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Artist: Arronax Title: Crossing The Rubicon Label: Neogoa Date: July, 2014 01 - The Beginning Of Our Journey (144 BPM) 02 - Reaching Exosphere (142 BPM) 03 - The Holtzman Effect (142 BPM) 04 - Dreams Of Planet Earth (143 BPM) 05 - Crossing The Rubicon (143 BPM) 06 - Lightning Bolt (144 BPM) 07 - Crawlers' Pathway (142 BPM) 08 - Point Of No Return (120 BPM) I'm sorry with any other actor this would come across as fierce determination. A real let's get down to business situation. But with Macauly...I mean, it just looks like he's giving a very large man a handjob. And look at him...he looks disinterested like he's done this a million times. Where was I? Crossing the Rubicon. Passing the point of no return. There's no going back. These are all phrases you might hear yourself saying if you you find yourself at Taco Bell at two in the morning. Elmo knows. Sometimes you gotta rock that sh*t out. Did you pay attention to that gif? He's actually rocking one out at 142 bpm. Time it, that's some funny sh*t right there. I just watched that for 8 minutes. But let me be clear...Nothing good happens at Taco Bell at two in the morning. But I'm not at Taco Bell. And it's 3 in the afternoon. Where I am is on a blistering full power journey through uncharted space. Arronax is Mirza Aljić and he has crafted this four on the floor melodic goa trance that holds no pretense. It is what it is. Some goa softens you up and takes you gently into the good night. Not this. This will beat you into a state of trance. A hurricane of futuristic cybertechnology where the colonization of space is well underway. And I love it. Power, layers, furiousity...it's got it. Couple that with Ivan's artwork and it's a visual journey as well. It moves at ludicrous speed and I cannot recommend it highly enough. If you like storming goa trance with some old school snarl then cross the rubicon. There ain't no goin' back. Free at Ektoplazm Mdk