If two years ago you read the review I did of the first Novocibirsk volume of "Télévision 1945" (available here https://www.chaindlk.com/reviews/10917) you can imagine what this volume two could sound like because ProductionB is bringing us five "new" tracks picked up from the archive of music that Hervé Isar recorded from 1982 to 1993. If you didn't read my review and you are too lazy to do it now, I can tell you that Novocibirsk's music is inspired by the best artist of the electronic Berlin school of the 70s of the twentieth century (Klaus Schulze, Tangerine Dream, Popol Vuh, etc) and by the French experimenters which were recording their sound gathering under the wing of the Groupe de Recherches Musicales (people like Pierre Schaeffer, Bernard Parmegiani, Pierre Henry, Daniel Teruggi, Jean-Michel Jarre, etc). The people at ProductionB this time choose to present: two long suites which are based on sequenced lines enriched by sound effects, sounding like a perfect blend of French and Berlin school ("Baïkal Depths" and "Nuclear Propagation"), a short one where the vocoder is king, sounding like a robot which is about to rule the earth ("Die Sonne Über Novocibirsk") and the last one titled "Anfang Als Ende", which is the first one having a drum machine, where a slow bass line arpeggio is enriched by improvised synth melodies and waves. Somehow, I have the feeling to be listening to a classic electronic record which has also experimentations which are 100% Hervé Isar. This is a really nice release.