(converted from French)
Inspired by the early works of Jean-Michel Jarre, the artist of the north-east of France has been integrating for some years the influence of Klaus Schulze. He built a work which ravished the amateurs of the two currents. Elaborate harmonies, interlaced sequences and constructed in multiple strata, songs and solos that expose themselves to ecstasy.
Sowerby & Luff is a podcast I listened to some years ago.
I mentioned this to a co-worker and the result was being mentioned
on their show. Here is an extract from Episode 37 from October 2009
where I am mentioned….