2 Unseen Hands 6:06
3 Finger on the Pulse 9:43
4 A Righteous Thing 6:33
5 Primary Phase 9:42
6 Spiral Revelation 19:50
Total Time 63:03
11-28-2017 Spiral Revelation receives a Grammy Nomination for “Best New Age Album.”
John Diliberto (of Echoes Radio) writes: “Spiral Revelation stands out as a true, mind-tripping, trance inducing album. (It’s) a quintessential example of Roach’s sequencer driven oeuvre”
The sound of life, interconnected and unfurling
The spiral – a visual symbol of eternity – is a recurring metaphoric theme in Steve Roach’s pioneering electronic work. Interpreted into musical form, these six spiraling sonic experiences offer a living activation that connects with a sense of the infinite. Roach’s long history and love of analog sequencer-based styles reveal a continuing, evolving awakening within Spiral Revelation’s 63 minutes. Using only analog and hardware instruments to focus the mind’s ear upon a filigree of intricate patterns woven with a direct hands-on approach, the artist sculpts and caresses sound into being in real time. An emotional through-line brings life to these pieces as the unfurling of time’s windings connects to the vivid present, life-affirming and illuminated. A masterful expression of an artist who has infused his soul into the art form of electronic music.
Steve Roach : Spiral options
An excerpt from a review at Prog Archives
Spiral Revelation is constantly lively, and, like its colourful cover art, full of a pulsing energy, often in the form of heavy rhythmic-driven compositions. This collection provides endless movement and momentum but crucially doesn’t skimp on the most minute of ambient intelligence constantly coating the background to give it a delicate richness, and it proves instantly that ambient albums can still be full of life and vitality.
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Release date: January 30 2017