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ALPHA WAVE MOVEMENT

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An extension of Thought Guild, ALPHA WAVE MOVEMENT, established in Miami, Florida in 1992, is an electronic music project from Gregory T. Kyryluk. With a mix of analogue and digital sounds, it's musical style can be considered ambient, New Age, perhaps even a little space rock, influenced by the classic 1970's German electronic artists of the Berlin School sound such as TANGERINE DREAM, with traces of the ambient aesthetics of STEVE ROACH and BRIAN ENO as well. In addition to these initial musical influences, Kyryluk also takes inspiration from nature and natural landscapes. Since the mid-nineties, there have been over twenty releases under the ALPHA WAVE MOVEMENT title, and in addition to an assortment of live performances, Kyryluk's music has also been featured in video games like `Grand Theft Auto IV', and on TV shows such as `True Blood'.

The debut album `Transcendence' first appeared in 1995, very much in a traditional electronic-space melodic sound, but further releases have presented a wide variety of styles - 2014's `Horizons' more in an colourful OZRIC TENTACLES direction, 2013's `Yasumu' a purely New-Age/ambient contemplation, 2007's `The Mystic and the Machine' a love-letter to vintage Seventies romantic prog mixed with electronic atmospheres, and `Archaic Frontiers' (also 2014) more earthy and grounded. Each album offers a sublime selection of electronic soundscapes and exploratory aural environments.

ALPHA WAVE MOVEMENT will appeal to those who enjoy both vintage and modern long-form electronic styles, intelligent ambient arrangements and meaningful New Age atmospheres, and comes highly recommended to progressive-electronic listeners.

Biography by Michael H (Aussie-Byrd-Brother)

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4.00 | 3 ratings
Transcendence
1995
4.00 | 3 ratings
The Edge of Infinity
1997
4.00 | 3 ratings
Concept of Motion
1998
3.00 | 2 ratings
Drifted Into Deeper Lands
2000
4.00 | 2 ratings
Bislama
2000
4.00 | 3 ratings
A Distant Signal
2000
4.00 | 2 ratings
Cosmology
2003
4.00 | 2 ratings
Beyond Silence
2005
4.00 | 5 ratings
The Mystic and the Machine
2007
4.00 | 4 ratings
Terra
2007
3.08 | 5 ratings
Soniq Variants
2011
3.75 | 4 ratings
Myriad Stars
2011
4.00 | 2 ratings
Yasumu
2013
4.55 | 14 ratings
Architexture of Silence
2013
4.00 | 8 ratings
Celestial Chronicles
2014
3.67 | 6 ratings
Archaic Frontiers
2014
3.98 | 7 ratings
Eolian Reflections
2014
2.50 | 7 ratings
Horizons
2014
3.07 | 9 ratings
System A
2015
4.01 | 43 ratings
EARTHEN
2015
4.87 | 4 ratings
Harmonic Currents
2015
3.91 | 4 ratings
Kinetic
2016

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3.00 | 1 ratings
The Regions Between
2007
0.00 | 0 ratings
Exiled Particles
2012

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3.00 | 1 ratings
Cosmic Mandala
2008

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 Eolian Reflections by ALPHA WAVE MOVEMENT album cover Studio Album, 2014
3.98 | 7 ratings

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Eolian Reflections
Alpha Wave Movement Progressive Electronic

Review by Aussie-Byrd-Brother
Special Collaborator Rock Progressivo Italiano Team

4 stars Alpha Wave Movement's Gregory Kyryluk is already establishing himself as one of the modern prog-electronic masters with a large back catalogue of superb and atmospheric titles of great variety. Some perfectly fuse vintage Berlin School mystery with modern deep-space ambience like the classic `Architexture of Silence' from 2013, `Yasumu' and `Harmonic Currents' are deeply meditative and others are more obviously melodic such as `Horizons' or the recent `Kinetic'. Then there's 2014's `Eolian Reflections' that blends many of those styles into one exquisite work, containing six unhurried electronic pieces that rarely drifts into more static drone territory, instead offering endless subtle graceful movement, sometimes with just the lightest of grounded earthy tribal elements and never actually resembling `cosmic' music for even a second.

