Rudy Adrian – The Healing Lake


Release data: Rudy Adrian – The Healing Lake CD, White Cloud Music, 2000 The music of Rudy Adrian’s atmospheric recording “The Healing Lake” is rather similar to “Twilight”. The album features nine reflective tracks (making up 57 minutes of music) with an emphasis on serenity, but this time there are no up-tempo sequencer-based pieces. The delicately flowing and meandering music is intimate and spacey, offering…

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Rudy Adrian – SubAntarctica (Atmospheric Works Vol.1)


Release data: Rudy Adrian – SubAntarctica (Atmospheric Works Vol.1) CD-R, Private Release, 1999 This cd-r contains the original soundtrack for the national exhibition “Art in the Sub-Antarctic”, which Rudy Adrian composed as a commissioned work for the Southland Art Gallery & Museum. The project involved sending a dozen artists to the uninhabited islands halfway between New Zealand and the South Pole, to get inspired. After…

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Rudy Adrian – Kinetic Flow (Sequencer Sketches Vol. 1)


Release data: Rudy Adrian – Kinetic Flow (Sequencer Sketches Vol. 1) CD, Groove Unlimited, 2000 Rudy’s two sequencer pieces on his previous overall atmospheric album “Twilight” must have made quite an impression at Groove Unlimited , as they have released “Kinetic Flow” (subtitled Sequencer Sketches Vol. 1). Well, I’m sure this sequencer album will please a wide range of music fans, as the content sounds…

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Rudy Adrian – Twilight (Atmospheric Works Vol. 2)


Release data: Rudy Adrian – Twilight (Atmospheric Works Vol. 2) CD-R, Private Release, 1998 David Parsons was kind to get me in touch with this musician hailing from New Zealand’s south island, whose full name actually is Rudy Adrian Hueting. Originally, “Twilight” (Atmospheric Works Vol. 2) was only meant for friends and relatives, but it appeared there was some distinct demand outside of that. Rudy…

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Rudy Adrian – Moonwater


Release data: Rudy Adrian – Moonwater CD, Lotuspike, 2006 “Moonwater” is Rudy’s first release on the rather ambitious Lotuspike-label. As explained in the booklet, the start of the music was more or less accidental as some of his main studio equipment broke down. Nevertheless, the outcome is a beautiful collection of relaxed and moody ambient music carrying some distinct elements of Harold Budd and Brian…

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