Real Name:
Ed Bout
Dutch hardcore/hardtrance project. Originally Ed Bout and Dave van Hasselaar, the two later ID&T releases were done by Ed only.
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AUM 6711055 Holographic - 2nd album art Holographic 2nd(12") 80 Aum Records AUM 6711055 Netherlands 1992 Sell This Version
AUM 6711095 Holographic - 4th album art Holographic 4th(12") 80 Aum Records AUM 6711095 Netherlands 1992 Sell This Version
AUM 6711075 Holographic - 3rd album art Holographic 3rd(12") 80 Aum Records AUM 6711075 Netherlands 1992 Sell This Version
AUM 6711035 Holographic - Holographic album art Holographic Holographic(12") 80 Aum Records AUM 6711035 Netherlands 1992 Sell This Version
HOLO 001 Holographic - Androigyn album art Holographic Androigyn(12") ID&T HOLO 001 Netherlands 1994 Sell This Version
HOLO 002 Holographic - Morphic Resonance album art Holographic Morphic Resonance(12") ID&T HOLO 002 Netherlands 1994 Sell This Version


Holographic - The Definite Holographic album art Holographic The Definite Holographic (Comp) 80 Aum Records US 1993 Sell This Version

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July 31, 2012
edited over 6 years ago
Holopgrapic made a lot of fantastic hardtrance/acid under various aliasses, all in the distinct Holoprapic style on the 80 Aum Records label. In 1994 several tracks were released on ID&T/Arcade Thunderdome CD's and two vinyls had been released for ID&T's mainlabel. At their top they featured on the highly appreciated "Mystery Land - The European Dance Festival" CD album with 5 tracks, a live coverage from the Mysteryland 1994 party.
At the end of 1995 Ed & Dave abandoned their Holograpic project and stopped producing their distinct style. In 1995 Ed & Dave's main focus was on producing Happy Hardcore under the Alias Critical Mass and released severall hits on ID&T's sublabel Pengo Records. When Hardcore gabber started to become less populair by the masses in 1997 sales dropped and ID&T discontinued almost all it's (hardcore) sublabels and Pengo Records was one of them. Since then Ed Bout and Dave van Hasselaar we have not seen any releases from them anymore. I really wonder what they would do by now and if they still have a box with their vinyl productions.. I (almost) do :) !!


February 28, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
This is a brilliant group! Holographic aka Critical Mass deliver the one in a kind sound that really marks a person. The word for their style would be trancecore.. they suberbly mix hardtrance/acid with Hardcore and Industrial, giving their tracks a very spacy feeling. Almost like travelling in time and space at once. The music is very good, and well produced, altough it can become repetitive. Some tracks like Hardcore Future and Androgyn were clear references in the Gabber scene back in 1994. Altough the sound could also be of interest to the trance/goa public, this was always a Hardcore act, participating in such legendary events like Mystery Land 1994.
Their releases are quite hard to find nowadays, but if you do find them, buy them, you won't be disappointed.
Unique sound, with unique feeling.

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