A gentle twinkling melody flits around opener `Canyon Reverie's dreamy and placid sighing ambient washes, the most subtle of didgeridoo groans quietly beside Kitaro-like electronic breezes and permeating exotic ethnic flavours throughout the quietly dramatic `Cliff Dwellers Dominion', and the low-key `Dune Reflections' comes the closest to a Steve Roach-like piece with its pristine and sustaining fuzzy hum that continually approaches and falls away. The shorter `Full Moon At Window Arch's languid shimmerings are teeming with life and wonder, `Natural Geometry's eerie ripples drowsy float over a subtle variety of percussive elements and acoustic guitar-like chimes, and luxurious pools of heavenly electronic caresses glisten throughout closer `The Crossroads Of Time & Silence'.

`Eolian Reflections' is a beautiful progressive-electronic work that just might be one of Gregory's most quietly defining Alpha Wave Movement releases to date. It retains a very warm humanity, something that's not easy to achieve when solely utilising electronics, and is ideal for newcomers who want a good representation of intelligent ambient/prog-electronic music that remains colourful, inviting and artful from a smart and varied modern composer.

Four stars.

 Kinetic by ALPHA WAVE MOVEMENT album cover Studio Album, 2016
3.91 | 4 ratings

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Kinetic
Alpha Wave Movement Progressive Electronic

Review by Aussie-Byrd-Brother
Special Collaborator Rock Progressivo Italiano Team

4 stars After delivering three very different releases in 2015 and rounding out that year with the sublime ambient meditation `Harmonic Currents' (fans of Steve Hillage's seminal `Rainbow Dome Musick' are going to want to look into that one), Gregory Kyryluk's Alpha Wave Movement returns in 2016 with `Kinetic', and it should come as no surprise to learn with that title that it's a more lively, energetic work full of movement. Favouring mostly more compact and up-tempo pieces, constant rhythmic elements give the album a constant forward momentum, making it a nice change of approach for the intelligent prog-electronic artist.

Both the title-track opener `Kinetic' and `Dark Meridian' remind of the Eighties and modern Tangerine Dream albums with their breezy repeating themes and strident synth soloing, the former pumping with a vibrant dance beat and the magical latter glistening with chiming electronics. `Machine Mambo' would fit nicely alongside the later Ozric Tentacles discs with its pairing of exotic percussion programming and slinking electronic bass behind joyful synth embraces, and `D.E.I', the longest cut on the disc at over twelve minutes, unveils stretching ambient canvasses over rippling sequencer trickles and dancing keyboard quivers that carefully move in and out of the most subtle of grooves.

`Anoraxis' and `Synergistic Highway' both unexpectedly bristle with a near-synth pop playfulness, the former taking off with a lifting symphonic finale and the latter dazzling with ravishing synth leads and purring beats that again hold a sleek Eighties vibe. The elegant and evocative `Ecoutez' weeps with whimsical longing that calls to mind the more swooning moments of Vangelis, and closer `Metronomy'- teems with life, also the most stirring and dramatic piece of the disc.

Gregory may have delivered more subtle and thoughtful works in the past (the above mentioned `Harmonic Currents' and `Architexture of Silence' instantly come to mind and are highly recommended), but it's still weightier than some earlier AWM albums such as `Horizons' and `Terra', and here his music sounds full of life, confident and even frequently uplifting! It's a nice surface break after the hypnotic extended ambience of the previous disc, something that works perfectly as a refreshing background listen or an effortlessly cool and melodic prog-electronic disc that mostly favours modern styles over vintage era hero worship. Those electronic listeners who prefer more direct and focused atmospheric compositions instead of aimless and vague explorations will greatly enjoy this latest Alpha Wave Movement work, and it proves to be a very addictive and a welcome surprise from Mr Kyryluk.

