It is one of the best albums of 2018 and is as good as it sounds on paper. Released on Cherry Red Records, ‘Beginn’ is the first long player from a brand new collaboration between Claudia Brücken and Jerome Froese.
A beautiful audio visual promo trailer directed by Ray Moody, featuring snippets of all the tracks on the eleven track CD version of ‘Beginn’, showcases the reflective downtempo qualities of the record as well as its occasional more frantic moments. Continue Reading ›
One is a former member of TANGERINE DREAM and son of electronic music pioneer Edgar, while the other is best known for her being part of PROPAGANDA, ACT and ONETWO.
‘Beginn’ sees the first results of a new collaboration between Jerome Froese and Claudia Brücken. It’s plainly obvious to the listener that ‘Beginn’ has had a lot of time and love invested in it; it is immaculately produced and Brücken has never sounded better. Continue Reading ›
For fans of electronic music, the surname Froese really needs little or no introduction and Edgar’s son Jerome has forged a musical career which has seen him partnering his father in TANGERINE DREAM between 1990-2006 before pursuing a solo project resulting in four of his own albums.
Jerome kindly took time out to speak to The Electricity Club about subjects including his musical upbringing and new album with PROPAGANDA’s Claudia Brücken called ‘Beginn’. Continue Reading ›
With the passing of founder member Edgar Froese and new members Ulrich Schnauss and Hoshiko Yamane now fully established, the new look TANGERINE DREAM is now an entirely different beast to the one which played its last London show at the Shepherd’s Bush Empire back in 2014.
The fact that tonight’s show was sold out and the following one was close to capacity showed that there was a huge weight of expectation with these two long-awaited London dates at Union Chapel. Continue Reading ›
In terms of his importance in regards to the timeline of electronic music, JOHN CARPENTER often gets overlooked in favour of the usual suspects. Carpenter was unique in that as well as directing his movies, he usually scored them too.
‘Anthology: Movie Themes 1974-1998’ sees Carpenter re-recording his most well-known film themes with the help of his son Cody and his godson Daniel Davies, both of whom collaborated on his 2015 ‘Lost Themes’ album. Continue Reading ›