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Sacha Gibson


Progressive Electronic

3.00 | 1 ratings

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3 stars A sophistication, tech wise, of early Electronic Music (Italy,1930, give n' take), named as such then, but later adopted by the music schools' idiom and tagged as "Musique Concrete" or a subcategory of the same, which nowadays diversifies into infinity and of course to the Progressive Electronic world.

So, Sacha Gibson in this release moves along those hyper traveled, very early electronic roads. A kind of cultural update for those younger generations, which will hardly look for, less go that far in chronological time backwards, to "discover" this highly unfriendly and demanding electronic environment.

Therefore two good reasons to give it a chance will turn out to be, to know that this "Chaos At The Centre Of The Universe" 2014, is not influenced directly by any of his PA's bio mentioned musicians, opposite to that, it can be directly related to the guys who influenced those early mentioned proggers (1960-70). The next good reason is to testify how sound engineering, recording and keyboard instruments have evoluted since then.

A faithful but unsurprising trip, which covers all the expected protocols but stops there, in our present time (2015).

***3 PA stars.

admireArt | 3/5 |


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