Four stars.

 A Distant Signal by ALPHA WAVE MOVEMENT album cover Studio Album, 2000
4.00 | 3 ratings

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A Distant Signal
Alpha Wave Movement Progressive Electronic

Review by BrufordFreak
Collaborator Jazz-Rock / Fusion / Canterbury Team

4 stars Using a lot of synth washes over programmed sequences and computer drum and bass tracks, Gregory T. Kyryluk (AWM) makes some very relaxing, spacey music in the vein of Sequoia Records founders, DAVID and STEVE GORDON, soundtrack artist, VANGELIS, or New Age legend, JONN SERRIE. Sometimes Gregory's music a little cheezy and "Buddha Lounge" like but it's always pleasant, melodic, and engaging.

Five star songs: 8. "Portal Full of Stars" (7:32) (9.5/10); 3. "Liquid Cosmos" (6:53) (9.5/10); 2. "Distant Signals" (7:32) (9/10), and; the Buddha Lounge-like, 5. "Outward Bound" (6:55) (8.5/10).

Four star songs: 1. "Mapping the Heavens" (6:03) (7.5/10); the space funky, 4. "A Place of Peace" (7:26) (8.5/10); 6. "Centauri Memories" (2:48) (8/10); the Blade Runner-like, 7. "Requiem for C.S." (3:28) (8/10); 9. "Plasma Cloud" (4:10) (7.5/10); 10. "No Man's Land" (6:29) (8/10), and; 11. "Lunar Sunrise" (2:14) (7/10).

A four star album; recommended for fans of New Age, spacey soundtrack-like music.

 System A by ALPHA WAVE MOVEMENT album cover Studio Album, 2015
3.07 | 9 ratings

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System A
Alpha Wave Movement Progressive Electronic

Review by admireArt
Prog Reviewer

3 stars Another very good work by Gregory T. Kyryluk a.k.a ALPHA WAVE MOVEMENT.

"System A", a 6 track, 2015 release, captures both the spirit of old times Cosmic electronics ,(and also early Minimalist composers ), and the new tendencies that the same "old" school(s) provoked eventually.

Slow/Mid paced, unearthly electronic journeys represented in each independent track, in this "system" Gregory T. Kyryluk finds his way through all kind of personal musical influences and on the long run, his personal imprint is what becomes relevant and by far more attractive and unique, in regard to music composition and arrangements.

In this release you will find a very "visual" compendium of the extensive possibilities of mostly drum-less, contemporary "COSMIC" electronics. Maybe not everything is that original, but music composition wise Gregory T. Kyryluk has an impressive skill to build very catchy riffs, that at the end of the day, make this release so attractive.

It will be unfair not to mention the high proportion of "masterpiece" moments or tracks (1, 4 & 6), which over compensate for those other, not that highly inspired, sections. But as written somewhere "Best is enemy of the good" and Gregory T. Kyryluk knows these leagues.

Rating it, as always, is more complex. But that is part of the game!

***3.5 PA stars (for the general Prog universe). For AWM followers a very good addition to their collection.

 EARTHEN by ALPHA WAVE MOVEMENT album cover Studio Album, 2015
4.01 | 43 ratings

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EARTHEN
Alpha Wave Movement Progressive Electronic

Review by BrufordFreak
Collaborator Jazz-Rock / Fusion / Canterbury Team

4 stars Another collection of beautiful space/New Age songs from Gregory Kyryluk--this time with a Terran focus. Gregory is here employing some new techniques with sequences changing pitches and notes being bent and warped, however, his old habit of using exceedingly long periods of time to let sounds, themes, and sections develop is once again present here. The sounds are beautifully engineered and crystal clear (when he wants them to be), and the journeys are pleasant and satisfying. My one complaint is that I don't feel a lot of emotion conveyed in both the melodies and the development of the songs--there is very little feeling of tension buildup to a 'conflict resolution.' "Pusleforms" is a very pleasant song as it does transition and build after the first third of the way into the song, but even still there is not enough internal tension and build to feel that the artist brings us to peak of the conflict and then a satisfying resolution.

