Robert Schroeder : New Frequencies 1

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Sell date: 2/2010
Label: Spheric
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NEW fREQUENCIES is a new studio project of Robert Schroeder, that, exactly like his D.MO publications, is a planned release as a series. The German musician occupies, since the 80's, nationally and internationally, the foremost popularity beside bands like Tangerine Dream, Jean-Michel Jarre, Klaus Schulze and Kraftwerk. He celebrated his largest success with the project Double Fantasy. After a seven year creative break, Robert Schroeder could convert his comeback successfully with Lambert Ringlage's label Spheric Music in 2005. Since than, he has published regularly, new productions such as SphereWare, Taste It or 30 Years After. Now, Robert Schroeder offers a new series project that is the result of passionate studio work with PC and keyboard. NEW FREQUENCIES Vol.1 is Schroeder's 10th album release on Spheric Music and supplies something other music, than no one knows or expects from Robert. The music prefers particularly analogue sounds and is sequencer based, it is however, also more rhythmic and with higher BPM values. This'spicy' electronic music, Schroeder would like to publish in the future, additionally as his own series, within his regular solo productions. NEW FREQUENCIES Vol.1 offers electronic sounds of the newest generation. On this album you can find dancable tracks and also experimental and spherical tracks. Voice samples and galactic soundscapes round the overall view to a postmodern music production. A specified studio project, that is different in composition and production sound to the standard. Whoever likes Schiller, Massive Attack or Faithless, will also like NEW FREQUENCIES. NEW FREQUENCIES extends horizon and blood veins and is music for clubs, discos and at home - for dancing, chill out and enjoyment ... much pleasure. Best tracks: 1, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11 Please read the excellent album review by Sylvain Lupari from gutsofdarkness & synth&sequences Robert Schroeder has the merit of always keep his public on alert. Album after album, and this since his 2005 comeback with 'Brainchips', the German synthesist disconcerts his fans by producing avant-gardism releases. Albums, I think in particular of 'Sphereware' and 'Taste It', where Schroeder explores and innovates it's musical creations traced from new technologies, but while respecting it's paths musical who, needs to remember, always rocked between the Synth-Pop (Double Fantasy) and a EM as well sequenced as cosmic. With 'New Frequencies Vol. I', Robert Schroeder investigates the world of virtual keyboards with PC's, shaping a musical world that goes beyond sonorities boundaries that Schroeder created until today. Voted as the best album in Audiophile Pop category, New Frequencies Vol. I is the first of albums series, contrary to the D.MO, where Robert Schroeder pushes his musical explorations out of conventional Space Rock limits, diving into Space Synth-Pop, with an album filled of ambivalent rhythms, but amazedly powerful, with solid percussions, subtle and strange voices samplers, as well as synth to hybrid and still wrapping surges but a lesser cosmic. 'Rhythm Dancer' opens this Schroeder 21st opus at great start with synthesized waves which hem in loops on a liven rhythmic and slightly rattlesnakes sounding percussions where digital sound effects are multiplying, faithful to sounds multiplicity that reigns in the complex musical universe of Schroeder. The rhythm is ambiguity and explores various structures on hatched keyboards keys, howling of synth and avalanches of drums which break out on a cadence already well fed in tones. 'The Reason Why' offers a more chipped structure on synths to sinuous waves and jazzy tones. A title which floats in a very dense synthesized envelope, but of which the rhythm is constant and supported by a good line of bass and sequences which pulse heavily on tablas percussions Earth, Wind and Fire alike synths. I Like It explodes from it's opening with a rhythmic to rattlesnake's extremities and a synth of which metallic strata shell his cosmic and psychedelic elements beneath suave voices sampling. Here, as on the who

 
 Tracks
 
Rhythm Dancer
The Reason Why
I Like It
Twitter My Mind
Falling Down
I Feel So Good
Caribbean Nights
A Night in Space
From Heart to Heart
Rockntronic
Oxidation