Lambert

From the vantage of the indie quarter, Lambert Ringlage has been creating noteworthy electronic music for over a decade. His music possesses a vibrancy that is refreshing and tantalizing, setting him apart from the average composer.
Lambert
Bertrand Loreau feat. Lambert - In Search of Silence

Artist: Bertrand Loreau & Lambert
P: 2016

Bertrand has always been a fan of TD and Klaus Schulze since his youth in the 70s.
On this album he presents the basic concept and basic structure for a big Berlin School work containing three long tracks like it was usual in the 70s.
Bertrand used analog equipment especially a modular system which is responsible for great sounding sequences.
Lambert coming from the “Tangerine Dream school“ added many effects and atmospheric sounds and put weight on making good tranistions between the tracks that you feel it is complete opus. Most of the music have been played spontaneously during one take.
This enriches the character of the 70s when the Berlin School pioneers improvised on the sequences.
This interplay should be a delight for the fans of the 70s Berlin School style.
Check it out.

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Hypnosphere - Magnetism

Artists: Hypnosphere
P: 2007

Even though there are eight index points this is really one track split into parts with each part running seamlessly from one to the next. Unlike their first album this one is a Berlin School fest right from the opening second.
An excellent atmospheric intro leads straight into the initial sequence which builds wonderfully to become a bass laden rumbling stormer. Massed choral pads increase the intensity to almost apocalyptic proportions. In the fifteenth minute the sequences depart and we enter water dripping subterranean realms. A fresh slow sequence emerges like some throbbing transformer which gradually becomes faster and increasingly complex as more lines of pulsations come to join it working up to quite an awe inspiring frenzy.
The Second Part is a short interlude of windy effects and electronic bleeps.
The Third begins with rainy effects then a locomotive chugging sequence followed by yet another sequence- quite awesome it is too- incredibly powerful in a rather Redshift sort of way. It constantly shifts its position within the mix as it rises and falls in intensity but when it is at its peak I wanted to punch the air with excitement.
The Fourth Part is much darker with ominous organ sounds creating quite an eerie atmos.
Mellotron and more stormy effects get the Fifth Part underway. More tron is introduced- this time of the celestial choir variety. We finish with the sound of what could be a spaceship coming down to Earth.
Part Six initially continues in this same vein before restrained sequences return. Indeed this is quite a subtle hypnotic track.
We return to atmospherics for the rather short Part Seven. It’s all rather dark and gloopy with some strange effects, a little like half heard chatter deep in the mix. Looped percussion, almost like a hammer on an anvil provides a curious focus.
The Final Part finishes the album off in style as yet another excellent sequence surges forward then more lines of pulsations fall into formation (some of them quite melodic) as things build and build until the fourth minute when the intensity subsides a little to allow for a regrouping then rejuvenated sequences and rhythms make one final wonderful surge.
A highly recommended album.

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Hypnosphere - Within the Whirl

Artists: Hypnosphere
P: 2003
Joining forces in Hypnosphere are Lambert Ringlage, specializing in crisp interlocked arpeggiations anchoring beneath glittering elastic melodies, who is contrasted by Wolfgang Barkowski, known elsewhere as Alien Nature, creator of Dark Ambient sound worlds.
Together they have realized Within The Whirl, an album rooted to the traditions of classic Spacemusic yet with its sights set on the limitless borders of improvisatory textural explorations.
The five tracks on Within The Whirl present a complex motivic unity. Opening with swirling, undefined forms in space, each piece begins with a quiet nightmare painted in storm cloud purple and gray. The welcome entrance of tones pulsing and echoing out of these gloomy projections builds to a climax of dynamics, instrumentation and tension before reversing itself and unwinding back towards a placid conclusion.
These distinctive dotted rhythms oscillate the realizations between the atonal and tonal - cascading as white pin points around a line stretching forever into the cold blackness of space. On two of the tracks, if not the emotional plane then at least the energy level rises with the added intensity of certain protracted drum elements; however robotic.
Listening to Hypnosphere is a satisfying experience both for those steeped in the nostalgic remembrances of the Golden Age of Spacemusic as well as those who seek works that are more than a mere veneration of the past. The realizations made by the inheritors of this modern musical language reveal new truths about the original - Kosmische Musik.

