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TaboTago at Zwingli-Kirche, Berlin
Concert News Poster: bewoest - Date: Sat Mar 31, 2018 8:30 pm
Wednesday, April 18, 2018 at 8 PM – 11 PM
KulturRaum Zwingli-Kirche e.V.
Am Rudolfplatz, 10245 Friedrichshain

TaboTago will also present their new album “Kymatica”.

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Kymatica is a journey back in time with one foot firmly in the future. To Berlin-based trio TaboTago, the years between Tangerine Dream‘s monolithic album »Zeit« in 1972 and the controversial fusion experiment »Cyclone« towards the end of the decade still provide plenty of inspiration. Over the course of many sessions and private concerts in a basement on Taborstraße they manage to crack the code which allowed Tangerine Dream to build epic and complex sound worlds using synthesizers and early electronic equipment. Starting out as a tribute band, it wasn‘t long before the band applyied their secret knowledge to the six pieces of original material on debut album »Kymatica«.

In the spirit of the originals from the 70s and performed on current digital gear as well as on analoge synthesizers, these up to 11-minute long tracks occasionally sound like undiscovered Froese recordings. Partly, this impression can be attributed to the fact that, similar to the techniques used by most krautrock bands at the time, all of the tracks were edited from live studio
sessions, using no overdubs and very little post production. The band regarded it vital to replicate the deep and warm sound of Tangerine Dream‘s 70s productions.

By incorporating these diverse influences into a ›Berlin School‹ production, »Kymatica« organically beams Tangerine Dream‘s spirit into the 21st century. – Tobias Fischer

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syndae - episode 428
EM News Poster: treibklang - Date: Fri Mar 30, 2018 8:00 pm
Not everybody celebrates Easter, although it outgrew its religious meaning similar to christmas. The term Easter Egg got even more popular, not for the festivities but as a hidden feature in computer games, movies, and more. To me, electronic music and relatives are quite a collection of Easter Eggs within music in general. With only a few exceptions, most people rather listen to the ever repeating popular and furbished mirror-bright artists. Well, they miss out a lot, as to be heard on tonight's edition with extraordinarily fine tracks by Vangelis (Direct), Otarion (Under Surface), Ian Boddy & Erik Wøllo (Meridian), Dreams Beat (Dreams Beat), Eagle (The Last Kosmonaut), and Jarguna (Pareidolia).

Angelic discoveries on
https://www.syndae.de/episodes/801-episode-428

Yours, Stefan
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New interview with Jean Michel Jarre, by Geeta Dayal
EM News Poster: BruecknerAmbient - Date: Wed Mar 28, 2018 9:38 am
Indian/American music journalist Geeta Dayal just shared this on FB...

https://artists.spotify.com/blog/q-and-a-jean-michel-jarre-on-embracing-limitations-and-working-with-edward


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1 Ear 2 Hear - New Show this Good Friday!
EM News Poster: TangerineMan - Date: Tue Mar 27, 2018 9:32 pm
Good Evening, a new electronic show broadcasts this coming week from 17.00 (UK) time. I had the privilege to talk with Ian Boddy in Birmingham recently and I will be sharing with you this interview, plus recent music from Ian. I have also been provided music to play from Fletcher Beasley. I'm loving this album and hope you will enjoy this too? Other new music from Ulrich Schnauss, Robert Waters, Johannes Schmoelling & Thorsten Q plus more. All you need is the link and the time:
Here is the link http://mixlr.com/1e2h/
I'm looking forward to your time!
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