Kluster (2) ‎– Bug Fix

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Digital Psionics ‎– DPSICD04
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1 Dont Believe 8:22
2 No Doubt 9:26
3 Freaky Fobi 9:09
4 Unconcious 7:23
5 Higher Learning 8:30
6 Balanced 8:05
7 Lumbago 8:00
8 Xibaldi 8:53
9 Lava 7:43

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JangoF76

JangoF76

February 19, 2010
edited over 8 years ago

What the hell can I say about this album? Interesting? Yes. Original? Very. Weird as f**k? Definitely!

The music is very dark - if you're looking for even the slightest hint of a melody, you won't find it here - but at the same time any creepiness that could be associated with dark psy is completely negated here by the array of wacky, cartoony samples. It's very monotonous, but certainly not dull. Listening to it, I spent my time alternately frowning (in a wtf-is-this? kind of way) and laughing (in a OMG-I-can't-believe-what-I'm-hearing kind of way).

Special mention must go to the track 'Balanced' which is basically a dark rolling psy bassline under a chorus of actual (and I kid you not) burp and fart samples.

I honestly don't know if I liked this album or not. It is definitely worth listening to (if only once). It certainly made me think, and that's always a good thing. The only thing I can say for sure is that 'Bug Fix' is THE most bizarre psytrance album I've ever heard. Make of that what you will...
Tight_Grooves

Tight_Grooves

June 10, 2008

This is a underrated psychedelic trance album, i WISH 1/8 of psytrance was this quality, this is truly kaleidoscopic music for every psychonaut out there. Original, complex, multi layered, textured organic gastric sound, groovy basslines (not just bang bang bang!), this is specially good to play in forest parties & has tunes for night & just when the morning comes, this one deserves 5/5.
Few psy manages to be both dark & playfull & this is a excelent example of such thing.
We need more stuff like this one!

TIMELESS!!!