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Jiannis + Lambert - Timeless Vision

Artist: Jiannis + Lambert
P: 1988 / 1999
These two composers combine their respective styles very well, thus achieving that their music possesses an unusual personality, very imaginative, capable of attracting the attention of the listener at once. The general style of this work can be placed between Space and instrumental symphonism.
Some passages are cold, mysterious. Others turn out to be warm, emotional. There are slow themes and other lively ones. The rhythms are sequencer-based mostly. The melodies are very emotional, with romantic and also solemn traits, yet without falling into an excessive sweetness.
This is a recording of a concert Jiannis Zedamanis and Lambert Ringlage gave in August 1988 at the "Alte Feuerwehrhaus" (in English: old firestation) in German Kreuztal. It was interested to hear how the distinctive styles of the two blended. Jiannis used to play music in the true "Berliner Schule"-way, Lambert does that also but adds a lot of melody and rhythm to it.
The recording is done directly from the mixing console. After a strange sound, like a duck, the cd starts with the track "White Light" which sets the standard for the rest of the cd. This means quite melodical vintage electronic music which never gets to complicated. It is known Lambert is a master of the sequencer and that can be heard well on a piece like "SUN".
"Piano" shows the direction Jiannis would go after his days in electronic music. A fine retrospective cd.

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Lambert - Dimensions of Dreams

Artist: Lambert
P: 1995
This CD from 1995 features 73 minutes of spry electronic music, Lambert is joined by Andreas Paeth on guitar on one track. Strict keyboard strokes generate lively melodies here, embellished by broader textures that held cement the pieces into congenial wholes. Jubilant riffs unfold with heavenly tonalities providing airy contrasts. At other times, the melodies exhibit grimmer undertones. Meticulous E-perc enhances this solemn disposition with languid rhythms. Inevitably, however, Lambert's optimism overwhelms these grave sentiments, coloring the harmonics with lighter tones and smirking electronic effects that loosen all tension with psychic tickling. While other tracks utilize these dense, deep-toned beats to more frolicsome purpose, accomplishing rhythms that lift the spirits with their energetic patter. At this point, Paeth's guitar injects a fiery blaze of passion that send the tune soaring to stratospheric altitudes. And when the guitar pauses, Lambert's keyboards perpetuate that lofty sense with vivacious chords that defy the pull of gravity. This enforced levitation is a dominant aspect in much of the music on this CD. The tendency for upward movement can be considered a signature trait of Lambert's, found in the majority of his compositions. Dreams are usually quite subjective perceptions, but Lambert has found a way to translate his somnambulant experiences into music that is conducive to objective interpretations.

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Lambert - Drachenreise

Artist: Lambert & Gandalf
P: 2015

The fans have been waiting for 20 years for a new solo album by Lambert,
With a new synthesizer and unusual ideas Lambert starts his dragon’s journey (=Drachenreise) on an adventure trip into new sounds and new harmonies but though kept his typical Lambert-style.
His musical breakthrough took place in 1991 when releasing his first CD Inside Out which made Lambert the 2nd best newcomer at the famous german radio show “Schwingungen” in 1992.
Concerts, further solo and colaboration CDs supported his image of a popular electronic sequencer musician (Berlin school style, Tangerine Dream 80s era).
On “Drachenreise” Lambert picks up this element and combines this with new charmful ideas: Harmonically embedded voice effects, unusual chords, accessible melodies and touching sounds go into a mix with rhythmical sequencer tones.
”Drachenreise” is an interesting blend of electronic, sequencer-based music and new
sounds, that refreshes known listening habits with new impulses and evokes many emotional moments.
As a special guest the famous artist Gandalf played electric guitar on the first track Corona.

