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  • JDan Project | Space Vibrations

    JDan Project | Space Vibrations

    Bestseller Good price
    Space Vibrations wydany w formie dwupłytowego albumu, jawi się dosyć ciekawym punktem na rodzimej scenie elektronicznej. JDan Project odwołując się do spuścizny "kosmische musik", kreśli zgoła futurystyczne opowieści. Na Space Vibrations ukazane zostały w formie muzycznych pejzaży, zmagania ludzkości z tajemniczym wirusem, który ją dziesiątkuje. JDan Project udanie zatem składa w jedną całość sekwencyjną elektronikę, ambientalne przestrzenie i odgłosy wyrwane wprost z kosmicznych rubieży. Znakomicie prezentuje się tu finałowy epos Cave, który trwa blisko 40 minut. Wpływy Tangerine Dream, Klausa Schulze z ich najbardziej "kosmicznego" okresu są dosyć wyczuwalne. Jednakże JDan Project zapodaje je w lekko psychodelizujących opiatach, co oczywiście gwarantuje długi lot po orbicie.

    R.M.

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    4,42 EUR
  • Biosphere | Departed Glories

    Biosphere | Departed Glories

    Biosphere rzadko wydaje płyty, Geir Jennsen nie lubi pośpiechu. Tym bardziej warto zwrócić uwagę na album Departed Glories, wydany w 2016r nakładem norweskiej tłoczni, Smalltown Supersound. Mieszkając w Krakowie, Jenssen zainspirował się tajemniczą przestrzenią podkrakowskiego Lasu Wolskiego. Drugim czynnikiem twórczym była historia Bronisławy, polskiej zakonnicy żyjącej w XIIIw. Ukrywała się w owym lesie przed najeżdżającymi regularnie polskie ziemie, tatarskimi hordami. W całej tej historii tego niesamowitego miejsca, istotnym faktem dla Jenssena był impuls strachu jaki się wytwarza spacerując po tym lesie. Dla niego jest to miejsce wręcz nawiedzone przez duchy. Ta fascynacja polską kulturą, przekuła się też na warstwę muzyczną. Chcąc nasycić ów album lokalną atmosferą, Biosphere wykorzystał setki sampli polskich i rosyjskich motywów ludowych. Jednak samo ich rozpoznanie nie jest już takie oczywiste, umiejętnie je preparując Norweg wtapia je w lekko dryfujące tła i pełne bezruchu przestrzenie. Jennsen osiąga przez to podobne efekty jak Julianna Barwick, wykorzystując siłę zapętlanych, przetworzonych wokali. Sama muzyka podszyta mroczną legendą owego lasu, przez niemal cały czas zachowuje swoją chmurną aurę. Okładkę albumu zdobi zdjęcie kobiety ormiańskiego pochodzenia, które zrobił Sergey Mikhaylowich Prokudin Gorsky. Był pionierem kolorowej fotografii, a jego pierwsze zdjęcia były publikowane na samym początku XXw.

    R.M.

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    16,24 EUR
  • Robert Kanaan | Gaja

    Robert Kanaan | Gaja

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    6,49 EUR
  • Przemysław Rudź | Let Them Float

    Przemysław Rudź | Let Them Float

    Bestseller
    The new Przemysław Rudz's album brings another change of climates, although it is still deeply embedded in broadly defined classical electronic music style. Let Them Float is full of air and space, sometimes minimalistic, containing only the most essential elements of the arrangement. Two longest compositions, opening and closing the album, develop lazily turning a listener into a state of trance. They gradually develop on the principle of crescendo. Discharging this increasing tension in the culminating moments allows to wake up from a blissful numbness to focus on the next tracks. This is a great music to float and get away from it all. Highly recommended!

