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Into Deep

1 Jan. 2004 | Format: MP3

£7.99 (VAT included if applicable)
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This album by Oliver Lieb is just superb. Rather than using it to show off his masterful 4/4 orientated trance tracks, he has decided to do something completely different on this album.
Female vocals sung in Spanish, crunching rhythms, and melodic symphonies of electronic sound are all interspersed.
No track is abrasive or rough, all turn into beautiful melodic tracks with pounding drums and electronic percussion. The sounds which Oliver Lieb is able to produce from his machines are simply breathtaking and I have to ask the question, why aren't others making these beautiful sounds?
Well probably because they are not good enough to. Every track here has rich layers of programming. Something is going on at every level in the track and they all combine to form beautiful sound collages. Oliver is one of the best programmers and producers in the world and it's a shame that this album hasn't been talked about a lot more.
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As people should know, the best albums are more than just collected singles. The most groundbreaking albums seem to be where the artist has devised a theme - one that is truly unique and progressive - and then produced a series of flowing tracks each of which demonstrate the ideas of that theme in their own individual way. Electronic dance music has seen some truly revolutionary pieces of art created in this way, with one of the better recent examples, despite its mixed reception, being Sasha's 'Airdrawndagger'. Oliver Lieb's effort, 3 years senior of 'Airdrawndagger' is just as good, if not better.

The first thing to note is that this, as with all of Lieb's work, is depressingly underrated. Don't get me wrong; he has a reasonably big reputation amongst followers of trance music for producing records which not only have floor-filling credentials but also have a melodic sweetness, an experimental edge and true musical integrity. But as one of the few groundbreaking EDM producers who has chosen not to pursue the bright lights and late nights that come with being a superclub DJ, Lieb has not had the public image and showmanship that others who have can rely on. He is very much the quiet genius.

While it is difficult and probably foolish to try and categorise this, it is essentially a "chillout" album. It treads delicately at a walking pace, and the rather simple percussive and bass elements give it plenty of space to breathe, with somewhat typical rich, spacey synths washing over the upper frequencies. But while this could have been your typical Belearic beach-locked cliché, drowned in soft guitar and piano melodies, the beauty of this album lies in the way Lieb takes things a step further and crosses the border into the surreal.
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Format: Audio CD
A great peice of work here. You simply cannot fault the first cd, which is a luscious mix of ambient sweeps and riffs, clever rythms and speced out sounds. Once you play track 1, you are locked in - its impossible to switch off. Amazing stuff. My only complaint is that CD1 is mixed, personally I prefer un-mixed, although the mixing is faultless and effective. CD2 is un-mixed collection of dancier remixes. Leib's own remixes stand out as the best here, although some are a bit minimal for my tastes. Over all, a great collection and well worth buying. Superb!
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