Founded in 1996 by Mark Shreeve, the band's lineup currently consists of Mark Shreeve, Julian Shreeve and Ian Boddy. Rob Jenkins and James Goddard were band members for most of the group's existence. Rob left prior to their seventh album Redshift VII - Oblivion, and James left prior to their performance at Hampshire Jam 5. The band's style ranges from Berlin School to dark ambient. Their sound is largely dependent upon older synthesiser technology, notably instruments such as the Moog 3C, which they combine with more recent digital technology.
Redshift - Life to Come

Artist: Redshift
P: 2015

New Berlin School analouge sequences from the masters.

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Redshift - Redshift

Artist: Redshift
P: 1996 / 2006
Remastert re-release of the first long sold out Redshift CD!

This CD is a deep homage to the wonderful mid seventies EM vibe that so many of "us" fans love so much and which was all too quickly abandoned as the technology changed so rapidly. The "re-mastering" doesn't seem too drastic, although I suspect the volume levels are much higher than the original release.There's much influence from favourite "Berlin School" artists, it most of the times sound like Rubycon, Ricochet or Mirage. This CD now seems a logical extension of these and others.. There's real meat on them Moog bones - a power in the sequencing, which Mark Shreeve has mastered to perfection here and develops further in later albums. The two shorter tracks are rather different, one of them leading to investigate (Ed Buller's) Node releases..

17,90 EUR
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Redshift - Turning Towards Us

Artist: Redshift
P: 2008

The works of Redshift have always been about the exploration of energy. From cosmic quiet to a palpable sense of propulsion, this ensemble communicates an inexhaustible joy in the possibilities of sound. Their CD Turning Towards Us (55'01") is more than a room-shaking exploration of sonic properties. The compositions are fascinating, mysterious and even dangerous at times. The restlessly creative constant of Redshift is electronic musician Mark Shreeve. Channeling the dark imaginings of his series of more rock-influenced albums (Assassin [1984], Legion [1985], Crash Head [1988]), Shreeve summons such dark rapture in strident, propulsive rhythms and armor-plated lead melodies.

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28,00 EUR
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V/A - A Tribute to Michael Garrison-To the Sky and beyond the Stars

Artist: Michael Garrison
P: 2004

This is a tribute with all new tracks by the artists in the Michael Garrison style.

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V/A - Tone Science Module No.3 Cosines and Tangents

Artist: Redshift, Robert Rich d'Voxx u.a.
P: 2019
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Following the success and critical acclaim of the first two Tone Science compilation albums, DiN label boss Ian Boddy has collated another nine tracks from musicians of varying backgrounds working in the realms of modular synthesis. Three of these names will be familiar to DiN listeners whereas the other six are new to the label. Thus the album opens with a shimmering soundscape from American ambient pioneer Robert Rich who has previously collaborated with Boddy on three DiN releases. Well known for his infamous “sleep concerts” Rich here focuses in on the sonic details that modular synthesisers can offer the composer. The following two tracks by Caspar Hesselager and Little Ambient Machine show beautifully how a simple melodic sequenced phrase can be shifted, fractured and refocused in the analogue domain. The mid album section then features two very different tracks with a more experimental feel. Radek Rudnicki cleverly mixes samples of traditional Japanese music controlled in the modular world with great swathes of analogue synth whereas Eden Grey uses her modular in a very retro, radiophonic manner to conjure up the raw sounds of yesteryear. The music returns to sequenced tracks with synth maestro Benge lightening the mood with the Kraftwerk like motifs of “Round #2”. The next track, “Angel”, is by d’Voxx who recently had their debut album, “Télégraphe” (DiN58) released on the DiN label to great acclaim. Once again they show off their skilful use of sequences with melodic progressions to create a captivating track. The album has it’s sonic climax with “Berserker” by Redshift which after a dark sonic intro section goes into overdrive with a huge Moog modular system going full tilt. Redshift is none other than Mark Shreeve who has been a long time collaborator with Boddy in the ARC project which has spawned several releases on the DiN label. Finally after such a huge sounding piece the album calmly dissipates through the beautifully simplistic yet haunting “Hands” by Jogging House to bring to a close another varied and intriguing Tone Science album.

“Tone Science Module No.3 Cosines and Tangents” continues the journey down the rabbit hole of possibilities and sound worlds inhabited by artists and musicians working in this ever fascinating and varied musical field.

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