UNI SPHERE – Endless Endeavor

 9,90 11,90

Released: 2015 By Groove Unlimited

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  1. Pivoting Pathways
  2. Radiant Realm
  3. Vulnerable Values
  4. Jocular Jive
  5. Compromising Colors
  6. Endless Endeavour part 1,2 & 3 *
  7. Liberating Loyalty
  8. Eloquent Exposure**
  9. Obviously Orbiting
  10. Contemplating Calmness

Unisphere are Rene Splinter and Eric v.d. Heijden. Majestic, warm and melodic full in the style of both musicians. TD fans should not miss this, the vibe of the Early 80’s are here!!

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Weight 105 g



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3 reviews for UNI SPHERE – Endless Endeavor

  1. Sylvia Sommerfeld (Translation: Eric van der Heijden)

    With the debut album Endless Endeavor” UNI Sphere have succeeded making a masterpiece. A CD with 10 titles that have IT in them. A lot of different styles of electronic music can be heard on this CD. Powerful

  2. Bert Strolenberg / SonicImmersion.org

    What to expect from two accomplished musicians in their own right who decide to collaborate in a new project? Well, combining the sonic pathways of Eric van der Heijden and Ren Splinter under the Uni Sphere moniker has led to an emotive, sparkling and evocative outcome on their debut EndLess EndeavoR, which was made available to the public on the E-Live 2015 festival. On the same occasion, the duo performed a very fine concert together, receiving a most enthusiast response from the crowd. The almost 71-minute release, kicking off with the strong Pivoting Pathways contains ten tracks with a fine assortment of captivating sounds, energetic sequencer leads, moodscapes along a couple of solo voices. The sound design and percussion as we know them from Johannes Schmoelling is also present, but applied to original and new compositions that go beyond and past regular melodic-oriented tunes. From time to time, theres a pleasant mellowness runn i ng through the outcome along some fine piano work as featured in the great 3-part title piece. The latter is a rather complex 15-minute electronic symphony unfolding gradually and revealing many details while pairing lots of sonic ingredients along the way. After that we ride the emotive breeze of the gentle Liberating Liberty. Other strong efforts are Obviously Orbiting and Contemplating Calmness rounding out the album: both merge great synth pads and hooks to an attractive and emotive result. Applause to you guys for this wonderful

  3. Sylvain Lupari / gutsofdarkness.com & synthsequences.blogspot.ca

    UNIsphere is the sum of 2 Dutch musicians who are fascinated by an EM based on a rhythmic and melodious approach. If one, Ren Splinter, likes a rhythmical EM which is strongly influenced by Tangerine Dream’s Schmoelling era, the other one, Eric van der Heijden, is a melodist in the lineage of Vangelis and likes arrangements which add a very beautiful depth to a style which links skillfully the bridge between the Greek magician and the gang of Froese in the 80’s. Endless Endeavor is the direct reflection of these poles of influences. This first album proposes 10 piece of music which respect the ABC of EM Berlin School style with structures, for the majority, which develop slowly in order to switch for ambient rhythms and to some good sequenced rhythms. And in the end, the biggest merit of Endless Endeavor is to plunge the listener into a universe which has no secrets anymore to the fans of the kind… except those secrets of Ren Splinter and Eric van der Heijden. And as soon as the first colors of the sounds of Pivoting Pathways” are falling between our ears

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