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Saturday, August 29, 2015

Daniel Bloom - Thorn (1996)


Daniel Bloom's real name is Daniel Thomas Borcuch, a keyboardist and composer of electronic music from Poland. He has also written music for various films and in 2010 received an award from the cinema festival "Prowincjonalia  ".
"Thorn" is his debut album and has the mysticism of Steve Hillman and the music wizardry of Tangerine Dream. A great discovery!

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Saturday, August 22, 2015

Hydravion - Stratos Airlines (1979)



Experimental French rock band featuring lots of electronics courtesy of band leader Philippe Besombes. They use analogue synths, vocoder fx and psychedelic/funky guitar solos.


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Friday, August 21, 2015

Tyndall - Sonnenlicht (1980)



"Sonnenlicht" is the first album by the german synthesizer duo "Tyndall". Very atmospheric music similar to Cluster, Tangerine Dream and Kraftwerk.


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Tyndall - Traumland (1981)



A German synthesizer duo under the single name Tyndall. Their four released albums were typical for Electronic Music at that time. After the duo split, Jurgen Krehan continued to release albums in a different style, going the way of New Age and relaxing music, and changed his artist's name to Nik Tyndall.


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Thursday, August 20, 2015

Leon Lowman - Syntheseas (1980)





As well as a devoted painter and surfer of the East Coast, the synthesizer loving Leon Lowman privately released two albums “Syntheseas” (1980) and it’s follow up cassette only “Sound Horizon” (1982). Something of a homage to his love of the local seashore, the albums also express Leon's pure love of the synthesizer sound and reflect his unique melodic wanderings. With Leon's albums meeting little commercial success at the time of there release, both albums have in recent years become highly sought after.


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Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Amorphous Androgynous - A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble vol.1 disk 2 (2008)



This is the second disk of the wonderful psychedelic rock compilation from Amorphous Androgynous. Compiled with love, style, and eclectisism. Cranium Pie, Hawkwind, Donovan, Devendra Banhart are some of the highlights. Some tracks are really rare!

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Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Amorphous Androgynous - A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble vol.1 (2008)


Amorphous Androgynous is one of the Future Sound Of London's most well-known aliases. Used for their early-1990's album Tales Of Ephidrina and their more recent releases The Isness (2002), Alice In Ultraland (2005) and The Peppermint Tree & The Seeds Of Superconsciousness (2008).
"A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble" is a gorgeous compilation of psychedelic rock music and some songs are really rare and beautiful. This is a compilation put together by someone who obviously has a taste for good music and its maybe one of the best for that genre.

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Sunday, August 16, 2015

Quiet Force - Flow (1988)

Quiet Force is Stephan Töteberg (fretless bass, guitar, keyboards, synthesizer, drum machine, drum 
programming,engineer, mixing), Sophie Peycke (vocals), Diana Baden (vocals), Thomas Zander (trumpet), Jörg Jahn (saxophone), and Steve Wieters (saxophone). This is their first album and its mostly melodic new age music with some drum machine driven tracks. Its not hard to recognize the Yamaha DX-7 and E-MU synths used throughout the album. A perfect album for your summer vacations!

Serge Ramses - Secret (1978)



Serge Ramses is a french keyboardist/composer and his real name is Serge Lafosse. The music is undeniably progressive electronic, influenced by the Berlin School but without the sequencers. Serge Ramses has a cinematic approach to his compositions.

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Zorch - Glastonbury Live (2001)




Formed in 1973, Zorch were England's first totally electronic band, pioneering integrated performances of synthesizers and lightshow. Originally a four-piece, by 1975 Zorch were performing as a duo: Basil Brooks and Gwyo Zepix played just three monophonic EMS analogue synthesizers, but were augmented by Silver (dance) and a full-on psychedelic lightshow.The great Zorch concert :The clean, clear multi track recording is by Graham Hinton, Gwyo and Basil were in top form and it's simply a great record of the best Zorch gig I have witnessed to date. Plus Basil has come up with just the right cover.



Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Roedelius - Selbstportrait VI ,The Diary Of The Unforgotten (1972-1978)




Hans Joachim is a pioneer in the field of the exploitation of electrically generated tones, sounds and noises, and belongs to the founders of contemporary popular electronic music. His discography lists about 80 releases, and there are more than 10 productions ready to be released in the future.
He was a founding member of groups such as:
"Geräusche", "Plus/minus", "Per Sonare", the free artslab "Zodiak" in Berlin, "Kluster", "Cluster", "Harmonia", "Meeting Point Vienna", "Friendly Game", "Aquarello" and "Tempus Transit".
The Diary of the Unforgotten gathers a variety of home recordings crafted between his duties in Cluster and Harmonia and collaborating with Brian Eno during the years spanning 1972 and 1978. These are primarily lo-fi, improvised sound sketches, or “self-portraits” as the artist calls them, that reflect the pastoral calm of the riverbank behind his house. Synching up the synthesized atmospherics of the studio so they move as one with the water, meadow, farm animals, and passing wildlife outside his window, Roedelius offers listeners a glimpse into the solitude of his creative process with these ten compositions—something that anyone who has been following his legendary career can appreciate. The Diary of the Unforgotten is an essential piece of Roedelius history and a diary well worth remembering

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Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Pulsar - The Strands Of The Future (1976)



French progressive rock band whose influences include Pink Floyd and King Crimson, plus classical musicians such as Gustav Mahler. During the early 1980s, the group performed and composed the music for a Franco‑Austrian musical theatre production.

Line-Up:

- Victor Bosch / drums, percussion
- Gilbert Gandil / guitars, vocals
- Roland Richard / flute, strings
- Jacques Roman / organ, Mellotron, bass, synthesizers
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The Nightcrawlers ‎– Stellar Tunnel (1985)


Early synthesizer space-music group centered around Peter Gulch. Formed in 1980, disbanded in 1991, after releasing 3 full-length record albums and more than 35 cassette albums.

Please note: I have the rest of their albums in cd-r format. You can buy these albums here: http://www.discogs.com/sell/list?artist_id=249113&ev=ab


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Analogy vol.2 (compilation - 2006)



Here is the second analogy compilation which is equally beautifull.
tracklist:
  1. ROGUE ELEMENT - Mellowtronthoughts [4:05]
  2. FRANΗOIS-POL CORNEC - Tτle Ondulιe [5:16]
  3. 4M33S - Sunrise on Cyderia [2:49]
  4. GERT EMMENS & RUUD HEIJ - Velvet Sky [7:14]
  5. RUSSELL STOREY - Cosmic Kiwi II part 1 [1:48]
  6. JAMES J CLENT - Black Tails [4:01]
  7. CRAIG PADILLA - Improbability Drive [4:40]
  8. KEES AERTS - Branch Hopping [6:40]
  9. ZEN PARADOX - Creation Garden [4:03]
  10. STEPHEN PARSICK - Electromagnetic [7:03]
  11. CREATE - Reaching Out [5:06]
  12. ALTRES - Dusktreader [2:16]
  13. RUSSELL STOREY - Cosmic Kiwi II part 2 [2:22]
  14. REMOTION - Sonar Vision [5:21]
  15. REMY - Expectations [6:57]
  16. EM2 - Where two worlds meet [5:07]
    EM2 is Gert Emmens and Embrase
  17. RON BOOTS - Sneak Preview [5:00]

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Analogy vol.1 (compilation - 2005)



Create - Analogue Revival [8:02]
Remotion - Freeflight [5:17]
Loren Nerell & Steve Roach & Chuck Oken - Zone Patrol [8:14]
Paul Ellis & Steve Roach - Where are you? [5:58]
4m33s - Elegy [3:56]
Gert Emmens - The Morning after [6:23]
Syn - Viking Mission II [7:52]
Russell Storey - Cosmic Kiwi [6:43]
Kees Aerts - Grey Keys [7:45]
Altres - Brain Flame [7:54]
Modulator ESP - Tsunami [5:18]
Ian Tescee - Aquamarine [3:49]

The "Analogy Vol. 1" compilation was spawned under the ruling that each artist could use no more than 3 analogue synths (not counting drum machines, effects units, etc.). The music ranges from traditional sequencer-based berlin school (create, syn, altres, modulator esp), via melodical (remotion, emmens, aerts, tescee), ambient (ellis and roach, 4m33s) to experimental (nerell, roach and oken, storey).