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PostPosted: Sun Dec 04, 2011 6:09 am    New reviews on Synth&Sequences (Week of December 5th, 20 Reply with quoteBack to top

Hello everybody. November saw 19 chronicles posted on Synth & Sequences, which is lot of writing and reading. Reviews are written in French and English, which explains why it could be long before a CD gets reviewed. So, those who are expecting a review don’t be discouraged because it's taking time. I’ll do it for sure and I’ll try to do it before the end of the year. Thanks for your understanding.
The last 2 weeks mark a good turn in S&S as the Blog reached the spot of 80,000 hits. Thanks to all of you.

In Apollo, Synth NL released his more completed work with structures at once complex and melodious which bring us so near the boundaries of Jarre's Rendez-Vous:
http://synthsequences.blogspot.com/2011/11/synthnl-apollo-2011.html

After hearing Apollo I had the urge need to listen to Jarre's Rendez-Vous:
http://synthsequences.blogspot.com/2011/11/jean-michel-jarre-rendez-vous-1986.html

Can Atilla is a great unknown EM artist. His latest album on Groove; Hi-Story is among the nicest surprises this year:
http://synthsequences.blogspot.com/2011/11/can-atilla-hi-story-2011_29.html

And his Live album, back in 2003 is among my all time melodious EM opus. There are jewels on this album which I strongly recommend:
http://synthsequences.blogspot.com/2011/11/can-atilla-live-2003.html

The Rise of the Darkness from Syndromeda is as good as it's dark and progressive. This is great EM like the early days or mid 70's:
http://synthsequences.blogspot.com/2011/12/syndromeda-rise-of-darkness-2011.html

While Mind TRIPS, always from Danny Budts’ Syndromeda is an unknown masterpiece of contemporary EM. I rated as masterpiece:
http://synthsequences.blogspot.com/2011/12/syndromeda-mind-trips-1997.html

Coming soon on Synth&Sequences, reviews of the latest VOID, which is outstanding, new Ron Boots, Robert Schroeder, Remember Green and Polaris and Krzysztof Horn. If I have times and if health is on my side I’ll dig into new Robert Rich, Steve Roach and Sam Rosenthal
Have a great Sunday, a great week and a great piece of life
Sylvain Lupari
http://www.facebook.com/sylvain.lupari
http://www.gutsofdarkness.com/god/home.php
http://synthsequences.blogspot.com/

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