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Eventuality

by Eric Brook

Uplifting, energetic, and melodic electronic dance music
Genre: Electronic: Progressive Trance
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1. Heaven's Vault
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2. Annwn
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5:46 $1.49
3. Just For You
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6:20 $1.49
4. Shoreline
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6:19 $1.49
5. Where I've Never Been
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5:50 $1.49
6. Noble Steamship Helicopter
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5:45 $1.49
7. Ambassador Throwdown
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8. Sapphire
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Aedian Baker

Imagination Overload
Eric Brook’s Shoreline from his latest album Eventuality took me on an acid trip of pretty little colors. This seven track disk is by far his best work yet. Unlike his Shaking A Building album, each song in Eventuality has its own personality. No two songs sound alike. Eric Brook has matured from his days as DJRJ and it shows in his music. As far as techno music goes, I believe that Eric Brook has surpassed his mark. This album has me exhausted from imagination overload. 5 stars Eric Brook on Eventuality!

Christopher Clark

Eventuality
This is a great album with a variety of different moods that really kept me hooked. I enjoyed the feel of the "Just for you" track especially. There was great use of harmonic stabs that progressed and allowed for intriguing transitions. I definitely could hear this at a trance club or at a breakbeat house party. I think that what makes a good song a great song is if it can take you back in time and make you relive old feelings or emotions. This track definitely did that for me. The album as a whole keeps a high energy but is quite diverse in theme. I'd recommend this to any music lover who wants a fresh new sound.

Darrin Jackson

Rich in Sound and Texture.
This is rich collection of Dynamic Dance Grooves, and Thick Analog sounds. Sonically the album is well mixed with bright highs and warm bass lines. It builds from the Euphoric dance sounds of "Heaven's vault" to the aggressive Bass Lines of "Where I've Never Been". Then you can take flight with"Steamship Helicopter" and its rhythmically diverse pulsating helicopter textures and then throwdown in a royal way with the aggressive and strong groove of "Ambassador Throwdown". A must have for any fan of dance music and a treasure for the DJ who wants a guaranteed groove to liven the party up.

Christopher Clark

Eventuality
This is a great album with a variety of different moods that really kept me hooked. I enjoyed the feel of the "Just for you" track especially. There was great use of harmonic stabs that progressed and allowed for intriguing transitions. I definitely could hear this at a trance club or at a breakbeat house party. I think that what makes a good song a great song is if it can take you back in time and make you relive old feelings or emotions. This track definitely did that for me. The album as a whole keeps a high energy but is quite diverse in theme. I'd recommend this to any music lover who wants a fresh new sound.

Jeremy Hale

Never Knew
I'll be completely honest. I'm not too much into this genre of music. I know little about it. Although I've never actually took the time to sit down and listen to a complete album today I did. And I enjoyed it. This album could and would most definitely move a crowd, or a whole club and keep that environment alive from beginning to end. This album maintains a constant and consistent mood and rhythm throughout each song. It is definitely a mood setter. This album could take me from feeling lazy and tired to waking me right on up. Also I appreciate music of any kind. This also makes me feel more comfortable with Mr. Brook as a Music Theory teacher and as a critique when it comes to my music. I will definitely be on the look out for more work done by this artist.

Zack Bishop

not what I expected
So although I have never enjoyed this type of music, I found that this album is actually better then most the songs I have heard from this genre. Mr. Brook has a lot going on in every track but it isn't a cluster of sound, all the melodies and rhythms have put placed very specifically. With the way that it's been done the songs don't seem too repetitive although that is almost a must for this style. This album could easily stand alongside any of todays techno-pop radio songs and sound way better, and less annoying. Also as in the other reviews, this album should definitely be rotated in clubs...even I would dance to it for fun...and I don't dance.

Rodney Hall

Rod's Review
I was never really a techno or trance type of person that much, but I've always respected the genius level of it's creativity. Enter Eric Brook, the reason I might start liking the genre. The melodic surprises on "Heaven's Vault" flowed with great tension. Then the beautiful chords. It's one of those songs you can listen or dance to, which I think is difficult to do. He sounds like he definitely has his own signature sound as far as progressive trance goes. The drum programming on the intro to "Just For You" kind of reminds me to the throwback days when drum machines were the primary source for music production. This is one of my favorites; memorable harmony and melody with heavy synthesizing abilities; probably his best work. "Shoreline" has colorful chord progressions that are very catchy. This may be his breakout track. I like how the bass lines take charge on "Where I've Never Seen." I love "Sapphire." It has such a motivational sound with great leads. It really takes you to a great atmosphere. It is even great for exercising. I could analyze each track, but I had to make it known that this is a finely-made consistent album. Not too many artists are focused on making a classic. If you like good music, you should give this a try.

Charles Alonzo

Great Musician
I fully applaud all the musical pieces that I listened to from this artist. This music was not only well tracked out but it was well played. In some instance there are variations of heart pumping techno rhythm and there are also more relaxing mind calming music. As Keith commented in his review this is also one of my teachers at Full Sail University, and has proven to be not only an instructor but a friend that helped me understand Music Theory a whole lot better. The most beneficial lesson i learned was chord progression and the whole step half step rule.

Jason Collins

Glow sticks anyone!!!
This album has a lot of life. the transitions and textures that you find in the most popular trance and house song are exhibited in this entire album. Glow Sticks are definitely an accessory that should accompany this album. For the Ravers and the population of european party goers will enjoy the transitions from one track to the next. This is one that you can play and continue the intense energy in any club or party setting. Heavens vault, Shoreline and Where I've never been, in my opinion are the best tracks and can keep a party transitioning from heart pumping to overdrive. Keep it up!!!

Keith A. Garceau

Eric James Brook Eventuality
Electronic Trance Music or “Techno” is not new, but has always be one of those types of music that can evolve with the technological advances in the Music Industry. Eric Brook’s new album EVENTUALITY personifies Tech music to new levels. The first few tracks of his new album capture the attention an electronic “buzz” that the listener will soon be moving and tapping along with. The tempos are rich with various drum and synth accompaniments,following along with the cadences of dance music. Some of the tracks feature haunting melodies and parallel usage of ambient basses to reflect the energy in each piece.
Although Trance may not be my first choice for music appreciation, I, personally, found myself entranced in the vibrance of each measure. Eric is a composer,musician and Instructor at Full Sail University, part of the online Music Theory classes that, yours truly, participated in this past month and found his energy in Instructing to be as vibrant as his music.
All my life, I have had a passion for music and have found that composing is as hard to do as learning a new instrument. Eric’s style and ability to capture the essence of Electronica/Techno in his works, seems almost effortless and natural.
The variety and diversity of each note explores dimensions of sound manipulation throughout each track and the listener feels the need to listen for more. I will be looking forward to even more of his works in the near future. - Keith “MaJik” Garceau Vice President/Executive Producer Ill City Entertainment, Inc
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