Synaesthesia

Synaesthesia is yet another project from Leeb & Fulber for which to further explore their ambient ideas. Lush strings and tribal chants both add to the flavouring of the overall sound. Due to contractual entanglements Leeb and Fulber were not originally able to admit they were behind the music. The first two albums list them as producers and credit the music to one R. Deckard, alluding to the main character from Blade Runner. By their third album Leeb was credited with the music. Fulber, who had recently left to pursue solo projects, was credited with programming.
Synaesthesia
Synaesthesia - Desideratum

Artist: Synaesthesia
P: 1995
Best described as industrial/electronic with a somewhat 'sinister' edge to it. this is a totally "ambient" type album, not really something you can dance too! It's also very dark and very haunting. I found it perfect to lose one's self in it; lush musical textures over lush musical textures. "Umbra", "Dark Core" and "Lumia" are incredible! Recommended for a great escape!  Might appeal to fans of Front Line Assembly,Delerium,Surface 10,Philip Glass and Red Shift.

19,90 EUR
 
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Synaesthesia - Embody

Artist: Synaesthesia
P: 1995
Starts out with odd sounds coalescing into a nice, rhythic song that is nice to listen too. A woman's voice in the background chanting gives the song much more of a feeling of being in the "Outland." Track two starts with this kickin didjerydoo beat, building up with some nice synth sounds, but goes quiter instead of slammin at you, only to later bring in some nice drum beats. Highly recommend for both ambient and faster techno lovers.

18,90 EUR
 
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Synaesthesia - Ephemeral

Artist: Synaesthesia
P: 1997
Synaesthesia is yet another side-project by the guys who brought us Delerium and Frontline Assembly: Fulber/Peterson/and, of course, Bill Leeb. When I found this album used I was actually very shocked for Ephemeral is apparently a difficult CD to find. So, like any Delerium fan, I snatched it up and bought it. When I first listened to it, however, I thought to myself: 'What a wasteland of buried treasure'. This is a lot like early Delerium with its dark layers of ambience and touches of light industrial, but it also leans towards a subtle tribal version of Intermix (aka, Future Primitives). The songs are very long (ranging from 8 to 10 minutes) but you'll hardly take notice as the time passes you by for the songs are filled with mesmerizing bliss... in a chilling sort of way. I would honestly recommend that you buy this simply because of "Intelligence Dream" and "Naked Sun", which has more of an uptempo progressive drumbeat that reminds me a lot of something you'd hear on Semantic Spaces, which actually came out before this.

15,40 EUR
 
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