Frank Klare – Digitalic

Frank Klare - Digitalic

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Frank Klare – Digitalic
CD, Groove Unlimited, 2007

Frank Klare describes “Digitalic” as the musical successor of the his album “Analogic”, containing six recordings made between 2003 and 2007.

Mr Klare has an energetic way of composing electronic music, which overall is strongly sequencer based and rooted in the modern Berliner School of music.

The outcome on “Digitalic” is music that demands and takes its time to unfold, so I might imagine not every listener can or is not willing to be that patient.
The repetitive and rolling sequencer lines actually have an entrancing effect on the listener, as they lead the way through a digital but warm sounding landscape of keenly melted sonics, while Frank adds some nice melody and effects to it.

Musician Ron Boots joins Frank on the last two tracks of the album, where the music makes a turn towards organic flavoured music due to the use of a minimal tribal rhythm.
This collaboration again proves as worthwhile as on “Analogic”, and for me make up the best part of the album.

All in all, the almost 71 minute “Digitalic” is a dynamic album with minimal elements which will surely please fans of Klaus Schulze but most of all those who like Frank’s previous albums.



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