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Mindex – The Adventures Of Multi-​Dimensional Caterpillar

Free Music | Downtempo, Drum 'n Bass, Psybreaks | June 10, 2013 | Released by  | Posted by Basilisk

Mindex – The Adventures Of Multi-​Dimensional Caterpillar
01 - Spring Madness (feat. Do) (85 BPM)
02 - Funky Monkey (85 BPM)
03 - Sambuca And Milk (85 BPM)
04 - Zephyr (86 BPM)
05 - Electroshock (85 BPM)

Mindex is a Russian producer who always surprises music lovers with his tasty blend of different genre influences. Here on The Adventures Of Multi-Dimensional Caterpillar he tells the story of a creature who lost herself in a strange dimension. Every track describes another funny adventure for this playful caterpillar, triggering amazing events. Get into the sound and unexpectedly find yourself on the dance floor or maybe in another reality! Mastered by Time Resonance Studio with artwork by Slava Semenikhin.

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Released under a Creative Commons licence for noncommercial usage.


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  • Phyllis Dingbat says:

    Excellent! Quirky and individual.

  • Tuatara says:

    Wonderful music by all means, happy that its available for free! My favourite track is Zephyr

  • freSh4k4feLi says:

    So fckin chilled out mix!
    Thanks again!

  • IDIFTL says:

    Thanks for this! SWIM will be using it for hyperspace adventures!

  • Taksha says:

    yay! Great stuff with very nice swing and good musical ideas – perfect for my chill sets!

  • Felicity says:

    Nice! so much fun!

  • Mar Schiavon says:

    I love this project!

  • Robert Zooch says:

    Excellent! Mindex music always rocks!!!!

  • Blood says:

    Wow – original, upbeat and fun! A great little EP!

  • Remember when the world was run on sexy downtempo jazz with a dash of airy guitars and drum and bass progression? You would be lying if you answered yes, because that never happened. Mindex decided it was about time to throw out some quirky originality for all to enjoy, putting together an uptempo set of DnB tracks. Typically, drum and bass gets pretty old after a while. We all have been there. When you first discover the genre you think to yourself, “Well golly gee this drum pattern is fucking great!”. Then, three albums later, your making fun of it with friends. This is why It is refreshing to hear innovation, and apparently it takes a space shifting insect to make this happen. In fact, I am pretty sure if I close my eyes for long enough, I can join this “multi-dimensional caterpillar” in a joyful journey. I love the theme and find it highly entertaining.

    I will admit, this album took a little bit to get use to. It has a lot of melody. The style, however, is extremely rewarding. The constant fancy jazziness creates euphoric happiness… and I feel the need to dance! As I listen to these tracks, my body gets up and screams. The artist really knows how to get people up and moving, using a combination of funky grooves, jazzy influences, and dead-on fantastic drums. It reminds me of the classic surfer rock from the 70s, mixed with old school uptempo styles and rocking jam sessions. From the very beginning in Spring Madness, Mindex takes pride in being different with his drum lines and guitar riffs. Then, in Funky Monkey, he takes on a more electronic feel with a handful of juicy synths. Best of all, it is all proper quality.

    If you enjoy dancing to chill out beat grids mixed with a nice collection of real instruments, then you need to download this right now. The pace is perfect! The vibes are excellent! Sure, it gets pretty repetitive, I mean it IS drum and bass, but you know what… I don’t care. This character fills in all the gaps, keeps things interesting, and brightens the mood of any room with nice tunes. If you want a sample, listen to Sambuca And Milk around the 3:45 marker. That is so cool. There are many moments like that, jamming out with some kickass organs, smooth guitars, and deep bassos. Personally, I find this to be one of the better drum and bass albums out there and consider it to be innovative to the core.


  • Mindex says:

    thanks for a such great review!!!

  • Mr. Iboga says:

    GREAT release, its goin in my record box for sure, i think perhaps someone should animate it, that would be splendiferous

  • This really takes me back to the early 2000’s when I “got into” dnb. Nice and breezy drum n bassy……

  • Shoe says:

    Thanks for one of the most enjoyable listening experiences I’ve had in awhile :) Love the dnb, love your vibe. Keep it comin mate!

  • exiom says:

    Wow, thank You so much for this release. I’m into jazz, psychedelic and dnb for sure. This has all in one great package.. Thanks again, cheers :)

  • JoeX says:

    The last track is so extremely happy :3 i like it a loooot!

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