- Reinheit Satz I [2:58]
- Reinheit Satz II [4:29]
- Reinheit Satz III [9:35]
- Reinheit Satz IV [5:38]
- Reinheit Satz V [5:19]
- Reinheit Satz VI [12:17]
- Reinheit Satz VII [5:15]
- Reinheit Satz VIII [3:58]
- Reinheit Satz IX [13:50]
- Reinheit Satz X [11:40]
A. Mierle –
Astonishing. Great sub-sonic effects buried in sequences and landscapes from some other planet.Great stereo fx effects with a lot of hints on Jarre’s Oxygene and Equinoxe.
I recommend listening to this on earphones.
2010. A. Mierle
Matt Howarth / Sonic Curiosity –
This CD from 2010 offers 75 minutes of gentle electronic music.
Delicate electronics serve to generate calming tuneage devoted to a state of mental purity.Airy textures establish a gentle backdrop for equally gentle electronics. The atmospheric basis is soft and appealing, providing a suitable foundation for additional layers to achieve celestial beauty and instill in the listener a sense of cosmic serenity. Pleasant effects bubble just beneath the surface, hinting at activity to come.
When that activity arrives, its presence slides smoothly into play. Sinuous riffs emerge in tandem with mild rhythms, creating an appealing melody whose bouncy definition progresses with mounting charm, finally delivering the audience to a passage of understated churning, a way station that revitalizes with fragile tones and prepares one for the next ascension. This next stage smolders for a while in a realm of satiny minimalism that features portentous sparkles.
While keyboards are utilized, their presence is mainly felt through sustained chords that achieve sweeping tonalities which subsequently drift like tender breezes. When keys are fingered, they produce tranquil notes whose prolonged substance melt perfectly with the overall textural nature of the music.
For the most art, these compositions exhibit a striking ambience, creating stretches of gentle harmonics that incite relaxation. Rhythms play a rare role in the tuneage, appearing only sparsely and in drastically understated fashion so as not to disturb the music’s main peacefulness.
2010. Matt Howarth / Sonic Curiosity