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Katedra (2)We Are Not Alone

Label:Global Sect Music – GSMCD007
Format:
CD, Album
Country:Russia
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Genre:Electronic
Style:Experimental, Downtempo, Goa Trance

Tracklist

1The MoonShip (mix 2019)7:57
2First Contact10:41
3Ring of Fire8:58
4Nagual10:40
5You Are Not Alone9:15
6Alienated Hallucination10:20
7Radiointerference (mix 2019)9:50
8The Edge Of Spaces9:05
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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
We Are Not Alone (8×File, WAV, Album)Global Sect MusicnoneRussia2019

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doctorg
Edited one month ago
Swampdelica 

I don't know which mix I am listening to, but this is interesting and original music. This is Sloa Goa with a relatively slow, measured, unhurried pace. The rhythms tend to the industrial and have a grinding quality to them, which at times seems a bit linear and monotonous; I occasionally wanted more syncopation and percussive drama and different drum and cymbal sounds. However, the simple rhythm section avoids the plasticky psytrance sound completely and does tend to create hypnosis in the listener. Moreover, the simple pounding drums and pulsating bass are well balanced by rotating and whirling Goa melodies full of reverb and echo, often quite quiet and subtle, and most of which do not build to climaxes. This is the opposite of extroverted full on psytrance with its plastic rhythm section and bold shiny leads. Further, the bass is heavy and the sound is quite soft and muddy, almost lo-fi. The overall effect is entrancing - sucking the listener into a deep, dark vortex of murky intrigue. So whilst all the ingredients are familiar, the way they are mixed together is unusual enough that a strange new dish is created: introspective industrial scifi Goa. For me, the primary impression is of a swamp. I'm calling it swampdelica. Original! Just goes to show that there's more to this genre than we often think; imagination is the main limitation. ~*~
PS - beautiful cover art!