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Lambert - Inside Out

Artist: Lambert
P: 1991

This CD from 1991 features 67 minutes of appealing electronic music.
Sultry textures are embellished by genial chords that exude a celebratory quality, drawing pensive ruminations from psychic depths and coloring them with fanciful tempos and lavish keyboard definition. E-perc injects a tasty pep to these upbeat harmonics, generating a frolicsome mood that violates introspection with subliminal commands to welcome each new dawn with optimistic expectation. Nimble chords cavort for the listener, punctuated by darker growlings that are devoid of any threat or dire portend.
Lambert's compositional skill shows sincere influences from the Berlin School of electronics, but his application of these roots carries his music into more modern realms, where velocity and rhythm play as vital a role as do surfs of atmospheric tones. His tendency to pack an excessive amount into each sparkling moment would be overwhelming if not for his discerning acumen for harnessing the morass into compelling tuneage. The melodies are engaging and entertaining.
For this release, no MIDI sequencing or computers were employed to create the music.

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Lambert - Mirror of Motions

Artist: Lambert
P: 1993
This CD from 1993 features 75 minutes of lively electronics.
Joining Lambert's lush electronics on two tracks is Boris Glitzner on drums.
Energetic keyboards produce lively chords that float with subtle agitation, stirring the listener's soul with their passionate influence. Soft E-perc propels the flow to an increased upbeat disposition. The background is often littered with synthetic effects that chitter and buzz, generating a distant otherworldly impression. Lush textures are overlaid with invigorated cycles, creating a surging spiral to carry the audience aloft. Glittering guitar riffs add a tasty diversion, cavorting amid these aerial excursions and providing a strident counterpart for the multi-layered nest of keyboards.
Ricocheting patterns evoke a frenetic temperament, one that sneakily accelerates the pulse-rate as the mind strives to keep pace with the frolicking melodies. Exhaustion is not a factor, though, for the music imparts its energy to the listener, inciting a physical partnership with the harmonics that reinforces stamina through sonic induction.
Velocity is integral to the music on this release. These swift compositions are vivacious and spur the audience to unconscious toe-tapping. All the while, the tuneage nibbles at the cerebral cortex, contaminating dormant synapses with melodies designed to inspire intellectual rumination.

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Lambert - Pearls

Artist: Lambert
P: 1990 / 2000
This CD from 2000 features 72 minutes of electronic soundscapes originally released in 1990. These tracks embody Lambert's explorations into long-form compositions. The mood is often dreamy and designed to unfocus the conscious mind, freeing thought to expansive development. The direction of these sonic journeys is intentionally vague, leaving the dreamer to wander in realms of their own devising. Shrill tones waver and wobble, while cyclic loops surround the audience with atmospheric conditions of great and open potential. Soft E-perc peppers the harmonic flow, adding unintrusive motion. As the melodies are subjected to elongation, the trance factor increases. Vistas of emotional response are unlocked as the keyboards adopt a more vigorous velocity, sending the audience's collective mind on a swift voyage through pastiches of energized ether. In many ways, the CD's title superbly defines these tunes. The music resembles orbs of enticing luster that reflect inner realms not normally glimpsed by the listener. Within these appealing spheres dwell unrealized possibilities, potential given credence by the music and allowed to flourish. As the mind is freed from mortal constraints, Lambert's expanding compositions provide soundtracks that propel ruminations into unexpected directions. Here, the in door always leads out.

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Schwingungen Radio auf CD - Edition Nr.238  03/15
Schwingungen - Radio auf CD
Edition Nr.: 238
03/2015

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Schwingungen Radio auf CD - Edition Nr.258  11/16
Schwingungen - Radio auf CD
Edition Nr.: 258
11/2016
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Schwingungen Radio auf CD - Edition Nr.276 05/18
Schwingungen - Radio auf CD
Edition Nr.: 276
05/2018

 
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V/A - Colours

Artist: Lambert,Parsick,Apeiron, u.a.
P: 1996
This is a rare collection of unreleased tracks by the listed artists. This compilation was once made to introduce new artists on the Spheric Music label and some of them started their career just after this release!


