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Hi All

The brand new Przemyslaw Rudz Hypnotized is in and it is a great album.
He is one of the leading EM artists of Poland and with this mix of Ambient and Berlin School
proves it again, I played it a few times this week and I love it!!
Listen to Dreamscape Radio for an impression!!

And we finally got the new Andy Pickford in.
Vanguard 1 is brilliant, it stretches from Berlin School to Electronic fusion.
The sound is fantastic, if you have a good sound system this will blow your mind.
If you love Melodic EM, Berlin School and not afraid of some vocoder sounds
this is a great release.

And we have the re-release of the sought after music of Softlock.
Now on a double CD-r. So if you missed the unique USB version
now it is time to get it!

And from this week until Christmas we have some thing special for you!

And the € 9.90 prices ones are only € 7.50 !!
(applies only to the Groove titles available)
And to make it even more attractive!
If you order 10 copies they are only € 99.00.
This is time to get those Christmas present lists to your friends :-)

And with this shipping info you can get them even cheaply outside of Europe!!
We have a special shipping service for people outside of Europe.
If you decide to ship the CD's without their Jewel cases
(mind that this can't be done with digipacks and other packaging!!)
we are able to ship 10 CDs unpacked from their jewel cases for $ 23.00.
This is for Registered and Insured shipping.
If you decide to ship them just Priority then we are able to ship 6 CDs for $ 10.00.
Just put Special Shipping in your order as a remark and we will do the rest.

These titles where added this week.
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New CDs last weeks added!!
Erik Seifert & Josef Steinbüchel - Softlock (2-cdr)
Moonbooter vs Wellenfeld - Live Münster 2015 (cdr)
Projekt Gamma - Eiswelten Vol. 2 (2-cdr)
Przemyslaw Rudz - Hypnotized (cd)

Thanks for your time.
Ron Boots

====== Dreamscape Radio =======
Dreamscape Radio show 344 is now online!!
With music from Pyramaxx, Pickford, Rudz e.a.
You can find Dreamscape here. http://www.dreamscaperadio.nl

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The new jukebox contains 12 titles.
To listen: click on the CD Shop button on www.groove.nl ,
then click on Jukebox in the ribbon...

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If you missed the last E-News issues due to your holiday, they are ALL also online!!

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 1: Tangerine Dream - Quantum Key (cd)                                          
 2: Radio Massacre International - Do electric sheep dream of space-rock? (cdr) 
 3: Roswell Incident - Adrift (cdr)                                             
 4: Mario Schonwalder - Traum + Trauma (cd)                                     
 5: Fryderyk Jona - Electronic ballad (cd)                                      
 6: Serge Devadder - Cambrian (cd)                                              
 7: Robert Schroeder - Dream Access (cd)                                        
 8: Redshift - Life to Come (cd)                                                
 9: Graham Getty und  Matthew Stringer - Scattered Thoughts (cdr)               
10: Space Megalithe - Abstract Dimensions (cd)                                                

 1: Ron Boots & John Kerr - Juxtaposition (cd)                                  
 2: MorPheusz - Tantalizing Thoughts at the Dawn of Dreams  (cd)                                  
 3: Gert Emmens - Triza (cd)                                                    
 4: Mythos - Jules Verne Forever (cd)                                           
 5: Zanov - In Course of Time (cd)                                              
 6: Ron Boots - Mea Culpa (cd)                                                  
 7: VoLt - HjVi (cd)                                                            
 8: Lamp - Scales of Fortune (cd)                                        
 9: Owann - Particles (cd)                                                      
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New CDs last weeks added!!

