At the time where digital and software synths are invading the studio recordings and basements of EM composers, the analog gear is quietly resurfacing. Sculptor of sound and musical textures, the Polish synthesist Tomasz Pauszek decided to pay tribute to the cradle of his influences by composing an album completely conceived analog equipments. Music for Subway (Symphony for Analogues) is a long electronic symphony which lies on 20 paintings divided in 2 acts.
Odyssey plunges the auditor into a surprising sound immersion of a musical universe that has no borders and where the cosmic ambiences embrace some fine rhythms pushed by oscillations with sophisticated curves. Even if the influences of Tomasz Pauszek go from Tangerine Dream to Klaus Schulze, while passing by Mike Oldfield and Kitaro, Music for Subway (Symphony for Analogues) is drawn from Jean Michel Jarre's electronic-galactic ponds with all the sound fauna of the Milky Ways painted by Vangelis.