31 de julio de 2008
01. Biogenesis - Funk-Daddy Brakes [07:05]
02. Biogenesis - Musical X-Change [06:55]
03. Biogenesis - Modern Life [06:10]
04. Biogenesis - Bleep Orchestra [06:50]
05. Biogenesis - Where Are You [07:44]
06. Biogenesis - U.F.O [07:06]
07. Biogenesis Vs Painkiller - Mariachi Zombies [06:34]
08. Biogenesis - Harmonic Science [09:01]
09. Biogenesis - Mythical Tales [07:55]
10. Biogenesis Vs Mad Maxx - Bazoom [07:14]
Bio Genesis is one of the most exciting new
projects to come out from Mexico.
Behind Bio Genesis are Mikeldi Murguia and
Carlos Perez, both born in Mexico City, but
are currently living in Spain.
United since childhood, Mikeldi and Carlos
have been making music thogether for a long
time. When they were younger, they both
played in a rock group, and performed in
various local spots, gaining local fame for a
few years. After a while of making music
together, they got introduced to the
elctronic scene and started producing lounge,
and more downtempo music, using several
acoustic instruments aswell as synthetizers
and computers. Further on, they discovered
psytrance and were instantly attracted to
this new style of production.
Bio Genesis is now known for their unique
fusion of sounds and groovy rhythms, which
combine the more melodic elements, with more
experimental synth sounds and driving beats.
Bio Genesis have been releasing music with
artists such as CPU, GMS, Mekkanikka, Xerox
and Illumination, Sirius Isness, Atomic
Pulse, Painkiller, etc, as well as in various
International labels, which has been a factor
to their rapidly growing reputation.
LEER MAS . . .
01. SWT 07:11
02. There They Are 08:27
03. Granum 550g 06:45
04. Sokkuram 07:34
05. Dancing Stars 07:32
06. Freedom For All 05:57
07. Psychedelic 07:48
08. Bubonic Lust 06:46
09. Peace In The Holy Land 07:30
10. Hesla 04:35
11. Dreaming Pilots 07:33
Mutant Star was formed in the year 2000 by two
members of Demimonde Alliance...
...which was a coalition of artists formed in the
90-ties in Pragues underground scene and were well
placed in the Czechs charts with their dark
rock-album Mutant Star. The interchange of artist and
title is a remarkable idea and it would be no wonder,
if they could outnumber their rock-album sales.
The electronic sound of Mutant Star is strongly
influenced by the Goa-Parties of the 90-ties, but
they put it to a further stage, especially the sound
quality is outstanding. Most tracks would fit in any
Psy-Trance-Party and the second track There they
are is just a killer. But this album has so many
innovative sounds, that it is just a pleasure to
enjoy it at home, nothing is too harsh, some is even
progressive, some is a little dark, but in any way it
is a different kind of Psy from Eastern Europe.
LEER MAS . . .