Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Robel Synthesia – Midnight Polaroids (2012)

  • Downtempo
  • New Age
  • Modern classical
  • Ambient
  • Alternative dance
  • Organic electronica
  • Mood music

Comment: Robel Synthesia says on his Soundcloud site that he is a musician and sketcher loving all things related to the arts. He used to approach music with the intent of creating something visually alluring. More concretely, if to hint at the titles of the album you could get proof for it – Autumn Window, Painting Skies and Stars, Light Echoes, Taxi Colours. Musically his 7-notch issue is a tight blend of melancholic yet pushy piano chords, picturesque synth hovers, repetitive samples and laidback rhythms and some barely audible concrete sound snippets. Stylistically it is problematic to categorize it in a proper way. It might be not wrong to say the album reflects upon contemporary New Age music tendencies, though, the opening track Streetlamp Waves is properly dance rhythms driven and Polaroids extends to ambient music heights. Of course, it is not the predominant issue regarding the release and other albums either. It is essential that it is a fairly stunning and convincing outcome. Artsy touch is everywhere.       
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