Tangerine Dream announce new album, 'Raum'

Tangerine Dream announce new album, 'Raum'

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Tangerine Dream are releasing a new album, ‘Raum’.

The album is the group’s second since the death of founding member Edgar Froese in 2015, and while working on the record, the German group had full access to his archives from the years 1977 to 2013.

The new album sees members Thorsten Quaeschning, Hoshiko Yamane and Paul Frick draw from Froese’s various Cubase arrangements and Otari tapes.

While the album will be released via Kscope on 25th February, 2022, the group are also scheduled to head out on a UK tour that same month, called ‘From Virgin To The Quantum Years’.

You can watch a video for a truncated version of the album’s title track below.

Read DJ Mag’s 2019 feature on how Tangerine Dream’s classic album ‘Phaedra’ set the template for ambient electronics here. 

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