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VA - Psychedelic Revolution Compiled By Gnomes Of Kush BMSS Records Tracklist: 1. Sonic Entity - Disengage 2. ManMachine - Asceticism 3. Middle Mode - Sunrise 4. Nerso - Particles (Remix) 5. Kiva & Gnomes Of Kush - Modulated Mantras 6. Datacult - Afro Samurai 7. ManMadeMan - Traveling Light 8. Parallel Dialog - Disorder 9. Sideform - Vahana (Odiseo & Gandulk Remix) To be honest, I did not expect much going in to this one but it has a few notable names and out of respect for those particular artists I gave it a listen. Gnomes Of Kush, who compiled this thing, has done some wonderful work on the dub side of things even if I've never been a fan of what he has done in the progressive community. Here, just as expected, there is a lot of by-the-numbers progressive, not a whole lot of variety, very little in the way of surprises, almost pure vanilla psytrance. For instance, if you like Sonic Entity or his full-length release "Altered Fiction" from earlier this year then you'll probably enjoy the "Disengage" opener. I, however, do not. It sounds like every other Sonic Entity track ever produced. This guy has a formula and he follows it by-the-book, where it sounds decent for the first couple of minutes and then gets predictable and dull pretty quickly. A disappointing ManMachine track follows this up, again just very dull work, very progressive, very formulaic, it takes absolutely no chances. One would be better finding his Ovnimoon Records full-lengths for a better form of his progressive. Gnomes Of Kush team up with Kiva for a good (almost great) outing, ManMadeMan are almost quite good on "Traveling Light" with the sounds being minimal, more techno-oriented and the Sideform closer is only great because once it is over there is no more to sit through. Datacult's "Afro Samurai" is good on in the first go-around but loses its charm over repeat listens. For the highlights things get into some great full-on territory where the engines rev quite beautifully and layers get pieced together quite professionally by two of the more capable producers in the progressive spectrum. Middle Mode, one of the reasons I picked up this collection, kill it on "Sunrise." Even when these dudes annoy me with their plodding pacing on most of the productions they create I am still extremely impressed with the levels and details they put into their work. No difference here. In fact, I'm sure this will become one of my favorites from these young producers. The progressive side is still there in this piece but they flirt so heavily with full-on that everything moves at a great, crisp pace. And the levels, oh yes, they give some great depth to this one. The other highlight belongs to progressive producer Nerso, a man who is no stranger to taking chances in his work. "Particles" is fantastic, another full-on type gem, perhaps not as impressive as the Middle Mode jewel but certainly a full level or two above most everything else here in terms of quality. A "Psychedelic Revolution" this one is not. In fact, most of this is revolting because of how typical it all sounds. The real rebels in this one are Nerso and Middle Mode who revolt against the same-old, same-old of their peers.
Title: Digital Mantra - Compiled by DJ Tim Label: Nataraja Records ( http://www.nataraja-music.com ) Format: CD + Digital Release: 02/06/2014 (2nd of June 2014) Catalog: NTJ007 Tracklist: 1) Abstract Layers Sunny Spell 2) Suduaya Magic Breeze 3) InnerShade & Alter Ego Back to Life 4) Relativ Burning Babylon (Zyce Remix) 5) OxiliTe Apache Rythm 6) Nerso & Ori Pulsar 7) Static movement Twisted trip 8) DLB Emilys shit (Out of Jetlag remix) 9) e-Mov - Boating on the Seine 10) LunaRoot (aka LunaRave & D_Root) Sunny Dusk Since the dawn of times, music gathered people. Allowing them to take control of their own lives by the way of trance and dance, it has the very particular ability to dissolve the usual boundaries of the perceptions and to emphasize consciousness expansion. Through history, music and dance have established themselves as a strong vector to transcendence, being one of the most popular way to an intense experience. In our times, the soundtrack to the modern rituals of trance are coming in a digital shape, as the mantras to a collective meditation. Selected by Dj Tim, those ten progressive tracks are the soundtrack to a whole psychedelic story, crafted to lead the listeners to self-elevation. Link: http://www.psyshop.com/shop/CDs/ntj/ntj1cd004.html Trailers are available on : http://soundcloud.com/natarajamusic
New from Furthur Progressions: Flegma and Neurso team up for a new progressive offering. This time around they have let loose on Ace Ventura's epic 'Genesis', turning the strong bass-infused track dripping in 303 synth into a deep, rumbling dancefloor monster. The title track - Sensei - is a perfect combination of atmospheric synths and a beautiful rolling bassline that filters down into a breath-taking build-up and break. Flegma & Nerso - Sensei EP 1. Ace Ventura - Genesis (Flegma & Nerso Remix) 2. Flegma & Nerso - Sensei Release date 10-10-11 Catalogue number - FRPEP006 Out now on all good digital outlets, like this one: http://www.beatport....ensei-ep/676052 http://www.furthurprogressions.com @furthurprog