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Sequential Tourism by René van der Wouden
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 02, 2008 2:58 am    Post subject: Sequential Tourism by René van der Wouden
Subject description: released by REWO Records
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REWO Records presents the latest EM-album of Rene van der Wouden, SEQUENTIAL TOURISM. For some of you this album may be perfect driving music. Being “on the move” was the inspiration for this album. The musical style is: contemporary EM with a bit of Berlin School.

All music composed and produced by Rene van der Wouden during Spring/Summer 2008. Recorded at the Miniminus studio Netherlands.

All analogue and digital synthesizers, sequencers and electronic percussion by René van der Wouden.

Tracklisting:

1. Sequential Tourism 16:11

2. Sequential Solitude 16:14

3. Bataille dans les Nuages 13:06

4. Arcadia 17:56

5. The Sequential Tourists 6:28

total playing time 69m59s

Of every track there's an extract on our website. The style of music is: contemporary EM with a bit of Berlin School.


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 23, 2008 11:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Released:

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 11, 2009 4:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 29, 2009 2:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Review [translated from French by the author]

Within time, Rene Van Der Wouden succeeds to create his own sound universe. A world of EM where Berlin School goes alongside the charming elements of a French EM groundworked by pioneers such as Space Art, Jean Michel Jarre, Frederic Mercier and Thierry Fervant. Synths to romantic, nostalgic and solitary tints which sing towards a nostalgic mist so faithful French repertory cinema. Sequential Tourism is the ideal analogy of this symbiosis so perfectly molded by the Dutch musician.

A rain of stars, to fine crystallized debit, dances on waltzing stratas which hem such as cosmic waves. The title track opens with a nothingnessed romantic where slow layers, which darken discreet choirs, marry surfs, sometimes soft, sometimes violent, of a music punctuated with heavy synthesized veils which waltz with tenderness. Waves sprinkled with analog sound effects, freeing a soft reflection of the 70s, before mixing to a loud neurotic sequence at around the 5th minute point. A sequence which pounds nervously on a fine line of bass, submerged by a very wrapping synth. The sequence gets free of it, taking a vitamined rhythmic on a circular movement, surrounded by fine synthesized accompaniments and by more contemporary sound effects. The movement becomes more animated with strange sound spins whose whirl among fine crystalline and melodious chords which flutter on metallic percussions. Percussions which switch around and beat an infernal pace, bordering a rock approach, on a magnificent synth to sidewinder breaths, chords and melodious solos à la Frederic Mercier style. This opening track opens the way to a hybrid album where rhythm edge magnificently perfumed intros of sweet sound iridescences and which coil up in celestial atmospheres. The rhythms are progressive and move slowly in crescendo towards rhythmic which border unbridled rhythms by a music more progressive than electronic.
Arcadia is different with its hopping sequences which collide, as in an arcade game, after a syncretic intro where a fanciful train is entering his station. A colorful intro which distances itself from the first 3 titles with a less Cartesian approach. The percussions beat a chaotic pace, a little as if everything was restrained in a spherical arch. Analog sound effects punctuate this structure which modifies its cadence at around the 10th minute mark with a big circular sequence, which oval hypnotically wrapped she is of big skin-tight synthesized layers. A rhythmic break which increases on small pit viper spirals and a weighty synth to twists that spin in every directions, in a sea of analog sound effects. A good title with caustic and heavy rhythm.
The Sequential Tourists closes with a magnificent melodious approach. A thunderous heavy circular sequence and percussions to hoofs horses encircle a synthesized harmony which sticks from the first listening.

Sequential Tourism is a magnificent album of EM. A Berlin School genre, but very near the bases of French EM style. A rather unique mixture needs to be said, which frees a musical freshness among each track, even if they remain complex and muddled with very audacious rhythmic progress. To date, this has to be the most complete and successful album of Rene van der Wouden.

2009. Sylvain Lupari / Guts of Darkness www.gutsofdarkness.com

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 13, 2009 12:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

YouTube clips added in the 2nd post.

If you order this MAM-A CDR from us together with the new CD NUMERUS FIXUS, we will send them both to you without additional shipping costs.

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