Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 4, 2002. Armed with

NEW AGE OF EARTH is a classic of EM where everything is built from ideas torn away to the unfaithful horizons of hard drugs.

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 11, 2020. Its deep, resonant bass pulse and waves of rising and falling synths sweep the listener along on tides of pure harmonic bliss. An ocean floating on a synth and on its ghostly breezes which embraces the very ambient modulations rocked by a lonely bass line in a sonic sky filled by Manuel Gottsching's guitar laments which is worth any kind of analog synth.

Gottsching acquits himself admirably here as both synth programmer and cosmic guru extraordinaire, creating a joyous, celebratory anthem for the new solar-powered generation. In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. Includes high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

The compositions are structured such that a larger, more complex ensemble is intimated, with a throbbing, sequenced bass part underlying melodies and harmonies played on synthesizers with widely varying "tone colors". Your Amazon Music account is currently associated with a different marketplace. Ocean Of Tenderness (originally by Ashra) by Maat Lander, released 28 September 2020 1. Additional taxes may apply.

Manuel Gottsching's transformation in the 1970s is amazing. Top subscription boxes – right to your door, © 1996-2020, Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. Reviewed in the United States on July 6, 2015. It could also be seen perhaps as a link between 'Berlin-School' style electronics and ambient (think Klaus Schulze). Ashra Songs Videos Pictures Artist Radio . On the other hand, there's the rather misleading implication that this is a new-age album. Much as I am averse to all that I must admit that this album is the one that always springs to mind. The Disintegration Loops III (Remastered). Sylvain Lupari (February 11th, 2007) *****, © 2019 by  Synth&Sequences \ Sylvain (A.K.A. ffo EARTH. Virgin Vaults CDV 2080.

Wonderful, the guitar is crying and makes cry such as a lost soul which suffers from the abandonment, from the bitterness of a past formerly filled with promises. Four tracks and 47 minutes of music, the album pulsates at times which gives you the sense of motion, or to travel. Without percussions and equipped of an analog synth and his guitar, Manuel Gottsching maintains a rhythm supported by his genius and his way of modulating an artificial beat shaped by jerked breezes of synth rolling in the air. Even the album cover itself--a brilliant sunburst rising over the ruins of a towering skyscraper amid a riot of vegetable growth--suggests images of rebirth and reawakening. Unlimited free Ashra music - Click to play Deep Distance, Ocean Of Tenderness and whatever else you want!

Manuel Gottsching multiplies analog modulations and frequencies of a very cosmic and floating movement. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy. Let us know what you think of the Last.fm website.

It is sad that with today's technology that some of the new electronic music has started to get predictably bland. Add lyrics on Musixmatch. Only synth layers finely cut out and which stuck together are shaping a staccato style of rhythm of which the very hatched flow is used as rhythmic bed to a soft melody that haunts our senses and sings in a drizzle from a celestial fog. At times, a cloud of mist comes to comfort this duel of rhythm and harmony by transposing it towards another level of emotionalism. To me, it is evocative of long, carefree summer nights. But throughout the Ashra days, their sound became less experimental and more fluid. In well under 10 years he went from pioneering blitzed-out space rock in the band Ash Ra Tempel to helping lay the foundation for modern electronica with his Ashra project. An essential track in the EM sphere which is carved on my iPod since years.

the ability to create music in home studios and then to exchange tracks via internet, rock musicians began to experiment with new, more complex forms of artistic interaction.