Weltpark Antarktis - Christoph Kranig - Places Of Peace And Freedom
Label: Not On Label - none • Format: CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Electronic • Style: Berlin-School, New Age
A 's project of Marcello Giombini and Dino Siani. See also: Giombini, Marcello. Weltpark Antarktis - Christoph Kranig - Places Of Peace And Freedom do a lot of vocal experiments and drum machine rhythms. However, the above cassette includes "Vanilla Level", a nice instrumental electronic track, still with some Weltpark Antarktis - Christoph Kranig - Places Of Peace And Freedom synth traits but also very Prog.
File under Weltpark Antarktis - Christoph Kranig - Places Of Peace And Freedom . This is experimental electronics. The exact style Samochody - Sexbomba - Boom not known but I suppose fans of Conrad Schnitzler may check it out.
Melbourne-based artist who uses mostly microsynths, such as the Volca series to create varied compositions. The Month Machine is rather ambient but also experimental. Fine stuff. Although purely new age i. I dont know anything about the second volume, but interesting tracks on the release include A8 so dark and mysterious, I can't imagine this used for any massage at allB4, B6 bubbling bass arpeggio, a repeating melody The rest is not necessarily bad, just sort of forgettable.
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Collection of Works Ambient I S. Kalinski, Dariusz Poland. Polish artist with an individual, sometimes Berlin School -inspired style. Kalmankantaja Finland. One-man black metal band Passive Aggressive - Family Of Dog - Disliked Aki Klemm.
Reflective and melancholic, but not dark. Melodic, easy-on-the-ear music from this artist originally out of Mexico, now residing and working in Miami, Florida. Part 1 of Emotional Backlash starts with a bass throb and a solemn synth theme.
Very nice percussion arrangement is a welcome extra to an otherwise very Jarre -like in mood, not in sound anthemic piece. Part 2, on the other hand, is much more atmospheric, with fat bass synth runs and reflective pads. The melodies are very tasty and overall it sounds like a classic piece of EM that Jarre never did. Part 3 brings in yet another great melodic theme, while the music stays profoundly synthetic, at the same time retaining its wider appeal. The marching drums give this track sort of a Vangelis flair reminiscent of "To the Unknown Man".
The fourth part starts with a tour-de-force one-note bass sequence, over which a Vangelis -like melodic theme plays. One is reminded on the Chariots of Fire soundtrack. Nice piano theme at the end! Part 5 is more dramatic with desert howls and fat, almost symphonic synths. After the drums kick in, it transforms into a stingy electronic ballad. The sixth part is heavy on the bass, but the melodic element is still there, although the theme itself is not as strong as on some other pieces.
Personally, I found this track a bit bland and nondescript. On Part 7 the author tries to convey the atmosphere that was present on Jarre ' first couple of albums. Whether he succeeds is for listeners to decide. The atmospheric section then gives way for an aggressive upbeat sequence that drives the rest of the track along. Nice composition that will be enjoyed by most EM fans! An unusual sequence greets us as we enter Part 8. The track once again has a distinctive Jarre flair in the melodic department.
However, the rhythms are heavier and quite original. Part 9 starts with a dramatic and soundtracky piano theme. Another theme is introduced while the sound pallette expands to include more synthesizers. Emotional Backlash is a fine album that will be enjoyed by fans of melodic and tuneful Electronic Music. Kalugin, Antony Ukraine. Mostly 'one-man band' instrumental progrock sometimes with a new age vibe based on keyboards from this Kharkiv-born musician.
However, there is also a strong Ambient influence and some of the tracks are completely ambient. In others, there are long ambient parts. Ka mada, Tadashi Japan. Home Made Music with A. Koshi and T. Experimental musician and founder of DD. Records cassette label. He has an extensive discography and apparently, not all of it is EM-related.
In the early days he seems to have been inspired by Brian Eno. Home Made Music seems to contain, at least partly, genuinely krauty moments.
Further investigation is needed. Ka mazi Germany. A pseudonym of Andy Hart. This is a one-track inclusion so far thanks to the cosmic, shimmering "LOx". Ka meel Farah, John Canada. Pianist and electronic composer, current member of Canadian Electronic Ensemble. Time Sketches is dominated by piano but also has a lot of electronics throughout, hinting at both minimalist composers and at times Vangelis on the longer "Fantasia".
See also: Canadian Electronic Ensemble, The. Dramatic, semi-acoustic Ambient with a large piano presence. Ka minski, Peter Germany. Synthesis 4. Mu Tomb of Pharaoh soundtrack. A bit funky, with vocoder voices and typical Japanese sound, reminding at times on some vintage anime soundtracks. Kamiyama, Kenta Japan. Signs of Rain Notturno with Ynaktera.
Italian Dark Ambient formation active from the 's. Kanaan Live recorded in Peter Frohmader 's band from the 70's that mixed jazz-rock and Electronic Music. See also: Frohmader, PeterRuediger, Uwe. Brooklyn-based artist who uses vintage synthesizers. Her style is atmospheric, melodic and lush, sometimes bringing to mind some Vangelissometimes quite original. Sometimes she sings in a nice voicewhich doesn 't spoil the music as is often the case with EM, but rather adds a personal touch.
Hell In A Handbasket - The Exploders - New Variations Kolorowa Tecza?? Nowa Nadzieja?? Robert Kanaan is a Polish composer with an individual style. He started with Electronic Music already in the 's. Since then he has written many soundtracks, including many for theatre productions, and released some albums on cassette and later on CD.
Recently re-released by Taped Sounds. Varied short synth tracks, from experimental to melodic and sequencer-based. As a result, each album features one side of experimental collage and one side of ghostly atmospherics. Experimental, but also melodic synth soundscapes. Some drums and guitars.
Nelajsia Trpezlivosti Svetla 1 Trpezlivosti Svetla 2 Guitar-based Ambient. Like Jeff Pearce? Vaporwave-related project. Kontakt is Weltpark Antarktis - Christoph Kranig - Places Of Peace And Freedom moody, melodic ambient album. One of the members takes care of electronics and the other one plays guitar and lots of processing devices. Collaboration between George Thompson and Gordon Pohl.
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