Friday, 9 September 2011

Robert Schroeder - Sphereware (2010)



The German Electronics artist Robert Schroeder (discovered 1978 by EM pioneer Klaus Schulze) has produced numerous excellent solo CDs as well as his success album Double Fantasy / Universal Ave., which reached the US Charts in the end of the 80s. The music of Robert Schroeder is various, but always soulful. He combines spherical synthesizer sounds with modern rhythmical contrasts, often supplemented by spacey guitars and sometimes also by piano, cello or voices. Schroeder's music spectrum includes Electronic, Ambient, Chill-Out, Lounge, Berlin School, Adventure and Trip-Hop. Electronic Music in the widest sense is the musical style of this artist who has his roots in the music of Klaus Schulze, Can and Pink Floyd.

This 16th solo album SphereWare is something for experts and lovers from Chill Out, Lounge, Space, Berlin School and Ambient with modern beats and sounds. The promising Ambient opener (dark, weird, atmospheric) is followed by an experimental and beautifully soft track with the finest effect sounds, nice surfaces, retro sounds, successful lead guitar and relaxed Chill-Out sound. This strong atmospheric track will inspire the electronic fans!
Other tracks offer interesting rhythmical elements, trance, hypnotic sequences, Techno reminiscences and analogue sounds, dreamy melodies and Melotron choirs.

SphereWare is a successful mixture of analogue and digital sounds and atmospheres. The precisely 15 minutes track "A Quarter Of An Hour" includes spacey e-guitar lines, these, however, also with strong and interesting effects.
SphereWare is Chill-Out, cosmic, spacey rhythmical, romantic and full of suspense and relaxing. Enjoy it .MP3 Robert Schroeder - SphereWare - Download Dance, Electronica




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