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  1. Artist: Lectro Spektral Daze Title: Infinitely Intricate Unfolding Kaleidoscope Label: Neogoa Records Release: Feb 23 2018 Tracklist: 1. Experiences And Encounters 2. Acid Feels 3. Observing From All Around 4. Matter Into Energy 5. Seen Something 6. Thoughts They are Like Flames 7. Yellow And Green And Blue Patterns 8. Wave After Wave I gotta say at first i was confused. Lectro Spektral Daze does some great stuff, some of my favourites, his use of breaks is intelligent, the builds keep me guessing and the fun just jumps from all his tracks. The confusion however came from my first few listens on my car speakers and a pair of little in ear phones. The highs and Lectro’s use of sweeps caused me to wince in pain. For example in Acid Feel at the 4 minute mark the washed out sweep made me pull my earphones out and turn the volume down. At 6 min the highs build to a similar discomfort I went through some of his older tracks and heard similar sweeps and highs that didn’t cause me the same discomfort. Then Neogoa were all ‘lets review this bad boy aye’. So i thought, it must just be me, the team themselves couldn’t have messed mastering up that badly (I'll always believe in you Neogoa). And so I should, on proper speakers everything changed. 'When you face animosity you don't give up, you turn the biggest loudest rig you have access to on and hit play' 1. Experiences and Encounters - Nice little intro, and a cool kick and bassline, very Lectro Spektral styled. The progressive influences come through in the beginning and it doesn't take long before the track (Almost explodes into energy), if those leads were just a little louder, if they just roared a little more. Regardless the melody doesn't get old and we soon come to the first big break, it’s a good one too, then the track really blasts off, i love that lead that comes in around 6:20 coulda listened to that for the rest of the track really. 2. Acid Feels - A warm acid filled track, that doesn't take long to draw you into a deep trance. Overall a pretty positive track. The pain from the washy sweeps is gone and the high builds teetered on the edge of painful without actually crossing the line. 3. Observing From all Around - Starts without much messing around, cool knob turning and big drums lead us into our first melody. The use of one off sound effects and connected samples is pretty sweet. It really takes off at the halfway point. And that break at 6 min! Thats what im here for, This really where Lectro stands out from the crowd, the change of direction is awesome. A great track and favourite of mine. 4. Matter into Energy - Another short intro, very educational all the same, and we are met by warm full-on sounding pads.A floaty sense of funk surrounds fills this track. As the promo track to the album this didn't really grab me, after a few more listens I’m turnt right up. Another great break, this time more intense. Instead of over-layering with melodies other sounds and fx are used to keep your interest. 5. Seen Something - A light star spangled first act leads us into another cool melody which takes center stage. I would’ve liked the leads after the first melody to roar at me a bit more, instead they are placed deeper into the track drawing me in. The broken beats around 5 min are sweat and another LSD trademark i appreciate. This is one track however where we coulda dressed the kick drum up in a little tree costume and sent it to the backstage to offer the rest of the song more room to move. 6. Thoughts They are Like Fire - They do don't they? Who'd have thought. We get some cool loops and wacky sounds drawing us into the track before the melody takes over, not overly complex but lasts longer than the other melodies we have heard so far. 7. Yellow And Green And Blue Patterns - Goa trance can be a little bit like a game of rugby. Sometimes the Full Back has the ball and takes center stage, other times they just sit there to support the rest of the team. Sometimes the Wing gets the ball and takes center stage, they get some help from the others but it's really all them going for it. For the first half of this song i would have liked more focus on the ball carriers. So much coolness happening but not a lot taking focus...It deep tho. That being said, this was without a doubt my favourite track, Why? You guessed it, that break is beautiful. Tear inducing, uplifting, beauty. This is what i came here for. The purity of the second half of this track is unreal. 