Andrei Orlov – Something New Which Surprises Even Ourselves 12"
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Format 12" Vinyl
Andrei Orlov pushes alive sounds from modern electronica spectrum through avantgarde, krautrock or ambient. It is totally new even if you would quote Tangerine Dream or John Carpenter to assimilate ... It includes a track reinterpretation by Le Chocolat Noir. Based in Moscow (Russia), Andrei Orlov pushes alive sounds from modern electronica spectrum through avantgarde, krautrock or ambient. It is totally new even if you would quote Tangerine Dream or John Carpenter to assimilate ... This space world full of lights crossing the city late at night, boarding with them all kind of styles ... Cosmic disco,psychedelic pop, synth music. Linking past to modernity is something conscient in Andrei's sound, permitting him to play live at local places involved into technological process where conferences also take place, at the 2016 Synthposium Festival for example.
A1 Lifting Body (Le Chocolat Noir Reinterpretation)
A2 Lifting Body
B1 Among The Stars And Angels
B2 When Thoughts Turn Inward
Daft Punk (Virgin, Columbia) told:
"The label title reminds names concrete composers was using to release their music, this EP is completely in the spirit of Berlin school era, between K. Schulze & a totally new approach of Kraftwerk. Andrei Orlov explores with an unique approach the realm of what modern electronic music is. "
The Pilotwings (BFDM,Macadam Mambo) said:
"Amazing record, this is real music ! An eclectic progression : Between the first track, sounding like a dark modernization of the Berlin School movement, to the third, a great synth popish 80's song. Beautiful synths and fresh ideas here. We love it !
Jorge Socarrás (Friend and musical partner of Patrick Cowley) wrote:
"Beautiful piece - richly textured and multilayered, with threads of various electronic and classical lineages woven into something unique. Inspires me to think of music Patrick Cowley might be making were he is alive to this day. "