Five star songs: the beautiful, lazy, sleepy-dreamy, 5. "Helios" (12:53) (my favorite on the album) (9/10); 3. "Pulseforms" (10:25) (9/10); the early ENO-esque play with slow attack and decays, 4. "Source" (13:09) (8.5/10)

Four star songs: 1. "Immerse" (13:03) (8.5/10); 2. "Earthen" (11:45) (8.5/10), and; the neo-Berlin School slow sequenced nature sound-enhanced, 6. "Forest" (7:43) (8.5/10).

Again, all of this music sounds as if it could have come off of an early DAVID & STEVE GORDON album except for the incredible sound production here (which is why I rated slightly upward on most of the songs: though I felt as if I was hearing nothing particularly new or exciting, it was all extraordinarily well recorded and engineered).

A solid four star album; well recommended to others--especially those looking for particularly well-produced sound.

 EARTHEN by ALPHA WAVE MOVEMENT album cover Studio Album, 2015
4.01 | 43 ratings

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EARTHEN
Alpha Wave Movement Progressive Electronic

Review by richardgurtler

5 stars Alpha Wave Movement "Earthen" CDr

Highly applauded electronic soundscaper Gregory Kyryluk, the man behind Alpha Wave Movement (also Within Reason, Open Canvas and Thought Guild) remains connected to Darren Bergstein's Anodize label and the latest result of this fruitful fellowship is "Earthen" album, released on May 19th, 2015 as a pro CDr edition packaged in 4-panel digipak.

"Earthen", a 6-track album ignites with 13-minute "Immerse", a tranquilly soothing piece, slowly unfolding into graciously expansive and utterly embracing dimensions. Tinkling keys gorgeously reinforce the overall mood. Spellbindingly ethereal soundscape reveals all its magic and precisely captures the essence of atmospheric beauty. Then euphoric sequences inconspicuously permeate through amorphously elegant blankets and try to steal the center stage of these utterly evocative realms. What an encounter!!! A virtuoso soundsculpting here, we simply couldn't ask for more. "Immerse" is an immediate Ambient Hall of Fame nominee!!! The title track, "Earthen" unfolds with a parade of contemplative chime-like sounds, ranging from placid through crystalline to ear-tickling, splendidly bridged with warmly sublime washes, continuously becoming wider and broader, until they magnificently transmute during the second third into more massive drone cascades. This is an absolutely jaw-dropping transition, devastatingly gorgeous!!! Ephemeral cyber-tech fragments emerge here and there. "Earthen" sounds like a monumental tribute to the natural wonders on Earth!!! This is undoubtedly Gregory Kyryluk at the top of his creative soundmagic, because we just have experienced 25 minutes of innately genius electronic magnificence, bravo, Maestro!!! "Pulseforms", as displayed by its title, incorporate subtle distant beats, coupled with hauntingly nuanced panoramic washes. More minimal, yet droning passage sneaks in for a brief expose, before metamorphosing into diaphanously ticking synth textures evoking the Southwest desert spectacles. Alluringly intoxicating and intangibly magnetizing composition!!! "Source" glides and meanders serenely through stunningly spacious vistas of distant mountain range, although during the second half meticulously counterpointed with intricately Far East fragranced pulses and translucent tinkles. Obviously another astonishingly earwarming quietude!!! "Helios" shifts into darker drone terrains, calmly expansive, yet graciously undulating and entering into the eternal peacefulness of sky high realms. "Helios" undoubtedly showcases Gregory Kyryluk at the very peak of his profound sonic meditations!!! Closing piece, "Forest", the shortest on "Earthen", at the beginning floats through deeply contemplative zones, but soon organic traceries and gently pulsing melody slip to the fore, while rather monochromatic drone guards above. This composition is balmily nuanced and it impeccably ends this gorgeous recording.

