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Hello All

The re-release of Wahnfried - TRANCELATION (cd) 41899
With Georg Stettner will be available on February 1.
If you missed this release before here it is again.
On most Richard Wahnfried projects well-known musicians perform as guests.
On Trancelation, Klaus Schulze invited some relatively unknown musicians.
Marian Gold (vocals), Michael Bolter (guitar), Mark Figge (sax), Hanz Marathon (guitar),
U. W. Uberschall (guitar) and Georg Stettner (modulations and electronics) perform
with Klaus on this album.

Klaus's signature Berlin school sequences surround a frantic rhythm track.
While many of the Wahnfried projects have rock and roll overtones, this project is
steeped in avant- and funk. There are some very weird samples and some cosmic
computer noises. The funky rhythm drives the project.
The project drives the rhythm. That's how it is with all Klaus projects.
The individual pieces make up the whole.
And each piece relies on the other pieces for its own completeness.
If any piece is removed, the project suffers.
The whole is greater than the sum of its parts!
(
Jim Brenholts)

Something special for the Musicians!!
For years Groove has tried to be at the forefront of the EM scene.
With real CD releases, festivals, concerts and trying to give starting musicians
get the attention they deserve. There is great talent out there!!
But our finances can not release more CDs then sales and funds allow.
So many musicians stay in the download area, or the CDR format.
Many costumers would love to get the music on a factory printed CD!
We have now a way to get your music on a factory printed CD production.
Professional mastering!, worldwide distribution through many outlets.
In a co-operation with our printing plant we are offering a way to make it
possible for most of those who would like this.
At a price that is less then the latest Behringer Model D or Neutron synth :-)

There are several ways that we can work together on this.
From a co-production with Groove (Co distribution through Groove),
to just the mastering, designing and manufacturing the CD.
From the whole production for a superb sharp price to anything in between. 
If you are a musician that believes in his music.
If you are a musician that wants his creations out in the world
in a professional way!! (Professional Mastering for CD, Download, Streaming).
If you are a musician that is willing not only to invest in your gear
but also in the way of getting music to the hungry listeners!!
A real CD release, a decent distribution through us and other outlets !
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Changed prices in the catalog!
We have adjust over 300 prices in our Catalog..
Scroll down and we have listed the most interesting ones for you.
And we have since October lowered all Groove releases pre the GR-200
to a permanent price of only € 10.00 or less.
Some titles are already sold out and we will look at each title if it will be
reprinted or not. So for a lot of these CDs it will be the case that if they
are sold out, they will be only available the through downloads.

One of those CDs running out is Bernd Kistenmacher's Utopia.
Released in 2013 we are now down to the last copies and then the
musical rights will go back to the artist. We are now offering this release
for a very special price and gone is gone.
I have added the review in the review section so have a look!
Bernd Kistenmacher - Utopia (cd) $11.25 , £7.99 , €8.90
Don't wait to long to get this great release.
http://www.groove.nl/index3.html
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SHIPPING:
Due to the fact that we use a special shipping service that provides
the shipping of parcels etc we don't have to adjust the shipping prices
at this moment. One of the reasons is that because of you our costumers
we can keep these prices so low. With over 1500 parcels shipped last year
we can stay in the lowest shipping prices!
I am glad we are one of the few suppliers of EM that did not have to raise
their shipping prices. So for the 4rth year in a row they stay the same!!

Thanks for your time!
Ron Boots

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NEW PRODUCTS
http://www.groove.nl/index3.html
These products are NEW in our catalog.
Further in this newsletter are more details.

Xan Alexander - Syntherics (cdr)
Indra - Challenge (cdr)
Lensflare - H.A.A.R.P. (cdr)
Ken Martin - A Sense Of Planetary Movement Vol 2 (cdr)
Ken Martin - Dark Ambience (cdr)
SpiralDreams - Rainbow II (cdr)
V/A - Schallplatte 20 (cd)
Vangelis - Nocturne (cd)
Vangelis - Nocturne =Vinyl= (2-lp)
Wahnfried - Trancelation (digipak) (cd)

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Further in this newsletter are more details.
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83140 Pyramaxx - Move

