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Etnica - B-Sirius (Spirit Zone, March 2002)

___kaz
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Posted : Mar 19, 2002 22:43:26

1. Slow Motion 7:20
2. Be Serious 8:52

T1: Slow Motion shows a direction that has been developing in Etnica's music, and since Chrome, it was just a matter of time before we get some progressive and housy grooves out of them. Slow Motion does this masterfully, with a bouncy and groovy track. Personally though - this is too housey, even though there are quite a few great psychedelic touches and a well thought out structure.

T2: Starts out at an ultra low bpm, again, very groovy, very percussive. The dark side of Etnica like people are getting to know. Unlike Slow Motion though, this isn't house, not even close. Don't make that mistake by the definition. Four minutes in the track we finally get a melody (the one thing IMO that Etnica stands WAY above the average in). Very cheesy chord progression, I know everyone will probably say "this is so clubby" and such. I don't care. The track ends as an amazing piece of ambient, with a powerful low bpm pull forward. AMAZING.

This isn't what I've grown to love Etnica for, but talent doesn't vanish. And it's nice to see a veteran act search some new boundries for trance, even though I don't really agree with them. But one thing I must say, they've got groove.
___danger
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Posted : Mar 20, 2002 20:39:29
A very very good vynil, especially Be Serious!!! Good to hear Etnica still can make beautiful melodic tracks!
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