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  1. Artist: Enichkin Album: In Memory Of Love Label: Avatar Records Url: www.avatar-music.com Style: Dark Psytrance Store.Date: Jun-04-2009 Rls.Date: Jun-05-2009 Catalogue: AVA054 Release Notes: Moscow based eniChkin is back with his sizzling hot 2nd new and exciting album 'In Memory Of Love'. The album was produced by no other than Goa Gil, and features 10 new and unreleased abalones. This is pure top quality IDM, the distinctive eniChkin style with the touch of the magical 60s.. Tracklist: 01. Enichkin - Spring Interpretation 02. Enichkin - Life Extension 03. Enichkin - Elementary Particles 04. Enichkin - Free Now 05. Enichkin - Mescalito Dance 06. Enichkin - Twilight Zone 07. Enichkin - Beyond The Shadow Of Doubt 08. Enichkin - In Memory Of Love 09. Enichkin - Memories 10. Enichkin - Transient
  2. Artist.....: Chronos & C.J. Catalizer Album......: Quid Est Veritas? Genre......: Ambient Style......: Melodic Downtempo, Chill out, Ethnic Label......: Ajana Records CatalogNr..: AJACD011 Url........: http://www.ajana-records.com/ Rel.date...: 19.06.2009 Str.date...: 12.06.2009 ______________________________________________________________________________ Tracklist 01. Chronos - The Call 02:53 02. C.J. Catalizer & Chronos - 4 A.M. 08:02 03. Chronos - Ice Hearts Age 05:25 04. Chronos - Unknown Civilizations 06:19 05. C.J. Catalizer & Chronos - Spiral Clouds (Kumharas edit) 10:11 06. C.J. Catalizer & Chronos - Voice Of Infinity 06:34 07. C.J. Catalizer & Chronos - Crystalic Sea 08:49 08. C.J. Catalizer & Chronos - Sounds Of The World 06:08 09. C.J. Catalizer & Chronos - Across The Univers (Album edit 2009) 09:16 10. Chronos - Sky Path (Zero Cult rmx) 07:38 11. Chronos - Quid Est Veritas? 02:41 Total Time: 73:56 ______________________________________________________________________________ When Chronos met C.J. Catlizer they asked themselves 'What is Truthfulness?' In 2007 and 2008 Nick Klimenko and Dimitriy Neschadim formed a duo and composed an album with ambient, ethnic influences and chillout trance vibrations. 'Quid est Veritas?' is the musical outcome of an intensive cooperation, 11 tracks build upon etnic rythyms and influences of ancient cultures. Their inspiration is coming from traveling, meditation and sacral and esoterical ideas.Music and people are combined in one source of vision and slogan - 'Music for the awakening consciousness' Chronos is usually portrayed through an old, wise man with a long, gray beard, such as 'Father Time.' 'Quid est Veritas?' is a musical journey through eternal time with strong vibes. Morpheus review: STYLE Melodic downtempo trance and chillout instrumentals with global enhancements. Quid Est Veritas is a deliciously smooth album of ethno-electronica - the rich sonic palette maintaining a liquid-silky polish from start to finish. The synth work here is especially fine; delicate melodic phrases rise out of bubbling sequencer cycles and airy pads often with striking beauty and with an almost constant sense of bliss. The largely programmed beats fuse naturally in places with international grooves and hand drumming; arpeggiated basses, chime patterns and burbling synths rippling in rhythmic accord. The most evident world sounds across the album are vocal: meditative Indian utterances and lively drum talk; female wails and soaring operatics; brooding monk chants, spoken voices and transmission fragments. The other primary organic sound being the flute - a variety of lush breathy phrases and brief touches from different continents and cultures bringing a heady mystique or wistful colour. Field recordings are also utilised in places to powerful effect - passing footfalls, environmental sounds and locational cues. MOOD The unhurried ambient build ups on many tracks give Quid Est Veritas a lush textural feel, where the colours are deep and saturated, the atmospheres dense and sweeping. There is frequently a gorgeous airiness about the album - a feeling of gliding high in the stratosphere, a weightless sense of effortless movement - this uplifting effect creates an ongoing sense of well being and introspection. The lightness of some of the beats cooperates with the delicacy of the music at times to form some very relaxing passages. There is a strong dramatic content here too though - darker drones and mysterious effects building at times into hypnotic gloom. This sense of esoteric wonder recurrs often, the opening track establishing a brooding, nocturnal, tribal mood before a drifting voice-over rolls in presenting thoughts on the Chronos identity. The final title composition is an excellent conclusion - a plaintive piano rises from an urban soundscape - deft fingering painting a melancholy full stop. ARTWORK Quid Est Veritas arrives as a rather luxurious jewelcase package. The generous artwork is visually stunning and tastefully laid out. The front cover image is first and foremost a sky portrait - beautiful metallic blues with scudding clouds gradually heat up into molten reds and oranges as the scene meets the horizon - foreground detail blackened into silhouette. Broad horizontal borders letterbox the image and hold the titles. The rear cover provides a tracklist