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Amplitude Problem injects heart into electro jazz on new album
(Published: July 13, 2017)

The fluid elegance of Juan Irming's keyboards can generate an otherworldly vibe, especially on "It's Nothing." Swirling synthesizers light up the air, illuminating the darkness. Irming's can have that effect on his striking latest effort, The Frequency Modulators Orchestra, Vol. 1.

Released under the name Amplitude Problem, the album is a exhilarating blast of jazz fusion, synth-pop, and electro funk. With influences that range from Herbie Hancock to Depeche Mode, Irming keeps the record humming with a retro futuristic glow.

On "Ghosts in My Medicine Cabinet," Irming echoes the upbeat, infectious computerized hooks of '80s video games. The sleek keyboards are melodic and funky, blissfully nostalgic yet reminding listeners that, in the '80s, this is what music was supposed to sound like now. Imagine Kraftwerk composing a theme for an Atari 2600 cartridge.

Despite all the tech, Irming manages to keep the music warm and not at all detached. In fact, "Keep Up With Me" is downright soulful with lush, propulsive synthesizers that caress both the ears and the heart.

More Information: http://amplitudeproblem.com


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