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posted a comment on Ed Rush & Optical - Wormhole. over 3 years ago
Yes, this coherent album sounds like a DnB/BB masterpiece (1998 year wise).
posted a comment on Gregory Esayan - Innerspace. over 4 years ago
Beautiful tracks from talented Russian trance producer! Cheers and kudos to Gregory!
posted a comment on Ricardo Villalobos - 808 The Bassqueen. over 6 years ago
Long time ago this genre definitive song had literally become part of my life. It's so beautiful, so introspective - words cannot express that. It's best to dwell into this song by progressively listening legendary 2000s deep house compilations from... See full review
posted a review of Swayzak - Groovetechnology v1.3. over 6 years ago
A definitive set of what could be described as "emerging minimal sound" of early 2000s. It's not overly consistent though, but some parts of this set are truly amazing, such as Bitstream's and Michael Mayer's songs, and of course Ricardo Villalobos'... See full review
posted a comment on John Talabot - ƒIN. over 6 years ago
That's just a musical phenomenon. Very specific kind of bliss. All the melodies make you feel like raising your arms and face to the sun. Build and release... Incredible tension-releasing moments.
posted a comment on The Field - Looping State Of Mind. over 6 years ago
Not quite as good as the first two albums and certainly not as definitive as the very first album, From Here We Go Sublime, but still very good.
posted a review of Hernan Cattaneo* - Balance 026. over 6 years ago
It's quite good. Especially the second disk. It's a little slow by Pro/Tech House standards but quite structured and evolving.
posted a comment on Pet Shop Boys. over 6 years ago
Pet Shop Boys has always balanced wry, quintessentially English lyrics with unforgettable melodies and danceable electronic rhythms, and in the process have become one of the greatest current examples of a successful marriage of art and commerce -... See full review
posted a review of John Creamer & Stephane K - I Wish You Were Here. over 6 years ago

I will turn the other day and see your face appearing, disappearing and reappearing in my mind and I wish you'd just... stay. Dangling and lingering, thinking of you I wish you were here, I wish you were here,... See full review
posted a review of Petter (5) - These Days. over 6 years ago
Rather than love, than money, than faith, than fame, than fairness... give me truth. The best versions of this song are in legendary James Holden and Sasha compilations.
posted a comment on The KLF - The White Room. over 6 years ago
The classics of techno. Got to teach, and everything you'll learn will point to the fact that time is eternal.
posted a comment on Snap! - World Power. over 6 years ago
A definitive album. In this case you should really believe the hype and it's not a sequel. Searched and searched where is the justice couldn't find it. So in God I trust this mind to. Here I stand at my own command, not a follower not a leader - an... See full review
posted a comment on Ferry Corsten - Once Upon A Night Vol. 3. over 7 years ago
The first disc is very very good. The second disc is kinda so-so, not as good as the first one, but the ending is still OK.
posted a comment on John Digweed. over 7 years ago
John Digweed is a DJ's DJ. The beauty of what he does lies in just how different he really is from his contemporaries. He has created and maintained a level of integrity that is the benchmark for both DJ's and producers globally. In fact, he has... See full review
posted a comment on John Digweed - MMII. over 7 years ago
A deffinitive collection of tracks. "Mandalay Deep Love (Charlie May Remix) Remix – Charlie May" is a very good ending for this set.
posted a review of John Digweed - Live In Argentina. over 7 years ago
Very good collection of discs. All of them are very good. John has consistently been one of the most respected, analyzed and imitated DJ's in the world. Without heroic pretensions his sets are filled with moodiness and musical mystery but held down... See full review
posted a comment on Oophoi* - Behind The Wall Of Sleep. over 7 years ago
Reminds me of some childhood emotional memories. Emotionally, directly transforms me into some long forgot memories of my 1980s.
posted a comment on Oöphoi - Athlit. over 7 years ago
The final track here is magnificent, amazing.
posted a comment on Oöphoi - Mare Vaporum. over 7 years ago
To my opinion this one is probably the best album my Oophoi.
posted a comment on Swayzak - Fabric 11. over 7 years ago
This is probably the best disc in all Fabric series.
posted a comment on Antiloop - LP. over 7 years ago
The classics of techno forever.
posted a comment on Shapeshifter (6) - Delta. over 7 years ago
It's a musical phenomenon for their unique blend of heavy soul with drum and bass.
posted a comment on Max Cooper - Expressions Remixes. over 7 years ago
The ambient version of Sea of Sound is even better than the original.
posted a comment on Max Cooper - Expressions. over 7 years ago
Sea Of Sound - brilliant work of master - so emotional so structured.
posted a comment on Will Saul - Balance 015. over 10 years ago
The second disk is fine, especially the closing part of it. Kinda minimal and deep. The first and most of the third disks are no good at all. I've rated this album 3/5 on a general scale, but if I were to rate it comparing to the Balance series I... See full review
posted a comment on Joris Voorn - Balance 014. over 10 years ago
Stellar album. Deep, grounded, progressive, groovy...