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SPACE ART

Space Art

 

Progressive Electronic

3.57 | 14 ratings

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VOTOMS
3 stars Space Art - self titled album

What? They're bad? Come on, if you're here, you already want cliche analog synth music, you filthy man! Space Art self-titled album, or Onix, engages a cheesy, but somehow pretty sympathetic musical environment. The music isn't complex to undestand. Much like Trip in The Center Head, but a little better. The sixth track (Ode a Clavius) took my interest after the first two minutes. Actually, the intro of this track, my favorite from all Space Art's work, it's a classical wannabe composition for oldschool electronics. The late minutes get's pretty interesting. OK, it's catchy. A little catchy. I'm sad there aren't too many minimal synth fans nowadays, and I can understand why Space Art remains underground in the progressive territory: they're cheesies than cheesy enough. I listen to loads of electronic vintage tapes and even the cliche ones are more inventive than this! But you know, it has some charm.

VOTOMS | 3/5 |

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