• Sylvain Lupari

ALPHA WAVE MOVEMENT: Soniq Variants (2011)

Updated: Jul 11, 2020

I must say that I was amazingly pleased by all the delicacy that is hiding behind the progressive and insistent rhythms of this album

1 Sundial West 10:31

2 Eternal Panorama 7:17

3 Transwave Oscillations 7:25

4 Sustained Environment 3:45

5 Sweeping the Soniq Spectrum 9:00

6 Dynamic Atmosphere 9:00

7 Wave Gliding 3:59

8 Contours & Cloudforms 8:50

HRR 010111

(CD/DDL 55:59) (V.F.)

(Pacific School)

The more I discover the music of Alpha Wave Movement, the more I have the impression that I missed something over the years where I didn't know yet him nor his music. Not that the music of Gregory Kyryluk is genius, but because it's a skillful dosage between soft ethereal ambiences, the mysticism of American tribal and soundscapes as well as deserts' specters which it shakes ceaselessly due to its synth incantations and percussions with multiple tones. It's still under the spell of