€ 7,90 – € 10,00
Released: 1989 By Groove Unlimited
CD, MP3, FLAC
Phil Derby / Electroambient Space
Recorded in 1989, released on CD in 1996, reissued in 2004. Some discs are worth being resurrected, and Hydrythmix is one of them.
The powerful classic Berlin school sequencing grabs you immediately on The Rising Sun”
Matt Howarth / soniccuriosity
This release from 2004 features 79 minutes of powerful EM, originally recorded and released back in 1989 on cassette.Combining Boots masterful electronics and Broekhuis rhythmic expertise, the result could only be dazzling and engaging.
Sparkling notes cascade with exhilaration, flowing past surging riffs that captivate the audience and spilling into a zone where everything collides with creative forethought. Heavenly airs waft above as these elements merge and infiltrate each other.Chords meld into other notes. Sequenced threads loop and recycle until a lavish panorama is achieved. Beats pitter and patter, mounting to generate impassioned tempos.Lurking in these melodies is a profusion of vivacious pinnacles, each of which delivers a severe dose of optimism and elation. Stately, slow-building patterns accrete power and auxiliary textures until they reach gripping crescendos of immensely satisfying proportion.The journey to those peaks is as thrilling as the zeniths themselves. With each passing moment, tension builds, tickling the audience with the promise of grand apexes in store for all. When those ecstatic heights are reached, the music continues to deliver reward after reward, almost exhausting the listener…until the next tracks momentous skyward course replenishes vigor with harmonic ease.
On this release, you will encounter a track that is a preliminary version of material that later evolved into Broekhuis The Escher Drawings” CD.
2005. Matt Howarth / soniccuriosity“
Hydrythmix: Project TWO Point ONE is a heavy-handed sequencer set from Ron Boots and Bas Broekhuis. Ron and Bas have demonstrated their improvisational skills before on other studio and concert collaborations. They are able to improvise within a loose structure. To quote Kees Aerts
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