V/A – After Midnight


Released: 2012 By AD Music

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  1. The Pels Syndicate – Everybody
  2. David Wright – China Calling
  3. Sylvain Carel – Nucleogenesis
  4. Robert Fox – Soundtrack For A Fantasy
  5. Steve Orchard – Realm
  6. Claudio Merlini – Autumn Leaves
  7. Bekki Williams – And She Held The Moon
  8. Glenn Main – Deep Within
  9. Richard Bone – Eucalyptico
  10. Divine Matrix – Fractal Dream
  11. Code Indigo – MELTdown SE
  12. Dead Beat Project – Memoires Astrales
  13. Dreamer Project – Ocean
  14. Geigertek – Girl Friday

The 100 th release of AD Music is a unique gem with lots of great music on it by the cream of the crop from AD Music.

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Weight 105 g



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1 review for V/A – After Midnight

  1. Sylvain Lupari / gutsofdarkness.com & synth&sequences.com

    The adventure AD Music began in 1989 with the publication of Reflections, the first album of its founder David Wright. Since then, the English label reached the high standards of artistic quality with a constant quest for new artists and new musical orientations, enriching so a catalog which covers all the spheres of contemporary EM. And it’s the reflection of After Midnight. This last compilation of AD Music is an impressive artistic window where 16 artists reveal as much musical orientations which melt in the ears like oniric rustles.

    The Pels Syndicate opens the ball with a technod track la sauce Kraftwerk. The rhythm of Everybody” jumps of its muffled pulsations from a loudspeaker to another around good orchestral arrangements of which the violent jolts chop the vocoder effects and the voices pads which melt into fine harmonious lassoes. “China Calling” brings us into David Wright’s Asian romances. It’s a long hypnotic track with dialogues in mute which draws its delicate rhythm around bongo kind of percussions and a bass line with chords pounding slightly in the harmonies of a melody flowing finely on a jerked debit. Sylvain Carel’s “Nucleogenesis” jumps up softly in the furrows of Caravansary. Although less orchestral

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