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Music review from Progressiveears for album 'Vinyl Spring, Digital Autumn' (in English)

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Romislokus is:
Evgeniy Gorelov- Keyboards
Mikhail Voronov- Guitars
Yuri Smolnikov- Guitars, Vocals, Lyrics
Dmitriy Shelemetev- Drums
Maksim Karavaev- Computers
Mikhail brovarnik- Bass
Irina Unakovskaya- Cello
Anna Goya- Violin, Vocals
Romislokus- Vinyl Spring Digital Autumn. The new CD from Russian proggers, Romislokus. This band is excellent at fusing the acoustic and electronic sides of music. Guitars, bass, drums, cello & violin played over electronic soundscapes created by computers and keyboards. All the vocals are in Russian. I have no idea what Yuri Smolnikov is singing about, but it doesn’t matter. He sings great, with rich, low tones and a nice delivery. All the musicians are quite capable and play more as an ensemble rather than having any particular instrument to stand out front. The computer is also a major part of the sound. Maksim Karavaev using it to create glistening, hypnotic, trancelike backgrounds that are both dense and mesmerizing. The cellos and violins played against these electronic elements, brings their acoustic natures to the fore and is musically, very nice. Vinyl Spring Digital Autumn will appeal to lovers of ambient, electronic and progressive music. Romislokus reminds me of everything from Fripp, Belew, U2, and Dire Straits, to Brian Eno, Pink Floyd, Tangerine Dream and Klaus Schulze. Well crafted songs from a gifted group of Russian musicians. This CD is impressive enough that I also want to check out their 2001 release, Between Two Mirrors. I hear good things about that too. Having now heard Vinyl Spring Digital Autumn, I believe every word.

July, 2002.

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