Etic "Feedback"

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Review by PKS
Second album by Etic out on Trancelucent Productions...

Etic (Etay Harari) from Israel surprised many people in a positive way when he released his debut album Touch Ups on Trancelucent Productions in 2004. He gave us some really groovy, dark progressive tracks that were appreciated both by darkpsy lovers and the progressive crowd. Now he is back with his second album on Trancelucent.

Etic "Feedback" Trancelucent Productions 2005 (TPCDIL013)

1. Got My Senses Back
2. Wishes
3. Last Tune
4. Electrical Inspiration
5. Untitled Yet
6. Miscommunication
7. Aspects Of Music
8. Feedback
9. Late Echoes Of Goa
10. R U Cool?

He starts with a pretty slow, groovy track with a waving sound going through the entire track. We also get some nice and crispy sounds and scary movie samples. Track 2 has some crystal clear sounds, really cool echoes and a nice, pumping drift. Something for early night. Quite dark and mystic from beginning to end, but with some nice lightening melodies above. Track 3 goes even more groovy. Totally deep, drifting trance. Itís rare to find such deep, trippy tracks from Israel these days. Nice one. Track 4 is a really heavy, pumping track, with great echoing, crispy sounds. Pleasent for listening on your head phones or for an evening on the dancefloor. Track 5 goes the same trippy direction. Really mystic sound picture all the way. Perfect for the night.

Track 6 goes even more night time. Itís very drifting all the way. No tak offs, just trippy, floating trance. Track 7 is my favourite track on this album. Deep and trippy, quite fast progressive trance. Something for flying on the dancefloor. Nice! Track 8 has the album title. Groovy, pumpy track with some atmospheric sounds going in and out of the track. Not bad at all! Crystal clear sounds all the way. Finally, track 9 goes another direction. Here we get a nice, relaxing chill out track. Floating vibes with dubby beats. Sounds like a last track on an album, but we also get something on track 10. This one starts weird with some evil laughter. Then it turns into a break beat track. Quite interesting.

This album is even better than his debut album. Some really nice, groovy progressive trance here, mostly of the dark kind. Also nice to see that he adds a break beat track and a chilled one at the end of the album. For sure one of the best releases from Trancelucent Productions so far.

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