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Artist: Module Virus Title: Xochipili the Seven Flowers Label: Sangoma Catalogue: SANGCD014 Release: November 2016 Format: CD/Digital Mastering: Scorb @ TRK Mastering Artwork: Jacques Dende Psikodelicious https://www.facebook.com/psikodeliciousdesign Tracklist: 1. Identical Formulas 2. Prodigious Euphoria 3. Ergot 4. Bass Impact 5. My Fantasy 6. Free Mind 7. Robotic Elements 8. Thriving 9. Simple Switch 10. Circle of Life Promotext: Sangoma Records prescribe you the new album of Module Virus. The London based Portuguese has polished this album for quite a while and tested it on living probands at Boom Festival and various other events around the globe. Inspiration for this release is Aztec mythology – Xochipilli, the ecstatic maize god of music, dance, arts, love, flowers, beauty is the patron of this release, and resembles Bruno’s love and connection to Mexico and it’s culture. Expect 10 action packed tracks, mastered by Scorb, to send you on a colorful journey to the land of enchantment. Links: Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/modulevirus Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/modulevirusoficial/ www.sangomarecords.com https://timecode.bandcamp.com/
Artist: Various Title: Abra Macabre Label: Trick Music Date: June, 2009 1. Ozrels Machine - Torque is Cheap 2. Scorb - Stratagem 3. Prism - Six Paper Joints 4. Squid Inc. - Fin 5. Phibian - Lo-Phi 6. Prism Vs. Phibian - The Probe 7. The Hoax - Fabrication 8. RAM - Illumination 9. Ozrels Machine - Destrukt (Scorb Rmx) Potty training sucks. It really does. I don't remember having this much trouble and stress with the first child. God knows it sucks that's why he blesses you with the power of short memory. We are right there, right at the precipice of not having to deal with diapers. It's so close I can almost taste it. Really I can feel it. And I did. Kid was playing with the Kindle on my bed, leaning on my legs whilst I attempted to grab a few winks. After multiple denials of having to use the potty, I force her to go. That's when I felt it. Through her pants, on my pants, all over the comforter to the sheet and even on the cooling layer. If you're a parent then you've probably been there. I swear nothing is safe when you have kids. I mean do you have any idea how long it takes to dry a comforter and sheets? As I'm standing there berating this poor 3 year old and comparing her to a dog that pees wherever the f*ck it wants to I realize I've gone to far. It's very stressful and I'm learning that there isn't a lot of reasoning with a 3 year old. Ahhh....this too shall pass. So anyway this is basically Scorb and all the people he invited to the studio to muck around. And I'm telling you he should stick with this formula. It's stomping good twilight psytrance with a groovy sway. Evolving melodies and well timed breaks make this fun to listen to. Hell I'll put it out there...this is the best thing I've heard from Mr. Connor. Artists like Concept, Deviant Species and Neural Rectifier Syndrome bring scratchy sounds and acid splatters creating a futuristic mix. It's got a dark flow that remains consistent through the entire album. Stratagem is one of my favorites as it is rumbler that grows in intensity, slowly building with some wicked power. I highly recommend it and even though it was made 6 years ago it holds up well. Psyshop Beatspace Mdk
Artist: Scorb Title: Reanimated Vol. 1 EP Label: Trick Music Date: December, 2011 1. Mutoid (Reanimated Rmx) 2. 13.5 Hours (Reanimated Rmx) Scorb (Yod Onsen) has always been a bit of a mixed bag for me. Never really got into his early stuff although now when I go back and listen to his first album, I can really appreciate how ahead of his time he was. I love the direction his music has taken lately with releases like Abre Macabre. His music wasn't always that melodic, but instead focused on evolving and twisting textures. Weird sounds and samples...like an alien drive thru safari. Trick Music is celebrating it's 10th release as well as 10 years of Scorby goodness. These two tracks were around before I got into psytrance so I had to go back and listen to what they were all about. Mutoid (Reanimated Rmx)- I didn't have the original but I was able to hear the extended version on his first album. Full of bass sounds, guitar stabs, alien squelches, and cartoon effects. This remix takes what was a rambling track and focuses it with more power. Still twisted but not much added. Not bad. 13.5 Hours (Reanimated Rmx)- The original had a futuristic feel with the dark scratchyness that sounds good today. Totally fits the alien cover. You can't really be scared of something with an eye that big, right? But then you see the way it moves with iit's arachnoid legs and I'm starting to rethink that. There aren't many differences here. Still got the MDMA vocal, the same sounds...If anything it just sounds more...what's the word...polished. So here's my thing. If you're going to remix a track (especially one of your own) it has to be different. Has to. A change in tempo or the addition of effects does not a remix make. So from that standpoint this EP is a total fail. If I wanted to hear the originals, I would listen to the originals. Be that as it may, it shined a light on a couple of tracks that I hadn't given much attention to. And those tracks were pretty good. So if you're debating whether to purchase this ask yourself if you already have these tracks on your hard drive. Cause the differences are slight. Beatport Mdk