Keller,Schonwalder&Broekhuis Musique des Machines [E Newage]

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Name:Keller,Schonwalder&Broekhuis Musique des Machines [E Newage]

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 02. Musique des Machines 2.mp3

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Broekuis, Keller & Schönwälder - Musique des Machines
Artist...............: Bas Broekuis, Detlef Keller & Mario Schönwälder
Album................: Musique des Machines
Genre................: New Age Synthesizer
Source...............: WAV
Year.................: 2005/2006
Codec................: LAME 3.96
Version..............: MPEG 1 Layer III
Quality..............: Insane, (avg. bitrate: 320kbps)
Channels.............: Stereo / 44100 hz
Tags.................: ID3 v1.1, ID3 v2.3

Included.............: NFO
Covers...............: Front Back CD
01. (00:26:21) Musique des Machines 1
02. (00:43:43) Musique des Machines 2
Playing Time.........: 01:10:04
Total Size...........: 160.38 MB

The last album I reviewed by these three was only last month 'Live @
Dorfkirche Repelen' and two different sets of music you couldn't have.
That album was stunningly beautiful full of subtlety and excellent
melody. For the most part this is about metronomic sequencer /
rhythm lead carnage. Faintly melodic bright touches of sound provide
quite a tranquil start to 'Musique des Maschines 1'. It only takes a
minute and a half however for a rapid staccato sequence to emerge.
More, almost manic, runs of notes move up and down the sonic
spectrum adding another exciting element to the already heady brew.
It all goes together to form a sort of swirling psychedelic frenzy. By
the seventh minute a rumbling bass line, additional sonic pulses, more
roller coaster sequences and generally an even faster pace have lead
to wonderful exciting overload. Just before we descend to complete
chaos however things are reined back a little so that mellotron sounds
can be given their full effect through the ever-present beats and
pulsations. Proceedings become increasingly hypnotic, additional
rhythmic detail coming and going around the constant backing. A little
softness is brought into play with three minutes to go as tranquil pads
float from the speakers breaking us out of our trance but rhythm is
never far away as additional shuffling syncopations are deployed
keeping the excitement high right until the end. The best is saved to
last however.
The gargantuan forty-three minute 'Musique des Maschines 2' growls
into life, a sequence being present right from the off. Initially things
are all rather brooding. A second rapid sequence really picks up the
pace then a third more melodic one falls into formation and yet we are
less than ninety seconds in! Bas comes up with some excellent, rather
Schulzian drum flourishes. A bass rhythm enters then some rather
breezy lead detail, like the sound of the wind from our Ferrari
whooshing past slower vehicles as we race down the Autobahn.
Additional little note runs come and go all the time, morphing this way
and that. A repeated melody is deployed in the tenth minute which
also heralds an exquisite rhythm change. More exciting grooves enter
two minutes later and my feet are now moving to the music like crazy
and my head shaking in heavy metal style! Melodies are present but
they are like will-o'-the- wisps in the middle of the mix. By the
sixteenth minute lead detail is again riding high in the mix, bouncing
over the rest of this wonderful hyperdriven brew. There is now so
much movement, lovely little sounds and effects being introduced
then retired in quick succession. I have said on a number of occasions
that if something is worth doing it is worth doing to excess- and boy
have they done it to wonderful excess here! An essential purchase for
any Keller & Schonwalder (and not forgetting the amazing Bas
Broekhuis) fan. Though you will probably need a good lie down after
to recover! (DL)

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