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4 stars As short, time wise, as it may seem, PULSE EMITTER aka Daryl Groetsch's "Live at the Chapel", 2016, makes it work on his behalf by compressing this sonic live experience with various electronic music components into a single composition, therefore its richness in music language never loses focus or time in showing all its deep and hypnotic beauty.

Rarely, electronic (or other styled), musicians can blend opposite elements, in this case jungle atmospheres in the form of field recordings, without over emphasizing its use. Daryl Groetsch transmutes these foreign elements to become integral part of his electronic performance, thus stays pretty far away from the common "world music" tagging. Opposite to that, its mix is so perfect pitch, that it will take a chemist's abilities to separate these "foreign" ingredients.

Also on the always bright side, Daryl Groetsch stays at a very repectful distance away from the closeness he sometimes shows to Tangerine Dream's manners, which allows his personal music language to shine throughly.

****4 "live" PA stars.

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Posted Sunday, July 10, 2016 | Review Permalink

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