The other Cybotron

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The other Cybotron

Post by mis psiquicios y yo » Sat Jul 18, 2009 8:05 am

Hi, I found this and I liked it, lots of synths, psychodelia, sax solos, hiperactive drums, is amazing, cheers!!

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Re: The other Cybotron

Post by Christopher Winkels » Sat Jul 18, 2009 11:52 pm

I saw another clip by them (I think it was called "Colossus") a few months back. I enjoyed it enough to prompt me to look for their stuff on iTunes, but it's only the newer (and I daresay less interesting) band named Cybotron that was available.

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Post by paugui » Sun Jul 19, 2009 1:11 am

Thanks for the link, their music is indeed pretty amazing.

Do you know if their gear list is available somewhere?

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Post by LucB » Sun Jul 19, 2009 1:38 am

Pretty cool stuff, the drummer looks a little stiff but it's still very interesting to listen and watch.

Thanks for posting the link!

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Re: The other Cybotron

Post by tekkentool » Sun Jul 19, 2009 10:30 am

haha, this is actually kickarse! i'd be interested in their gear as well !

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Post by mis psiquicios y yo » Mon Jul 20, 2009 3:40 am

Christopher Winkels wrote:I saw another clip by them (I think it was called "Colossus") a few months back. I enjoyed it enough to prompt me to look for their stuff on iTunes, but it's only the newer (and I daresay less interesting) band named Cybotron that was available.
Yeah Colossus is a great track too! on a week or so I'm going to this progressive CD store in my city to look for a cd from them, hope to find something.
paugui wrote:Thanks for the link, their music is indeed pretty amazing.

Do you know if their gear list is available somewhere?
No do not know about a list, but I see an Arp 2600, a Univox (korg) something, I believe Hammond drum machines, Space Echoes, etc.

LucB wrote:Pretty cool stuff, the drummer looks a little stiff but it's still very interesting to listen and watch.

Thanks for posting the link!
Youre welcome
tekkentool wrote:haha, this is actually kickarse! i'd be interested in their gear as well !
Maybe Micke would help us on this :D
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Re: The other Cybotron

Post by Kent » Mon Jul 20, 2009 4:36 pm

A lot of that gear is clear visible in the "Colossus" video. Take a peek at that one.

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Re: The other Cybotron

Post by Syn303 » Mon Jul 20, 2009 5:05 pm

Their sound is like a cross between Tangerine Dream/Krautrock and Jazz-rock Fusionists Passport
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