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Auricle AMCDR 186 40'29" CDR DELETED

1. Forever 5'20"
2. Sine Waves 16'37"
3. Zeitmaschine 18'29"

All music by David Eveson (Sine Wave).
Produced by Auricle Music.
Recorded between 2010 - 2011. Analogue recording.
Digital remaster by Alan Freeman (March 2012).
Cover photography by D. Eveson.

Instruments: ARP 2600, Korg Mono Poly, Moog, Technics synthesizers, guitar, Mellotron, Stylophone, cymbals.

Time Machine
An apt title for such an album as this, especially spelled in its German form: Zeitmaschine, as this could almost have been an album from Berlin in the early-mid 1970's! It's also formatted as though it could have been an LP. Although musically this concoction never happened any album I've heard. That's the unique art of Sine Wave. There's definitely an air of 1975 Ashra about the opener "Forever" adding Mellotron for a more majestic different angle, and then there's that primordial scuttling of early 70's improv Tangerine Dream in "Sine Waves". On the imaginary side 2 we have "Zeitmaschine" itself opening more in the realms of abstract Gunter Schickert or Peter Frohmader, before moving Edgar Froese like into two segued sequencer phases topped by echo waves, arpeggios, Mellotron and shimmering guitars!


First edition (quantity not specified) - released 22/3/2012.
Second edition (quantity not specified) - released 15/5/2014.

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