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COSMOLOGICAL TALES

Przemyslaw Rudz

 

Progressive Electronic

4.00 | 4 ratings

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colorofmoney91
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4 stars Cosmological Tales is an extremely energetic progressive electronic album, and would most likely serve as a perfect introduction into a genre usually defined by its empty, electronic soundscapes. This is not subtle, droning electronic music - this is a very full, energetic electronic journey that sounds like it actually could be the sound counterpart to a real cosmological argument with detailed imagery. I'd say the music here is most like a very strong Klaus Schulze. The soundscapes are vast, lush, colorful, loud, and powerful overall. There are plenty of the tell-tale progressive electronic elements, such as the synthetic zapping and droning backbone, synths soaring high above the mix, and obvious structural progression through the tracks. The one thing that I don't care for about this album are the new-age plastic- sounding drums, but really this album would sound strange without, so it's for the best I suppose. This album plays like a journey through space, around and underneath and high above all the planets, eventually venturing further into the unknown.

Highly recommended spatial progressive electronic music of cosmic origin.

colorofmoney91 | 4/5 |

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