• Sylvain Lupari

BORDERS EDGE MUSIC: A Touch of Berlin Vol. I (2015)

Updated: Nov 25, 2020

A Touch of Berlin Vol. I is a nice and very fair compilation which will rock your world down and draw dreams beyond the stars

1 Floh 5:52 2 Emerald Path 5:28 3 Astral Gates 7:52 4 The Caves of Steel 5:36 5 Infinite Improbabilities 11:52 6 Nexus 6 4:04 7 Encounter at Proxima 5 4:46 8 Ion Storm on Jupiter Station 6:48 Borders Edge Music

(DDL 52:19) (V.F.) (New Berlin School, E-Rock and Berlin School)

Maybe I'm dreaming. But I have this feeling that the Berlin School style, the progressive EM which for a long time was cooking in the German caves and basements seems to resurface. The Facebook pages abound. Radio programs get multiply and solid releases are hopping up to the ears at almost every week. For the Canadian independent label Borders Edge Music, it's the right time to release a compilation on the genre entitled A TOUCH OF BERLIN VOL.1. I'm maybe going to make you smile, or to shock some of you, but with all the genres and the sub-genres which are teeming in the studios and are produced over the last couple of years, the collective Borders Edge Music is what it gets closer to Software EM fabric and of their numerous music styles which lived under the same banner; Innovative Communication, after the Peter Mergener years. Lot of styles and a lot of music. Borders Edge Music presents good and lively EM, from e-rock to IDM and New Age by passing in the New Berlin School range. There are for all tastes. And as in these Software years, the compilations have a thematic nature, as DreamScapes and