Those who love rather complex and dynamic sequencer music with an acoustic edge and an occasional high-tech feel should check out the music Paul Ellis’ has put down on his amazing album “Last Hiding Place of Beauty”.
The cd contains four long tracks, all making a powerful, straightforward statement, keenly melting vibrating sequencer patterns, fx’s, and a wide range of vintage flavoured synthesizer textures such as mellotron flute.
As said previously, the overall structure is rather complex, although lots of space is found within the core of every piece of music.
The overall outcome is simply breathing the joy of honest electronics more than once.
“Last Hiding Place of Beauty” really kicks some ass, so make sure you get your hands on a copy.
You can see what reviews I have done of this artist on the Paul Ellis artist page
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