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Devery Harper is relatively new on the contemporary instrumental music scene and Squaring the Circle is his sophomore release. It’s particularly well-recorded and the electronic keyboard music on it caught my attention as soon as I started playing it. The CD has the same self-assuredness and polish I heard on Australis’ first release, Lifegiving...Harper’s keyboards are among the best I’ve ever heard. Just as I said about the artwork, this guy could teach a thing or two to lots of “bigger” names...Squaring the Circle cements the arrival of yet another of the “new breed” of electronic keyboard artists (besides the aforementioned Australis, others would include Catherine Duc, Marshall Styler, Harrison Edwards and Michael Stribling). As I’ve stated before, these folks are resurrecting the heydays of the Narada and Higher Octave labels. Each is craving out his/her own little micro-niche but together they prove that melodic electronic music (whether new age, chill-out, or ambient in feel) is alive and kicking. Devery Harper slides into place amongst the other named players above and, in fact, may already be ahead of the curve. This is a very strong musical statement from an artist who, I hope, graces us with another one soon. Strongly recommended.
--Bill Binkelman, New Age Reporter
In what can be described as electronica meets new age, with dashes of R&B on "A New Beginning," and folk-rock guitars on "Liberation," Squaring The Circle is filled with soothing rhythms. There are times during the album that can overtake you, such as songs like the pulsating "Inviting Confusion," but in a moment's notice the album can take you to the beauty of a sunset, on "The Rising And Setting Of The Sun." Harper's use of classical instruments definitely shines through. . .
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