MoonSatellite – Strange Music

 15,49

Released: 2018 By PWM Distribution

3 in stock (can be backordered)

SKU: 75725 Category:

Description

  1. Strange Music #1 � [13:42]
  2. Strange Music #2 � [7:33]
  3. Strange Music #3 � [9:36]
  4. Strange Music #4 � [13:17]
  5. Strange Music #5 � [5:48]
  6. Strange Music #6 � [8:51]
  7. Strange Music #7 � [7:05]

This is the perfect mix between Jarre and Berlin School recommended

Additional information

Weight 105 g
Medium

CD-R

Package

Jewel Case

1 review for MoonSatellite – Strange Music

  1. Sylvain Lupari

    Strange Music is another strike of magic from MoonSatellite. Album after album, the musician from Nancy in France raises the bar of his art by revivifying this magic which continues to grow since he thrown us his Sequenzer – Volume 1 between the ears in 2009. For Wolf Lone, this album is also the culmination of Dark Summer. And according to its melancholy precepts, Strange Music initiates another lyrical and dreamlike journey where melancholic tears and sighs from synths get mingle to melodic sequences where blow synth pads which make us drift into a cosmos whose energy stars warm the tones rather analog of the synths. Another nice album where our senses are invaded by the magic of MoonSatellite, and it doesn’t take too much time!

    After the usual electronic noises, a symphony of layers with an analog sweetness gets in our ears. The movement is drifting and is embellished of monastic voices. More than 3 minutes later, the sequencer goe s into harmonic mode. And one of the riches, because there are several, of Wolf Lone’s repertoire is his ability to sculpt harmonic rhythms which always remain in a hovering state, even if the sequences are kicking for a pulsating rhythm which buzzes of several other sequences. There are two lines of rhythms on Strange Music # 1″. An oscillating one with a melody weaver of earworm clinging to its loops

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