Epsylon 9 ‎– Evolution Of Time EP

Forbidden Planet Records ‎– FPR 9601
Vinyl, 12", EP


A1 Life Formation 5:27
A2 Slipstream 3:25
B1 Paralax 5:24
B2 Full Power 5:52

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Licensed from Undefined Records, Australia
Published by Astral Music

Tracks B1 and B2 previously released on Metamethod - Polifonetik EP.

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  • Rights Society: Biem/Stemra


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March 8, 2014

lovely ep !!


July 9, 2010
edited over 8 years ago

A techno record with a melodic side and a hard side. The standout is the melodic side's lead track, "Life Formation", a soaring, melodic anthem harkening back to the early '90s golden age of uplifting piano-house rave tracks, although there's no piano in this one. "Slipstream" has a light breakbeat and is more Detroit-ish. The hard side has two quite competent yet anonymous, acid-fueled filter-techno tracks. "Full Power" is the best of these oonts oonts-style, quickly morphing bangers, and I'd play it today.


November 8, 2008
Life Formation on the A side is a beautiful techno track. Featured in Laurent Garnier essential mix from 1994, it fitted perfectly with the emotive tracks he often played at that time. A neat synth lead line and perky melodic bassline and percussion and some soaring chords cerate a nice euphoric feel.

Worth tracking down for this track alone and the prog rock style sleeve cover art. Is this 75 words in length yet? no, not quite...Ah yes now it is.


March 2, 2004

The A side of this album contains a beaitiful track with a phat melody of an synthesizer in it .A warm feeling track for sure. The B side is more like Hard Techno with a monotom bassline in it.Hard raw uplifting techno for sure.
So this album is very strange for it's combination of clubtrance and hard techno in 1 album. Further a hell of a record.