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Album Review

Spacecraft, with their release Cybersphere, has truly gone beyond their previous work and created a disc that is, hands down, their best to date. This incarnation of Spacecraft consists of Tony Gerber, Josie Phelan, Giles Reaves, John Rose, and Diane Timmons. It's as if all of these really talented and gifted artists came together and, for the first time, were really on the same page. Previous Spacecraft work was good, but this is fantastic, unparalleled even. In places it verily reminds one of early- and late-'70s era Pink Floyd: First, there's a bit of Meddle sound, and then there's a bit of The Wall sound to both the chordings and the timbres used. In places, Tony Gerber's guitar sounds a lot like the slight distorted guitar slide stylings of David Gilmour, and the synth sounds a lot like that of Rick Wright. This is a cohesive and well-produced recording that sees these artists at the top of their creative game. This is also an excellent place to start if you're not familiar with the whole of Spacecraft's expansive catalog.

Biography

Formed: 1996

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The improvisational space music trio Spacecraft formed in 1996, when keyboardist/guitarist/artist Tony Gerber and keyboardist/composer John Rose became inspired by image and sound mappings from the space shuttle Voyager. The duo used the data to program new sounds for their synthesizers, and added vocalist/keyboardist Diane Timmons to help complete the project. The group released their self-title debut in 1997, which was released on the Nashville, TN-based Lektronic Soundscapes label. Their next...
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