Wave World – Hieroglyphs


Release data: Wave World – Hieroglyphs CD, Virtual Factory Records, 2011 After a five-year period of silence, the Dutch multimedia project Wave World resurfaced in the fall of 2011 with two new albums, “Hieroglyphs” being one the them. The cd offers seven highly cinematic compositions, accompanied by many strange and insect sound effects expanding the visual experience. The sound design still bears the Wave World…

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Wave World – Tableaux


Release data: Wave World – Tableaux CD, VFR Records, 2011 At the same time as their album “Hieroglyphs” came out, the Dutch trio Wave World also released “Tableaux”. The latter contains 15 single tracks composed exclusively for the art exhibition held by visual artist Pbalris (aka Wave World member Gert van Santen) in early 2011. Beside the fact that the music of “Tableaux” is in…

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Wave World – Cloudseeder


Release data: Wave World – Cloudseeder CD, VFR Records, 2003 “Cloudseeder” is a double album by the Dutch trio Gert van Santen, Harry Kessels and graphics designer Rolf van Slooten. It’s a pity it isn’t graced with such a beautiful out-of-this world- cd cover as their previous albums “Species”, “Structures” or “Dimensions”. The first cd contains two previous released studio tracks (“Cloudseeder” and “Psycho Eggs”),…

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Wave World – The Falls of Varnal


Release data: Wave World – The Falls of Varnal CD, One Records, 2004 This is not a new cd from the Dutch multimedia project. It’s a compilation album released by the Russian label One Records. They selected seven tracks of their formerly released albums for this purpose, which are generally known to be very visual. The cd opens with “Another Strange Day on Gonxa” followed…

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Wave World – The Winds of Laax


Release data: Wave World – The Winds of Laax CD, VFR Records, 2005 I must confess I absolutely enjoyed the first three albums of this remarkable band, but after that I got rather confused by the direction of their music, which appeared not to be that mind thrilling and visual at all when compared to their first output. First of all, “The Winds of Laax”…

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