Kosmicheskoye Tango

Kosmicheskoye Tango is a collaboration between Adrian Earnshaw and myself. If you are a fan of Berlin School (Tangerine Dream, Michael Hoenig, Adelbert Von Deyen, etc.) then you will probably like this album.

Adrian Earnshaw: composer, synths, Cubase10, videos
Benedict Roff-Marsh: composer, synths, mixing, Reason 11

I have known Adrian for a while on & off over the internet for many years. I saw he was looking to work with others and his style is complementary to mine, so I reached out

We tried a track and a few days later “Memories of Cultures” was there. We both liked the experience and results enough to commit to a whole album.

Adrian sent over the initial idea/s and I fleshed them out with more melodies, parts, etc. Once we both felt happy with the track, I mixed what we had which was usually a mixture of sounds from Adrian and myself.

The album title comes from the track name which translated back from Russian to Cosmic Tango. It sounds more exotic in Russian.

Kosmicheskoye Tango
Kosmicheskoye Tango

I made the cover once we had all the tracks and rather than doing the expected Berlin School thing of a spacey photo with titles, I decided to represent the meta-story of how the album was made. It was a “foreign correspondent” feel of Adrian & I sharing our stories through the mail – hence the Russian space stamps & grubby fingerprints.

The music is offered Pay What You Want. We would really appreciate your purchase. If you like the music, please share this page with your friends.

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