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  • JDan Project | Childhood Nature

    JDan Project | Childhood Nature

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    The Childhood Nature album is, as the name says, a story about childhood, its ups and downs, an aura of carefree play, but also the inner experiences of a child. So much about the ideological layer of the artist's album hiding under the pseudonym JDan, or Jarosław Danielski. And what about the sound tissue? This music is extremely mature, told with flair and not closed in narrow drawers of individual styles of classical electronic music. The compositional and workshop progress is always heard, especially when it comes to recording quality. Dualism childhood-adulthood presented in a very convincing way. The favorite for el-hit is the seventh track Decisions. Recommendation!

    P.R.

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    11,01 EUR
  • Blindmachine, Drom66, JDan Project, Friends | Sequential Friends

    Blindmachine, Drom66, JDan Project, Friends | Sequential Friends

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    Generator.pl label is preparing a musical feast for fans of classic sequential playing handful drawing from the style of the 70's of the last century created at our western neighbors. The Berlin school dominated the latest proposal of the el-music quintet under Blindmachine's command, who, in various configurations, fills the whole album with compositions. Here we can hear his cooperation with synthesists hiding under the pseudonyms of Drom66, JDan Project, Asuntar (who had already recorded for Generator) and a talented guitarist with the pseudonym of Katod. Music is thrifty in expression, hypnotic, introducing to the world of reflection and mystery. That is everything that constitutes the success of this very old species. As you can see, it still has a large group of devotees not only among the composers themselves, but also the publishers and the most important in this group - listeners. The album contains five compositions with opening over a 20-minute suite Do you remember Berlin? rapidly introducing the earlier achievements of Tangerine Dream and Klaus Schulze. Titles of subsequent tracks also refer to the classics of the genre, which the fan of sequential landscapes will surely decipher. It seems that the Berlin school has something of immortality, which for many years will ensure a steady supply of interesting releases. Such as the album Sequential Friends.

    P.R.

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    11,01 EUR
  • Polaris | Desert Run

    Polaris | Desert Run

    Bestseller
    The track titles suggest a concept album built around desert theme, but luckily we don't have to suffer any sitar doodlings, camel baa-ing or muezin-style vocal samples. This is top-notch relaxing, rhythmic Berlin School sound. The music is more about flying over the desert than struggling through its sands.
    This record is by no means a "set-the-sequence-on-and-doodle-for-15-minutes" boring Berlin School. True, it employs sequencing intensely, but offers much more than that. Just when you think you know what to expect the next minute, Polaris rotates gently his musical kaleidoscope and all the pieces fall into new place forming another convincing soundscape.
    Desert Run is a musical work on its own, and there are no obvious nods to big EM names. In case you've never heard the style of Polaris, and need some guidance as to how to place this in your musical landscape, after scratching my head I might think of the works of Emmens & Heij (who produce tracks much in the euphoric run of Oasis) or even Redshift (the dark intense parts of Derweze or Hastings CutOff). Yes, it's that good.
    So here we have the new opus by Polaris who remained silent since 2014's Way Out:
    Fata Morgana (13:16) opens with grandeur choral pads, soon to be supplemented by multi-layered sequences and delicate percussives. Around 2:20 it suddenly feels like getting the first sip of your favourite old whiskey: yes, it's the classy Polaris sound, all the fragrances are there in perfect proportions. Sit back and enjoy the taste! By 4:20 a strong soaring solo kicks in, and so well done it is. This record surely won't allow for boredom.The track progresses with myriads of sequences falling like rain from breathy pads that glide like heavy clouds over the horizon. My ears caught some soft tron sounds towards the end. There's an impression here, that I first got while listening to Way Out, of misty depth of the landscape, much like seeing a mountain range on a rainy evening, discovering layer after layer in the distance. This music is more than just a sum of its elements. I have 6 of his previous albums on my shelf but must admit this might be my fav track by Polaris. Whoa. After such an opener, where do we go next?
    Derweze (9:34) draws its name from a Turkmenistan site where earth gas keeps burning in a large crater nonstop since 1971, making a great visual spectacle at night time. The mood gets darker at first, but not for long. Slow rhythm works steadily under washes of atmospheric keys, and the chord progression from 7:30 onwards makes you nod to the music without even knowing. And then there's a little flutey tron solo that nicely concludes the track.
    Next one is Dunes (11:40), starting with a fat synth underneath and a meandering solo on top. Soon there's a bassline and drum loop added, forming a relaxed flowing music where sequences stay calmer and usher in some brilliant soloing. This tune shows Polaris' more reflective side. Nice work.
    Hastings CutOff (9:50) starts in much darker and more industrial feeling, the synths get more angular, jumping around like metal hornets. This is again counterbalanced soon by soothing pads in the background. Then halfway through the track there's a superb mood change, when things get real cosmic and a TB303-like loop rises, at first subdued and restrained, but we old acidheads know it's gonna mutate and wriggle, we know it... and soon it does, gaining more squelch, and from here we float slowly on a spacey acid trip until it ends in an echoed crescendo.
    Oasis (8:12) starts blissfully with light pads, and then quick twinkling sequences set in one by one. Polaris soon throws a magnificent solo into the mix. The massive sequencing erupts again around 5:20 and this is one of the finest moments of the whole album. All in all it's an airy, sunny and breathy closure to entire Desert Run, one of those I never want it to finish tracks.
    Great step forward in his musical career, while pleasing old fans like myself, Desert Run is well worth the wait.