I'm telling you from the outset, “Move” is quite a change of direction
compared to the album Distance which was released in 2015. Less rock
with a Max Schiefele's guitar less omnipresent, this second album of
the German trio Pyramaxx is more carried towards an EM more Berliner
with structures where the hypnotic and progressive styles of the
Berlin School cross an approach always a little bit rock of which the
evolution ends sometimes in a kind of EDM. A beautiful album with nice
ideas which has everything to seduce the most demanding, because here
the signature of Pyramaxx glitters with a little something which feeds
the curiosity of our ears.
We are going to explore the new Pyramaxx with a title in a very Berlin
School style. The first seconds of "Amalthea" present a nebulous
introduction with a mini concert of twisted metal from where emerges a
splendid line of sequenced rhythm a la Tangerine Dream. This rhythm
glitters with wide oscill ations, sculpturing these perpetual upward
movements which rivet us to our armchair. Effects of vaporous voices
and other spectral electronic effects decorate this delicious movement
which increases a little bit the velocity as the seconds pass.
Sequences are very in the Chris Franke model with short adjacent lines
which run away from and propose another more nervous alternative.
Actives, the synths inject a very creative soundscape with these
effects but also with layers in the shape of riffs and some hypnotic
harmonic loops which charm and which also lead "Amalthea" towards a
more rock finale. Discreet until then, Max Schiefele feeds the
greediness of the percussions with a series of very rock riffs and
solos which have made the charms of Distance and of the first albums
of Axess/Maxxess. "Amalthea" sets the tone to a much diversified
album. "Marrakesh" is a true value with a good electronic rock loaded
of the Middle East perfumes. The percussive effects and the organic
bass tone s are superb on this title which gave me this taste to
plunge again into the universe of Paul Haslinger and of his album
World Without Rules. "Marrakesh" nests in my iPod, section Best titles
of 2017, from the first day that my ears met “Move”. "Pangaea" is not
outdone with a good rock as catchy as its very good melody. It's very
electronic with a mixture of TD of the Melrose years and a Jean-Michel
Jarre in mode seduction for a more adolescent audience. "Obsession"
brings us to another level with a very film intro where bellowing and
other effects of voices as well as intense and nerve-racking effects
of percussions dominate the atmospheres. A more ethereal phase
extricates itself from this magma full of suspense before a light
movement of harmonious loops espouse those sequences as frivolous as
the evasive melody. What strikes here is this new sound signature of
Pyramaxx which is more perceptible in this long evolutionary title.
The game and the effects of percussions are no stran g er to this
signature, as well as this approach of Dance Music marinated in Techno
and combined to a Rock very stylized by a decoration raised by a truck
of effects. So, it's at each new listening that we rediscover titles
as "Obsession" and "Delusion", a little softer with a more present
Maxxess here, as well as the stunning "Move" and its polymorphic
structure which sways between quiet vibes and a rock in an impeccable
soundscape. By far the most sophisticated of the titles of Pyramaxx!
Between the ballad and the cosmic dioramas, "Visions" ends “Move” with
a nice introduction of atmospheres. Synth waves rise in crescendo,
breathing another part of intensity which lies dormant all over the 63
minutes of this Pyramaxx's 2nd album. Adorned of a cosmic landscape,
this opening goes overflowing over a delicate movement of sequences
which sparkles under breezes become warmer and some harmonies, in the
form of solos, coming from the guitar of Maxxess. Evolving by phases
in crescendo, "Vis i ons" accentuates a little the pace, under some
delicious knocks of percussions which resound like metallic whips, one
of the seductive elements in this album, keeping this hypnotic
movement in the spheres of a cosmic ballad. This is very good.
“Move” is in the continuity of the works of Pyramid Peak, guitar in
more and a production with a sound aestheticism which transcends a
little the style of the Peak. There are very strong moments on this
album which should please undoubtedly the fans of the Peak and the
fans of a Berlin School style perfumed from the fragrances of
Tangerine Dream. From Sorcerer to Melrose!

