Various ‎– Energy Waves

Suntrip Records ‎– SUNCD18
CD, Compilation

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1 Mindsphere The Awakening
Written-By, Producer – Ali Akgun
2 Astrancer Inhabitants Of The Sun (Gnostic Theory)
Written-By, Producer – Bruno Filizola
3 Khetzal Indian Attic (E-Mantra's Tellurian Remix)
Remix – E-Mantra, Emanuel CarpusWritten-By, Producer – Matthieu Chamoux
4 Somnesia Vs PharaOm God's Tears
Written-By, Producer – C.Grossel*, O.Pfeiffer*
5 Liquid Flow (2) Reformation
Written-By, Producer – Tomislav Savić*
6 Astrancer Athanaton
Written-By, Producer – Bruno Filizola
7 Antares (10) Eureka
Written-By, Producer – Simon Felix
8 RA Time Current (Silver Remix)
Written-By, Producer – Christer Borge-Lunde, Lars W. Lind
9 Space Elves Anjuna Beach
Written-By, Producer – Nikola Petrović, Paul Yelland

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Tempo (track/BPM):
1/110 | 2/143 | 3/145 | 4/146 | 5/145 | 6/139 | 7/146 | 8/142 | 9/143
Tempo for track 6 is incorrectly printed as 140 BPM.

℗ & © Suntrip Records 2010.

Mastered at 4CN Studios, Germany.

1. w&p at the Mindsphere Project studio, Istanbul, Turkey
2. w&p Recife, Brazil
3. w&p France, remixed Romania
4. w&p at Aum studio, Avallon & Apex studio, Paris, France
5. w&p at L.F. Studio, Zagreb, Croatia
6. w&p Recife, Brazil
7. w&p at the Antares home studio, Gent, Belgium
8. w&p between Norway and Italy
9. w&p between Serbia and the United Kingdom be continued within the "Temple Of Chaos"

"The Energy Wave is a disturbance that propagates through space and time, usually with transference of positive energy."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 060147 125627
  • Barcode (String): 5060147125627
  • Matrix / Runout: 29385 - SUNCD18 - V27905
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LK47
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5M06



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June 6, 2010
This is a nice comp, showing us that the circle of newschool producers is growing bigger and bigger, and also more mature, they seem more concerned with finding their own sound rather than trying hard to copy one or other oldschool artists style.

Nice intro downtempo melody from Mindsphere, although nothing really special

My biggest disspointement was Astrance, since I was expecting a LOT after Ashram (best track of 2009 IMO!). Compared to that, this one is pretty weak :(

Then comes E-Mantra's remix of Khetzal, although personally I'm not a big fan of remixes, I always tend to prefer the originals.

Somnesia vs PharaOm on the other hand is GREAT, the last 2 minutes are incredibly intense, the kind of melody that makes you want to pull your hair out of your head while dancing ;) I really enjoyed this one.

Liquid Flow is up next with what I consider to be the best track on this comp. My biggest issue with newschool in general is that the melodies aren't catchy enough, you just don't end up humming the melodies for days like you did with most oldschool classics. However that's NOT the case here, the last minutes bring a VERY memorable melody, proof that it's still possible to find great and original melodies in 2010 ;)

Astrancer up next again, but once again, after the brilliant Ashram this just doesn't do it for me :(

Antares brings us a bit of newschool of the first generation, which means a bit too generic for my ears, I mean it's good but not great.

Ra brings a nice remix, one of the best tracks on this comp IMO

Then comes the closer from Space Elves which I love, and don't quite understand why most people don't. Ah well, I guess taste is taste...

Conclusion: The more I grow older, the more picky I become about my music so not liking everything on a comp has become normal for me. However there are some quite nice tracks on here, and it brings proof that there is definately room for improvement in a substyle that was considered too tiny to interest mainstream lables only a few years ago. I can only applaud Suntrip's efforts to show the crowd that there are other alternatives between mindless full-on and screechy dark trance ;)