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    Ouf!!! What an amazing album which blends marvelously the ambient side with soft trance and hypnotic beats

    Przemyslaw Rudz remains one of these still too much unsung artists, and it in spite of a magnificent discography who, year after year, brings some beautiful small jewels out of his studio. The sound aestheticism being always there, it's in the comfort of our earphones that we shall savour this wonderful Let Them Float. Wrapped up in a very beautiful digipack pocket, where a child watches a whale floating among hot-air balloons, this last sound fresco from the Polish musician/synthesist is a small jewel for the ears with its rhythms of meditative trances and its esoteric ambiences which lead us near to the astral meditation. And the album starts rather strongly!
    A slow rhythm seized our ears enthralled and amazed by such an opening. Percussions plough this soft rhythm which sounds like a good rock tinted with a sensuality of the blues. These percussions bang with heaviness and fluidity, amassing at the passage some electronic noises (chirpings) and some floating waves which tug our senses between the domination of the rhythm or the fascination for these electronic elements which abound in a luxuriant psychotronic color. Slowly, the percussions accelerate the pace with the arrival of a bass line. And the synth frees gorgeous songs that some electronic ornaments caress softly. The approach is as well melancholic as languishingly hypnotic. And one thing leading to another, Przemyslaw Rudz weaves a superb minimalist structure with elements as striking as these tears of synth which flow into the whispers of electronic hummingbirds. And this rhythm becomes heavier and more fluid. As a trance where dozens of trunks toss to the sound of a bewitching rhythm. And if we are not enthralled yet, the 8th minute will finish our resistance with an approach where the tribal essence is dancing with a rock which always stays prisoner of an astral envelope. The riffs which fall gives a more progressive approach that the effects always dominate still and still. It's beautiful. Very beautiful! The 17 minutes of Follow the Ancestors ' Path appear among the most beautiful minutes that the music, and it whatever the genre, has offered me over time. A minimalist and a progressive rhythm flooded in a ton of sound effects which is impossible to seize in a single listening, the recipe is as well simple as terribly effective. It's obvious that after such a nirvana, we become more critical in face of what is coming next. Brilliant, Przemyslaw Rudz knew how to put things in perspective by bringing us in long segment of atmospheres which begins with Don't Trust the Sirens. Their chants are angelic, almost aphrodisiac, in an envelope which equals the splendid production of Fresh Aire 6 from Mannheim Steamroller.
    The very peaceful In a Quiet Reverie with rumbling layers which irradiate the dark side of a whales' dialogue leads us towards another level of ambiospherical enchantment. The dialogues of cetaceans take various forms with a beautiful play of the synth which diffuses the colors of solemnity as well as those of happiness. The mixture of these elements to a cosmic essence make of these 12 minutes, rather quiet by the way, something more interesting and more thoughtful to listen. Midnight at the Lake is a nice little morphic ballad with a synth which cheers up our ears with sung solos which remain frozen in crystal chords which pearl and float in the oblivion. There are influences of Jarre over the birdsongs here! After these some 20 minutes of ambiospherical moods, the long title-track closes Let Them Float with a pulsatory rhythm which pierces a thick cloud of sonic fantasies where synth solos, or the e-violin of Rafal Szydlowski, are twisting in a mass of lugubrious drones. The structure is close to that of Follow the Ancestors ' Path but in a more progressive envelope soaked with layers of voices. The influences of Pink Floyd abound here, in particular at the level of the keyboard and of the tones of guitar. There was no other better ways to conclude this titanic work of Przemyslaw Rudz. What an album my friends!

    Sylvain Lupari

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    11,01 EUR
  • Robert Rich | What We Left Behind

    Robert Rich | What We Left Behind

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    14,29 EUR
  • Piotr Gepert | Anunnaki

    Piotr Gepert | Anunnaki

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    After Adam Bownik and Vanderson there is another ambitious Polish composer and performer of berlin school EM who has just started artistic activity. Piotr Gepert and his debut in Generator.pl label gives us almost one hour of melodic, rhythmic electronic music with significant sequentional stigma. Title of the album alluding to ancient mythology from Euphrates-Tigris valley, suggests strong contemplating and soulful character of the release, and truly all the compositions convincingly build a consistent message allowing the listener to move into a completely different dimensions, far away beyond the comfortable home armchair. Original compositions, elaborate arrangements, interesting sound solutions and, above all, full control over the musical tissue are sufficient reasons to follow further proposals of Piotr Gepert. Let us hope that he will soon be revealed during the concerts promoting this very successful album. Fans of the genre should be delighted!

