Andreas Akwara & Bj�rn Lutz – Ambush


Released: 2004 By Andreas Akwara

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  1. Nu ages [5:03]
  2. Ambush [3:20]
  3. Emily W.(3rd Edit) [3:44]
  4. Circle [4:19]MP3 soundclip of Circle [3:00]
  5. Emily W (2nd Edit) [3:49]
  6. Peace [5:33]
  7. At all delight [4:04]
  8. El Presidente [2:55]
  9. Zauberwald [2:20]
  10. AF 4590 6: 15
  11. Synthetic Horizon (alternate Version) [6:05]

Versatile, uplifting

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Weight 105 g



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4 reviews for Andreas Akwara & Bj�rn Lutz – Ambush

  1. Hector Jordan / Spain

    Andreas Akwara and Bjorn Lutz show a convincing way to make music for our days, adapted to the actual times. Throughout the 11 pieces we will have a chance to attend all kinds of passages, from those fragments that invite us to dance to those others that are far more introspective and whose melodies transpire an originality that cannot be denied.
    The style, electronic, agile and with a liberal use of sequencers, enters within the realm of Synth-Pop, although with traits of Space Music.

    2004. Hector Jordan / Spain

  2. Pedro Caliu / Spain

    Through accident I came across this album in Brazil. I am really stunned.
    Ambush” is an album that could easily sell nicely in any modern music store. Tracks 1(!!!)

  3. Matt Howarth / Soniccuriosity

    This release from 2004 features 47 minutes of bewitching electronic music.
    Pleasant electronics blend with an undercurrent of sampled voices, creating an earnest harmonic sense that is amply assisted by spacey keyboards and gently applied rhythmics. Astral passages become grounded by appealing tempos that grow into lavish gestalts of land and sky. A terrain of hypnotic melodies is invaded by organic sincerity, producing a sonic landscape that blossoms with optimism and inviting tuneage.
    An overwhelming warmth permeates this music, capturing human emotion and transforming cosmic aspirations into earthy sentiments. Catchy riffs filter through an insistent mist of ambience.
    Generally nebulous passages are invigorated by clever harmonics and attractive beats, bestowing body on that ambience and elevating the tunes to more substantial proportion.
    Some tracks explore global politics with sampled voices memorializing significant international events.

    2005. Matt Howarth / Soniccuriosity

  4. Roberto Vales Fernndez / Atcticmist

    El compositor alemn Andreas Akwara nos presenta un nuevo trabajo en colaboracin con Bjrn Lutz, este lleva por titulo Ambush. En esta nueva produccin de este sintetista nos encontramos ms influencias de diversos estilos musicales y no solamente de la electrnica ms clsica como en su anterior disco. En Ambush nos sigue presentando las influencias de su origen pero estas se ven acompaadas por un amalgama de sonidos ms contemporneos que redundan para conseguir un disco mucho ms completo, ms lleno de pequeos matices que hacen mucho ms agradable su disfrute.
    Andreas no se ha dejado acompaar de los fciles sonidos considerados como contemporneos, sino que se ha aprovechado de estos para unirlos con sonidos procedentes de pases como la India para crear una atmsfera ms irreal y ms cautivadora al mismo tiempo. Ambush no es una coleccin de ambientes y sonidos, sino que adems, Andreas da un nuevo giro y nos sorprende con un aadido un tanto especial, las voces ge George Bush y de Fidel Castro, este ltimo en un tema titulado El Presidente.
    Ambush es un paseo por ambientes imaginarios pero que con esas sutilezas de la realidad nos hace volver al ritmo del da a da y nos traslada de nuevo a este mundo imperfecto en el que vivimos.

    2005. Roberto Vales Fernndez / Atcticmist

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