In today’s world of music being center of pop culture, many artists follow the same known path whole life, repeating themselves with endless number of faceless albums. However, some explorers want to expand beyond known barriers of music. Auquid is one of them.
Hailing from Kiev, Auquid is project of Ukrainian musician Stanislav Zabielin. He has created over 1000 songs from Jazz to Progressive Metal, House and everything in between them.
Stanislav debuted Auquid in middle of 2013 with his EP “Within”. Showing that there are much to be explored in EDM. Later in 2013 was released debut album “Terra Incognita” - mix of Dubstep and House with Classical music that was well received by EDM lovers.
In 2014, he releases two completely different albums. First of them “Dreaming” was released in May of 2014 and it was exciting journey through house, jazz and finally ambient. Then he released “Anarchy” in December 2014. It was courageous step in world of Progressive Metal with Orchestral and Dubstep elements in it.
2015 began with release of “HighLife” an Auquid’s voyage to the pop music world. Music always will be in motion and Auquid will be too.
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Auquid brings Fan of Electronica and Dance a Collection that adherents of both Genres will likely find a Pleasing Sound. Equally, Listeners who like lyrics will discover a Plethora Vocal Tracks. Further, in my opinion a 1990s EuroPop-Techno Vibe permeates the Album although in a completely different approach Tracks #6.'Choquid' and #7. 'Ascension' have Strong Classical Piano influences. On a very Contemporary Note; Track #9. 'Overkill' brings the Album unquestionably into the 21st Century. Overall, a Diverse and Lively assortment of Songs.
Un morceau de musique électronique positif, qui redonne la pêche et le sourire. Mon préféré par Auquid.
A positive piece of electronic music, which bucks you up and gives back smile on your face. The one from Auquid I prefer.
Aquid gives a Fine Performance of Upbeat, Melodic, Vocal Works ( Tracks #2. Repeat', #3. 'Someday' and #10. 'Time Machine' ) as well as Fully Instrumental Electronica ( Tracks #1. 'Simplex', #5. 'Inner Heroes', #6. 'Saturn', #7. 'Unillax' to name a few ). In my opinion the General Ambiance of the Album is one of Soundtrack-like Electronic Tone Poems as opposed to a Techno-Rave Dance Collection and some of these Songs are very "Computer-esque" such as Track #8. 'Adventure'. While others have a Playful Whimsical Character, Track #9. 'Hiai'. I suggest shake up things and start in the Latter Portion of Album with Track #7. 'Unillax' and let the Beat Carry You where it will... ;)