    P. R.

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    11,01 EUR
  • Konrad Kucz | Air

    Konrad Kucz | Air

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    Some time ago Konrad Kucz told that it would be hard to him to go back to berlin school moods in his artistic creation. The reasons he mentioned are formal, sound and ideological exploitation of this genre. But finally he has just went back. The new album is not like hundreds or even thousands berlin school albums releasing each year - sequence, rythm, solo part and hope to become an EM master. It is not so easy. Becoming recognizable needs talent (that's obvious), hard work and patience. Kucz by years spent at keyboards and sequencers developed his unique style. The new album released by Generator.pl confirms his position as one of the leading composers and performers of classical electronic music of our time. His music is full of space, you feel an omnipresent air (hence the title), listen to pathetic mellotrones in various combinations of sound and of course the analog fat sequences, exquisitely modulated by the synthetic filters. All is very illustrative, perfect for an evening meditation and reflection from the perspective of a comfortable chair. Polish electronic music has been enriched by another export album that will satisfy every music lover around the world.

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    Brilliant 2015 album connecting the Symphonic & Rhythmic "EM" styles perfectly and containing classic, lush Tangerine Dream Rubycon inspired Mellotron choral sequences!
    This is the 3rd Album from this Polish synth musician, and it is, by a mile, his best work to date and also one of the finest releases on this Polish "Electronic Music" label!
    Featuring classic spacey synth sounds, Mellotron textures from the Tomita Snowflakes / Tangerine Dream Rubycon eras, this album is ethereal, symphonic and to some degree rhythmic as well. It is very much a "cosmic" album that is abundant with atmosphere and melody throughout and it climaxes with a track that is unlike anything else on the record and sounds as if it could be an epic OMD track!
    Some time ago Polish musician Konrad Kucz revealed that it would be difficult for him to go return to "Berlin School" moods in his artistic creation. The reasons he gave were formal, sound and an ideological exploitation of this genre. But finally he has returned, and with an album that's unlike the many other "Berlin School" style albums released each year! Becoming recognizable needs talent (that's obvious), hard work and patience. By spending years in front of keyboards and sequencers, Konrad Kucz has now developed his unique style. 'Air' confirms his position as one of the leading Polish composers and performers of classical electronic music of our time. His music is full of "space" and it is delivered in such a way that you feel an omnipresent air (hence the title).
    Air: First Movement opens up in space with all manner of electronic effects before blossoming out into this panoramic display of gorgeous mystical choral voices (Mellotron 400 sounds) that soar, swell and sway though the upper atmosphere to heavenly effect, before returning to a collage of synth effects that are a little reminiscent of early Tomita. It then moves into a new, more "Berlin School" area of sound where repeating synth melody lines wondrously dance around in the atmosphere until a sequencer line comes over the horizon and interacts with the dazzling effects. It all gets a little manic as they all collide and disperse in a burst of light to reveal an altogether more sensitive sequence juxtaposed with a slightly more discordant sound. Great opener!
    Silver Clouds opens with a more classical sensitivity with the sound of a synth (I think) oboe tune and then blossoms out further with the addition of angelic synth harp sounds and added Mellotron strings, taking on a more cosmic feel as choral voices flood the soundstage with an ethereal atmospheric quality. Towards The Sky features a carnival or sounds and textures and is lightly rhythmic at first as it sprightly dances to sounds sketches of crystalline synthesizers and sequences. Soaring Angel is a symphonic tone poem that starts out in a sombre floating in space mood, but as little bursts of synth sunlight appear, a hole in the hazy, dream-like atmosphere appears, and sweet alien-like voice melodies flow through. Soft organ textures roll around for a while then more angelic beams of sound form a kind of celestial sunset and the alien choir appears once and closes the track abruptly.
    Air: Second Movement brings the return of the vast choir of heavenly voices of the opening track and a sequencer, to some extent, then delivers a rhythmic drive to the track with background organ and string synths proving an ethereal backdrop. The Mellotron choirs once more add their bit to the final passage and here we are firmly in Rubycon final movement territory! Rising Sun open in a new part of space, with a phased mix of angelic voices and effects creating a cosmic montage of sound that gives a real feeling of being "out there" in deepest dark space.
    The final two minutes form a gorgeous symphonic space theme with massed string synths and choral sounds enveloping the atmosphere before ending abruptly once more.
    Let It Out is the sound of a revolving keyboard melody line backed by string-synth textures and that's it! Daybreak moves bank into deep space textures, but it too is an equally short piece. Long Distance starts with effect ridden organ chords that form a simple but extremely effective wall of cosmic sound, then swirling ecclesiastical voices come in and surround it with a warm heavenly glow. Under The Blue Sky closes the album with a space-synth drum sequence that all of a sudden envelopes and bursts into a panoramic theme that I can only describe as being a bit similar to OMD's big Mellotron driven epic: Joan Of Arc, with key changes and all!
    Air is complete escapism - an extremely enjoyable album that will take you out into the cosmos on a just over forty-minute trip where you'll forget all your worries and woes and enjoy the beauty and thrill of a space trip like no other!

