Signatures I. ft. Zsolt Galántai (2013)

“A merging of instrumental electronic music and prog rock with a touch of metal at times.. all with crazy time signatures” – Bruce Gall, ARFM
“The album has continuity, a strong melodic core, time changes, crunching and then soaring guitars, driving rhythms … this is a collection of tunes that really does have something for everybody” – Paul Baker (ARFM Soundscapes), Classic Rock Society Magazine Issue 194 (March/April 2013)
“Ein sehr unterhaltsames und vielseitiges Werk… Für Freunde des ProgRock ist es ohnehin empfehlenswert.” – Andreas Pawlowski, Schallwende Magazine, May 2013
“Huge, exhilarating, face-melting gobs of prog-fueled joy. Come and get it.” – John Shanahan, Hypnagogue
“… the latest Computerchemist masterpiece!” – Kristian Persson, Tangram’s Music Blog
“Highly recommended!” – Greg Allen, author Klaus Schulze: Electronic Music Legend
“For more adventurous progressive EM fans, hang on to your seats and enjoy the ride.” – Mick Garlick, Sequences Magazine
“Well executed, uplifting, yet laid back Berlin-influenced electronic music, with some Prog and jazz-rock overtones, intricate but tasteful drumming and some very interesting guitar work.” – Cliff Pearson, Progzilla Magazine
“Epische” – Stefan Erbe, empulsiv.de

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Signatures II. ft. Zsolt Galántai (2013)

“A merging of instrumental electronic music and prog rock with a touch of metal at times.. all with crazy time signatures” – Bruce Gall, ARFM
“The album has continuity, a strong melodic core, time changes, crunching and then soaring guitars, driving rhythms … this is a collection of tunes that really does have something for everybody” – Paul Baker (ARFM Soundscapes), Classic Rock Society Magazine Issue 194 (March/April 2013)
“Ein sehr unterhaltsames und vielseitiges Werk… Für Freunde des ProgRock ist es ohnehin empfehlenswert.” – Andreas Pawlowski, Schallwende Magazine, May 2013
“Huge, exhilarating, face-melting gobs of prog-fueled joy. Come and get it.” – John Shanahan, Hypnagogue
“… the latest Computerchemist masterpiece!” – Kristian Persson, Tangram’s Music Blog
“Highly recommended!” – Greg Allen, author Klaus Schulze: Electronic Music Legend
“For more adventurous progressive EM fans, hang on to your seats and enjoy the ride.” – Mick Garlick, Sequences Magazine
“Well executed, uplifting, yet laid back Berlin-influenced electronic music, with some Prog and jazz-rock overtones, intricate but tasteful drumming and some very interesting guitar work.” – Cliff Pearson, Progzilla Magazine
“Epische” – Stefan Erbe, empulsiv.de

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Music for Earthquakes (2011)

“This is music research at its finest, exactly what electronic music should be about.” – TJ Newton
“A fine piece of work… very meditative and minimalist” – Miklós Maros, composer
“Some may say this new tune by Dave could create the type of feeling Eno’s masterpiece was created to change, others might find it has a hauntingly supernatural and spooky vibe” – xpatloop.com review

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