“Deepminds” offers a nice set of music consisting of four compositions Hans van Kroonenburg published previously on YouTube as well as three new pieces: “Polymood”, “Mytilini Intermission” and the title track. The latter were created with (and inspired by) a couple of second hand instruments Hans got his hands on such as the Meris’ Polymoon and Behringer’s DeepMind 6 synth. Hans’s son Rik joins him on e-guitar on “Mytilini Intermission”.
Well, I only need a few words about the music: moody, warm-blooded Berlin School dressed with catchy sequences and gentle curling melodic lines riding the cosmic EM-avenue. Of the seven tracks, I enjoyed “Unpaved Roads”, “Polymood” and “Four is More” the most.
Any fan of Skoulaman’s captivating old-school electronics should grab a copy of “Deepminds” I reckon.
You can see what reviews I have done of this artist on the Skoulaman artist page
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