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BOOM! RECORDS presents FRACTAL GLIDER "Eclectic Ecliptic" Digital EP, OUT NOW! GET YOUR COPY HERE: http://www.beatport.com/release/eclectic-ecliptic/1328719 Paul McCosh (Melbourne, Australia) began his career under the stage name Fractal Glider. Fractal Glider was noted for his original high energy sound, and for being representative of the Melbourne psychedelic/trance scene. He appeared mainly in Australia (including the Earthcore electronic music festival), Japan and New Zealand, but also participated in parties and festivals in Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland, the Netherlands, France and Belgium. Fractal Glider began composing trance music in 1995, prior to which he worked as a sound engineer. He released two albums. His debut album, Parasite, was released on BooM! Records (Netherlands). His second and last album, Digital Mandala featured several new tracks and a remix of "Mezmorized". To promote this album Fractal Glider went on an international tour through Japan, France, Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Portugal, Hungary and Austria in 2003. Fractal Glider has also released singles on 14 compilations on different labels worldwide. After a couple of years of silence he's finally back! The silence was broken with his live appearance at the Eclipse 2012 Festival in Queensland, Australia. Now he has produced a brand new three track ep on BooM! Records with a new album to follow. The news of the comeback of Australian master producer Fractal Glider eclipsed the news of BooM! Records’s return. A three track ep containing fresh psychedelic Fractal sound. High in energy, pumping basslines, sweet melodies. Tracks to rock the dancefloor! For more Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/489166254562045/ Samples here: https://soundcloud.com/boom-records/sets/fractalglider-eclecticecliptic Tracklisting 1. Down Under & Dirty 2. Paradigm 3. Twin Peaks Fractal Glider Networks: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Fractal-Glider Soundcloud: http://www.soundcloud.com/fractalglider Boom! Records Networks: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/boomrecs Website: https://www.boomrecords.com/ Sound Cloud: https://soundcloud.com/boom-records Reverbnation: https://www.reverbnation.com/label/boomrecords Twitter: https://twitter.com/boomrecordsnl You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheBoomRecordsNL Party Flock: https://partyflock.nl/label/5:BooM-Records Discogs: https://www.discogs.com/label/6355-BooM%21-Records Linkendin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/boom-records
BOOM! RECORDS presents SUPERGROOVER "42" Digital EP OUT NOW! GET YOUR COPY HERE: http://www.beatport.com/release/42/1328590 Supergroover is a progressive psytrance project by Raoul Koning from Amsterdam, the Netherlands. With this EP BooM! Records bring you four fresh tracks. These tracks are not the answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe and everything. Indeed, they are the key to rock the dancefloors and kick up some dust! Atmospheric tracks with full basslines, trippy effects and a little pinch of salt. Psychedelic sounds, infaded by dubby delays and lush soundeffects. All this and more to speed up your dancing moves and make all 8 bit boys and girls smile! Supergroover started in 2002 with some local underground parties but soon expanded to other sides of the world. Furthermore he has played on many festivals and in many countries like Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Mexico, Guatemala and Bolivia. His dj sets are dynamic, not preplanned and with a funky progressive touch.For a few years he has been producing progressive psytrance as well. Making up a nice mixture of atmospheric sounds with an active underlayer of kick & bass, topped with acid influenced sounds and melodies. Supergroover project focuses on spacious progressive psychedelic trance, laced with acid drenched leads. He has released material on IONO Music, Freakuency Records, Bleep Bizarre Records and now BooM! Records. Around 1997 he was drawn to the psytrance scene by the parties organised by Matt and Remko from BooM! Records. So releasing an EP with BooM! 15 years later brings back some nice memories! For More Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/643561695719693/ Samples here: https://soundcloud.com/boom-records/sets/supergroover-42 Tracklisting 1. Bad Robot 2. Marshmallows 3. The Infaders 4. Triplets Are Hip Now Supergroover Networks: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/djsupergroover Soundcloud: http://www.soundcloud.com/supergroover Boom! Records Networks: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/boomrecs Website: https://www.boomrecords.com/ Sound Cloud: https://soundcloud.com/boom-records Reverbnation: https://www.reverbnation.com/label/boomrecords Twitter: https://twitter.com/boomrecordsnl You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheBoomRecordsNL Party Flock: https://partyflock.nl/label/5:BooM-Records Discogs: https://www.discogs.com/label/6355-BooM%21-Records Linkendin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/boom-records
Artist: Braincell Title: 5th Album Label: BooM! Records Date: December, 2013 1. Earthlinked 2. Clash Of Power 3. Distorted Energy 4. Melting Point 5. Circles 6. Tricky Trippy 7. Space Union 8. New Cycle 9. Waverider 10. Setting Things Free With his 5th album Ralph Knobloch decided save all of his creativity for the music, essentially telling the title of the album to go f*ck itself. Which I guess is the way to go. Would rather have a brilliant album and a generic title than a really imaginative one with a sh*t sandwich on the inside. Getting to the music I have gone back and forth with this release having written two reviews. I know what you're thinking... Don't you have a life? Yes I do, but music is a big part of it and I want to get it right. If you compare this to his first three albums (not coincidentally the ones released by Glowing Flame Records) this continues the trend of Intelligent Being where the melodies are pared down and less prevalent than those earlier albums. It's thumping psy with electric energy for sure. The sound is very visceral and liquid with the feel that is distinctly Braincell. When he does unfurl the melodies the taste of goa isn't far behind. However when I gave it a go the first few times it didn't grab me. The album doesn't have any tracks that stand out or are stellar. That said, this is one of those where repeated listens have put me in his Imax and now I see it all. It's a solid release that while not nearly as brilliant as Transformation of Reality it's still one I am happy to have in my collection. Psyshop Beatspace Mdk