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    11,01 EUR
  • Steve Roach, Byron Metcalf, Rob Thomas | Monuments of Ecstasy

    Steve Roach, Byron Metcalf, Rob Thomas | Monuments of Ecstasy

    Steve Roach, Byron Metcalf i Rob Thomas okazują się być współczesnymi, dźwiękowymi szamanami. Ich wspólna płyta Monuments Of Ecstasy jawi się bowiem jako doświadczenie mistyczne. Każdy z nich odpowiada za osobną transmisję energii: Roach kreśli unikalne przestrzenie, Metcalf wybija obłędne tribalowe polirytmie, Thomas podrasowuje to wszystko dźwiękami australijskiego didgeridoo. Powyższe elementy stopione w jedną całość okazują się być prawdziwie szamańskim transem. Zerkając w kierunku prymitywnej plemiennej duchowości, wszyscy trzej stają się nie tylko orędownikami pradawnych tradycji, ale i dźwiękowymi mistykami. Owe etniczno-transowe tunele rzeźbione mozolnie przez nich trzech, okazują się być wytrychem do świata ukrytego po drugiej stronie kurtyny. Mimowolnie uczestnicząc w tych obrzędach, zdzieramy owe "sacrum" doświadczając bycia po tej innej stronie rzeczywistości. Znakomita przejażdżka w głąb zapomnianych ceremoniałów, która autentycznie oczyszcza ciało i umysł.

    R.M.

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    15,20 EUR
  • Steve Roach | The Skeleton Collection 2005-2015

    Steve Roach | The Skeleton Collection 2005-2015

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    16,09 EUR
  • Steve Roach | Skeleton Keys

    Steve Roach | Skeleton Keys

    Steve Roach na płycie The Skeleton Keys Collection wraca niejako do swoich początków, ale w nieco innej odsłonie. Ponownie głównym tworzywem całości jest tu elektronika sekwencyjna, jednak stara się ją zaprezentować w nieco odmienny sposób. Cała muzyka została bowiem oparta na stworzonych przez niego modułach syntezatora wielo formatowego. Mając za podstawę pracę w trójwymiarowej przestrzeni, Roach odnosi się tu bezpośrednio do tradycji europejskiej elektroniki. Te wpływy przetyka własnymi doświadczeniami, które czerpie bezpośrednio z muzyki otoczenia. Tych osiem kompozycji mimo jasnych, sekwencyjnych struktur, pogłębia o doświadczenia brzmieniowe bliższe muzyce ambient. Nie tworzy zimnych struktur, lecz stara się im nadać aerodynamiczną lekkość podbitą transowym pędem. Powstała dosyć upojna, zmysłowa płyta gdzie sekwencyjne tekstury nabierają niemal kosmicznej głębi. To skutkuje płytą która może uchodzić za dzieło retro futurystyczne, przeszłość łączy się teraźniejszością a muzyka bynajmniej wcale na tym nie traci.

    R. M.

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    14,71 EUR