Indecent Noise Everything Is Connected BHCD205 CD 2020 OTTS


Ostinatos presents:

Indecent Noise - Everything is Connected

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Artist: Indecent Noise
Album : Everything is Connected

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Genre : Trance
Date : 2020-10-17
Encoder : LAME 3.100 (-V0)
Quality : 264 kbps avg
4410kHz / Joint Stereo
Track(s) : 15
Playtime : 01:00:33
Size : 120.19MB
Language : English
Source : CD
Label : Black Hole Recordings
Catalognr : BHCD205

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Back to those aforementioned artistic predeterminations then, because
(albeit in the less anticipatable of fashions) Everything Is
Connected explodes many of them. Aleksanders certainly delivered an
album that expands tonally on his known-for remit, but not merely in
the deeper/cooler direction. It also climbs north, (no mean feat when
youre Mr. Acid) to euphoric summits and further still into
hardstyle/core forms.

Not unduly though, Indecent Noise does ringfence a full quarter of his
album for his most favoured studio weapon. From the Wink-esque Worlds
Collide with Lostly, to the squally, stormy Kernel Panic in
collaboration with EverLight, Everything Is Connected slides its
acidic centre-column into place. Further in, Extractor alongside
Renegade System turns the bosh-factor up to 11, while Nightmare Fuel
expounds on the long-dark-corridor-themes of the 303.

Uplifting trance may not be Indecents first go-to, but the assured
nature of the albums altitude-grabbing moments speak volubly of his
abilities. Early on your foundations get a good shake as singer Noire
Lee picks up the mic to send Corey Harts Sunglasses At Night blazing
through the trance prism. Theres also the more chord-and-pad-empowered
uplift of recent single Visions Of The Dream, while Aleksander also
delivers a dazzlingly reformation of Jam & Spoons classic

The album provides conversely cooler moments too. Its one-two overture
is comprised of the scene-setting Brightest Day, which in turn cedes
to the more atmospherically swirling White Lotus. Lekko (the Polish
word for light-of-weight) is housed at Everything Is Connecteds
midsection, is another pause-for-breath moment, and one that develops
pondering poignancy and cinematic ether in equal measure.

The album reserves it biggest punk for its final quarter though, as it
draws inspiration from generation-Rave and channels it into three
incredible authentic close-out cuts. The furiously fast Acen-esque
breaks of Show Me Where To Go take it to the fields, the tracks
chord soar and most of infectious of vocals sealing its deal. Pictures
Of A Gallery w/Diver & Ace ups atmospheres with joyfully hammering M1
piano lines, whilst the unambiguous intent of R.A.V.E. brilliantly
riffs on the riff of Fierce Rulin Divas Rubb It In.

An album that finally allows Indecent Noise the bandwidth to head in
all potential artistic directions at once, Everything Is Connected
will mean much to most.

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1. Indecent Noise - Brightest Day [ 2:27]
2. Indecent Noise - White Lotus [ 4:19]
3. Indecent Noise & Noire Lee - Sunglasses At Night [ 5:08]
4. Indecent Noise & Ontune - Visions Of The Dreamer [ 5:21]
5. Indecent Noise & Lostly - Worlds Collide [ 4:51]
6. Indecent Noise - Lekko [ 1:01]
7. Indecent Noise - Doorway To Nowhere [ 3:41]
8. Jam & Spoon ft. Rea - Be.Angeled (Indecent Noise Remix) [ 4:15]
9. Indecent Noise & Everlight - Kernel Panic [ 4:13]
10.Indecent Noise - Scarlet [ 4:38]
11.Indecent Noise & Diver & Ace - Pictures Of A Gallery [ 3:30]
12.Indecent Noise - Nightmare Fuel [ 4:34]
13.Indecent Noise - R.A.V.E. [ 4:28]
14.Indecent Noise & Renegade System - Extractor [ 4:25]
15.Indecent Noise - Show Me Where To Go [ 3:42]
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