Released: 2001 By kuSpheric Music
1 in stock (can be backordered)
Full of sequences and atmosphere
Sylvain Lupari / gutsofdarkness.com & synthsequences.blogspot.ca
I like going off to explore these albums and these artists that the time has buried far in the forgetting. At the time where the Berlin School style gets metamorphosed with the presence of the MIDI technology and the massive use of samplings, a movement of resistance raged in the German underground scene. The big labels have skimmed the genre, keeping the most known names and favoring the American answer to the German EM; the New Age and the Easy Listening. Artists such as Lambert Ringlage, Stephen Parsick, Klaus Schulze (with IC), Robert Schroder and Mario Schnwalder, to name only those, stayed the guard dogs of a movement which became a little more progressive and which at the same time was also going to give birth to the New Berlin School. It’s in this stride that Spheric Music was set up. This label of Lambert Ringlage was going to produce a series of albums which would respect the tangents of the German movement, while finding a pleia d of local talents and a few outsiders. Apeiron is one of these names. Andreas Konrad is the man behind Apeiron. Imagic is his 3rd album to appear on Lambert’s label and recuts a surprising range of a genre which literally revolutionized the musical art.
Way to Paradise” tickles our hearing with a lineage of twinkling stars which sparkle like knocks of baguettes on a crystal xylophone. A pad of voices invites itself quite slowly in this astral choreography
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