"Analogic Touch" is a tribute to the Berlin school Ambient period, a sound adventure created from the meeting between legendary analog instruments and the latest sound creation software. Imagined and composed by artists Kurtz Mindfields and sound designer Tajmahal; featuring seminal guests such as Robert Rich, Irina Mikhailova, Kliment and many others, resulting in an electronic musical masterpeace.
USC Plus presents the first genre in the history of USC, and this collection is in the genre of Berlin School. 32 songs and more than 5 hours of music from composers from around the world.
The Infinite Divide” is Sequential Dream’s ninth album. Whereas Sequential Dreams’ previous album “The Exodus Wave” had a markedly more rock orientation, this album dials more into the earlier influences of the Berlin School electronic music genre. Although guitars are still a part of the compositions, synthesizers and sequences were intended as the main instruments for this album. This said, as with the theme of philosophical and metaphysical “Duality” hinted at by the album title, the music gradually transitions from the more synthesizer-centric sound to eventually incorporate some of the more electronic rock vibes for which Sequential Dreams albums is known for…
Classic Berlin School electronic music recorded live in Montana and evokes dreamy images of Yellowstone with influence of Tangerine Dream, Klaus Schulze, Steve Roach and even Ashra.
Recorded live in 2007 with the Ricochet Gathering Yellowstone 2007. Mario is also well known for his solo works, collaborations and the German electronic music label Manikin. Thomas Fanger has played in many ambient and techno electronic line-ups. He is also in film production. This release contains an epic long Berlin School electronic track akin to Tangerine Dream in the mid 1970's…
Arcane is the nom de clavier of Paul Lawler when producing astounding recreations of 1970s and 1980s Berlin School electronic music, with Tangerine Dream in their Baumann and Schmoelling eras as specific referents.
The music on this album is built from layers of self generative modular synth atmospheres, sequences, vintage Fx, and Drums, to musically mimic the self propelled nature of the Automaton.
Having re-released a large part of Tangerine Dream's back catalog in 2009, the Germany based Membran label released the box set The Electronic Journey in September 2010. It contains ten full-length albums from the Membran catalog, all repackaged in cardboard sleeves and put together in a cardboard box. Recording date 1982-2006.
Ken Martin has been composing & playing electronic music for 40 years. He's developed his own unique blend of Berlin school & space music that hearkens back to the golden age of instrumental synth music. "Berlin Impressions" is a tribute to the early Berlin electronic music scene - gone are the days of analog production - this CD is a homage to the old electronic sounds created with the latest technology.