Monthly Archives: November 2012
Episode 5 of our podcast starts with some bouncy Progressive bangers, then makes a transition to Psy Prog and some full on Psychedelic Trance titles, among others from the long-awaited debut album by Didrapest. As always, the second half is all about Chillout and relaxation, introducing a splendid new compilation by Lemonchill.
Music Factory – This name could give the impression of a pre-fabricated mass product. You couldn’t be more wrong! The latest Atomic Pulse album does not only stand out due to the mere fact that it is the work of a long-running veteran of the Psytrance scene, but also due to the fact that includes a multitude of remixes for and collaborations with other interesting producers. In consequence, the products of the Music Factory are multi-faceted and multi-coloured in a truly astonishing way!
AtomiCulture – doesn`t this name appear oddly familiar? For a good reason: It is the mutual project of two fairly big fishes of the Psytrance scene: The “atomic element” comes from Israeli Tamir Ozana – better known as …
“My music is a futuristic amalgamation of all music which has come before. I like to be eclectic and quirky while keeping a fun beat and promoting unity” Rob Vector, Boston-based producer explains. Let’s have a listen exactly how he puts to practice this principle on the Natural Data EP!
Driller is the right artist for all you out there who frequently hear themselves saying `Something new, please!”, who are bored of the predictability of mass-compatible dance floor music, and who are into sophisticated, deep and inspiring rhythms. On this EP the artist presents 3 completely different tracks – and by doing so a remarkable talent.
Two masterpieces of intelligent Full On music, rocking and driving to the maximum yet at the same time light and uplifting. Atma delivers the good, keeping up his unbroken series of high-quality Trance music. Other than its …