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Album Review

Alpha Wave Movement's The Edge of Infinity is a wonderfully crafted excursion into the more German side of ambient/space music, a la Tangerine Dream, Ashra, and Klaus Schulze. With The Edge of Infinity Alpha Wave Movement has created a very warm electronic recording. There's nothing cold and clinical about this recording, as there sometimes is with music coming from the German school of electronic music. Instead, Gregory Kyryluk, the gifted composer behind Alpha Wave Movement has created a recording that has the almost organic synthesized feel of a Steve Roach recording while at the same time maintaining an almost down-tempo feel comparable to Grand Tourism or the Chilled Euphoria series of recordings on the U.K.-based Tel-Star label. Fans of Alpha Wave Movement will definitely enjoy this recording, as The Edge of Infinity is fairly representative of the Alpha Wave Movement catalog.

Biography

Formed: 1990 in Jacksonville, FL

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Alpha Wave Movement is the project of Gregory Kyryluk. Alpha Wave Movement began in 1990 when Kyryluk released a track called "Blink of an Eye" for a small AM-radio talk show in Jacksonville, FL. "Blink of an Eye" was rhythmic and melodic, but quite obscure. It was, however, this release that began Alpha Wave Movement and started a string of releases. Between these initial forays into electronic music, Alpha Wave Movement was Gregory Kyryluk's preferred mode of electronic music experimentation. 1994...
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