Serge Devadder - Cambrian (cd)
Erik Seifert & Josef Steinbüchel - Softlock (2-cdr)
Bertrand Loreau - Correspondances (cd)
Moonbooter vs Wellenfeld - Live Münster 2015 (cdr)
Projekt Gamma - Eiswelten Vol. 2 (2-cdr)
Rhea - At Cosmic Nights (digipak) (cd)
Przemyslaw Rudz - Hypnotized (cd)
Akikaze - Age of Deception (cdr)
Akikaze - Conflicting Emotions (cd)
Akikaze - Leap in the Dark (cd)
Akikaze - Music from Misty Marshes (cd)
Akikaze - Sense of Urgency (cdr)
Alien Nature + Stan Dart - Accelerator (cdr)
Betzler & Bruckner - Zwei vor Eins (cdr)
Ron Boots & John Kerr - Juxtaposition (cd)
Bo Hansson - Endless Border (cd)
Fryderyk Jona - Electronic ballad (cd)
Anders Jorgenson - Greatest Hits (cdr)
Keller & Schonwalder & Broekhuis - B-Wave 2015 session (digipak) (various)
MoonSatellite - Whispers of the Moon (cdr)
Mike Oldfield - Space Movie (dvd)
Mike Oldfield - Space Movie (DVD-CD) (dvd + cd)
Owann - Particles (cd)
Graham Getty und Matthew Stringer - Scattered Thoughts (cdr)
Radio Massacre International - Do electric sheep dream of space-rock? (cdr)
Roswell Incident - Adrift (cdr)
Mario Schonwalder - Traum + Trauma (cardboard sleeve) (cd)
Skoulaman - Andros Awakenings (cdr)
Space Megalithe - Abstract Dimensions (cd)
Space Megalithe - Psyché Energy (cd)
Tangerine Dream - Quantum Key (cd)
The Tower Tree - Transposing (cd)
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GR-218 Triza - Gert Emmens

Telling sonic narratives is something Gert Emmens is getting very good
at when you look back on his output in recent years. The 73-minute
"Triza" travels through a dark, mysterious and post-apocalyptic world,
aptly depicted on the cd cover. Moreover, it deals with suffering in
different aspects, which is also reflected during the sonic journey
where it sometimes seems sunlight have faded forever. In these harsh,
relentless and unforgiving conditions, a cat is seeking its way out
while trying to survive best as possible.

Gert unfolds his storyline meticulously and continuously while using
evocative soundscapes, effects, a few melodic solos, a bit of e-guitar
along some vibrant sequencing. The latter already excels briefly on
"Where is Triza" (a nice nod to vintage TD) while pulling things
onward and in a broader perspective on the 25-minute finale "Wanderers
of the Streets". The latter is a complex composition and especially
compelling, sketching out various sequencer tapestries and imminent
atmospheres, leaving feelings of hope and release in the end.

Overlooking the whole outcome of "Triza", the music and sound design
is unmistakably Gert Emmens, but (as on "Outland") painting a bigger
picture and addressing serious global issues compared to his
extensive, more melodic-oriented back catalogue. Also check this out
if you have a weak spot for old school '70’s Berlin School.
Bert Strolenberg - Sonic Immersion

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gr-220 UNI SPHERE - Endless Endeavor