8. Wave After Wave - Who is that lady? Is that the weird girl from American idol, i gotta find her . . . - Mary roach, My God Lectro, did you get Mary to talk about acid on your track? My lord, has she changed her name to Guilbeaux yet? The rest of the track is too hot to trot, another favourite of mine, the chopped up melody and broken beats take over and make me to jump around. The voices in the back are a great addition. Lektro’s strong focus on breaks, nice use of builds and jump inducing fast paced changes have been mixed into a deeper style of trance. While at any point he could have brought parts of his track into stronger focus, what we get instead is balanced deep listening journey. I agree with the label when they say “...putting the listener into a unique state of deep trance led by trademark LSD melodies and pulsating drum-kicks…”. I enjoyed all tracks and loved three. I think Lectro has real talent, the album isn’t crawling with influence from other artists which tells me this amigo has his shit together. The work also shows that Neogoa is willing to release something a little bit different and unique. That being said I think the album could have gone a different direction into masterpiece territory, it’s art no doubt, good art too. Random snippets of sound, good melodies and awesome changing flow, more focus could have gone into bringing out some of the ‘bigger’ sounds, This may have taken away from the deep trance state induced rhythm of LSD, but it could have paid off big as well. Don’t get me wrong, the work is incredible and i was happy to purchase it, but i feel LSD has the potential to release the Magnum Opus. I read somewhere that what really separates the great originals from the rest is sheer volume of work. From art to engineering, more albums means more greats. If you catch my drift. https://neogoarecords.bandcamp.com/album/infinitely-intricate-unfolding-kaleidoscope
  2. Infinitely Intericate Unfolding Kaleidoscope is a new full lenght release by New Zealand based producer Danny Marshall and his Goa-trance act Lectro Spektral Daze. This new album comes with 8 fresh tracks as a follow up to his well-recieved Full Fractal Vision album, published on our label back in early 2016, but this time with refined sound and more vivid production, where Lectro Spektral Daze continues to explore the themes and motifs from previous records. Infinitely Intericate Unfolding Kaleidoscope is a masterful journey into the landscape of Goa sounds, but it also tickles the progressive aspect of the genre itself, putting the listener into unique state of deep trance led by trademark LSD melodies and pulsating drum-kicks as a driving force of this record. Without any doubt, Infinitely Intericate Unfolding Kaleidoscope is an evolutive Goa trance record and a new step forward in Lectro Spektral Daze rich discography. Pre-orders are now available on Bandcamp: http://bit.ly/GET-LECTRO Tracklist: 01 - Experiences And Encounters (138 BPM) 02 - Acid Feel (138 BPM) 03 - Observing From All Around (138 BPM) 04 - Matter Into Energy (138 BPM) 05 - Seen Something (138 BPM) 06 - Thoughts They Look Like Flames (138 BPM) 07 - Yellow And Green And Blue Patterns (138 BPM) 08 - Wave After Wave (138 BPM) All tracks written and produced by Danny Marshall Release date: February 23, 2018 Photography, artwork design and concept by Richpa Mastering by Igor Čeranić at Deimos Soundlabs Preview full track 'Matter Into Energy' over at YouTube and subscribe to Neogoa Records channel:
  3. Omnivox Silent Sweeper TimeWarp Records Tracklist: 1. Silent Sweeper (Original Mix) 2. Silent Sweeper (Nova Fractal Remix) 3. Silent Sweeper (JIS Remix) 4. Silent Sweeper (Lectro Spektral Daze Remix) 5. Silent Sweeper (Cactus Arising Remix) 6. Silent Sweeper (Hypnotic Aboriginal Experience) "Some things just become real for an unknown reason. Most of the time I am a bit surprised about how my tracks get into existence, and at those moments I feel like I am just a medium through which that music just begins to exist, without me thinking or doing much about it." - Omnivox What Omnivox (Tomislav Crncic) is referring to is the essence of being a true artist. It comes from actual performance of one's music, being truly imaginative and open to the muse of one's ideas and imaginations, not being a slave to preset computer programming in