Released: 2017 By Brainwork
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Finally a new Rythmic Berlin School Album by Brainworls Uwe Saher.
Marco Smit / Netherlands
For those who love the Drums and Bass style this album is an must have. Best track on the album is Berlin Bass awesome solo’s and great dynamic sound.
2017. Marco Smit / Netherlands
Sylvain Lupari / synth&sequences.com
Brainwork had broken a long silence of 6 years in 2003 with the release of Back to Future. Uwe Saher mixed remarkably his contagious and deafening rhythms of his alter ego Element 4 to movements of rhythms and to vibes stolen in the roots of Berlin School. Back to Future II continues in this vein, going even farther with long musical acts where the kind of Trance’n’Dance wears out prematurely our floors while making the neighbors rage. Chronicle of an album which inevitably will please to those who appreciate, without sparing their ears, the kind of Electronica served a la Jean Michel Jarre sauce.
We are fast taken by surprise by the very ambiospherical and chthonian approach of Green Lake”. Pushes of wind which make shout the dust reveal its first seconds. Somber sinuous synth lines hide hoarse breaths of which the reverberations spread a vampiric bass line. The symbiosis between these two elements creates the perfect illusion that we are in the cave of one dark forest where resound bells of a not too welcoming church. Luciferian choirs amplify this impression when techno beatings knock down the vapor. A delicate melody reveals its magnetizing loops when the rhythm explodes even more with boom-boom and tchak-tchak which resound madly
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