UNIsphere is the sum of 2 Dutch musicians who are fascinated by an EM
based on a rhythmic and melodious approach. If one, René Splinter,
likes a rhythmical EM which is strongly influenced by Tangerine
Dream's Schmoelling era, the other one, Eric van der Heijden, is a
melodist in the lineage of Vangelis and likes arrangements which add a
very beautiful depth to a style which links skillfully the bridge
between the Greek magician and the gang of Froese in the 80's.
“Endless Endeavor” is the direct reflection of these poles of
influences. This first album proposes 10 piece of music which respect
the ABC of EM Berlin School style with structures, for the majority,
which develop slowly in order to switch for ambient rhythms and to
some good sequenced rhythms. And in the end, the biggest merit of
“Endless Endeavor” is to plunge the listener into a universe which has
no secrets anymore to the fans of the kind... except those secrets of
René Splinte r and Eric van der Heijden. And as soon as the first
colors of the sounds of "Pivoting Pathways" are falling between our
ears, the magic of UNIsphere infiltrates our senses with a structure
which uses completely its 6 and a half minutes.
A woosh decorated with metallic particles strikes the wall of
nothingness with a big bang. Thousands of scarlet fragments are fading
as some irregular percussions and hopping sequences unite their
contrasts in order to sculpt a figure of rhythm which skips under the
strikes of the electronic percussions. The tone of the rhythm does
very Tangerine Dream, kind of Le Parc. The synth spreads its wall of
woosh which turn into layers of ambient melodies while the rhythm,
always lively and undisciplined, does contrast by wanting to
accelerate the pace of "Pivoting Pathways" which tries a little more
to exploit its envelope of ambient melody. Riffs of synth in tones of
the Dream strews the paradoxical race of "Pivoting Pathways" which
collapses beneath l ayers of dense rolling of percussions. A moment of
atmospheres comes then where a piano changes its notes for those of a
keyboard and lies down an ambiguous melody which will anchor a
movement of sequences which makes roll its keys into threatening
undulatory loops. The sound decoration, the slow growth of the rhythm
and its breakaway with sharp sequences borrowed from the repertoire of
the Thief exhilarate our ears and make no doubt; we are going to spend
a pleasant moment with UNIsphere. We love "Pivoting Pathways"? We are
going to adore "Obviously Orbiting" which proposes the same kind of
structure. The first seconds of "Radiant Realm" are weaved in mystery.
A fog of London covers the intro and we hear a heartbeat. Strands of
sequences come to roam around the beats, as well as electronic
graffiti which squeak like blades which make the walls of steel crying
by a black night. A piano adds to the weight of this sinister
atmosphere with short series of notes which runs in loop but w hose
melody is effectively attractive. This is the way "Radiant Realm" is
progressing. Sequences and percussions sculpt an ambient rhythm which
catches quietly an effect of crescendo, while the piano accepts
cracklings of synth to decorate a melody which will find all its charm
with the addition of the breezes of a completely unexpected flute.
Ambiospheric and ambiosonic, "Vulnerable Values" is a moment of
ambiences where the sound flash of Tangerine Dream abound. We feel a
little as being in a space shuttle to devour celestial bodies.
"Liberating Loyalty" is also an ambient track with mourners fluty
synth lines and twinkling arpeggios which throw a veil of nostalgia.
The arrangements are very good, just like in "Eloquent Exposure", a
very beautiful ballad on a soft rhythm where synths make duel while
weaving nice ear worm.
"Jocular Jive" does so very TD with a lively rhythm raised on a
meshing of sharp sequences, hopping pulsations and rolling
percussions. Synths spit smoke clo uds, vampiric harmonies as well as
layers of astral choirs when the rhythm calms down. That does very
theme music of the The Park is Mine's years. "Endless Endeavour (Part
1,2 and 3)" is a long track which feeds on the essences of this first
UNIsphere opus. The introduction offers a rhythm of ballad with
beautiful harmonies struck on a kind of anvil. We feel that sequences
are chomping at the bit in the background, but they remain united to
this first part which is sculptured in the approach of electronic
ballad. A dark piano spreads its veil of melancholy in the 2nd part.
That does very Schmoelling! Little by little these notes get lost in
atmospheres of Legend. Pulsations resound and sound the awakening of
the sequences which spread two crossed lines. Lines which cavort with
such a fluidity that we could believe to hear Chris Franke in his
interpretation of Purple Waves on his album The London Concert. And
quietly, in a figure of rhythm forged in elements of complexity,
"Endless E ndeavour (Part 1,2 and 3)" grazes its minutes before
exploring a rather lively finale where sequences wave and gallop into
flavors of Franke. We are a little mislaid after the 1st listening,
but in the end "Endless Endeavour (Part 1,2 and 3)" turns out to be a
very interesting track to be discovered and to be rediscovered. The
same goes for "Contemplating Calmness" whose ambient rhythm, fed by
rivulets of sequences which wave in a very Franke pattern, wins in
velocity as the synths are weaving cloud of smokes and are pulling
convoluted harmonies with twisted solos and others vampiric ones which
exchange their effects of spectres for some nice fluty breezes. It is
just like “Endless Endeavor” ! A very nice album of very good polished
up EM and where the rhythms in evolutionary mode, the atmospheres, the
ballads and the melodies interweave their charms in very good
arrangements and especially in Tangerine Dream's influences without
that we ever find it neither exaggerated nor misplac e d.
Sylvain Lupari (November 16th, 2015)

