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TIMEWIND

Klaus Schulze

 

Progressive Electronic

4.22 | 287 ratings

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Tunca Arican
4 stars Repetition is the main component of modernity and electronic music the son of modern times. when an individual looks his/er eyes directly and constantly, suddenly h/she feels like looking someone else, because the first result of repetitive act is alieanation. Here, the problem is that how to revert this feeling through a creative act. yes, Klaus Schulze's "Timewind" is so repetitive, but manages to create a real reversed alieanation feeling or mood with its memorable, magical and powerfull melodies. First side tries to dig the big hole in our souls and second side kicks us to fall into music. electronic soundscapes of this work is clearly voices and screams of high- speed modernism with its dark moods, but still involving in the hope sea to change something in this world through art.

I felt like being lost at the first time that I listened to this album, but afterward I found something new in my losts. I can suggest you to be alone if you listen to it for the first time. And then, share it with your friends when you are a little drunk to observe people in a different mood.

Tunca Arican | 4/5 |

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