Sci-fi music suite for future times, evoking « The edifice of the universe which, with its infinitely large, its part on the human scale and its infinitely small, rests
Sci-fi music suite for future times, evoking « The edifice of the universe which, with its infinitely large, its part on the human scale and its infinitely small, rests on the unity of two contrary and complementary charges. » (V. Vasarely)
Electro symphony for emotional machines. Tribute to the 70s (Canterbury scene, synthprog), as well as 80s Sci-Fi film scores. Progwave? Electrofusion? Given the choice, it would be: "CYBERPROG".
Playful counterpoints, unheard harmonies, epic grandeur. The cyclical form of the album (pattern re-use/variations) strengthens unity and gives the variations a semantic, even esoteric value. Classical: Louison's favorite music, timeless, far from human trends and their crass vulgarity.
TRIBUTE TO THE COSMOS
After an introduction presenting the themes to come (Prologue), you'll witness star dances (Galactic Rondo, Stargazing, Galaxian Explosion); A poetization of physical phenomena (Conservation of Energy, Electron-Positron); And the end of Homo Sapiens (Human Epilogue), and of the Universe itself (Big Freeze, Big Rip).