delivering his brand of goa. What Omnivox is saying is that he is merely the vessel. The above statement has been said by countless artists and musicians across the entire span of human history, from Victorian age painters to every passionate form of modern musicianship, from being a sculptor to being a punk rock vocalist. It is the truest determination out there of separating the slave-for-their-art types from the pretenders. Omnivox, then, is an artist. On Silent Sweeper, the artist offers up two excellent tracks, different versions of the same vision, mind you, but two tracks, nonetheless. Both markedly different from one another even while they share the same title. The "Original Mix" delivers trademark Omnivox frequencies layered with heavy, pleasing grooves, patiently moving tempos and some inspired and excellent keyboard squelch and melodies. In all, a goldmine of a track. Perhaps it is only outdone by the "Hypnotic Aboriginal Experience" because that version is an absolute surprise of splendid imagination and a truly excellent delivery of its ideas. "I had it in my mind for quite some time, and since I have a long-time friend who makes and sells didgeridoos, and plays them in his ethnic band ... it was just a natural flow of things to get him involved," Omnivox said. " Seven or eight years ago I was playing a couple of DJ sets with classic retro tracks along with my other friends on didgeridoos and I thought it sounded great, it added another layer of mystical atmosphere. This was just the same story, but taken to another level. That was my idea to slow the original version quite a bit and to add a didgeridoo layer to it." This down tempo version of "Silent Sweeper" is fantastic! The "Hypnotic Aboriginal Experience" is a slow-moving, deeply atmospheric, hard-grooving and, very much so, hypnotic rendition. Of the remixes, each remixer is instantly recognizable for their own distinct styles though two do not stray much from the structural basis of the original while two completely rework it and claim it for their own. Long time fans will immediately recognize the frequencies of Nova Fractal as he gets loud, in-your-face and bombastic on his version, a bit of an energy blast that the original withholds. A good version especially if you come to the EP looking for a dancefloor bomb. The JIS remix gets better over time, perhaps not as impressive to look at it on its first go, perhaps because it plays after the Nova Fractal bomb and gets followed-up with an LSD gem. However, the JIS version is groovy, bouncy, delightful fun. Lectro Spektral Daze and Cactus Arising may as well have been the original producers of "Silent Sweeper" with how impressive their versions are, with how much altering they accomplish from the original, with how nearly unrecognizable their takes become. LSD is always pretty impressive and here is a another fine example of those production skills. Where Nova Fractal, JIS and Omnivox are quite up-front in their sounds, full-bodied and loud for an in-your-face feel, LSD takes a step back, gives the sound a bit of a diluted quality, makes "Silent Sweeper" sound as if it is a space odyssey. This version is a gem. As is the Cactus Arising take. Whereas everything else on the EP is new school with old-school influences, Cactus Arising brings the old-school flavors in abundance, grooving, bouncing and rocking ever-so nicely through eight-minutes of lovely vintage goa. Everything about this one is pleasing and fantastic. Omnivox is the vessel from which some fine art comes forth. Silent Sweeper is a great EP because of it. And along the way, Omnivox, the artist, is joined by four fantastic, like-minded painters of sound that vessel some exceptional art of their own. Psyshop
  4. Full Fractal Vision by Lectro Spektral Daze is now available for FREE DOWNLOAD: http://www.neogoa.net/full-fractal-vision/ in WAV/FLAC/MP3. ‪#‎GoaTrance‬ New Zealand-based Lectro Spektral Daze returns to Neogoa Records, this time to present his new album, Full Fractal Vision. The man behind this project, Danny Marshall, is a hard-working guy who always delivers something new and interesting and this one is no exception. After his well-received debut on Neogoa Records, Out Of Body Experience, he invested a lot of effort into expanding his creative vision even further, resulting in six new and previously unreleased tracks as well as two amazing remixes by Neogoa’s finest, Lunar Dawn and