‘Berlin’, New Album Pays Tribute to the Late Mark Shreeve

Berlin – A Tribute Album for Mark Shreeve is a new collection of over 2.5 hours of previously unreleased electronic music tracks, created by sixteen established electronic music bands that, like Shreeve, are known for carrying the torch for the Berlin School style.

Shreeve, who died last year at the age of 65, was part of the first generation of synthesists inspired by the music of Klaus Schulze and Tangerine Dream.  He was prolific as a solo artist, but is probably best known to synthesists for his work in the second-generation Berlin School groups Redshift and Arc.

All artists featured on the album have donated previously unreleased music and, in most cases, their tracks were written specially for this album. The album also features unreleased music from Shreeve, himself.

The accompanying forty-three-page colour booklet includes track/artist information, Shreeve’s career, discography and written tributes from many people who were impacted by his work.

The album is a charity fundraising project, with profits supporting cancer research.

Berlin – A Tribute Album for Mark Shreeve is available now via Bandcamp.

You can preview the album below:

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