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Sat Dec 17, 2011 2:33 am New reviews on Synth&Sequences (Week of December 19th, 2
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.
Here's a very nice surprise. Void's Avoidance will please all of you who like Jean Michel Jarre, Ramp, Redshift and Tangerine Dream. It's somber, lively and builds on great sequencing. A must have:
Over the years Ron Boots accustomed us to great works. Even if slightly different from his previous works, La Caída de Hormigón is no different from the magic touch of Ron Boots. It’s great, intense and very musical:
While I was on La Caída de Hormigón I took the opportunity to translate other reviews that I wrote on Guts of Darknees. So here’s a review of Derby!
And the wonderful of Beyond the Boundaries of Twilight, one of Top 2009 EM opuses:
Esthétique is another fine musical journey into the modern world of Robert Schroeder
One of the most amazing works in EM this year is the fruit of Polaris and Krzysztof Horn union. Collision is stunning and very impressive. It’s the perfect team up of modern sound to old Berlin School moods:
You can also find a review (translated from a 2008 French review) of Background Stories:
As Ron Boots, Steve Roach pile great works. Journey of One is an amazing journey into his ambient tribal world:
Enjoy your week-end and have a great Christmas time to all of you.
Next on Synth&Sequences reviews of new Sam Rosenthal, Robert Rich, Remember Green (it’s entering my ears), Alluste, Steve Smith.
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