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 24621 Redshift - Life to Come

From the first seconds of "Soft Summer Rain" the Redshift signature
for dark moods is gobbling up our brain out! The rhythm and the life
take shape through breezes which are lost in dark industrial
ambiences. Felted explosions, knockings of clogs, pulsations and
abstract sequences, which answer to their echoes, are shaping an
ambient rhythm which tries to take root with its scattered tentacles.
Murmurs of a bass line breathe over this ambient anarchy, releasing
big snores which chew a line of rhythm divided of its chaos. The
movement remains magnetizing with a thick cloud of sequences which
skip as imps and their hooves in a figure of a rodeo for dwarfs
Capuchin. "Soft Summer Rain" becomes heavy and black, as a Gothic
ballad, where sequences lost in the snores are eventually weaving a
strange melody while another storm of sequences comes down to break up
our loudspeakers and crush this portion of melody nevertheless more
devilish than seraph i c. Some people will say that it's not music.
I'll say that it's the pure magic of the analogue world; build a life
from nothingness!
This last opus of Redshift was more than unexpected. It was madly
desired for years! In fact, many of us thought that the adventure was
well and truly ended. Arc took over with two wonderful albums which
are marked of the Redshift seal. And even if there was Colder in 2011,
we have to go back as far as 2008, with the boiling and incisive,
Turning Towards Us to have new and original music to put between our
ears produced by the mythical English entity. And it's Ian Boddy, the
partner in crime of Mark Shreeve in Arc who gave the game away with a
tweet on Twitter which announced a return for Redshift. It was like to
put of the fire to a powder trail! The combustion sowed a kind of
collective enjoyment and all the fans of EM were looking forward to
this “Life to Come”. Me, the first one! And what a feast my
friends.... Heavy, powerful, dark and fiendi shly melodious, this last
opus of Redshift inherits from the past of Mark Shreeve who, once
again, raises the standards of excellence for all those who aspire to
the Redshift throne. The big Moog Modular spits the fire and the
effects of its reverberations find echo in a tumult of sequences which
have difficulty in containing the proposed structures of rhythms. The
atmospheres are chthonian and remain soaked with a somber industrial
veil unique to Redshift. I have listened to it several times, to
dissipate all the doubts of my fanaticism towards Redshift and Mark
Shreeve. My first idea changed in a certainty; “Life to Come” is a
pure master work! It's one ton of bricks in the face and I savored
with delight this magnificent fusion of both entities where Mark
Shreeve, of his Assassin and Legion eras, is watering a Redshift
always so dark and loud of a literally more harmonious water. By doing
so, we have the best of both universes of England School between our
ears. And if the ambie n t, but always howling, structure of "Soft
Summer Rain" doesn't convince you, what is to follow is going to
destroy your doubts!
"Vampyre" spreads its cloud of sonic intrigues with breezes coming
from hell. An electric piano begins the drilling of a ghost melody
which scatter its chords in fogs filled of white noises. A rattle
titillates our ears in the background. The approach radiates these of
Rick Wright's evasive melodies, while the hooting of spectres
infiltrate insidiously our ears. The voices are as much beautiful and
the piano is so much dark. While this contrast exhilarates our senses,
a movement of sequences knocks down its keys which gallop at good
speed now. The rattles become rolling of industrial percussions which
push in the back of the galloping keys. And Mark Shreeve settles his
tenebrous moods. A delicious guitar makes counterweight to this
structure of rhythm which seems so threatening, scattering its
harmonious loops in the doubtful chants of the spectres. The bass line
breathes a second life at this structure which will keep the course of
