Ebia

Jörg Bialinska born in Hamburg, now lives in the Niedersachsen area in Germany. He loves the following music styles: Spacesynth, Acid, Techno, Electro-Pop, New Age and Berlin School. These influences can also be recognized within his music.
Ebia
Ebia - Elosophy

Artist: Ebia
P: 2004/ 2006
Elosophy is a superb musical sculpture, mould on strange atmospheres, creamy and wrapping synth, heteroclite pulsations and percussions to varied tonalities. In short, an attractive album, far from the sequences movements of the Berlin School. Here the rhythm is imaginary. He is shape on rotary motions, at the same time contradictory, but always harmonious. It is a long atmospheric voyage. An opus curiously beautiful where Ebia multiplies the stagnant impulsions which form narrow circles, where everything turns in a harmonious circular movements. An attractive title, which amaze by its subtle permutations and its unforeseeable impulsions. An album difficult to describe, so much the musical flora is dense. Ebia! A name to recall.

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Ebia - Herrscher im Orbit

Artist: Ebia
P: 2014
Ebia's 7th album is by far the best one he did in his career, a mature composition that invites to follow the album track by track and develop different soundscapes in a smooth mastering and well balanced modulation.

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Ebia - Hunter of Worlds

Artist: Ebia
P: 2008
This disc is full of pounding rhythms, and Laserdance alike sounds throughout.
This is a showcase of how to produce a well-crafted, melodic, and absorbing album. Most melodies are built up with lush sounds that will remind you of classic artists such as Laserdance, Koto and Cyber People etc. But here, we will find more original sounding stuff. The progressive beats you will hear is very mesmerizing and makes you crave for more and more. And the conclusion is that this album is very "club" oriented and will suit both lovers of classic electronic music and lovers of club/techno music.

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Ebia - Mission Control

Artist: Ebia
P: 2012
Ebia live at the Satzvey Castle 2012 festival on 24th March 2012.

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Ebia - Space Explorer

Artist: Ebia
P: 2010
The 5th album also features nice melodies, fast rhythms and modern electronic music, that fits perfect for driving with your car.

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Ebia - Star Voyager

Artist: Ebia
P: 2006
Splendid EM with a staggering space climate surrounded of heavy and powerful sequencers. A sidereal wind pushes a distress message whose transmission is muddled by the waves of a bad reception. The cracklings of the static voices cease and from this icy silence a sequence with circular and cold notes emerges. The caresses of the synth veils alleviate Star Voyager placid environment, whereas a second sequence, rounder and cordial, infiltrates on waves of percussions which break in sequence bearing; like Caesar In Camerun, a Clara Mondshine classic. Percussions and tablas launch Star Voyager rhythmic structure. A minimalist one that break in background, whereas the synth pushes long solos with beautiful harmonies stopped by hooking chorus. A synth which, on each lap, increases his tempo and intensity on superb layers which are coiled with tenderness and emotion, stifling almost all static parasites which are the only proofs of life.
Ebia’s Star Voyager is among beautiful album we discovered lately. A little master piece, full of rhythms, stunning sounds effects, amazing turn over on seizing synths. Jörg Bialinska reminds us of Gert Emmens with it’s dynamic and melodic EM, except Ebia is much more explosive. Blow by blow, he released 2 solids opus which mix harmony to complex musical structures.

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Ebia - Wavedancer

Artist: Ebia
P: 2008
In 1997 Jörg Bialinska aka 'ebia' got his first synthesizer, a Raven-Max from Quasimidi.
Until 2001 it was his only instrument to compose music. Since 2002 his music is arranged with a lot of software-synths, e.g. PPG Wave 2.V, ReBirth 338 2.0.1, Dynamo 1.0, Atmosphere 1.0 and Reason 3.0.
'wavedancer' is ebia's third album after the debut 'elosophy' (2004) and its succesor 'star voyager' (2006). The cover artwork of 'wavedancer' is created by Christian Seipp.
The first track is called "H3O". It sets the stage with floating synthetic pads and rich symphonic textures. Soon wonderful sparkling arpeggios appear, reminding me on the glory days of Mr. Jarre (circa "Concerts In China"). However, it's not long before a pumping rhythm appears, taking things to modern EM territory. More arpeggiated synths are added for a rich, trancey electronic sound. I must admit that at this point the music is much more similar to your typical Trance / Goa affair, but fans of New Berlin School will find a lot to enjoy here. Needless to say, all sounds are of very high quality and programmed with great care. Sounds come and go and overall, "H30" is a driving, energetic and danceable piece of music. Some screaming analogue textures appear towards the end. Great stuff.
"Halo" begins in a more mysterious way, with resonant, droning synths and screaming arpeggios. A sequence starts as a menacing bass line supports the flow. A soft rhythm starts and a nice piano melody is heard. This is much closer to your typical EM - melodic, flowing and quite atmospheric. Nice music, this one.
"Mare Imbrium" is one of the longer tracks of this album. It begins with a really deep cosmic soundscape. A slow rhythm appears as the track retains its mysterious aura. Some bright sequences surface and gradually take over. I enjoyed the flow and the mood of this track but to my mind it was a bit lacking in variety.
The title track is next. Samples of voices give way for a bubbly sequence and a relaxed rhythm. And then come the pads. And what pads! Perfectly programmed, gentle, emotional textures. A string melody is also a perfect extra. This track kicks some serious ass. It's warm, emotional and comforting, reminding me on Klaus Schulze at his most gentle and introspective. New sequences are added, all of them perfect. This is by far the best track of the album. I just love those distorted melodic sounds (guitar or synth?) that appear around the 9-minute mark.
"Elements" kicks off with wonderful mysterious sounds like some bells tolling in the distance. A bass line gradually forms on the blanket of mysterious pads. An upbeat rhythm starts, bringing some focus to the composition although "Elements" remains rather minimalistic compared to the other tracks. It was also one of the least interesting ones for me. "Deep Quest" brings in the "chill" element, with its gently rolling, slow rhythm and melancholic pads. I enjoyed this electronic ballad a lot. It's relaxing, emotional and above all, full of great, sparkling sequences, some of them of the acidy, TB-303-like variety.
The final track "Flight to 987" is no less relaxing. Once again we are confronted with a slow rhythm, reflective pads and gentle sequences that lull you into a pleasant state of trance. "Wavedancer" is very diverse musically and it is difficult to place this album into any particular EM category. I suppose that "general melodic / rhythmic" will do but "Wavedancer" will appeal to most EM fans, regardless of their stylistic preferences.

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V/A - Schallplatte 13

Artist: Kistenmacher, Boots, Mythos, Synths NL, Brainwork u.a.
P: 2012
Here the 13th CD of the german Schallwende club. Unique tracks by the artists.

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V/A - Schallplatte X

Artist: Bernd Scholl, Brainwork, F.D. Project,
Ebia u.a....
P: 2008
Here the 10th CD of the german Schallwende club. Unique tracks by the artists all around the theme of classical music.

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