September 13th, 2006

Great arrangement and as always stellar use of timbre and event placement.


August 2nd, 2006

Hello Pascal, Markus and Minouche!

I said this in the Syngu forums and I should say this here - this is a wonderful, incredible and unbelievably good track!!! (with tree exclaimation marks).

The chorus part is favourite, and the whole track gives a very nice atmosphere to all the listeners!

Keep up the wonderfull work,
Best wishes!


July 29th, 2006

Wonderfull track with much diversity in sounds. Excelent voices and great work with the choir. The deep bass is given this track a special atmo. Excelent production of verry talented people.


July 22nd, 2006

I wanted to choose one of your songs for my mixpro radio... I chose this song. I really like the vocals and love the sound over all. This is some great work from you and all involved, great job...

Cheers


May 27th, 2006

Wonderfu Song ! Great Sound - Voice etc..... TOP !!


May 25th, 2006

Depeche Mode have such a major influence whether recognised as being so or not. They were great band and so are Syngularity !

This track is brilliant , well produced !


May 19th, 2006

Hey, congratulations for this is my first ever review I've written! Lol

Wow, this is an amazing track, the orchestration is really ambient, pensive and utterly enthralling. I love the band 'Air' and this really has that kind of relaxed, deep sound to it. It also sounds like a song that would feature in a film too, possibly something dramatic and intelligent, like Donnie Darko?

The words are so cool and original too, there's so much diversity and a beautiful tone to the singer, love him!

It's an all round great song, it sounds really professional and if I heard it on the radio I'd be like, 'ooh, who's this?'

Lol, right, so, there we are!
I'm a fan already :D

Yours,
Anna Nicholl.


March 30th, 2006

this is deep and beautiful...wow...you guys are so talented...the melody of vocals is really poignant and easy to remember, which is nice...bravo!


February 18th, 2006

man könnte die Superlativen für diese Produktion unendlich fortführen. Eine Gefühlvolle Melodie mit einem Vocal den man immer wieder hören möchte. Hinzu kommt ein Sound der sehr anspechend ist. Hut ab und tiefe Verbeugung.

Ses


January 8th, 2006

A very earpleasing piece here Pascal! The drum beat is really nice. The bassline is simply addictive, can't stop listening to it! Great production, one of my fav syng track.


January 2nd, 2006

the intro is so dark, deep and haunting. the vocals , high/low fit this song perfectly for the right effect. then it goes to the mellow break. really like the way the changes are incorporated. this should be on the radio. Loren


December 2nd, 2005

*REVIEWCREW*

I always like to associate futuristic high tech scene with Pascal music, always so daring and boldful. Soap in the pool of electronics gargets make him the most excellence man to fire up the move - the great move.

PRODUCTION :-
Wonderfully recorded and mixed, a standard surpassed any of my tracks. A quality of sound devil, excellence in every aspects.

VOCAL :-
Vocal of Markus Hofmann seems to resemble the voice of the future, a voice too deep to enchanted. Powerful and irresistably wonderful.

MELODY :-
Enlighted in the charms of dreamland passion, solely rule the world of fantasy.

MUSIC :-
The drum and the bass are bloody marvellous - I love them! And the swinging mood of the synths are another great bonus to the ears.

OUTPUT :-
* 4 X MIXPIX!!!

* EXCELLENCE SOUNDSCAPE!!!


November 13th, 2005

I love the driving intro of this piece. The bass just makes this stand out.

Vocals are exceptional. The backing voxs blend beautifully.

Excellent job to all involved. This is a great track.


October 25th, 2005

This is a very well written peice of electronic pop....reminds me a bit of Dave Gahan/Depeche Mode, especially the vocals....The structure and tone are hypnotic, and the chorus is very memorable. One of the the best parts is the lyrics....the double meanings and almost contradicting phrases ("tell me secrets / hide your pain in streaks of lies... that all the betters made it worse") are, to me, a somewhat sad statement of how no-one in our society really speaks in meaningful terms to each other.... (ie: How are you today ?.... I'm fine thanks.... even if the real answer is that we are anything but fine.) My favourite track of yours so far...


October 9th, 2005

and lyrics I will wnder about for a while. You create a world of your own with each track and invite us to understand.

Congratulations on an excellent song.

G.


