mardi 3 décembre 2019

ALLUSTE: In the Deep Blue (2019)


Alluste invites us to discover a last album always more convincing with a better-defined vision of the Chris Franke style
https://www.synthsequences.com/post/alluste-in-the-deep-blue-2019


Alluste nous invite à découvrir un dernier album toujours plus convaincant avec une vision mieux définie du style Chris Franke
https://www.synthsequences.com/post/alluste-in-the-deep-blue-2019-fr

FRANK MAKOWSKI: Canon der Finsternisse (2019)


What a comeback from Frank Makowski! We know that we are dealing with a major work by the attachment that we develop over the course of its discovery…
https://www.synthsequences.com/post/frank-makowski-canon-der-finsternisse-2019



Tout un retour de Frank Makowski! Nous savons que nous avons affaire à une œuvre majeure par l'attachement que nous développons au fil de sa découverte…
https://www.synthsequences.com/post/frank-makowski-canon-der-finsternisse-2019-fr

ANSGAR STOCK: Episode 1-A New Generation (2019)

Quite amazing how this young kid arouses us with big heavy electronic rock, like he makes us travel throughout dreamlike galaxies with floating rhythms
https://www.synthsequences.com/post/ansgar-stock-episode-1-a-new-generation-2019




Assez étonnant comment ce jeune nous allume avec du gros et lourd e-rock, comme il nous fait voyager à travers des galaxies oniriques avec ses rythmes flottants
https://www.synthsequences.com/post/ansgar-stock-episode-1-a-new-generation-2019-1

lundi 2 décembre 2019

BERTRAND LOREAU: Eternal Sorrows (2019)

Wonderful Bertrand Loreau! A jump in the past with a symphony of vintage electronic music that has a hint of psychedelism that will fill our memories of the 70's
https://www.synthsequences.com/post/bertrand-loreau-eternal-sorrows-2019



Magnifique Bertrand Loreau! Un saut dans le passé avec une symphonie de musique électronique vintage qui a un soupçon de psychédélisme qui remplira nos souvenirs des années 70
https://www.synthsequences.com/post/bertrand-loreau-eternal-sorrows-2019-fr

ZODIAC: I.C. (1995-2019)

With 4 long titles that transited between modernist, vintage, complexity and accessibility; this I.C. was, and still is, a fresh breath of originality;
https://www.synthsequences.com/post/zodiac-i-c-1995-2019



Avec 4 long titres qui transitent entre le moderniste, le vintage, la complexité et l'accessibilité; I.C. était, et est encore, une bouffée d'originalité 
https://www.synthsequences.com/post/zodiac-i-c-1995-2019-fr

NORD: Horizons (2019)

You have probably guessed it by now ... I like the music of Sztakics István Attila! Whether with his pen name, Andreas Meyer (excellent EM here) or Nord, the Romanian musician-engineer-composer always manages to awaken this flame, sometimes asleep, of the Berlin School. Even with his electronic progressive rock clothes! Like here, with HORIZONS


 

Vous vous en doutez sans doute…J'aime bien la musique de Sztakics István Attila! Que cela soit avec son nom-de-plume, Andreas Meyer (excellente MÉ ici) ou Nord, le musicien-ingénieur-compositeur Roumain arrive toujours à éveiller cette flamme, parfois endormie, de la Berlin School. Même avec ses habits de rock progressif électronique! Comme ici, avec HORIZONS

JAMES MURRAY & FRANCIS M GRI: REMOTE REDUX (2019)

Between Michael Stearns' oceanic panoramas, M'Oceans, and the best textures of caramelized ambiances of abstract melodies from Solar Fields, REMOTE REDUX is a gem for ambient music lovers https://www.synthsequences.com/post/james-murray-francis-m-gri-remote-redux-2019
Entre les panoramas océaniques de Michael Stearns, M'Oceans, et les meilleures textures d'ambiances caramélisées de mélodies abstraites de Solar Fields, REMOTE REDUX
https://www.synthsequences.com/post/james-murray-francis-m-gri-remote-redux-2019-fr

dimanche 1 décembre 2019

SYNTH&SEQUENCES keeps moving

Dear readers and followers, I want to thank you warmly for this massive support of you in the evolution of my Blog Synth & Sequences. Unfortunatly, du to the fact that it has a lot of stuff and a long list of artist whose music is reviewed here, I have to move this Blog to a more convivial way to read it and to find reviews. So it's the main cause of why this Blog is switching for a real website.

Now SynthSequences will need a new way to search from you, but you will see the differences between it and this Blog Please take to time to dig it will continue to read here. But you will remark that reviews will diseapper and reappear on the new website. Allready, more than 235 reviews have been removed and put on my new website.

I hate to do this, but this site cost me an average of 500$ a year. This is the reason you see the Donate sign. It's not an obligation for anyone, and it will be remove once this amount is reached each year.

Thanks and advance and long live to Electronic Music :D

Sylvain Lupari