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Deerob – Deevolution

Free Music | Full-On, Uplifting | June 6, 2013 | Released by  | Posted by Basilisk

Deerob – Deevolution
01 - What Is Wrong (145 BPM)
02 - Allenby (140 BPM)
03 - Younique (145 BPM)
04 - Deevolution (145 BPM)
05 - Nok Out (140 BPM)
06 - Entrance 21 (145 BPM)
07 - Twisted (145 BPM)
08 - 117 (feat. None Like Joshua) (140 BPM)
09 - Lick The Lizard (140 BPM)
10 - Mirage (feat. RomyHarmony) (140 BPM)
11 - Deelicate Peaks 2.0 (145 BPM)
12 - White Coffee 2.0 (145 BPM)

Released by Electro Panic Records, Deevolution is the first album by Deerob, a 25 year-old EDM producer and studio engineer born in Germany and currently living in Finland. After rocking out in metal bands as a guitarist and drummer he began producing psy-influenced electronica as Deerob in 2008. Now, after many years of experimentation, Deerob is ready to introduce his entrancing mix of rock and entrancing EDM elements to the world. Guest on this album include None Like Joshua (vocals), RomyHarmony (vocals), and Roland @ Hard Drive Sounds (guitars). Mastered by Deerob Mastering with artwork by HusO_o.

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1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars Rated 81.44% with 111 votes

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17 Comments

  • M says:

    Interesting album. Perhaps it’s a bit too busy; the tracks are all very short and go too fast, often very confused about what they want to be. For example, track 07 (which I’m listening to currently) is a blend of four or five things that could have been full tracks on their own. The sound is there, the mastering is there, all that lacks is a bit of focus – but that’s what second albums are for :)

  • says:

    sounds like Infected Mushroom.
    It´s not my fav. sound, but I think the organizers could flood you with gigs :p

  • Alien Prime says:

    The Pop-psytrance itself. And yeah, the same as Infected Mushroom.

  • LeMozz says:

    I’ve listen psytrance since the 90 and this is a very good album, with a lot of energy.
    Yes it is influence by Infected and Vibe Tribe… but not in a bad way.
    Concentrate yourself on the good critics, because you.ve done an amasing job !

  • Claudio says:

    Stupendous rhythms and melodies. Super !!!

  • Shaman Flux says:

    Yeah, this album is great and totally deserves a much better rating!

  • artcore says:

    DA BEST!!!! UR M8

  • salai says:

    pop vocals and rap parts are totaly horrible and destroy every psychedelic flair….the rest is very energetic, interesting , powerful and happy, the guitar parts as well….i’m confused.

  • giraffe lord says:

    Reminds me too much of BT’s Emotional Technology (which is not a good thing) and not enough like Green Nuns of the Revolution (which would be a good thing) . I think anything on this site with a euro trance/rock cheese vibe is going to struggle to garner public opinion…

  • Tod says:

    I love it, it’s awesome !

  • @SpaceRabb1t says:

    I agree with LeMozz, Shaman Flux and everyone else who thinks this album is amazing. Great energy, superb melodies and I enjoy how busy the tracks are, it really stands out from the boring and repetitive psytrance all the haters in the comments think this album should sound like.
    Really like the emphasis on the melodies and guitars and less on just blasting the listener away, it’s what makes this album so great.
    Even though I can hear the Infected Mushroom influence, this album feels unique and I love it!!
    Keep it up man, great mastering and awesome work!

  • Miska says:

    And I agree with SpaceRabb1t – there’s nothing wrong with influences, everything is influenced by something. The talent is to take the influences and make them yours. This album is a great example of it; full of unique ideas, creativity and pure skill. And it really doesn’t get boring, there’s plenty of variety and details to keep the listener intrigued. Every listening time reveals something you didn’t pay attention to before. Recommended big time!

  • Brent Malik says:

    Great Album! It tell’s its sonic story and keeps the groove. And the production quality is through the roof. Can’t wait for the next album!! :D

  • Alejandro says:

    one of the craziest albums ive ever heard!!! thank you!!!

  • sundrop says:

    I agree with the positive reviews. Been listening to this for a month or so and keep coming back to it. Very well produced and has some great melodies. Only complaint would be that some of the best/funkiest/melodic parts do not last long enough.

  • PsiloCyber says:

    Ohhh theres *more*? :D Liked the “Jayus” album already. <3
    …the feeling when u smoke a bowl n start listenin thru all w/ headfones, and the "woow!" -feeling when u hear a pearl thats defo going into a mix, or one I will even *make* the whole mix around. (y)

  • Ligh says:

    Wow, sounds awesome. I hear some of the OLD infected mushroom influences in the songs. Keep it up!!!


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