Actually, several of the tracks end with really nice beatless passages; they're only short but they're head and shoulders above most psybient, which makes me think that Kindzadza could make a full downtempo album at some point. Perhaps someone should be inclined to fear the dread of vast space, rather than some lurking shadow, for this to be perceived Either way, lovely stuff in my opinion. For me it's not everyday music.
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On paper it has some of the defining characteristics of the genre, kidzadza I didn't mean to give the impression that it actually sounds like other darkpsy, because it doesn't.
KinDzaDza - Insoluble *** Osom-Music 2010
We wish you pleasant surf in a stream of sounds. Above all I'd like to draw your attention to the beautiful ambient outro. As one should have come to expect, Insoluble is an album which tries to redefine what constitutes "psychedelic" and "trance".
It also has melodies. I dont find any really dissapointing tracks, insokuble was already mentioned there are alot of small touches that grow on you over time, the trip lurks in between those little, time warping details whose effects grow with kiindzadza size of the soundsystem.
I was glued to the floor with my feet by some electro magnetic force field while I was surfing through hyperspace. Crystal clear, razor sharp and banging. If anything this sounds like cosmic space travel inter-dimensional trance. Otherwise, this is pretty much Insoluble -by-numbers; there are brief moments of brilliance, but for the most part it descends into rather aimless doodling with noises.
Well, yes; perhaps I should kinzadza written "it's still a natural progression from dark psytrance". Actually, several of the tracks end with really nice beatless passages; they're only short but they're head and shoulders above most psybient, which makes me think that Kindzadza could make a full downtempo album at some point.
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But overall it doesn't fall into any existing templates or subsubgenres or current trends. Excellent review, I agree with most of it! Sign up for kibdzadza new account in our community. As for the album.
This track and the next are probably the most melody-driven pieces of the CD, bearing in mind that Kindzadza's melodies are made of altogether different stuff to most others. I was particularly pleased to hear some of the swaying kick drum patterns that made Enichkin's Beyond the Shadow of Doubt so fantastic kindzafza an appearance here. Kindzadza - Insoluble By RotwangJuly 23, in And they are never the driving force of a track, but are rather used as if they were just another voice among the many weird noises; I daresay the actual choice of notes used, rather than the impression they make as a whole, hardly seems important.
In fact this is what relly makes the sound special imo, that crystal kundzadza and supreme punch that really makes the most of effects. Kindzadza - Insoluble Osom Music. By RotwangJuly 23, in Just wanted to mention that technically this album is damn amazing sounding.
That's kindzafza to say it sounds like anything you've heard before it doesn'tbut it does do that opening track thing of letting the listener know what the rest of the album will sound like without really going anywhere, like the musical equivalent of a movie trailer.
How can you ca this dark? I can't put my finger on why, but I find this the most accessible and immediate tune on the album; the sort a person can have on in the background without really paying attention, and it will still get under his skin and make him want to nod his head in time to the beat.
Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Great album, I got a chance to hear a lot of the tracks on a fat soundsystem during the kdd live at Antaris this year, and have to say it was a great experience. Don't get me wrong, I'm not suggesting that this CD is some kind of quantum leap; it's full of recognisable elements of Kindzadza's earlier works as well as some obvious external influences, and it's still dark psytrance.
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Register a new account. It sounds like something new though you're right about the Highcosmos connection.
And then there are those mechanoid aliens which communicate with me through the music. After my first few listens its transparent appeal led me to fear that Kundzadza would get bored of it quite quickly, but I was wrong - there's actually a whole load of interesting detail that only reveals itself upon closer inspection. Sometimes though it feels like work reaching or waiting for the sweet spots in the tracks.