Planet Zebidee is the soundtrack to an alien planet. Compared with Earth, Zebidee was a late bloomer. Orbiting it's parent star on the outer edge of the goldilocks zone for billions of years, life never evolved beyond microbial organisms deep in the icy oceans, taking sustenance from the planet's internal heat. As the millennia passed Zebidee's sun warmed and expanded, ushering in a new age. Life soon swarmed through the oceans, eventually taking to the land and the air. In time an ecosystem developed to rival that of earth. At the time this story begins Zebidee is a complex and beautiful place. Swathes of clouds trap the energy of it's pink sun, now grown warmer with age. Orbiting the planet is a human artefact. An interstellar probe. Sleeping through the hundred year journey from earth it now awakes. Artificial, but modelled on human intelligence. A single consciousness controlling bodies equipped for flying, roving the landscape and cruising the oceans. Robotic eyes open and survey the pink misty ball floating in the blackness. The artificial mind is sophisticated enough to feel exhilaration, fascination, and something akin to fear. The time has come... The inspiration for this project came from sci-fi writers like Stephen Baxter and Greg Bear, science writers like Richard Dawkins and Matt Ridley, 'New Scientist' magazine, and the man who showed us planet Earth, David Attenborough. There are many musical influences. Miles Davis, Frank Zappa, Ennio Morricone, Squarepusher...and all the other great artists across the range of musical styles that have been the soundtrack to the 20/21st century.