Electronic music pioneer Klaus Schulze has released a new album, Silhouettes, his first album of new music in 5 years.
“In the wake of your 70th birthday, you naturally find yourself looking back at the past,” notes Schulze. “So the result is a reorientation, a renewed awareness of what is really important.”
With his new album, Schulze says that he has tried to reduce his music to its essential elements.
“No great distractions, nothing to force your attention in a certain direction, no major effects or gimmicks, no frills or dominant rhythms,” he explains. “It was important to me to paint the pictures in the depth of the space, the sonic fields of tension and atmosphere.”
You can preview Silhouettes below:
- Der lange Blick zurück
- Quae simplex
- Châteaux faits des vent
Silhouettes is available now via Amazon and other retailers and on major streaming platforms.