In Search Of Castaways
German electronic music group Nautilus comes back for their third album on Prudence with a changed line-up and a slightly modified sound. While their debut album "Solar Moon" and its success... Read more
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German electronic music group Nautilus comes back for their third album on Prudence with a changed line-up and a slightly modified sound. While their debut album "Solar Moon" and its successor "North Pole Pilgrim" presented a very special blend of electronics, spacy rock and world music, the new album puts more emphasis on the spheric rock in the tradition of Tangerine Dream or Pink Floyd, and less on the ethnic elements. The guitar style of Werner Strätz, strongly influenced by Dave Gilmour and Peter Green, now plays a more dominant role, balancing Martin Ludwig's complex keyboard and synthie work. New member Ralf Weiden congenially adapts to the homogenous sound of the group.
As it has already been the case on "North Pole Pilgrim", two epic compositions ("Time To Turn" and the title track) build the cornerstones of the new album "In Search Of Castaways", nine other tracks are grouped around them. All of these compositions convince with beautiful melodies and well-crafted harmony. Once more Nautilus impressively combine great space rock traditions with the exploration of new sonic territory, making "In Search Of Castaways" a timelessly atttractive record.
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Styles: Ambient Electronic Mind Expanding Music Pop Instrumental Trance