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  1. Artist: Filteria Title: Perpetually Delayed Voyage Ep Label: Lost Language Date: March, 2013 1. Perpetually Delayed Voyage (Original) 2. Perpetually Delayed Voyage (Sonic Entity Mix) 3. Perpetually Delayed Voyage (Konektiv Mix) Jannis Tzikas is a pillar in the goa trance community and a major reason for its resurgence and continued popularity. His album from 2004 Sky Input was musical napalm and just what was needed at the time. Also it was the first release from a then fledgling Suntrip Records. Hard to believe it's been 13 years. This little ep came out before Filteria's last album Lost In The Wild and is interesting as it consists of a goa track and then two progressive remixes of that track. Released by a label with a long history it's available in digital or a Cd-r format. Although I don't know where you would get the Cd-r as it doesn't seem available at the Lost Language site. Perpetually Delayed Voyage is in the vein of his last two albums fluid with smooth melodies instead of the chaotic bombast with which he burst onto the scene. The Sonic Entity mix retains the goa flavor of the original yet spreads it out over something you might hear from Iono or Ovnimoon. The Konektiv Mix has a housey feel; close and connected if not a bit dark. Enjoyable. Beatport
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