against a misty starscape - each piece is listed with conception and musical credits. Inside is a twelve page booklet arranged so that each page represents a different track - stirring photographic visuals and a line or two of inspirational text on every page. Behind the disc itself is a section for thanks and website/contact information. OVERALL This is the second full Chronos album among a plethora of compilation appearances; follow-up to the 2007 release Step To Great Knowledge. It is also the second from C J Catalizer coming after the SHUM records release Across The Universe from 2006. Nick Klimenko in collaboration with Dimitry Neschadim here shows why these guys are among their country's most respected donwtempo trance artists. Klimenko, otherwise known as DJ Shankar, Hologram & Secret Trick is the prime owner of the Chronos project with C J Catalizer joining just for the current album before going their separate ways once more. The album is released via the increasingly well-respected Ajana label and contains eleven pieces with no sign of 'filler' material anywhere. WHO WILL LIKE THIS ALBUM This is an album for lovers of quality downtempo that appreciate well thought out global elements woven into the mix. If you enjoy Asura, Aes Dana or European trance at a low bpm then this is definitely an album to explore this year. The Ajana Records website provides samples of all tracks as well as a free download if you'd like to explore further. Mastering by Huby Sea @ Ultimae Studios http://www.myspace.com/ajanarecords http://www.myspace.com/chronosproject http://www.myspace.com/cjcatalizer
  3. Artist.....: Chronos & C.J. Catalizer Album......: Quid Est Veritas? Genre......: Ambient Style......: Melodic Downtempo, Chill out, Ethnic Label......: Ajana Records CatalogNr..: AJACD011 Url........: http://www.ajana-records.com/ Rel.date...: 19.06.2009 Str.date...: 12.06.2009 ______________________________________________________________________________ Tracklist 01. Chronos - The Call 02:53 02. C.J. Catalizer & Chronos - 4 A.M. 08:02 03. Chronos - Ice Hearts Age 05:25 04. Chronos - Unknown Civilizations 06:19 05. C.J. Catalizer & Chronos - Spiral Clouds (Kumharas edit) 10:11 06. C.J. Catalizer & Chronos - Voice Of Infinity 06:34 07. C.J. Catalizer & Chronos - Crystalic Sea 08:49 08. C.J. Catalizer & Chronos - Sounds Of The World 06:08 09. C.J. Catalizer & Chronos - Across The Univers (Album edit 2009) 09:16 10. Chronos - Sky Path (Zero Cult rmx) 07:38 11. Chronos - Quid Est Veritas? 02:41 Total Time: 73:56 ______________________________________________________________________________ When Chronos met C.J. Catlizer they asked themselves 'What is Truthfulness?' In 2007 and 2008 Nick Klimenko and Dimitriy Neschadim formed a duo and composed an album with ambient, ethnic influences and chillout trance vibrations. 'Quid est Veritas?' is the musical outcome of an intensive cooperation, 11 tracks build upon etnic rythyms and influences of ancient cultures. Their inspiration is coming from traveling, meditation and sacral and esoterical ideas.Music and people are combined in one source of vision and slogan - 'Music for the awakening consciousness' Chronos is usually portrayed through an old, wise man with a long, gray beard, such as 'Father Time.' 'Quid est Veritas?' is a musical journey through eternal time with strong vibes. Morpheus review: STYLE Melodic downtempo trance and chillout instrumentals with global enhancements. Quid Est Veritas is a deliciously smooth album of ethno-electronica - the rich sonic palette maintaining a liquid-silky polish from start to finish. The synth work here is especially fine; delicate melodic phrases rise out of bubbling sequencer cycles and airy pads often with striking beauty and with an almost constant sense of bliss. The largely programmed beats fuse naturally in places with international grooves and hand drumming; arpeggiated basses, chime patterns and burbling synths rippling in rhythmic accord. The most evident world sounds across the album are vocal: meditative Indian utterances and lively drum talk; female wails and soaring operatics; brooding monk chants, spoken voices and transmission fragments. The other primary organic sound being the flute - a variety of lush breathy phrases and brief touches from different continents and cultures bringing a heady mystique or wistful colour. Field recordings are also utilised in places to powerful effect - passing footfalls, environmental sounds and locational cues. MOOD The unhurried ambient build ups on many tracks give Quid Est Veritas a lush textural feel, where the colours are deep and saturated, the atmospheres dense and sweeping. There is frequently a gorgeous airiness about the album - a feeling of gliding high in the stratosphere, a weightless sense of effortless movement - this uplifting effect creates an ongoing sense of well being and introspection. The lightness of some of the beats cooperates with the delicacy of the music at times to form some very relaxing passages. There is a strong dramatic content here too though - darker drones and mysterious effects building at times into hypnotic gloom. This sense of esoteric wonder recurrs often, the opening track