Vanderson – Synthetic Breath


Release data: Vanderson – Synthetic Breath CD, Generator.Pl, 2012 Already with the first track “A Tribute to Tangerine Dream”, Polish synthesist Maciej Wierzchowski (aka Vanderson) once more shows who has been and will remain the core inspiration for his music since several years: in exactly six minutes he comes up with some catching sequencing along vintage pads and solo voices many know so well from…

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Vanderson – Earth Moving


Release data: Vanderson – Earth Moving CD-R, SynGate, 2009 “Earth Moving” is a live album by Polish synthesist Maciej Wierzchowski, aka Vanderson. The cd contains two lengthy pieces of 25 and 23 minutes, recorded in August and September 2008 respectively. Maciej’s music is an attractive blend of long solos and rhythmic / sequenced Berliner School, with several breaks tying things aptly together and keeping it…

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Vanderson – Visions


Release data: Vanderson – Visions CD, Generator.pl, 2011 If I’m not mistaken, “Visions” is the very first factory-pressed cd by Polish composer Vanderson, aka Maciej Wierzchowski. This cosmic album pairs the classic sound of Germany’s vintage EM-years with nowadays modern technology, all assembled into four long compositions. Next to most enjoyable spatial sequencing following in the footsteps of Schulze and TD, Vanderson knows the right…

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Vanderson – From The Bottom Of Space


Release data: Vanderson – From The Bottom Of Space CD-R/DIGITAL DOWNLOAD, SynGate, 2010 A few years back I was impressed by the music featured on Vanderson’s album “Echoes of Darkness”. “From the Bottom of Space” (composed between 2008 and 2009) doesn’t disappoint either. This time the vintage music is offered in shorter tracks and seems to focus more on soundscaping on the first half of…

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Vanderson – Echoes Of Darkness


Release data: Vanderson – Echoes Of Darkness CD-R, SynG@te, 2007 Vanderson is a project of Polish musician Maciej Wierzchowski. The four lengthy tracks on this release sound like a homage to TD’s sequencer-infused music and sound of the ‘80s, as it nicely blends catchy sequencer patterns with spacious textures and solo lines. The compositions are well executed and attractive, due to the well-chosen and overall…

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