Just after the turn of the millennium, Tangerine Dream created a gargantuan musical piece based on Dante’s La Divina Commedia. Like Dante’s epic prose, it was divided into three separate parts: Inferno, Purgatorio and Paradiso. Inferno was released in CD and DVD formats in 2002, while Purgatorio and Paradiso followed in 2004 and 2006 respectively,..
On October 16 and November 6, Invisible Hands Music are releasing two of the latest instalments in the comeback of the greatest electronic pioneers of all time, Tangerine Dream. In their imperial years of the 1970s, concerts by West Berlin's Tangerine Dream were an electronic exploration, improvised and different every night, with little or no..
The variety of the album is what makes it relevant, with each track reflecting the mood of different Dali works or parts of his personality. That might sound pretentious, but hey, Dali could make swans reflect elephants, so electronic compositions can certainly reflect him! Well now, here's something rather special for the not inconsiderable number..