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Absolut Shit EP1

Free Music | Darkpsy, Forest | July 14, 2015 | Released by  | Posted by Basilisk

Absolut Shit EP1
01 - Samyaza feat. Jagno Gaia - Crustacean Infestation (126 BPM)
02 - Herbert Quain - Meaning of Life (144 BPM)
03 - Mubali - Swing-A-Ling (148 BPM)
04 - Walpurgisnacht Projekt - The Journey To Yourself (156 BPM)

Absolut Shit proudly presents Absolut Shit EP1, a collection of four unique tracks spanning a range of tempos and styles. Each track contains roots in dark psychedelic trance but also features distinctive elements designed to stand out at home or on the dance floor. Mastered by xaBBu with artwork by Mexican Chocolate Design.

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  • Lassets says:

    <3 Mubali

  • z22 says:

    woah this is some nutzo stuff! Meaning of Life is great

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  • acid_botanist says:

    The title is quite correct.

  • nymphomania says:

    the Samyaza tune is a bit of a mess IMO, oddly slow, and cluttered w/ blocky awkward sampling

    Herbert Quain brings some very bizarre and delirious freeform forest sound, not the most energy, but certainly a strange psychedelic feeling to this song, and good narrative ambient sounds

    Mubali’s song is a MONSTER, wonderful throbbing night time forest full on w/ rich textures and movement. A dancefloor killer!

    Walpurgisnacht Projekt gives us a high powered 9 minute epic tune. Nice tribal rhythm and intensity, a multifaceted/layered sound that can be heard many times. later in the track the dissonant, non-repetitive leads become frantic and sound like alien language. It’s much like the work or Dark Whisper or Xikwri Neyrra, very ambitious.

    interesting very experimental release, latter half is great! 4/5

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