E=motion - Infinite Motion

E=motion - Infinite Motion

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SynGate CD-R JS03
erstmals veröffentlicht 2003, HQ-Wiederveröffentlichung 2017

Jacek Spruch aka E=motion brachte 2003 bei SynGate sein 2002 komponiertes Debutalbum "Infinite Motion" heraus, es zeichnet sich als teilweise tanzbares, rhythmisches Elektronikalbum mit großartigen Melodien und Sequenzen aus.
Nach dem unerwarteten und viel zu frühen Tod des Musikers 2013 ist dieses Album gewissermassen ein Vermächtnis, durch "Infinite Motion", die "unendliche Bewegung" bleibt uns der Künstler musikalisch so lange in Erinnerung, wie seine Musik weiter gehört wird.

SynGate trägt durch dieses Re-Release auf einem Album in hochwertiger Fertigung (Digi-Druck, Hochglanz-CD) dazu bei, dieses und weitere Alben durch Wiederveröffentlichung lebendig zu halten.

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Review von 2003 (Sequences):

The 8 tracks are presented as one continuous whole &, although this does mean it's easy to lose track of where you've got to it does have the advantage of meaning that the album can be listened to as a complete suite in it's own right rather than a collection of tracks (doesn't help us reviewers much, though!!).

Although the opening moments of "Hesitation" might lead you to believe you've got a retro album on your hands this is soon banished as the rhythmic elements begin to make their mark which makes for a more structured feel before becoming more up-tempo with some slight trance influences in places that are not unlike many of Keller & Schonwalder's more up-tempo works, as proved most explicitely by the lively & catchy "Circular Movement". Although there are some quieter, more melodic moments with the accoustic drums used in places adding an earthy, sometimes slightly rough mood, although one compact but powerful section relies heavily on thunderous drums, a solid sequential base not unlike Century's End (if you can remember back that far!) & superbly embellished melodies for a track that will rock your house to it's foundations!. This powerful approach pays repeated dividends as Spruch builds up some powerful maelstroms of sound, the closing "Beyond The History" in particular building up an unbelievable head of steam via some scorching sequences & red-hot solos that breathe live & vitality into the music & make for a thunderous climax.

I was expecting something good from this album but it passed my wildest expectations. Jacek Spruch proves to be a master of his craft with this superb album & I look forward to many more releases like it in the future.

2003. Carl Jenkinson / Sequences