establishing a brooding, nocturnal, tribal mood before a drifting voice-over rolls in presenting thoughts on the Chronos identity. The final title composition is an excellent conclusion - a plaintive piano rises from an urban soundscape - deft fingering painting a melancholy full stop. ARTWORK Quid Est Veritas arrives as a rather luxurious jewelcase package. The generous artwork is visually stunning and tastefully laid out. The front cover image is first and foremost a sky portrait - beautiful metallic blues with scudding clouds gradually heat up into molten reds and oranges as the scene meets the horizon - foreground detail blackened into silhouette. Broad horizontal borders letterbox the image and hold the titles. The rear cover provides a tracklist against a misty starscape - each piece is listed with conception and musical credits. Inside is a twelve page booklet arranged so that each page represents a different track - stirring photographic visuals and a line or two of inspirational text on every page. Behind the disc itself is a section for thanks and website/contact information. OVERALL This is the second full Chronos album among a plethora of compilation appearances; follow-up to the 2007 release Step To Great Knowledge. It is also the second from C J Catalizer coming after the SHUM records release Across The Universe from 2006. Nick Klimenko in collaboration with Dimitry Neschadim here shows why these guys are among their country's most respected donwtempo trance artists. Klimenko, otherwise known as DJ Shankar, Hologram & Secret Trick is the prime owner of the Chronos project with C J Catalizer joining just for the current album before going their separate ways once more. The album is released via the increasingly well-respected Ajana label and contains eleven pieces with no sign of 'filler' material anywhere. WHO WILL LIKE THIS ALBUM This is an album for lovers of quality downtempo that appreciate well thought out global elements woven into the mix. If you enjoy Asura, Aes Dana or European trance at a low bpm then this is definitely an album to explore this year. The Ajana Records website provides samples of all tracks as well as a free download if you'd like to explore further. Mastering by Huby Sea @ Ultimae Studios http://www.myspace.com/ajanarecords http://www.myspace.com/chronosproject http://www.myspace.com/cjcatalizer
  4. Style: Dark psytrance Label: No Comment Records Catalog: NCRCD002 Year: 2009 Tracklist: 1. INTRO 2. Kopenhagen 3. Squadazm 4. Essentuki 5. Mr. S 6. Kamni 7. Nahpoh 8. Piter 26 9. Lizerd 23 10. Cycle No Comment Records is a new independent label based in Warsaw/Poland. After two long years of waiting here it comes, the 4th album of one of the best projects on scene - CPC himself! New sound of CPC is different than everything you have heard so far. It brings you to the places you've never imagined that might exist. Following the best oldschool traditions it is presenting the spirit of music poetry. Aim of this project is a wide promotion of psychedelic culture and it's creative representatives with their innovate conceptions. Founders of this project will focus on two independent streams: dark and full power, avoiding the mainstream. Psychedelic masterpiece for mind travelers.
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    Z Lisu - Irukanji

    Artist.....: Irukanji Album......: Z Lisu Genre......: Ambient Label......: Sentimony Records Catalogue..: SENCD006 Url........: http://www.sentimony.com/ Store.Date.: Feb-00-2009 Rls.Date...: Mar-28-2009 Tracks.....: 10 Playtime...: 68:38 min 01. Irukanji - Onset (In) [04:02] 02. Irukanji - Swamp [07:07] 03. Irukanji - Recapture The Past [05:35] 04. Irukanji - Return Home [08:44] 05. Irukanji - Hybrid Seven [06:50] 06. Irukanji - Nymphosis [08:04] 07. Irukanji - On One Wave [07:49] 08. Irukanji - Forest Speakers [08:39] 09. Sphingida - Crystal Silence [04:08] 10. Irukanji Vs.Neirula - End (Out) [07:40] "Z Lisu" is the debut album of Irukanji project. Behind this name is standing talented musician and charismatic dj – Igor Orlovskiy, member of duet from Ukraine Sphingida (2003 - 2008). Also Igor Orlovskiy is known as co-founder of experimental chill-out label Sentimony. Created in 2008 Irukanji combined all experimental ideas and fresh twisted downtempo style. Irukanji is breaking all rules and standing beyond the scope. In his tracks you will here crazy conversion between pure psychedelic downbeats and mysterious tales.
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    Psykovsky - Da Budet

    Artist........ Psykovsky Album......... Da Budet Genre......... Psychedelic Label......... Tantrum Records Hyperlink..... http://www.tantrumrecords.org/ Catalog....... TANCD007 Store.Date.... 2009-01 Release.Date.. 2009-01-16 Playtime...... 78:36 min Da Budet is the second album composed by Psykovsky... ...and is a momentous sequel to the Debut album. Da Budet embodies the essence of the unique Psykovsky style and captures the artist's musical evolution. Formless acoustics set against rhythms, classical contexts and tempos that evolve and ascend.all contribute to awesome soundscapes that create vivid images.
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