25 September 2012

WMRI - Currents Across the Time

Record: 2010-2011 • Edition: 2012 • USC-WR-1209.0092
Traditional Electronic, Berlin School

Currents Across the Time was recorded in November, 2010 as the second concert on the radio StreamerP2P. Estimated audience was no more than five persons. The announcement was planned extremely poorly, and no one really could listen to it. Now, as before with Moon Events, this deep and holistic release can be heard by a wider audience. As a bonus, the album presents the new track The Dream of Spheres, which took part on the competition GENERATION.torrent 4 in November, 2011.

Tracklist: 01.Currents Across the Time (50:33) 02.The Dream of Spheres (10:15)

Composed by WMRI. All instruments programmed, keyboards and synthesizers played, music written, arranged and mixed, artwork by Mike Winchester. Artwork revision by Anna Riet.

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1 comment:

  1. Wunderbarer Klangteppich
    [arabardo • Jan 6, 2012]
    Wunderbare abwechslungs- und detailreiche Klangteppiche zum Abtauchen und Genießen. Erinnert mich an Thom Brennan und Steve Roach. Da hör ich gerne lange hin. Danke dafür!


    Emotions et lyrisme !
    [RebelRaiser • Jan 7, 2012]
    Une musique qui oscille entre Steve Roach, Tangerine Dream mais surtout Klaus Schulze où l'on retrouve, dans le morceau éponyme, émotions, chaleur et le lyrisme du maître allemand. Le morceau bonus, même s'il n'a pas la même profondeur des deux morceaux précédents n'en reste pas moins très original. Un excellent album ! Merci pour le partage !