Free Music | Darkpsy, Full-On, Morning | October 10, 2012 | Released by Surface Tension Records | Posted by Basilisk
02 - Fractal - Nazca (148 BPM)
03 - Binarstorm - Silent (148 BPM)
04 - Gappeq - Cerberus (150 BPM)
05 - Trimurthi - Yagya (150 BPM)
06 - Jirik - On The Root (141 BPM)
07 - Shivatrance - Absorbing Of North Waves (140 BPM)
08 - Seroquel - Serenity (146 BPM)
09 - Smoke Visions - Bongobass (140 BPM)
Butterfly Effect is the second release from Surface Tension Records, a label dedicated to exposing homegrown Czech sounds. The opening is a study of basic tribal beats in endless scary plains by Xatrax, a weirdo from industrial city of Ostrava. Same roots has Fractal, who let a butterfly flap its wings in a mystical place called Nazca. A not really silent storm is coming from the hands of Binarstorm, leading to a little brainwashing. Next is Gappeq, an ugly goblin whose personal bodyguard Cerberus is made from strident steel. A young producer from Slovakia, Trimurthi, the lone intruder from a neighbouring nation on this release, made a Hindu forest meditation called Yagya. Then we arrive at Jirik, a Moravian, who does not hesitate to usher in the rising of the sun with the live elements of On The Root. Shivatrance follows with entrancing atmospheres and a slow elevation of layers, approaching the new day with optimistic moods. Seroquel drops in to provide a bewitching piece with rave-like energy, Serenity. The ending is shrouded in the exotic dubstep aura of Smoke Visions. Mastered and compiled by daemon Fractal himself, this release should make you stand up from your chair, dance around the room like insane, and roll all dance floors everywhere. Artwork made by elvish entity G_Taurus.
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