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Steve Roach


Progressive Electronic

4.29 | 9 ratings

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5 stars Another 5 star album!

When Steve Roach means business he goes for all the marbles. What the aftermath of the famous "cosmic" music school sounds like, not the way it should have sounded, this is for real.

In his creative peak which we prog-electronic audiophiles can witness with privilege, "The Delicate Forever", another 2014 release, sets Steve Roach to dwell into his short timed songwriting as opposed to his hour long pieces. This method seems to give Mr, Roach the urgency to compress his musical ideas and therefore clarify them to the point of perfection.

This album is flawless, completely original in its songwriting, its concept and results. It could easily be a match to his last year's masterpiece "Spiral Meditations".

As mentioned, "The Berlin electronic music schoo" will surely have prided on this late bloomer, he not only follows the unwritten protocols of that styling, he again brings to the table the future ones. Let TD rot in their laurels, Steve Roach is here and ready to set that school on fire again and again!

A masterpiece what else can you expect!

*****5 "flawless, original, daring" PA stars. Or as Peter Hammill sings "I want the future NOW!", and I will add, this is sheer proof of that!

admireArt | 5/5 |


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