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Mindex - Intergalactic Kung FusionMindex Intergalactic Kung Fusion Merkaba Music Tracklist: 1. Deep Forest 2. In Search Of Truth (Re-mindeX) 3. Beauty and the Beast 4. Alien Shaman 5. Sphinx (Re-mindeX) 6. Inner Flame So glitchy, so bass driven yet so chill and smooth and impeccably gorgeous. In short, awesome psychedelic bass music. The opener "Deep Forest" is the best of these six delivering speaker-shaking bass lines with deliciously interspersed samples ripe with enrapturing chants, soothing harpsichord melodies and soaring female vocals. It is the most complete and fully realized of this bunch but I would not recommend against any of them. The steel drum effects in "In Search of Truth" are paired so well with the invigorating vocal samples and that glitch solo in the middle of the track is more than just a little awesome. It's some of the best down tempo psychedelic dubstep to be found outside of Phutureprimitive's "Kinetik" album. "Beauty and the Beast" is not just the most growling of these tracks but it is also a very apt description for the entire album. "Sphinx," "Alien Shaman" and "Inner Flame" piece together much in the way of mysterious mood with body-swaying syncopation, almost primitive in their rhythms yet so effective in their methods. My only gripe is with the track lengths as none go over the five-minute mark. Considering how well-crafted these tracks are and how damn fine they sound it seems criminal that none stick around for another two or three minutes. Regardless, I do believe this is the best non-Kalya Scintilla release to be put out yet by Merkaba Music. ()
Mindex - The Adventures of Multi-Dimensional Caterpillar
FatKidWitAJetPak posted a topic in 2013Album: The Adventures of Multi-Dimensional Caterpillar Artist: Mindex Genre: Drum n Bass, Psybreaks Label: Time Resonance Music Size: 54MB License: CC Price: Free and Donations Track List: 01 - Spring Madness (feat. Do) 02 - Funky Monkey 03 - Sambuca And Milk 04 - Zephyr 05 - Electroshock Remember when the world was run on sexy downtempo jazz with a dash of airy guitars and drum and bass progression? You would be lying if you answered yes, because that never happened. Mindex decided it was about time to throw out some quirky originality for all to enjoy, putting together an uptempo set of DnB tracks. Typically, drum and bass gets pretty old after a while. We all have been there. When you first discover the genre you think to yourself, "Well golly gee this drum pattern is fucking great!". Then, three albums later, your making fun of it with friends. This is why It is refreshing to hear innovation, and apparently it takes a space shifting insect to make this happen. In fact, I am pretty sure if I close my eyes for long enough, I can join this "multi-dimensional caterpillar" in a joyful journey. I love the theme and find it highly entertaining. I will admit, this album took a little bit to get use to. It has a lot of melody. The style, however, is extremely rewarding. The constant fancy jazziness creates euphoric happiness… and I feel the need to dance! As I listen to these tracks, my body gets up and screams. The artist really knows how to get people up and moving, using a combination of funky grooves, jazzy influences, and dead-on fantastic drums. It reminds me of the classic surfer rock from the 70s, mixed with old school uptempo styles and rocking jam sessions. From the very beginning in Spring Madness, Mindex takes pride in being different with his drum lines and guitar riffs. Then, in Funky Monkey, he takes on a more electronic feel with a handful of juicy synths. Best of all, it is all proper quality. If you enjoy dancing to chill out beat grids mixed with a nice collection of real instruments, then you need to download this right now. The pace is perfect! The vibes are excellent! Sure, it gets pretty repetitive, I mean it IS drum and bass, but you know what… I don't care. This character fills in all the gaps, keeps things interesting, and brightens the mood of any room with nice tunes. If you want a sample, listen to Sambuca And Milk around the 3:45 marker. That is so cool. There are many moments like that, jamming out with some kickass organs, smooth guitars, and deep bassos. Personally, I find this to be one of the better drum and bass albums out there and consider it to be innovative to the core. 9/10 Download Here on Ektoplazm (MP3, FLAC, WAV) - Review written by FatKidWitAJetPak (Nick Sumbles) - Special Thanks to Ektoplazm for the Download Bandwith - Special Thanks to Slava Semenikhin for the artwork!
This EP by Mindex, producer who always surprises the audience with his tasty blends of different genre elements. He tells you a story about a creature who lost herself in a strange dimension, and each track is a funny adventures of this creature, triggering amazing events. Get into the sound, and unexpectedly find yourself on the dance floor or maybe in another reality. Enjoy! released 20 May 2013 All tracks written, produced and mastered by Slava Semenikhin www.facebook.com/mindexsound soundcloud.com/mindex mindex-music.com Artwork by Slava Semenikhin mindex-music.com/pictures.htm BUY ON BANDCAMP
Artist: Mindex Title: The Neverland Label: Time Resonance Music Genre: Downtempo, IDM, Jazzy, Psychedelic Time Resonance Music and Acidsamover records presents new work from Mindex. The new album has gathered together elements of many styles and genres, from gentle IDM and pensive TripHop to dynamic Drum and Bass and Funk. All tracks united with Chillout mood. The sounds from this album will involve your mind on a journey through the fairy-tale world where you can enjoy the crystalline landscapes of fantastic shapes, and get acquainted with its inhabitants and heroes. You will look at the past and future, inward. In the end you will be carried through the expanses of infinity in a super comfortable time machine with a soft chair and a huge viewport. FREE Download: (enter zero price for free download) http://timeresonance...m/the-neverland Buy digital: http://www.beatport....everland/436457 PURCHASE CD: http://beatspace.com/6256/Acidsamovar Records/MINDEX/The Neverland/detail.aspx