Actually this is one of those CDs whose cover already perfectly represent the music it contains.
First Video from AP's upcoming new album. Animation by Kenny Tai.
Second Video from upcoming Analog Pussy album.
Mister Banco de Gaia is back! Well known for his "Magical Sounds", this man used to be one of the pioneers of Chill Out and Ambient music during the ninetees.
Psychedelic flouro mayhem inspired by Jimi Hendrix.
Finnish Psy Trance is a style of its own, no doubt.
This is one of the tracks I was really looking for: I first heard it in a DJ set by D-Nox in December 2007 (no, this is no typing mistake!) and instantly fell in love with it.
The first disc “Emperor” is conceptually strung together with each track loosely related to themes of dominion and control within the mental states.
Music by Lava 303, special guests The Slags shot and cut by Scott Fair and Conni Maly.
Here are some beautiful video impressions of "Freedom Festival" in Portugal. Enjoy!
Here are some beautiful video impressions of "Hadra Festival" in France. Enjoy!
Review by: Roberdo Date: May 5, 2009, GermanyIn contrast to the really poor flyer Waldfrieden’s Hai In Den Mai festival was an absolutely amazing event.
An unexpected discovery while tidying up my office reveals a superb piece of electronic music!
Back on my desk today I find a CD from renowned Israeli label Phonokol on my desk: Injection delivers his new album Choose To Live.
When reading the artist names of this release, the one or the other may be reminded somebody...
Over there at Digital Diamonds, the dudes just lauched their probably best release ever at least it heavily kicked my ass:
The one or the other might remember these two dudes from this year’s VuuV festival, where they performed some proper dance floor damage or from their extraordinary track on Plastik Park.
After listening to the first bars of this new promo CD, I am checking the cover again. But yes, it comes from Phonokol Records!
Here are some beautiful video impressions of "Mundo de Oz Festival" in Brazil. Enjoy!
Sweden and Canada again prove to be top-notch in up-to-date electronic dance music!
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