a steady rhythm where the sequences flicker keenly in the slowly
undulatory breaths of the bass line. Between a heavy, sometimes
explosive,and a fluid rhythm, decorated with sonic intrigues,
"Vampyre" weaves a beautiful bridge between the initial works of Mark
Shreeve and the somber paintings of Redshift. The basis of “Life to
Come” is anchored well and truly. It only just needs to fix its
ornaments. "Mission Creep" wears judiciously its naming. Its intro is
forged in the tumults of the spectres who decorate hell. A fascinating
pattern of rhythm emerges from it a little after the 2nd minute. It
skips as in a kind of heathen trance with nervous pulsations which are
knotted with the bangings of bones and the jingles of chains. The
effect is intrusive with a heavy structure which feeds on its echo and
from where is coming a superb melody of horror which will leave its
traces many hours later. Yes, Mark S h reeve will have never fed so
well Redshift! A short track full of spectral atmospheres on a heavy
and vindictive rhythm where sequences are forged in the hammering of
silversmith's trade which tames the assault of these moods, "Bloom"
leads us to the pinnacle of “Life to Come”.
Pulsatory heavy and humming sequences are dancing with jingles. Our
ears hear well this mooing of the darkness, but our senses remain
oriented to this feverish dance of sequences which fidget as spasmodic
skeletons. A shadow of a melody lies down with dreamy chords, except
that we feel the breath of the beast. The murmurs disorientate our
senses and we feel that "Slam" is going to get wild. And it does! Of
its long evolutionary structure, which feeds on many bites left for
crumbs up to here in “Life to Come”, "Slam" travels between two
universes with a structure always near the horror and near these
macabre atmospheres. The rhythm goes and comes, always bent in the
rotary arcs of the sequences movements w hich flicker like fireflies
racing in a long oscillatory tube in order to flee the light. Avoiding
the din, as much as the peace of mind of the harmonies sung by horned
angels, it opts for a wild race at around the 6th minute. The rhythm
becomes then explosive with a troop of analog sequences which avoid
the bites of the percussions in order to run wild beneath a thick
cloud full of fanciful violins. The flow of the sequences is as much
indescribable as being breathtaking for the senses. Lost, a line of
sequences makes jump up and clink its crazy keys in anarchic jerks 2
minutes farther, restoring some gas to "Slam" which runs again to lose
breath and always by stepping on the accelerator of the indecision.
This is huge Redshift my friends. "Circling Above" moderates the moods
with a long dark introduction which flirts with gothism. Percussions
dance a little before the point of 4 minutes. Sequences come to peck
at this soft rhythm with the effects of attacks from giant flies. And
w hile our ears are centered on this surprising meshing of ambiences,
the rhythm spits a strange poison of white noises. It's heavy and
vicious. The chthonian choruses add to the intrigue while the track
fetches refuge in a very theatrical mooing. The title-track reborn
again out of these ashes, throwing an ochred mist where are shouting
the sparrows along with the hooting of spectres. The synth pads, and
this is as in every corner of “Life to Come”, are as much black than
weighty, wrapping an intro in a shroud of horror where will gambol a
superb melodious approach which is knotted in suspense. That does very
Mark Shreeve. That does very Legion and that feels good. And it also
ends a splendid album which plays in loops in my cd player for already
one week. “Life to Come” is a huge album my friends. It's a huge work
from Mark Shreeve who does everything here. An inescapable and
undoubtedly the best of 2015 which nevertheless showed some solid
albums here! Yes, a big year for EM! Ther e was only missing new music
from Redshift and it's now done. Hat to you Mark!
Sylvain Lupari (October 20th, 2015)

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