 

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V/A - Land Sea and Sky

Artist: Heimann, Lambert, Apeiron,
Akikaze u.a...

P: 1991
One of the early collections of new dutch and german artists with fresh new sounds.

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V/A - Magic Fly + Wavemusic

Artist: Brainwork, Rainbow Serpent,
Tyndall, Scholl
, Waveshape
P: 1995
LTD 1000
This is a nice collection of new tracks by the artist of the german electronic music scene around 1995.
It includes the best track ever played by Waveshape, which is exclusively ONLY to be found on this CD!

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V/A - Margen Vol. 4 Music from the Edge (2CD)

Artist: V/A
P: 2001
A collection of unreleased tracks from the creative music edge . Compiled by the spanish magazin Margen.


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V/A - Naked Women Refuse

Artist: Lambert, Twilight Garden u.a.
P: 1998
A collection of Dark Gothic and Electronic tracks. One track is exclusiv played by Lambert.

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V/A - Spheric Music Silver (Schulze, Schroeder a.o.)

Artist: Klaus Schulze, Robert Schroeder, Axess, Loreau, Lambert
P: 2016
No, we are not Jean-Michel Jarre, Kraftwerk or Vangelis. But Spheric Music celebrates
its 25th birthday by presenting again a precious, high-quality electronic sampler
with unreleased jewels of Spheric Music artists as well as 2 rare bonus tracks by
Joel Fajerman and Klaus Schulze! 

The opener by Joel Fajerman, known for his french film music, is a rare track of
his archive, which is the debut for Joel Fajerman on Spheric Music (a further
release is scheduled). Also a rare gem came by Klaus Schulze. It is a honour
to have him on board with „The Breeze“
a title long time go released on the “Contemporary Works 1” Box (out of stock for a long time). The CD ends with the earworm “Silver” by label owner Lambert. The album is characterized by melodic electronics, rhythmic-pulsating tracks, harmonic sounds, melancholy atmospheres and traditional Berlin School titles The featured artists are known for:
Joel Fajerman (L'aventure des plantes / the secret life of the plants), Robert Schroeder (Cygnus-A), Klangwelt (Weltweit), Axess (Pyramid Peak), Vanderson (Vandisphere), Rudolf Heimann (Touch The Sky), Mesmerised (Palantir – Empire Of Illusions), Bertrand Loreau (Le Pays Blanc, From Past To Past), Klaus Schulze (Mirage, Moondawn etc), Lambert (Light Sky, Drachenreise).

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Vanderson featuring Lambert - Sequenced Thoughts

Artist: Vanderson featuring Lambert
P: 2018
Vanderson returned to his sequencer based electronics for what he was admired for in the past. He already released various albums on several electronic labels like Syngate, Mellowjet and Generator. His recent Berlin School album on Spheric Music „Vandisphere“ received good reviews. This time he put more work into composing clever and ingenious sequences that are at the same time very captivating. This was a great inspiration for Lambert, who is also very much into sequences, to play upon Vanderson basics. Lambert, influenced by Tangerine Dream in the early 80s, added several sounds and melodies to make the 80s feeling complete (Tangerine Dream - Tangram / Pergamon). Vanderson found very good sounds to create deep and wide atmospheres as if somebody is admiring the astonishing cosmic space. Flowing sounds a la Planetary Unfoldings (Michael Stearns) lead into pulsating sequences. Maybe this is one of the most fully developed and sophisticated sequencer albums Vanderson ever released. It is a honour for Spheric Music to present this opus, featuring 4 long Berlin School tracks, on his label.

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