    Michał Żelazowski

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    11,01 EUR
  • Przemysław Rudź | Master Of Own Fate

    Przemysław Rudź | Master Of Own Fate

    Bestseller
    After a warm reception of the album 3C, dedicated to Tri-City (where Rudź lives and works), recorded with the aces of Polish el-scene - Krzysztof Duda and Robert Kanaan, Przemysław Rudź returns with a new solo work entitled Master Of Own Fate. The master of own fate is not only the composer himself, but also those to whom the record is dedicated - the people of the sea. Their hard and dangerous work, full of everyday challenges and uncertainty of reaching the destination port, is like a continuation of the 3C concept, after all beautiful port cities of Gdansk and Gdynia (two parts of Tri-City) have become such ports for many. In the musical layer it is a classic Rudź with his searching for a part of the common of electronics and progressive rock, this time in an energetic and sometimes pathetic form. The title suite, multi-layered and epic, refers to many similarly formally constructed works by Rudź, in which, as in the mirror, reflects his fascination with unconventional music, that is original and requiring the listener to submit himself entirely to the composer's narration. In return, we get a ticket to explore fantastic worlds, where analogue sounds, synthesizer passages, pastel landscapes and expressive solo performances create another important achievement of the Polish school of classical electronic music. Big recommendation!

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    11,01 EUR
  • Blindmachine, Asuntar | Cosmos in Your Mind

    Blindmachine, Asuntar | Cosmos in Your Mind

    Bestseller
    Blindmachine / Asuntar's collaboration, entitled Cosmos In Your Mind, is a successful experiment in creating spatial musical soundscapes, ambient backgrounds, spiced up with sequences that do not dominate the rest of the arrangements. The whole album is full of electronic sounds, stereo effects circling between the speakers and vocoder monologues, enhancing the highly illustrative form of this difficult but very interesting music. It is true that this is a niche work, rather for connoisseurs of the genre, but even less experienced listeners should find here many references to the classics of meditative electronic music, such as Tangerine Dream in the mid 70s of the last century. The composition entitled Neuronium, probably the best on the album, makes you feel the spirit of the Berliners when they created such masterpieces like Phaedra or Stratosfear. It is worth listening!

    P.R.

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    11,01 EUR
  • Piotr Krupski, Friends | Electronic Worlds

    Piotr Krupski, Friends | Electronic Worlds

    Bestseller
    Piotr Krupski, talented musician from the city of Elbląg, is known for some interesting projects like Kombimus, Elbing 1904 and Light of truth. His latest work and simultanously debut in Generator.pl label brings a wide spectrum of collaborations with many synthetists - Władysław Komendarek, Sławomir and Tomasz Łosowski, Sebastian Orda-Sztark, Dieter Werner, Andrzej Mierzyński, Christian Rossle, Christian Rössle and Dariusz Wilk. Despite the gathering of artists penetrating distant EM climates and moods, the album surprisingly has both cohesive and conceptual spirit. Its strength is lyrical mysterious onirism, wide sound plans, eclecticism combining different styles of classical electronic music. Another virtue of the album is that the musicians mentioned above, especially the most deserving ones, can be seen as intergenerational bridges, which are the continuation of the development of the native Polish electronic scene. The album has exceptional contemplative character, emphasizing all what electronic music listners like most.

    P.R.

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    11,01 EUR
  • Asuntar | Pulses

    Asuntar | Pulses

    Bestseller
    Asuntar finally launch Generator.pl with the new premiere. Sonically, climatically and technically, he naturally joined well known Polish label that over the years promotes classical electronic music. After listening to the album you can ask yourself the question, whether the Berlin school with a solid dose of ambient music has still something to offer? It turns out that it has a lot. The main purpose of the music is not to open up its new horizons and tear down the existing order with every upcoming album. The music first of all should give a joy to the creator at the stage of composing and later to his listeners who will open their minds for this cosmic story. This is Asuntar's Pulses album, that delights by its space, remarkable arrangements and mystery.

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    11,01 EUR
  • Piotr Cieślik | Journey Into The Unknown

    Piotr Cieślik | Journey Into The Unknown

    Bestseller
    Here is the album of another talented artist, who makes his debut under the Generator.pl label. On the one hand, this is a travel in the abstract and unknown recesses of the imagination, on the other hand it is a journey to a very familiar moods under the sign of the Berlin school. Music full of color, gradually built tension, carefully orchestrated and pleasurable while listening. Piotr Cieślik smoothly moves and balances between the broad patches of sounds, rich sequences laced with beautiful melodies. Such a set of expressions probably will always have a bunch of enthusiastic supporters. It seems that on the Polish scene of classical electronic music another serious artist have just appeared, so it should be noted by the audience, critics and el-scene musicians. Especially for the last ones the new high-quality competitor is a good motivation for further work.

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    11,01 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
  • Piotr Gepert | Anunnaki

    Piotr Gepert | Anunnaki

    Bestseller
    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