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Divine Matrix - Atmospheric Variations (2012)

6-09-2015, 08:25
Music | Electronic | Ambient | New Age

Divine Matrix - Atmospheric Variations (2012)

Artist: Divine Matrix
Title Of Album: Atmospheric Variations
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: AD Music
Genre: Electronic, Ambient, New Age
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 75:45 min
Total Size: 173 MB


01. 1000 Light Years
02. Jigokudani Springs
03. Magnetic Disturbance
04. Marine Forcast
05. Strato Volcano
06. Weather Satellite
07. After the Storm
08. Atmospheric Variations
09. Aurora Borealis
10. Birth of a Cyclone
11. Cloud Formations

Easily the best so far from Steve Barnes, who is honing his talents as Divine Matrix with some superb space music creations. "Atmospheric Variations" presents a drifting, gently rhythmic style with nicely programmed sequences giving a genuine contemporary Tangerine Dream feel. Nothing is overdone here, there is a wonderful subtly that draws you in, and Steve cleverly allows some nice sequences to build with variation while underpinning some exquisite drifting pads and atmospherics and interesting rhythms and melodies.

Steve also knows how to bring tension and dynamics in and out of the musical spectrum, along with some clever twists and turns that never depart from the overall spacey feel of the album, ensuring that our attention never wanders. There are some real gems here, from the excellent sequencing of "1000 Light years" to the magnificent, awesome TD inspired "Birth of a Cyclone" to the gently spacey title track. This is a stunning album worthy of any melodic em fans investigation.

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falsificador171   User offline   9 September 2015 17:43

Great album. Thanks from falsificador171.

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