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Atomine Elektrine


Progressive Electronic

4.00 | 4 ratings

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5 stars This album is simply prodigious and develops the most brilliant elements to define the progressive electronic genre in a modern / contemporary way. Peter Andersson is at the head of many musical projects, but I'm only familiar with Atomine elektrine which already represents a standard in the development of sonic, cinematic electronic ambiences. In Nebulous the atmosphere is beautifully ethereal without being new agey, it's very consistent, always inspired with dynamic / moving electronic textures and tumultuous melodies. Transforming Space starts this intersidereal electronic voyage with a number of floating synth waves that progressively turn into a comsic madness with eally vibrant, immersive electronic patterns (much more refined than Tangerine Dream's pompous electronic arpeggios) and abstract noises & drones. Energy net is a deep cerebral trip made of post industrial effects and echoes. In Between Spaces is a more poetical-introspective affair with dense lysergic synth strings and an ocean of molecular noises. Deep Sky Twilight is a static, dreamy-like composition, really spacious stuff with gorgeous floating synth strates. A really nice modern experimental electronic album with lot of variations and subtle arrangements. A little classic, not a difficult listening and accessible to everyone.
philippe | 5/5 |


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