The contemporary electronics Taede A. Smedes brought his audience with “Lost and Found in Imaginary Landscapes” is now extended with the richly coloured sonic universe with some groovy bits making up “No Solid Ground”.
From the start, there’s a pleasant driving element as well as a happy, positive touch embedded in the eight sonic creations without things getting busy in any sense. A special note goes to the recording’s overall transparency and the space between the notes that I both appreciate a lot. Every texture, melodic atmosphere, and tune just feels right and at ease, while parts of the sequencing remind of Schiller, Stefan Erbe, and classic Jarre.
I feel our world in turmoil as well as our states of mind can benefit positively from the 66 minutes of expertly mastered and produced soundings found on “No Solid Ground”.
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