The LP Collective Reviews Schiller’s ‘Future’

Critically-acclaimed electronic-pop artist Schiller has release his new album Future, which was released on December 16th. This brand new album marks the ninth studio album from the multi-Gold and Platinum-certified composer Christopher von Deylen. The album has been reviewed by The LP Collective. Check out The LP Collective’s awesome review below, but be sure to head over to for more!

To start off, this album is something that I’ve never heard of before. Producer, Christopher von Deylen, surely blew me away. I wasn’t sure what to expect while entering this review, and I can claim that this is full of talent and creativity. What I enjoy the most is ‘The Future I’, because in my opinion, it’s the best way anyone could’ve introduced an album to their listeners. The female speaking hit me in the heart from her raw and emotional words. I’ve said from day one strictly what she stated, “love more, hate less.” I truly wish we had more artists in America that created such beautiful artwork as this.

As mentioned, it was quite difficult to choose my favorite tracks from ‘Future’. If I could, I’d probably list every song given. They each had a story and that is what music is about. You see, Deylen isn’t like most producers. “Schiller describes the album as a movie soundtrack, taking listeners on a sonic journey through moods, feelings and landscapes. Mixing intoxicating and exciting sounds with timeless intensity, each song on Future has its own cinematic quality to experience.” I’m sure we call can agree after listening that ‘Future’ needs to be on the next ‘Jason Bourne” movie as soon as possible. These presented tracks consist of suspense and quality, which is only fitting for an action-packed movie series like ‘Bourne’.

To close, the song that caught my attention the most was ‘Paradise’. It narrates a fascinating story from beginning to end. The listener may hear the following powerful lyrics: “Dreams are the only way to find a higher place”, “All my life I’ve felt the light changing skies from black to white”, “And now I’m running to paradise”, “There’s nothing left to feel”, and “Ready to free the fall”. The choice of words spoke to me instantly, and I could feel every lyric that passed by. Paradise in this song is described as something that’s obviously a free place full of good vibes and acceptance as it seems.

Schiller’s ‘Future’ is available for physical purchase at music retailers nationwide, on Amazon, and in the OK!Good Records Shop. ‘Future’ is available for digital purchase on Amazon, iTunes, Google Play, and Bandcamp. It is also available to stream on all major streaming platforms including Spotify

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