Jerome Froese – Far Side of the Face


Released: 2012 By Moonpop

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  1. Flight Of Fancy [05:53]
  2. Novembernauts [14:19]
    with Johannes Schmoelling
  3. Scroll To Position [07:25]
  4. Her Majesty’s Adornments [10:10]
  5. Crystal Red [04:56]
    with Johannes Schmoelling
  6. Inner Canon Of The Yellow Emperor [05:54]
  7. A Neo-Victorian Romance [05:48]
  8. Control Your Curiosity [06:22]
  9. Captain Of The Skies [03:45]

After the release of Loom Scored in 2012, Jerome Froese has now completed his third studio album Far Side of the Face. The release is around 62 minutes long featuring additions from Johannes Schmoelling.

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Weight 105 g




1 review for Jerome Froese – Far Side of the Face

  1. Sylvain Lupari / & synth&

    Strange phenomenon that is Jerome Froese! In spite of strong albums, the Medias always hesitate to write or speak about his works. I did the test with Far Side of the Face (and by ricochet with Cases of Recurrence). I deliberately chose not to speak about it; just to see when would appear a first review. And 6 months later; zip! Nada! Nothing! Are we avoiding the son of Edgar? The question should be asked. Because in spite of a series of very beautiful albums there are very few reviews and papers concerning the works of this brilliant young musician of the EM scene’s take over. And nevertheless Far Side of the Face takes on a quite particular character with Johannes Schmoelling’s presence who brings a very TD touch with his synths as melodious as discordant, caressing marvellously Jerome Froese’s very noisy psychedelico-rhythmic universe. Making so another very beautiful album for Jerome’s 3rd studio opus. Different and more driven than his precedents, but an album which leaves an indelible track in your ears and on your walls

    Delicate arpeggios fall like drops of rain in a suite of four sequenced keys in the introductory mist of Flight of Fancy”. The melodious start hesitating. Hanging on to the pulsations of a bass line

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