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Forestelic records are coming back with a debut album by Mechanical Species. INreality reveals the full story of a unique style developed over the last years in Dahni's studio in Sweden. “INreality represents a belief system accepted as a self-evident truth, yet has no causal relation to any objective reality” Artist: Mechanical Species Title: INreality Label: Forestdelic records Format: CD Release date: Coming Soon Tracklist: 1. Dry my wet (146bpm) 2. Contact (146bpm) 3. Ontological Dependencies (146bpm) 4. The Sullen Orchestra (147 bpm) 5. Mirror Of The Program (147 bpm) 6. Singularity (146 bpm) 7. Volontary Madness (149 bpm) 8. Rizomorf & Init preset - Electric essence (Remix (149 Bpm)) 9. Please Mr Toad (149 Bpm) Samples: https://soundcloud.com/forestdelic/mechanical-species-inreality-album-preview
Mechanical Species The Guardian Of The Forest Forestdelic Records Tracklist: 1. Guardian of the Forest 2. Freunch 3. In The Cyberforest 4. Holographic Nature Don't be thrown off by the label name or the cover art, this is a full-on EP and a damn good one at that. Because everything about that art screams forest music, maybe Mechanical Species felt obliged to use some of those wonderful effects and frequencies in his deep, driving work. It sure does add some great dimension. The openers on "Guardian of the Forest" and "Freunch" are very good, go-for-it full-on. Steady bass lines rumble through the tracks and all the effects wizardry Mechanical Species lays down is quite good. Very effective lead-ins for the highlight on "In The Cyberforest" where the suggested listening is through a proper set of speakers for optimal effects. The bass rumbles and grumbles, the effects tantalize and the pacing is deliriously good. The gorgeous piano melodies in "Holographic Nature" make this second best in the collection. The energy blitz contrasted against the sublimely gorgeous and tender keys is fascinating and beautiful. Very well done! All in all, "Guardian Of The Forest" is great and powerful full-on with mentally delicious forest touches. Kudos to this Swede for putting these two disparate styles together very well under one bold and dynamic outing. ()