Sylvain Lupari (June 28th, 2017)

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gr-202 Kistenmacher, Bernd - Utopia

OK! Here we pass downright at another level of creativity. I don't
know what Bernd Kistenmacher has ate since his comeback in 2009
(Celestial Movements) but it's clear that the inspiration, which equal
his talent, goes out from him by ears. His last find is a brilliant
album which recuts the fury of Let it Out, the ambiospherical phases
of his vintages years as well as the philharmonic approaches
splendidly concocted since exactly Celestial Movements. It results
from it in a fascinating, extremely powerful album where the chaos and
the harmony divide the 62 minutes with an outstanding intensity.
A distant humming brings "We Need a New Utopia" up to our ears. This
intro, which is similar to an orchestra tuning its violins,
establishes the basics of a captivating sonic intensity where roar the
rages of the violin and guitar. We perceive the skeleton of a rhythm a
little before the 4th minute when a line of bass sequences makes pulse
its keys which skip quite simply in a minimalist pattern. These keys
wave into an ascendant and a descendant pattern on an invisible line,
bum ping softly beneath the whimperings of a violin and the tears of a
piano which unite their distresses in the embryo of a rhythm which
grabs the elytrons of steel from some sober cymbals in order to keep
its imposing funeral presence. There are many ambiences around this
intro. It's as to see a suspense movie where we guess a next outcome.
But the rhythm continues rather to limp. It goes up and down on its
absent margin while that quietly another rhythmic pattern wraps it of
a somber wave-like rhythm. An d we dive. We plunge into these perfumes
of the old analog hymns of the Berlin School where Bernd Kistenmacher
and Burghard Rausch (Agitation Free) on drum embrace the morphic
rhythm structures of Body Love from the tandem of Klaus Schulze and
Harald Grosskopf. Outstanding! The rhythm is magnetizing and all the
sonic elements which surround it create a delicious music wall which
melts in our ears. We hear the guitar of Thorsten Quaeschning bite
discreetly the ear while the violin of Thomthom Geigenschrey, very
violent, tears the eardrums with strident solos. The rhythm is slow,
almost ambient. The synth hangs on it some long twisted sighs, which
remind me indefatigably the old structures of our friend Bernd. These
sighs, as well as some dense foggy from the Mellotron, are melting
into a hallucinating sonic ornament of which the skillful meshing of
instruments rumbles on a structure which always waves of its floating
rhythm. The guitar joins the fury of the violin with wild riffs and
twisted solos while Kistenmacher wraps this sonic turbulence of a
fascinating serenity. And "We Need a New Utopia" to continue on this
surprising momentum where the blackness and the luminosity, the spite
and the serenity cohabit and quarrel in an attractive symphony as much
celestial as utopian. It's a little as if the sun would continue to
shine above dense clouds of a nuclear apocalypse. Intense and
wonderful! This is the best track in the style of Berlin School to
have landed in my ears this year.
"Fearless" brings us into somber ambiospherical phases with a
hyper-relaxing musical texture, even with these crystals which shout
in the resonances of the astral gongs throughout its celestial
sublimations. "Born from Chaos" pursues this phase of contemplative
turbulences with a somber intro which amasses the mislaid sighs of
"Fearless", while remembering of these heart-rending apocalyptic
atmospheres from "We Need a New Utopia". Then the drum comes to knock
down the order of things with stormy rollings which serve as canvas to
a furious static rhythm constantly nibbled, ripped and crushed by
atmospheres of insanities where the sonic cacophony of "We Need a New
Utopia" is multiplied by three. Wow! Let's say that it rinses the
hollow of the ear. The riffs of Thorsten Quaeschning bites the
oblivion, I hear a bit of Hendrix here, and tumble in gusts. We think
of an expansion of "Born from Chaos", but no. A softly very nostalgic
piano spreads the philharmonic poetry of "Land of Hop e". It is so
much beautiful. Oh that is superbly beautiful. It is as much as On the
Shoulders of ATLAS and/or Eternal Lights. Except that the pensive
piano accepts gladly the sober percussions and the soft arrangements,
shaping a delicate structure of slow rhythmic ride which gallops with
melancholy on the plains of the hope. As I said; this is gorgeous. And
this synth which blows these singings of glass and these arrangements
which embroider a painting of despair is absolutely striking. I don't
what is happening in the world of EM but recently a lot of artists
lend their strange and delicate harmonies to some feminine voices. If
the results are sometimes tepid, there is on the other hand a
beautiful complicity here and there. Like here. I know that some of
you will say that it's Kistenmacher that I'm talking about and that
I'm beforehand already won. It's not completely true, because the
first listening left me a little bit tepid. Needs to say that the
voice of Vana Verouti (rememb er Vangelis' Heaven and Hell? It's her)
is everything, except usual. She possesses a strange nasal stamp
which, second after second, does its effect and fits marvellously with
the very symphonic approach of the title-track. "Utopia" has a slow
rhythm. It's a beautiful French-style ballad with a balladish tempo, a
little slower than on "Land of Hope", but with the same dissensions
between the drama and the romance and where the voice of Vana Verouti
is everything but commonplace. It's so very beautiful. It's to the
greatness of “Utopia” among which the balance between the chaos and
the harmonies, the anger and the sweetness, the rock and the classic,
makes of it the strongest album of 2013, all styles merged. And by the
way, stop looking for Vangelis anymore. He is hiding in the studios of
Bernd Kistenmacher.

