RVDS
Moods & Dances 2021

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why we love this

A collection of fun and playful synth jam that sprung from the mind of Hamburg-based musician RVDS. Exciting and wonderful.

about the record

Inspired by the otherworldly exotica and imaginative electronics of library music's golden age, Richard von der Schulenberg conjures palm trees and pyramids, promenades and portals, all observed from the heart of a Holodeck. Seven of nine tracks are named after the equipment used to create them, offering an additional journey through the patch bay-mayhem of the RVDS home studio, and paying homage to the tonal nuance among his collection.

Now whether he's atop Mt. Acid with a molten 303, caressing tender Fender keys through an improvised jazz set or live scoring some stage-based theatrics, Richard's music always offers an immersive experience, but perhaps never more directly than this latest opus. Though library inspired, and undoubtedly indebted to the hardware in action, this intriguing intergalactic trip is more passionate than a pastiche; playful, poetic and enigmatic in true RVDS fashion.

  1. 1 - Mrs Yamahas Summer Tune 3:41
  2. 2 - Caravan Of The Pentamatics 4:27
  3. 3 - Flowers For The Farfisa Sphinx 5:14
  4. 4 - Roland's Night Walk 6:14
  5. 5 - DX7's Broken Heart 2:07
  6. 6 - Dance Of The Space Pentax 6:03
  7. 7 - Wersimatic Space Bar 4:26
  8. 8 - Planet Dragon 5:02
  9. 9 - The End (la la) 6:19

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RVDS
Moods & Dances 2021

24,00

only 3 left

  1. 1 - Mrs Yamahas Summer Tune 3:41
  2. 2 - Caravan Of The Pentamatics 4:27
  3. 3 - Flowers For The Farfisa Sphinx 5:14
  4. 4 - Roland's Night Walk 6:14
  5. 5 - DX7's Broken Heart 2:07
  6. 6 - Dance Of The Space Pentax 6:03
  7. 7 - Wersimatic Space Bar 4:26
  8. 8 - Planet Dragon 5:02
  9. 9 - The End (la la) 6:19

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why we love this

A collection of fun and playful synth jam that sprung from the mind of Hamburg-based musician RVDS. Exciting and wonderful.

about the record

Inspired by the otherworldly exotica and imaginative electronics of library music's golden age, Richard von der Schulenberg conjures palm trees and pyramids, promenades and portals, all observed from the heart of a Holodeck. Seven of nine tracks are named after the equipment used to create them, offering an additional journey through the patch bay-mayhem of the RVDS home studio, and paying homage to the tonal nuance among his collection.

Now whether he's atop Mt. Acid with a molten 303, caressing tender Fender keys through an improvised jazz set or live scoring some stage-based theatrics, Richard's music always offers an immersive experience, but perhaps never more directly than this latest opus. Though library inspired, and undoubtedly indebted to the hardware in action, this intriguing intergalactic trip is more passionate than a pastiche; playful, poetic and enigmatic in true RVDS fashion.