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    Posted: 01 Apr 2018 at 2:58pm


Four ancient albums have been completely remixed and remastered, and can be
considered as new releases as the music is also transformed, especially
"Out of the City". They also have new cover arts. This is electronic music with very strong jazz influences.

Life - Unfolding has already been reviewed on Progarchives : (four stars, two
reviews) : "`Life - Unfolding' couldn't be a more appropriate title for this
album, as much of the music slowly unwinds with long ethereal stretches, and
it's one of Yves' more satisfying and substantial releases due to a stronger
element of slightly darker, droning, more mysterious qualities, giving it a
depth that is sometimes absent from his work. It's also quite comparable to
ambient artists like Steve Roach, although Yves does have a recognizable sound
all his own. A mix of cosmic and earthy atmospheres, why not find an unhurried
time and place to listen quietly and enjoy this immersive evocative music?"

"Light of Lost Summers" offers four different tracks, from Berlin School
sequencing with jazzy soprano-sax like synth soloing (Breathes) to distorted
guitar chorus over tablas and electonics (Caves), dialogs between Harp and
Koto over oriental percussions while Water Drops make the pulse, and much more
for imaginary journeys and dreams. This album is the most jazzy of this set and should be of more interest to the readers of jazzmusicarchives.

"Elsewhere" is a set of three long ambient / jazzy tracks emerging from the
mist, with instruments from many places of the world : Gamelan Cymbals,
Tibetan Horns, Water Drums, Koto, Electronics, Wooden and Metallic
Percussions, many Synths, many Udu and Guitars. The track Elsewhere is the
longest of the discography (25').
The album "Elsewhere" was already reviewed on Progarchives :

"Out of the City" is a musical journey beyond stress, exhaustion and solitude
in search of serenity and fullness : the ambient music of this album depicts
these shifts to another world, a new life and deeper feelings through six
tracks traveling from dark ambient to light, beyond an uncommon rock opening.

These albums are available for free listening on the web site, but also on
Bandcamp and major commercial platforms (Spotify, iTunes, Amazon,
etc...). They were remixed by the author and remastered by Emmanuel de Saint
Méen (delusion squared). Stay tuned, and good hearing !




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