Sylvain Lupari (December 15th, 2013)

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Additions and changes from January 1 2019 till January 13 2019

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Alexander, Xan - SYNTHERICS (cdr) 54265
2019. Xan is part of the Great UK scene..
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=54265

*review added *
Cosmic Ground - COSMIC GROUND 2 (cd) 30432
2015. Berlin School in the style of Rubycon and Phaedra. Highly recommended!!.
$ 17.49 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=30432

*review added *
Cosmic Ground - COSMIC GROUND 3 (cd) 37860
2016. Berlin School in the style of Rubycon and Phaedra. Highly recommended!!.
$ 18.75 / UKP 13.25 / EURO 14.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=37860

*review added *
Emmens, Gert - DARK SECRETS OF THE URBAN UNDERGROUND (cd) gr-255
2018. A bit darker with real drums and guitar. A different Gert.
Melancholic at times, slower, taking his time to mesmerize us! Pure
brilliance!!.
$ 18.49 / UKP 12.99 / EURO 14.75
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=gr-255

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Indra - CHALLENGE (cdr) 37084
2019. Pure Berlin School.
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=37084

*new entry *
Lensflare - H.A.A.R.P. (cdr) 36972
2018. 80's Schulze style.
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=36972

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Martin, Ken - A SENSE OF PLANETARY MOVEMENT VOL 2 (cdr) 63964
2017. Retro Berlin School in Schulze style.
$ 17.49 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=63964

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Martin, Ken - DARK AMBIENCE (cdr) 66843
2019. Dark Berlin School in Schulze style.
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=66843

*review added *
Nothing but Noise - EXISTENCE OSCILLATION (POSSIBLE) FUTURE (cd) 45694
$ 18.75 / UKP 13.25 / EURO 14.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=45694

*(back) in stock *
Pyramid Peak - ROOTS (cd) 40016
2017. The brand new release by Pyramid Peak!!.
$ 19.99 / UKP 13.99 / EURO 15.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=40016

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
SpiralDreams - RAINBOW II (cdr) 54412
2018. Berlin School from the 70's with melodies.
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=54412

*review added *
Spyra - DUNST (cd) gr-256
2018. The follow up of Staub. A mesmerising release!!.
$ 18.49 / UKP 12.99 / EURO 14.75
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=gr-256

*review added (get it now with 20% extra discount!) *
Tangerine Dream - PHAEDRA (cd) 32240
1974/1985. Franke, Froese, Baumann =REMASTERED=.
$ 14.99 / UKP 10.49 / EURO 11.90
Details/soundclip/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=32240

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Vangelis - NOCTURNE (cd) 38956
2019. Vangelis plays his favorite traks on the Grand Piano..
Release date: Jan 25 2019
$ 23.25 / UKP 16.25 / EURO 18.50
Details/soundclip/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=38956

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Vangelis - NOCTURNE =VINYL= (2-lp) 35743
2019. Vangelis plays his favorite traks on the Grand Piano..
Release date: Feb 1 2019
$ 36.25 / UKP 25.49 / EURO 28.90
Details/soundclip/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=35743

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Wahnfried - TRANCELATION (cd) 41899
2019. With Georg Stettner. & WAHNFRIED.
Release date: Feb 1 2019
$ 23.75 / UKP 16.75 / EURO 18.90
Details/soundclip/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=41899

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1) The order history is updated AFTER we send you
an invoice. NOT after you placed an order.
2) The "FORGOT PASSWORD" option on the log-in
page sends the passwor
d to the Email address of your invoice.


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