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Sylvain Lupari

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  1. We are in 1975; Pink Floyd pushes the delusions of progressive music by using a synthesized, atmospheric and floating approach with Wish you Were Here. Progressive rock gets more nobility and the electronic rock continues on its cosmic élan. While Tangerine Dream releases the somber Rubycon, Klaus Schulze shapes its spectral waves to offer us an outstanding work without smudges. Behind a stunning artwork, Klaus proposes us a galactic journey on the wings of time. Timewind, dedicated to Richard Wagner, is a long cosmic journey as much enchanting as its artwork. A metallic wind blows on a dus
  2. Always very avant-gardist, Robert Schröder liked to go off the beaten track by propelling his electronic music, guided by the PPG Wave 2synth, in an approach of rock band with the contribution of real musicians, either; Charly Büchel on guitar, Rob van Schalk on bass and Fred Severloh at the drum. The result gave a rather Funky album, a style that Robert Schröder will push even more in the coming years, that could be played as well at 45 rpm than at 33 rpm. “Mosaique” was released only on vinyl. For a reason of author's rights, this album, that Robert Schröder seems to deny, has never known a
  3. A distant shadow whistling like a hollow breeze, hoops which spread layers of echoes, bubbles of white noises which burst and a cadaveric pulsation of a bass which tries to create a rhythm; "Innermost Structure" dips us back into this universe of soft rhythms and surrealist ambiences which had structured the main part of the last studio album from Martin Nonstatic, Granite released on the Lyonnais label Ultimae Records in 2015. And contrary to his nom de plume, Martin van Rossum proposes on “Ligand” another universe where the stasis of elements and of the white noises saturate structures where
  4. In a parallel to his solo career, Thomas Meier highlights other musical visions within the trio MTA LAB which includes the musicians Marcel Margis (Synth, Sequencer and Drumcomputer) and Andre Danker (Synth and guitars) since 2016. Walking a little on ashes of Synthetica, especially for these dances of Zombies snorting ether, “In Luv” still exploits these evolutionary structures of rhythms where the sequences and the percussions confront or complete each other in a pond of percussive effects even more striking. Available in a download format on the Bandcamp site of SynGate, “In Luv” shows prou
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