January 14th, 2007

Is always a treat so when I came to look for new (where are you?) I saw this and couldn't believe it's one I missed... I love you and nigel together... one of the best mixpo partnerships... this has a lovely beat and intro... nigel brings it on slow and sensitive... the synth work is just fabulous here pascal... that pulsing vibe pad line... all those pulsing lines... this really has a subdued energy that creates enormous tension and expectation... maybe that is what ambient perfection is all about... keeping us on the edge of our seats... that nigel is mixed as if coming from afar is brilliantly effective to the tense mood... you have thrilled me without forcing me onto the dance floor... brilliant gents... a year ago? no... it sounds right now... thank you....

Rapster


April 16th, 2006

And many strides taken in the intro alone...

This movement is tangible, dark and eerie one minute and the next light and inquisitive...

A theme of resonance - for looking over the shoulder at the story behind, or the reflection coming from around the next corner, an outline, just before you see the full figure coming into view...

Beautifully crafted layers to build the anticipation and keep us on our toes until the hint of a new passage is well on the way...

Mysterious, headstrong, bold and edgy, a flight taking place with the threat of attack nearside...

Oh I could go on for pages about what this song gives rise to in terms of scenery and imagery! The pace is fluent and barbed with stepping stones, counter paths and signposts to other worlds, which one to take is the big question...

Bravo dear friends, this music is a form of escape, a route to travel and lose all reality, wonderful work and stunning talent, positively visionary.

You are remarkable artists painting with the brushes of sound, each colour is a delight to the ears.

Nigel's guitar playing is always something to look forward to and this collaboration is a dream.

Awe inspiring Pascal, much respect for your work and this shining creation.

Thank you :):)

Maria Daines


January 13th, 2006

The track has sooo much happening but all in the right places...the perc is AMAZING..so intricate and mind expansive and then...Nigel's geetar comes in and adds that drama....big geetar BIG drama...tribal and mod all in sync...so many shades of light and dark and fascination abounds in the way it is mixed....some sounds up front with others close behind shadowed by some distant sonic bass and fx gems...amazing job...complex but smoothe on the ears all the way from wo to go.

Pete Badmouth


January 8th, 2006

Very interesting music. I think not usual for Syngularity. This kind of music is great - so I like it, with claps, great percussion-parts and effects, especially pan-effects. It is a great track for the Radiostation by DJ Crawford from England. He would be also enthusiastic if he would listen to this track. Today I am also working in this kind of music but the result was not so impressive like yours. Pascal you have also a great ear for playing the bassline - I like it very much. Much success for this wonderful track. I have listened more times and I am listening more and more instruments. Simply wonderful!!!! ... and the strings ..... woooowwww, very very impressive.

Serious-Music