"Earthen" is another highly polished sonic pearl in Alpha Wave Movement's impressive discography, superbly displaying huge talent, creativity, ingenuity and musicality of its sole protagonist. Gregory Kyryluk is an ambient composer par excellence!!! A true virtuoso of sheerly elegant electronic soundsculpting!!! Gregory Kyryluk is constantly exhibiting this since 1996, when he landed with triumphant debut album "Transcendence". I should also mention "Earthen" album was released in limited edition of 100 copies and according to the latest updates on Anodize's Bandcamp site, only 9 copies are awaiting for happy journeyers, so if I were in your shoes, I wouldn't wait too long... "Earthen" is another glorious AWM's release since "Celestial Chronicles" and "Eolian Reflections"!!!

Richard G'rtler (Jun 16, 2015, Bratislava, Slovakia)

 Soniq Variants by ALPHA WAVE MOVEMENT album cover Studio Album, 2011
3.08 | 5 ratings

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Soniq Variants
Alpha Wave Movement Progressive Electronic

Review by admireArt
Prog Reviewer

3 stars "Soniq Variants", 2011, is Alpha Wave Movement's aka Gregory T. Kyryluk way of approaching the " World Music" genre, meaning that in it you will find more than a lot of that style's more influential artists manners in the form of influences.

To name Deep Forest or Enigma will be more than enough for those aquainted with that world of music, although this sole genre ranges from Lee "Scratch" Perry to Loreena McKennitt to Manu Chao to Mano Negra to even the highly famous and still could not care less about fame Enya, to Peter Gabriel's immense label catalogue and all that falls in between.

To pin it down, this release holds dearly its primitive roots yet as a visitor in a strange land, AWM never stops translating these influences into his own native language and this turns out to be the real deal in this album.

What to expect? Its compositions are kept under a minimal use of instrumentation relying more on linear melodic lines created by isolated synth sequences and flows, very much in tune with Berlin School's canons yet deprived of its possible complexity in favour of attractive simplicity and its percussions go through the same filters, wisely.

AWM's musical language and charismatic hooks are never lost in these sonic variants yet its direct influences never stop being a brighter light somehow overshadowing AWM's own highlights, of course if you already have heard these outside of prog influences.

***3.5 PA stars.

 Harmonic Currents by ALPHA WAVE MOVEMENT album cover Studio Album, 2015
4.87 | 4 ratings

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Harmonic Currents
Alpha Wave Movement Progressive Electronic

Review by Aussie-Byrd-Brother
Special Collaborator Rock Progressivo Italiano Team

5 stars Despite an almost twenty-five year career that has seen over twenty works to date, Alpha Wave Movement, the alias for Gregory Kyryluk , has released three albums throughout 2015 alone, each one offering its own unique musical identity and different approach to the progressive-electronic and ambient genres. But late November's `Harmonic Currents' is not only far and away the most subtle, ambitious and even challenging Alpha Wave Movement release of the year, it's perhaps one of the grandest artistic statements of Kyryluk's entire career. Inspired by the hypnotic lure of the vast ocean, it's an hour long, two-part continuous electronic sound-world collage with a true cinematic grandeur, more or less the soundtrack to a complete universe being born before your very closed eyes.

The title track `Harmonic Currents' and `Nautilus Dream' (really one piece merely indexed into two) are deeply reflective and abstract ambient long-form ruminations with not a hint of a melody and only the most subdued of percussive elements used sparingly. At first glacial, eerie, even uneasy in a few moments, a warming reassurance and sense of wonder is gradually revealed. Over lulling ambience of gently crashing waves, crystalline icy electronic shards ring through the atmosphere, ethereal tones taking on almost siren-like cries that beckon and finally embrace. Meditative chimes stretch on forever, mischievous electronic trickles dance playfully and panning spiritual groans unfold into rapturous heavens. Swirling sustained caresses and the most restrained of choral-like synth choirs grow in subdued power, until finally all is reborn in blissful serenity and a new sense of peace and contentment.

