Hot on the heels of the acclaimed neo-berlin school album “mysterious cave of eternal theta” comes another berlin-school inspired collection of songs, computerchemist has opted for a more rockier and uptempo theme this time around.
“A great example of the Berlin School style of EM, building the rhythmic elements with traditional style sequences rather than drums and the massive sounds of the Mellotron providing background … for the nicely executed melodic content.”
“A heartfelt exercise in exceptional music that brings to life a canvas of sounds that captivate the listener, helping them on that fantastic journey to the deepest soundtrack of the cosmos.” A brand new 100% synth only album cutting a groove with computerchemist’s unique take on the neo-berlin school sound.
“WTF? And where can I get more?!”
A second prog / spacerock album collaboration with vocalist/musician RadioRay who has played with Alan Davey’s “The Psychedelic Warlords”.
Pure unadulterated neo-krautrock, guitar, bass and drum heavy instrumental music with lashings of mellotron and synth, a homage to the great early 70s German kosmiche rock.
“Hawk Nuts should lap it up!”
“Hawkwind but giving it a more trendy vibe”
A prog / spacerock album collaboration with vocalist/musician RadioRay who has played with Alan Davey’s “The Psychedelic Warlords”.
His thirteenth award winning solo album, and first full-length movie score, moves computerchemist into a new and exciting domain, previously trodden by only a very select few of his contemporary influences and peers.
For this, his ninth solo album, computerchemist has gone back to guitar and synthesizer, producing 5 new tracks harking back to the strong 70’s influences of Krautrock and Berlin School.
For the eighth solo album, it’s back to basics and completely composed and recorded in the analogue domain using only Korg Volca boxes. Guest appearances from Chris Gill (Band of Rain) and Zsolt Galántai (MAYA, Rusty Gold, Ossian).
Wow! Our debut Audio Cologne Project album “2911.” has come in second place in the highly regarded ARFM Soundscape’s “Album of the Year 2013” poll!