The rough entire of the works Rolf Trostel achieved reminds of ASHRA ("Correlations"-like);even with the guitars missing, the rhythms and the aesthetics are a plus (since the Electronic Wave was, back then, arising. Rolf Trostel also released "The Narrow Gate To Life", in 1983, this fourth expression being the most obscure of all. To the gentle idea that that Trostel's electronic fixations is equal to ASHRA's late motivations (or even to some Jarre digital attitude, by other reviewer's random call), there can be appreciate, perhaps, a late Berlin School contact, one clearly addictive to the electronic render. Trostel's music paraphrases a lot of maelstrom into sequencing, sound foreboding or atmospheric uptempos, bringing a space of artificial music in touch with vivant leads. Sequences seem always made having in mind a combination of high register splashes and much deeper bass rumblings; plus, since the 80s, however early or quick-phasing, put the sequencing in a synch, Trostel's efforts are talented and interesting.
Whether it is particularly impressive, very strident or of sonic confidence, the new generation, promoted around these times, gets congratulated by the presence of this artist. Discography: Inselmusik, Studio Album (1980) Two Faces, Studio Album (1981) Der Prophet, Studio Album (1982) The Narrow Gate To Life, Studio Album (1983) Recall Level, re-collection Compilation (1998) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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