Never has Gregory Kyryluk attempted such a wondrous, ever-unfolding aural expanse as this before. Despite being more heavily droned based in parts than many other Alpha Wave Movement works and built around long stretches of placid ambience, the piece rarely sinks into overly New Age-styled prettiness, thankfully maintaining a restrained sense of growing awe to constantly provide substance. It reminds of the less isolating Berlin School-flavoured extended works, a more purposeful and less obvious take on the genuinely good early albums by Japanese ambient icon Kitaro in fleeting moments, and even better, is very much in the vein of Steve Hillage's iconic cosmic classic `Rainbow Dome Musick'. `Harmonic Currents' requires great patience over repeated listens and an unhurried acceptance to appreciate, so it's best the listener simply lies back and completely surrenders to the music. They'll discover not only an evocative, intelligent and calming musical journey, but another exceptional progressive-electronic work from the Alpha Wave Movement.

Five stars for a release that seasoned prog-electronic listeners should relish.

 Horizons by ALPHA WAVE MOVEMENT album cover Studio Album, 2014
2.50 | 7 ratings

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Horizons
Alpha Wave Movement Progressive Electronic

Review by admireArt
Prog Reviewer

2 stars Honey for your ears

ALPHA WAVE MOVEMENT's, 2014, "Horizons" takes a deep plunge into the 90's "new age" like electronics, that I do so find too sweet and uncomfortably friendly, against my organic listening experience. Kind of a disappointment to encounter such an unimaginative release by such an imaginative and creative musician.

Anyway, as far as references go, the inevitable Tangerine Dream 90's one is clear. I know we see that name anywhere near this sub-genre's works and musicians, the thing is that this is not a compliment as such. It all depends on of which TD the reference is talking about , TD's masterpieces sprang in the 70s mid 80s, from there the downfall of their musical composition inventiveness became self-indulgent, due to the fact that it focused on an entire and more easy to please audience (RUBYCON-75 is not MELROSE-90). So whenever you see this name be sure to know which TD, time wise, the reference is being made from.

This "new age" electronic styling makes a lot of people very happy, I myself could skip all this icing where there is no cake, as I have done with this kind of overly-sweet and kind of anonymous "New Agy" mainstream releases.

"Sadly this release is not for me" **2.5 PA stars.

 EARTHEN by ALPHA WAVE MOVEMENT album cover Studio Album, 2015
4.01 | 43 ratings

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EARTHEN
Alpha Wave Movement Progressive Electronic

Review by Mellotron Storm
Prog Reviewer

4 stars This is the latest from ALPHA WAVE MOVEMENT and comparing it with the only other release by this project that I own("Architexture Of Silence") i'd rate this one a little higher as I find it more to my tastes with a slightly darker tone to it at times. Once again the cover art is worth mentioning as they are on almost all of his releases.

"Immerse" features spacey sounds that wash in and out slowly as some relaxed keyboard-like sounds join in. They are eventually replaced by faster moving electronics as the spacey waves continue. An electronic beat before 7 minutes arrives before it turns very spacey late to end it. "Earthen" has these spacey synths that bleep, flow and twitter. Sounds start to pulse slowly after 5 minutes then piano-like sounds join in before it turns back to those spacey sounds drifting in and out.

"Pulseforms" has this beat that builds in the dark atmosphere as spacey sounds start to wash in and out. An electronic beat arrives 4 minutes in as the spacey sounds continue. "Source" has these dark droning sounds that come and go as piano-like sounds arrive around 3 minutes as the dark drones continue. "Helios" again is dark as spacey sounds drift in and out. "Forest" has these slow moving waves as keys and bird-like sounds help out.

I've really enjoyed the two albums I have by this project, and while I prefer RADIO MASSACRE INTERNATIONAL and HELDON I can't help but recommend ALPHA WAVE MOVEMENT highly to all you Electronic fans out there.

Thanks to aussie-byrd-brother for the artist addition.

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