“In order to actually attain enlightenment, it is necessary to climb all the stages of development.
It is the entire process of awakening that culminates in the enlightenment of the seventh stage
In other words: light is freedom, energizer, redemption, hope and joy. With the new concept album of the primal Rock of Electronic Music Robert Schroeder wants to deliver exactly that. “Into The Light” is the 45th solo album of the former pupil of EM pioneer Klaus Schulze and celebrated great international recognition with his debut album “Harmonic Ascendant” in 1979.
Schroeder is known for his varied albums. “Into The Light” provides tension and relaxation. The principle of the so-called Berlin School also forms the basis of this album – electronic synthesizer sounds, sequences, captivating atmospheres, surprising effect sounds and sensitive, emotional synthesizer melodies. The seven tracks on “Into The Light” fill a total playing time of over 57 min. and can be enjoyed especially well on headphone.
The new album is released by the Essen-based electronic label Spheric Music. By the way, this is already the 28th album released on Spheric Music by Lambert Ringlage since 2005. Music the way you like it.
- Into The Light 12:32
- Transition To Freedom 5:44
- Traffic Beach 10:43
- Out Of The Dark 7:22
- The Sence Of Dreamin 6:20
- Enlightment 6:36
- Solar Flares 8:08
The artist shared a short video film to present his music, watch it through the youTube player below:
This video film was produced as a trailer to present the German EM artist Robert Schroeder.
Stages of the German EM artist Robert Schroeder
The German EM artist Robert Schroeder was discovered and promoted by EM pioneer Klaus Schulze in 1978. Schroeder‘s debut album appeared in 1979 under the title “Harmonic Ascendant” as the first release of Klaus Schuze‘s IC label.
Out of financial necessity, Robert designed and built his first synthesizers himself from 1975 to 1980. With it he also made his first recordings of spherical Electronic Music, which Klaus Schulze got to hear. Schulze was enthusiastic and at that time (1979) he was looking for artists to start his music label “IC” (Innovative Communication).
Due to Klaus Schulze‘s fame at that time and an extraordinary debut album by Robert Schroeder, this album gained worldwide recognition and is still considered a classic among electronic albums.
From then on it went blow by blow with Robert‘s successes. He released a new album every year, which often had quite different characteristics.
Schroeder is known for his varied albums. His music provides excitement and relaxation. The principle of the so-called “Berlin School” usually forms the basis – electronic synthesizer sounds, sequences, captivating atmospheres, surprising effect sounds and sensitive, emotional synthesizer melodies.
The video film shows some important steps in the development of the sound artist from Aachen.Good entertainment.