JaraLuca. There is no better way to start this new year than to rejoice in this highly energetic, trippy, and synthesizer-driven Goa trance album. All tracks written and produced by Danny Marshall (New Zealand). Track #4 remixed by Łukasz Zając (Poland). Track #8 remixed by Saša Prečanica and Kristijan Ilišinović (Croatia). Mastering by Igor Čeranić at Deimos Soundlabs (Croatia). Album art painting by Monika Bičkei (Croatia), with additional editing by Ivan Parić at Neogoa Design (Croatia). Artist: Lectro Spektral Daze Album: Full Fractal Vision Format: Digital Style: Goa Trance Cat.Num: NEOG045 Release date: January 25, 2016 Tracklist: 01 – Constant Awareness (145 BPM) 02 – Rave Drugs (145 BPM) 03 – Almond Eyes (145 BPM) 04 – Quite A Trip (JaraLuca Remix) (145 BPM) 05 – Farther From Ordinary Reality (145 BPM) 06 – Almost Nothing (145 BPM) 07 – Quite A Trip (145 BPM) 08 – Farther From Ordinary Reality (Lunar Dawn Remix) (145 BPM) Released under a Creative Commons license for noncommercial usage. SoundCloud: http://goo.gl/DoVdFT YouTube: http://goo.gl/Jp8d71 Samples: http://soundcloud.com/neogoarecords/full-fractal-vision For more free Goa trance music, please visit us: www.neogoa.net
  5. NEW ALBUM!! PSYSHOP Lectro Spektral Daze 01. Between Two and Twelve 02. Definitely Real Events 03. Bouncing Radar Off The Moon 04. Floating Cities 05. Psychedelic Temples Of The Mind 06. A Few Molecules 07. Descend Into DNA 08. Peace of Mind Release date: Coming soon Format: CD Timewarp
  6. Lectro Spektral Daze - Psytrance Powers My Space Engines LP Catalog # TIMEWARP020 01 - Lectro Spektral Daze - Acid Epidemic 02 - Lectro Spektral Daze - The Third Eye 03 - Lectro Spektral Daze - Mysticism In A Bottle 04 - Lectro Spektral Daze - Drugs Music 05 - Lectro Spektral Daze - A Million Volts 06 - Lectro Spektral Daze - Infinite Number Of Steps 07 - Lectro Spektral Daze - The Mind Of God 08 - Lectro Spektral Daze - 25th Century Technology Timewarp records presents this amazing Digital LP from Lectro Spectral Daze titled Psy Trance Powers My Space Engines. Following his successful ep releases with Goa Records, these eight exclusive new tracks bring the special "LSD" style of psychedelic laced Progressive Goa Trance to the world through Timewarp digital. Strap in and fuel your own ride into deep inner and outer space with the power of psytrance. Danny Marshall has always been involved with music on the cusp. Beginning with playing the drums at age 16, he was captivated first by the raw metal coming out of the late 80s, and then by the psychedelic rock popular amongst the free-thinkers and outdoor party originators of England. A move to the picturesque top of the South Island of New Zealand saw Danny attend one of the seminal dance parties in New Zealand history 'The Gathering', which turned him on to the new sounds coming from studio innovators all around the world. He began Djing psy-trance and soon landed a spot on Nelson's most popular dance-music station Fresh FM. Continually spinning quality sets on the airwaves led to Danny being phoned up frequently and asked to play at parties all around the region. It was in 2001 that Danny helped found what would become one of the most popular and enduring outdoor parties in New Zealand 'Stardust'. While involved in the production and music of these parties for the first few years, Danny bought himself a PC and set about teaching himself music production. In 2006 his trance project Lectro Spektral Daze was conceived. From beginnings in minimal and experimental beats, he has now honed his engineering skills and is pumping out large, spacious, dancefloor pleasing psychedelic music with a distinct edge. Danny has released music with iconic NZ label Fever Records, Southern Cross Records, Goa Records, and now Timewarp. http://www.play.fm/artist/lectrospektraldaze Sample: BUY: Beatport / Psyshop Lectro Spektral Daze Timewarp
  7. FREE WAV/FLAC/MP3 DOWNLOAD: http://www.ektoplazm.com/free-music/lectro-spektral-daze-out-of-body-experience Neogoa proudly presents the EP release of Lectro Spektral Daze! To be released for free at Ektoplazm! For more informations and free music, please follow us on Facebook and Twitter! All tracks written and produced by Danny Marshall [Lectro Spektral Daze]. First track is available for stream/download at our Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/neogoa/crystal-clear
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