One listen to Space Time and you can definitely get the sense that Swiss keyboardist Serge Bradacs has been greatly influenced by electronic pioneers Tangerine Dream and Jean-Michel Jarre. Space Time, which is out now on the Musea imprint Dreaming, is made up of a single, six movement, instrumental composition entitled "Space And Time" which in addition to highlighting his penchant for utilizing an assortment of vintage sounding keyboards, also demonstrates his strengths as a songwriter as well.
The music is very relaxing and easy to get into as Bradacs immediately draws the listener into his wonderfully warm and tranquil, analogue environment via a lush array of spacey sounding synth washes and sparse electronic percussion. There are slight variations in the arrangements from movement to movement, with some reoccurring themes popping up every now and then, but the way the music is tied together and how it flows effortlessly from one part to another is absolutely magical.
If you like early to mid 70's Tangerine Dream, Klaus Schultze and Jean Michel Jarre then Serge Bradacs' Space Time should be a welcome addition to your collection.
1) Space And Time - Part One (5:14)
2) Space And Time - Part Two (3:17)
3) Space And Time - Part Three (8:00)
4) Space And Time - Part Four (5:19)
5) Space And Time - Part Five (6:28)
6) Space And Time - Part Six (6:42)