambient and chill-out
music by integrating processed sampled vocals into his superb laid-back
keyboards and beats
Imagine being on a bar in a space station orbiting
a planet in the Andromeda galaxy. It's closing time, most of the patrons
have gone to their rooms, and yet you can't leave because the music is
so sensual and sexy and yet also alien and exotic."
Bill Binkelman, Wind & Wire
If you want to add an awesome CD to your collection, check it out!
Darren Main, yoga instructor and author,
Spiritual Journeys Along the Yellow Brick Road
OBergh translates the sounds and rhythms of the planets
peoples with his versatile Roland keyboard. This is a one-man band crossing
cultures time zones, and ethnic areas."
Ted Cox, New Age Retailer
The man who
burst on the scene with the critically acclaimed Millennial Landscapes
Is back with an exciting tour de force in which he takes the listener
on a literal trip around the world.
Jon's second release is a feast
of subtle world music textures, dramatic keyboard-driven melodies, and
exotic kinetic rhythms.
Bill Binkelman, Wind and Wire
Bravo! Jon OBergh
should be very pleased with the results of Carta. Once again, he
keeps your mind in constant amazement. I highly recommend your taking
a trip around the globe with Jon OBerghs Carta."
Alice Hill, WELY, Minnesota
Jon O'Bergh is a promising new artist
From the spacey orchestrations
of Nirvana and
Apocalypse to the ethno-ambient sounds of 'Contintendal Drift
this release demonstrates a prolific sense of creation.
Marius-Christian Burcea, Fun Radio, Bucharest
"For me it is very beautiful, romantic and even mysterious. And also
it is very visual.
Listening to the album I saw interesting, futurological images
and release your imagination
This music has reminded me of the works
Christopher Franke and Tangerine Dream."
The music [OBergh]
plays is an adventure, a powerful vision which carries us
on a fantastic journey beyond all frontiers.
Sergiu Rusu, Radio Arad, Romania
Space photo credit: NASA, ESA, CXC, M. Bradac
(University of California, Santa Barbara), and S. Allen (Stanford University)
"Fantastic... I can't
play it enough."
Ruby Winters, KMHD, Portland
Marius-Christian Burcea, Fun Radio, Romania
composition, a moving
Radio Arad, Romania