VoLt – A Day without Yesterday


Release data: VoLt – A Day without Yesterday CD/DIGITAL DOWNLOAD, Groove Unlimited, 2016 The title of this album is an alternative name for the cosmic The Big Bang, while the actual track titles describe aspects of the event, especially when wondering whether there is a Black Hole at the other side of a Big Bang. Both are reflected in the artwork for the cd, featuring…

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VoLt – Particles


Release data: VoLt – Particles CD/DIGITAL DOWNLOAD, Groove Unlimited, 2013 Work on “Particles” already started during the process of assembling and finalizing “Circuits”, a VoLt-release that turned out less accessible and much more adventurous in the end. “Particles” however, once again developed and shaped over the internet, takes on an organic, more flowing character. Moreover, it re-invents and re-energizes the VoLt-signature once again. The original…

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VoLt – Circuits


Release data: VoLt – Circuits CD, Groove Unlimited, 2012 After a long wait of about four years, VoLt (aka Michael Shipway and Steve Smith) finally released its sixth album “Circuits” in April 2012. One might ask what caused the delay, as their previous albums followed rather swiftly after each other. Well, the duo basically started work on the structure and sequences of tracks for the…

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VoLt – HjVi


Release data: VoLt – HjVi CD, Groove Unlimited, 2008 This cd contains the music VoLt played at their concert at Hampshire Jam 6 at Liphook, UK, on October 20th 2007. The disc offers over 76 minutes of music, split in four lengthy tracks. The 21-minute “Primaeval” kicks off with great sequencing with xylophone-effect and uplifting synth pads to which engaging melodic lines, solo’s and effects…

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VoLt – Nucleosynthesis


Release data: VoLt – Nucleosynthesis CD, Groove Unlimited, 2007 The duo Michael Shipway and Steve Smith continue their grand tour of accessible and attractive sequencer-based electronic music with “Nucleosynthesis”. The cd contains three long tracks, on which the typical UK electronic music sound melts with Berliner School inspired sequencing and textures. The music pulsates and flows in the opening track “Explosion”, then flows back to…

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