October 5th, 2005

There are certain things you can guarantee with SYNGULARITY 'S music... It will always be world class in composition and performance,and you never know where his music will take you,as each is always so different from the last track you heard.
This track has great vocals and rhythms.
Keyboards are wonderful.
But it is the step back from the tech stuff that tells you more about a song than any amount of this is good,or that is great. The song,the music,has that "Right" quality about it.
You know you are listening to people who are masters of the craft they love.
Top notch.
Nigel.


October 2nd, 2005

Hello again SYNGULARITY,

I enjoy your music! It's good to know you are here.

all my best,
michael palmieri


September 30th, 2005

Didn't know what to expect when i logged onto this page, but i'm really glad i did. This is easily one of the best songs i have heard on Mixposure. It kind of reminds me a bit of VAST. Absolute quality.


September 28th, 2005

That was some song - I have very little in my collection like it except perhaps a solo album by Peter Murphy (formerly of Bauhaus, and whom I've met and played chess with - beat him 3/3 too!). Anyway, that's an album very dreamlike, epic in scope and your song would stand tall against anything on that album easily. Sounds like Air around 2-mins, another band I like a great deal. Basically, the production was first rate (can you do my next album!), the vocals were crisp and strong, reminding me of Peter Murphy/David Bowie as well as something all of your own. And the fact the song is non-linear, with unusual structures, pleases me greatly. Wonderful ambience too. I just hope all the other songs I listen too are as good as this!


September 28th, 2005

What a splendid song !
Excellent compo.
The voice is GREAT, full of emotions and feeling...
The atmosphere is awesome, i love it !
Bravo. (--->mixpix)

Cheers
Alexis


September 21st, 2005

x periment, not bad at all!

Keep making more experiments!

its working !


September 18th, 2005

hi..thanks for visiting..
countrys not really our genre..
we try to be versatile..
this is a cool ambient track..
enjoyed listening!


September 14rd, 2005

Starts like a mixed industrial and new age song. The production is sweet. Nice little delayed notes on the left. Utopia! New world!


September 14rd, 2005

Today I am going to endulge myself in the music of Syngularity. And what a way to start my voyage.
This track is mindblowing. The sounds created here are awesome. We all know that when we tune into a Syngularity track, that we are going to hear something out of the ordinary, something quite exquisite. The production is something we all aspire to. Pascal Markus and Minouche form a formidable team.
The synth work is faultless, the creativity of the composition, superb, and the vocals are brilliant, fitting in perfectly with the piece. All three ellements thrown together into a big pot and mixed to perfection. What else can I say but.....WOW !!!!


September 13th, 2005

*REVIEWCREW*

Especially I like the vocals in this song. All in all is it a very commercial track with high performance and I ask myself why is this song not in the professional world-charts on a top place? It sounds full of emotions and feelings so I like music, you know. This song is a highlight in the musicworld and I am glad to listen and listen and listen and listen .... to/o .... wonderful collab. Syngularity presents always music of high quality. Thank you for sharing at Mixposure, yes .... here at Mixposure.


September 11st, 2005

it has the best elements of progressive rock from the 70's to the present day utlising modern instrumentation. A really masterful piece of work. The vocalist reminds me of Peter Gabriel, which for this type of work is high praise from me. Just outstanding. To mix pix.


September 11st, 2005

Intense orchestration provided electronically. Some very sinister sounds in the intro take the plucky theme to a deep and more meaniful place. Very much in the tradition of great progressive rock bands while accessible as good pop should be.

The over all effect is a very viable piece of music coupled with very hip contemporary vocals. An attention grabber in the pop genre and a breath of fresh air.


September 11st, 2005

You guys, this is friggin amazing...I love it...nothing else to say except a big ass MIX PIX!! Nice work!! Whew!


September 11st, 2005

*REVIEWCREW*

Increadable sound here!
What a beautiful road you have built for the vocals to drive on! This is outstanding,both in production and in concept! What a great way to start my Sunday!
++++++++++++++++++++++++
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
++++++++++++++++++++++++
start your day off right!Listen to this!


September 11st, 2005

This song has such beauty, and atmosphere, fragile and strong at the same time. Markus' lovely vocals are superb , and I love the use of fx and backing vox in this incredible arrangement.Clever poetic lyrics, thought provoking and intellectual.
Pascal and Minouches and Markus arrangement of this song are heavenly and the whole song has an uplifiting euphoric mood, The tribal voices are stunning, as is the construction and feel of this brilliant track.
A Utopianly Dreamfull beautiful song.