Earthen

by Alpha Wave Movement

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Jettison the pop culture world into a landscape of soothing tonal colors. A beat-less environment of introspective audio realms conceived out of the quiet earth fused into timeless abodes of sound. Subtle pulses luring & surreal.

Review:

On "Earthen", Gregory Kyryluk has somehow been able to collect the best ingredients from his output as Alpha Wave Movement, blending his trademark of evocative ambient atmospherics and contemporary electronic sounds together with flares of Berlin School.

The beautiful opener "Immerse" already illustrates smooth spacescapes intwine perfectly with gentle, holdback sequencer patterns. Subtlety and introspection also apply to the mesmerizing spherics and waves making up the title track, on which a certain meditative current also can be discerned. A smooth sense of motion surfaces on the ethereal and uplifting "Pulseforms", where I also felt a sense of classic Steve Roach shimmering through. Next are the slow drifting soundscape textures and xylophone sounds of "Source", all creating a dreamy sphere of tranquility and minimalism along a slight Asian mood.

The cosmic theme is addressed very nicely on "Helios", and arc or morphing, silencing waves and textures. At the end of the album, the wavering textures of "Forest" complement those of "Source" in a very cool manner. In addition, the whole album would do very well on repeat-mode as one doesn’t get tired of its valvenizing impact.

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released 07 May 2015

All music channeled thru Gregory Kyryluk

Predominantly recorded live to digital medium using 100% hardware synthesis manipulated and mixed in real-time.

Recorded 2014-2015 in the Soundcave, USA

Original cd release available from Anodize
anodizesound.bandcamp.com/album/earthen

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Harmonic Resonance Recordings est. 1995 home base of recording artist Alpha Wave Movement, Thought Guild, Open Canvas and Gregory Kyryluk. Focus is intelligent, emotional and atmospheric electronic music that draws from the wellspring of 1970's era progressive rock, ambient, jazz, new age and world music. Music for the adventurous listener eager to x-pand ones listening landscapes further out..... ... more

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