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Redshift are a British electronic music group, founded in 1996 by Mark Shreeve. Their musical style is rooted in the early to mid 1970’s German electronic music era, often described as Berlin School, and transcends the genre using musical originality, multi-instrumentation, and complex harmonic arrangements using analogue sequencing. Their pieces are described as both exciting and haunting in equal measure, expressing strong central themes, and include contrasting atmospheres of rich sonic textures. Redshift music has been featured on BBC… ulteriori informazioni

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  • "Midnight Clear" is just a masterpiece..
  • Hello friends! I'm Mike Winchester of [artist]WMRI[/artist]. I want to invite you to my recent reissues of two epic Berlin School EM albums from 2010. They were available only on CD, but now they are officially free for download as web-releases on our label [label]USC[/label]. Here's the links: [url=http://uscu.unitedstudios.ru/2013/11/wmri-source-of-universal-energy.html]The Source of Universal Energy[/url] | [url=http://uscu.unitedstudios.ru/2013/10/wmri-etherworlds.html]Etherworlds[/url].
  • Spotify playlist:[url=http://open.spotify.com/user/1124842745/playlist/2SucYlg58aWE79Z17mS4It]The Berlin School of Electronic Music[/url]
  • these guys are among my top fav artists of all time...i cant express how much i love their music and how deep and heavy it is.
  • wow - just listened to Ether. Just like listening to some early/mid 70s Berlin School heavies like TD and Schulze. Very much recommended.
  • great music
  • its like im scrobbling tangerine dream, but im not. shit is niceeeeee
  • Wow, this is great!. The perfect continuation from where TG started to be irrelevant, around ~86
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  • Great stuff, huge fan. "Halo" and "Faultline" are my top 2 favorites.

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