He is co-founder of the Belgian electronic festival B-Wave and the organizer of Cosmic Nights that for seven years (2012-2019) presented itself as a Belgian electronic music festival in unique locations. Marc de Wit was also a member of the trio Purfoze that bridged the gap between the electronics of the Berlin school and ambient during the 1980s.
Traveling is inspiring for RHEA to compose his sonic exhalations. Close To Moving Ice is a recording of a live performance in the old Post X post building in Merelbeke Ghent Belgium. The cosmic music of this recording are the impressions of a trip to Greenland and the Arctic waters. The ambient oriented music meanders through the ice floes, resulting in a floating and pleasant atmosphere. For many this will sound like background music to a documentary or nature film, but the music has just that little bit more content not to sound sleep-inducing. During the live session, the performance was accompanied by a photo collage with fascinating images of desolated places that further enhanced the cosmic sounds.
Close To Moving Ice is not a highlight but the album does contain a nice package of unctuous ambient sounds. This is headphone music where one can fully relieve stress and relax while dreaming away. This third distribution of Littl 'Antenna Records is under the wing of Wool-E Discs (BELGIAN NeuMusik).