Aerial Service Region can be an on-again-off-again cooperation involving ambient/digital composers Victor Sol and Niko Heyduck. The set have got released two full-length albums through Pete Namlook’s Fax label beneath the name, both which amount among the best possible of the currently impressive (to state nothing of considerable) Frankfurt-based imprint’s game titles. Combining items of function compiled (both aside and collectively) during the period of nearly ten years, also, they are a number of the even more enduring types of minimal experimental digital music to progress from ambient’s post-rave crop. Victor Sol is definitely a Barcelona-based maker whose set of credits contains collaborative works together with Atom Center, Charles Gate, and Dandy Jack port; Heyduck in addition has caused Atom Center (especially on +N’s 1996 recording, Constructed, along with Sol and Dandy Jack port). The set began liberating music as Aerial Services Region in 1995, debuting the task with an hour-plus-long assortment of deep, beatless ambient. Within a matter of just months, another Compact disc, 150 G Space Excess weight, appeared, again having a minimal, beatless stride of subtly moving digital textures. The task has continued to be in remission since, although several other single and collaborative tasks have made an appearance, including Sol’s single debut for Rather Interesting, Paranoid.