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Etherfysh – Statis

This album, Statis, is an album by UK based artist Chris Christou, and is an album that truly captures the listener with intense cosmic  and haunting melodies that will immerse you into otherwordly places. It’s a very consistent album, and it keeps the interest and exitement up for the listener as the music progresses through. It can tell that Chris has put a great deal of work into his music, as there is alot of ‘feel’ to it. Most of the tracks flows ubroken into each other, forming a great sense of  a “in your face” feel so to speak. It really does feel as if you are travelling out there, in space, visiting places you never knew existed. Despite the fact that the album seems a bit awkward and hard to get to know (especially at first listen), it will grow on you, and you will be amazed of how great this piece os EM is, and really appreciate it!. Some tracks are short, some are long (particularly the last one), and they all have their unique “space feel” to them. It can best be described as “a mix of Tangerine Dream” and “Klaus Schultz”  with a dash of ‘Alpha Wave Movement’. This is EM that doesn’t wear out in the first place. Recommended!

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September 21, 2010 - Posted by | General Synth Music, Progressive Electronic Music, Space Music |

3 Comments »

  1. I don’t want to sound rude but….How can you possibly listen to electronic music and have a blog about it and not be able to spell “Klaus Schulze” correctly? By the way, nice blog. I visit it frequently. But I think it was only fair to leave this comment. Cheers. Jose.

    Comment by jose | March 16, 2012 | Reply

    • So I misspelled his name, so what? It happens! Anyway…cheers!

      Comment by razors78 | March 16, 2012 | Reply

  2. Hej Kristian!
    Thanks for the great review I appreciate it a lot and am glad you enjoyed it.

    I have several other releases you might like to check out.
    Tack hej
    Chris

    Comment by Chris Christou | October 5, 2012 | Reply


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