The artistry is powerful. There’s a sense of craftsmanship, a story to it all, which makes the listening experience so much more interesting & valuable.
The late 1970s early 1980s was an electric era pregnant with possibility. ‘1980 REDUX’ is my way to return in spirit, in memory, to that excitement.
Something of an audio revolution, the creative production is gripping. Not dissimilar to a soft breeze, with an unexpected edge of industrial modernisation.
A fresh & melodic dance track with a gorgeous bit of tropical house woven into the mix. Loaded with great vibes. A beautiful, beach party kind of mood.
The art of the album is not a lost concept, the thought & effort put into this collection has value & greatly enhances everything magical about it.
My earlier albums each had a story or theme. A river, a planet, a person, someone who inspired me. Four was total improvisation, a stream of consciousness.
These snippets of ambiance & emotion are enough to inspire the most profound of thoughts. The artistry of this release is deeply interesting.
The energy is on point, intense & hyper – likely to leave even the laziest of listeners feeling the need to get up & go do something.
The titles hold a level of strength. The concept’s are briefly defined, the rest of the journey is determined by the music & the mind of the listener.
Serge Bulat has an absolute thirst & skill for capturing the perfect sounds for each passing moment during the creative process. Beautifully unique.
It’s like a guilty pleasures done properly experience. It feels great to lose yourself in the playlist, and what’s more, everything progresses in a totally satisfying way.
This album is the kind that leaves you not wanting to miss a moment. A definite recommend, one of the most eclectic & creatively free albums of the year.