Von Haulshoven

Von Haulshoven (Eppie E Hulshof) from the Netherlands does not like the average "top 40" music but loves electronic soundscapes and sequenced rhythm parts. He makes stone age sequences combined with smack you in the face FX and orbit strings. Doing this for over 30 years. Making music just for fun, "I aint no businiss man" Also known as half of the project Dutch Space Mission.
Von Haulshoven
Eppie E Hulshof - Besucher aus dem Kosmos

Artist: Eppie E Hulshof
P: 2007
Eppie refers to his work as 'stone age sequencing' and fans of Berlin School music will definitely not be disappointed. Fans of Klaus Schulze will also be surprised at the tracks on here. In fact it's all round excellent from Eppie.
The title means 'Visitor from the Cosmos' and the music certainly lives up to that name, swirling ambience and beautiful sequences, sometimes gentle, and sometimes powerful. Total class.

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Various Artists - Awakenings 2007 Volume 2

Artist: Various Artists
P: 2007
Journeys in Space and Time. 14 new tracks by all the artist listed. Most of them are really Berlin School style.

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Von Haulshoven + Syndromeda - The First Meeting

Artist: Syndromeda & Von Haulshoven
P: 2007 / 2011
A good combination of these two Berlin School style fans. As musicians, they know, how to make music in that style. 3 long tracks bring us to the 70ies style melodies and sequencer of Klaus Schulze and Tangerine Dream, but really it sounds more like KS. You can hear the CD in one go and will be astonished about the evolving of the music, with athmosperic layers and flowing sounds.
This is the Syngate version from 2011.

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Von Haulshoven + Syndromeda - The Second Intelligent Lifeform

Artist: Syndromeda & Von Haulshoven
P: 2010
This is the second collaboration by dutch artist Eppie E Hulshof aka von Haulshoven and belgian artist Danny Budts aka Syndromeda are well known. Imagine a collaboration of this two masters of the Berlin School style.

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Von Haulshoven - Der Weg des Geistes

Artist: Von Haulshoven
P: 2010
'Stone age sequencing and orbit strings': electronic music with its roots in the seventies. In von Haulshoven's smokescreen studio full of smoking E-machines one after another composition is made wrapped in a fine cloud of andromeda nebula. There are no fashionable trends, hard sequences, 'in the face' effects and 'orbit strings' but old fashioned electronic music. Track one sounds like Klaus Schulzes Timewind, so you have a feel, what the music is about.

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Von Haulshoven - Hovenstein (the castle in space)

Artist: Von Haulshoven
P: 2008
Absolutly a mass of synthesizersequences like mid 70ies Tangerine Dream Ricochet appear here. This is one ofe the most retro style CDs from the last years. If you like pure Berlin School style, this is the right choice for you.

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Von Haulshoven - Kiko And The Ancient Astronaut

Artist: Von Haulshoven
P: 2009
Character to imagination as colored as overflowing, von Haulshoven (Eppie E. Hulshof) offers us the story of Kiko, a dolmen sculptor which would have received the visit of extra terrestrial in order to insufflating the secrecies of the dolmens making. An epic title of 72 minutes, in the purest tradition of retro Berlin School. EM whose soft minimalism circular rhythms measure heavy atmospheric moments, stuffed of cosmic sound effects.
The story of Kiko begins with a mellotron choral, struck of few keys with heavy reverberations which open a scintillating Milky Way. Among this twinkling darkness, we almost hear a spaceship howling on a long droning trail, initiating a first sequential movement with fine spheroid arpeggios. Von Haulshoven is in its element. A hypnotic sequence whirls slightly on a minimalism cycle, where mellotron choirs amalgamate with heavy and rippling layers. A 2nd sequence is grinding in the furrows of the 1st one, splitting a slow hypnotic tempo, whereas a fine base line pulsates on slow sinuous solos, opening the past of Schulze and Body Love. The Dutch synthesist shows us his ability to cover a minimalism movement of consistent solos and heavy layers with evasive deployments.
This 1st musical segment stretches his superb hypnotic melody until the 16th minute, where a soft cosmic ballet settles under heavy vibrations. Beautiful synthesized layers embrace this atonal portion which pulsates slightly under a fine bass sequence and which circulates among a cushion of analog cosmic sound effects. An echotic sequence pierces this sonorous fragility, molding a discrete crescendo on a sequential structure increasingly animated, but always sober, with a whistling synth. Hesitating between ambient and rhythmic discreetly sequence, Kiko And The Ancient Astronaut evolves under various sound horizons, until the 40th minute, where the movement develops with good aggressive sequences and solos. A crusade of more or less 15 minutes which attenuates in the loud atmospheric hazes filled of composite sound effects. A little as if the universe infiltrated the earth. An intense atmospheric moment which dies out on an animated final, as Jarre was accustomed to offers on Oxygen and Equinox
With this 72 minutes epic part, Von Haulshoven avoids the traps of a boring redundancy. Certainly the sequences are soberly circular, but the atmospheres and synth solos which surrounds them are of an attractive sound richness. And when we drown there, we always hear a cyclic sequence which attracts our hearing, emerging from nowhere. For audacious and fans of classical Berlin School, à la Body Love style. Not so badly after all, but an open mind will ease this long listening.

Sylvain Lupari, 2009



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Von Haulshoven - Schimmige Beelden

Artist: Von Haulshoven
P: 1999/ 2009
Rhythmic Berlin School music from Dutch artist who likes to refer to his musical style as "Stone Age Sequencing". Eppie Hulshof (also known as Eppie E Hulshof and Von Haulshoven) has been making music since 1973, both as a member of several Rock bands (he played guitar) and as solo electronic artist. This CD sounds like early Klaus Schulze's "Irrlicht" for example, with a little more later sequencing!

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Von Haulshoven meets Syndromeda

Artist: Syndromeda & Von Haulshoven
P: 2007
A good combination of these two Berlin School style fans. As musicians, they know, how to make music in that style. 3 long tracks bring us to the 70ies style melodies and sequencer of Klaus Schulze and Tangerine Dream, but really it sounds more like KS. You can hear the CD in one go and will be astonished about the evolving of the music, with athmosperic layers and flowing sounds.
This is the Syndromeda version from 2007.

 

13,90 EUR
 
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