Electronic Sheep

by Level Pi

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S.E.T.I. – This song was written after I had seen Richard Barbieri live in Cologne and the track is influenced by Barbieri's unique style. I was fascinated by the way he worked with soundscapes and leadsounds. O.K., I know his solo works aren't from the 70's but anyhow - he started in the 70's!


Electronic Sheep is the second album from Uwe Cremer, aka Level π, based in Cologne, Germany. His first album Entrance was released on the "Garden of Delights" label in 2006. With its long guitar solos, it can appear on first listening to be set mostly in the Floydian cosmos. But then, at the same time, there are many echoes of 70's electronic music, centred firmly around those who hail from the Berlin school genre. On Electronic Sheep, his new album, Cremer follows this road to the end: Nearly 80 minutes of electronic music, directly inspired by the old heroes and pioneers of this golden age of electronic music.

Overall, the CD works very much like one of those evenings you could spend, sitting in your favourite armchair, listening to one good synthesizer record after another: You start with Klaus Schulze, go on with Jean Michel Jarre, then you listen to Cluster, Tangerine Dream ... . Electronic Sheep is a veritable tribute to Cremer's various idols of this time. So, if you feel reminded of the big names of 70's electronic music, you are absolutely right - this is how it was, this is how it should be.



released June 13, 2009

Mastering: Steve Baltes
Artwork by Cremer & Freude!design – www.rendel-freude.de


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Level Pi Cologne, Germany

LEVEL π is the German musician Uwe Cremer (born in 1965), whose musical style reaches from Krautrock/electronic /experimental music to post punk and romantic goth rock. His first 3 albums have been compared by various reviewers to work from Klaus Schulze, and to Pink Floyd among others. His last release is driven by his passion for Post-Punk and romantic Goth. Cremer lives in Cologne, Germany. ... more

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