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Analog Berlin School is alive and well
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VinceL
In the past few days I have acquired the following new releases:
- Klaus Schulze - Silhouettes
- Node - Node Live
- Cosmic Ground - Cosmic Ground IV
- Steve Roach - Molecules of Motion

Lots of modular bliss w00t thumbs up cool
JohnLRice
w00t
kwaidan
While recorded between 1978-1980, this recently surfaced on Running Back:

Jediroman
Node Live is amazing! I'm not into that kind of music, but after I heard it on Bandcamp, I spent my money on that without any doubt.
kindredlost
Indeed!

Thanks for the list VinceL. I wasn't aware of Cosmic Ground IV release.
zeit
Totally forgot about the Klaus Schulze release, got the get that asap. That's a great list of music, will check out each one. thumbs up
dumbledog
We doing the modern-day-Berlin-School thing here cuz whooooooa boy

I'll just paste some from my Bandcamp purchases:

Ascendant -- Meridian

Lensflare (this album is good but get the discography, lots of good stuff there)

Breidablik -- Penumbra

Javi Cánovas -- Dead End (he's very prolific but imo this is his best)

Audiometria -- Infinitely, no end

Gotta go to work but I'll post more tonight[/url]
VinceL
dumbledog wrote:
We doing the modern-day-Berlin-School thing here cuz whooooooa boy

I'll just paste some from my Bandcamp purchases:

Ascendant -- Meridian

Lensflare (this album is good but get the discography, lots of good stuff there)

Breidablik -- Penumbra

Javi Cánovas -- Dead End (he's very prolific but imo this is his best)

Audiometria -- Infinitely, no end

Gotta go to work but I'll post more tonight[/url]


+1 on Lensflare, Javi Cánovas and Audiometria thumbs up

I'll have to check out Ascendant and Breidablik.

Bandcamp is a great resource for finding Berlin School music. My Bandcamp collection is up to almost 300 albums. Of those, about 95% are Berlin School.

It seems that many (most?) Berlin School artists are located in Europe. CD shipping costs from Europe to the US have increased dramatically. Buying downloads from Bandcamp is a great way to get Berlin School music without paying the shipping cost of physical CD's. Lossless FLAC downloads cost the same as MP3's. If you really want a physical CD, download the FLAC and then burn a CD. All Bandcamp albums come with at least front cover artwork, and many come with all artwork.
Man-In-A-Suitcase
The Cosmic Ground stuff is really good and atmospheric. I also like the music of Syn from UK too. He uses EMS Synthi, Farfisa Organs and Mellotron.

His album Fauni-Genus is like going back and listening to TD's Pink Years.
modulator_esp
The new AirSculpture is nice:

https://airsculpture.bandcamp.com/album/travelling-light

and the new ['ramp]

https://ramp1.bandcamp.com/album/no-sleep-til-wilmersdorf

and the new FSP

https://freesystemprojekt.bandcamp.com/album/spoon-forest
varice
VinceL wrote:
In the past few days I have acquired the following new releases:
- Klaus Schulze - Silhouettes
- Node - Node Live
- Cosmic Ground - Cosmic Ground IV
- Steve Roach - Molecules of Motion

Lots of modular bliss w00t thumbs up cool

Thanks so much for this thumbs up

I received the Node Live CD this past Saturday. Excellent work, excellent sequencing, great music, excellent recording and sound engineering… nanners

I will need to check out the other artists recommended here…
seepaxton
kwaidan wrote:
While recorded between 1978-1980, this recently surfaced on Running Back:



This is excellent. had not heard it before, thanks for posting!
jfloftin
Man-In-A-Suitcase wrote:
The Cosmic Ground stuff is really good and atmospheric. I also like the music of Syn from UK too. He uses EMS Synthi, Farfisa Organs and Mellotron.

His album Fauni-Genus is like going back and listening to TD's Pink Years.


Wow! Really enjoyed the suggestion for Syn. May have to snatch up a couple of his releases. I did a search and found out it is a one man outfit by David T. Dewdney.
cycad73
Recently stumbled across the work of Romannis Motte (Chad Davis). An excellent and original project that surfaced briefly in 2013-4. Anyone know what he is up to these days?
Klangzaun
I don't know how analog this is, but it is great:

Bodo1967
Klangzaun wrote:
I don't know how analog this is


https://cuneiformrecords.bandcamp.com/album/light-echoes-2 wrote:
Instruments: ARP Solus, Dave Smith Tetra, Elka Rhapsody 490, Korg Polysix, Sequential Circuits Pro-One and Prophet 600
Effects: Electro Harmonics Cathedral and Deluxe Memory Man, Moog MF-103 Phaser, MXR Phase 90 and 2000 Series Phaser, Roland RE-201 Space Echo
Recording equipment: Yamaha EM-80 mixer, MOTU 828 interface, iMac 3.06 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo


Some analog stuff in there grin...

... and I just bought the album on Bandcamp, trusting your opinion and the other reviews.
Powerdwarf
kwaidan wrote:
While recorded between 1978-1980, this recently surfaced on Running Back:



Thanks dude! this one is something
modulator_esp
some nice modular stuff from Benge

https://zackdagoba.bandcamp.com/album/tone-flow
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