• Sylvain Lupari

SYNDROMEDA: Time Will Never Be The Same (2012)

Updated: Aug 3, 2020

This album is embroidered in structures of progressive EM with a soft scent of psychedelicosmic mood that is unique to Syndromeda's works

1 Glad they Finally Arrived 9:56

2 On and On 12:32

3 Iceland Memories 14:02

4 Homeless 11:11

5 Boiled Brain 11:45

6 Back to the Tribe 9:00

7 With a Sparkle of Light 7:00

SynGate | CD-R SS14

(CD-r/DDL 75:28) (V.F.)

(Prog and psy Berlin School style)

Borrowing his storytellers' suit of psychotroni-cosmic stories, Danny Budts offers a new work of musical literature which contrarily to Waiting for the Second Sun, and this even if the structures are very alike, is more down-to-earth. Except that if the story is pulled of the souvenirs from a journey that the Belgian synthesist did in the Arctic territories of Iceland and Norway, and its islands of Lofoten and Spitsbergen, TIME WILL NEVER BE THE SAME