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Various Artists - Occurrance (Oxygen Records, May 2006)

pr0fane
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Posted : May 27, 2006 16:38
Artist: Various
Title: Occurrance - compiled by Djane Nem
Label: Oxygen Records
Format: CD (Jewelcase with standard 4-page inlay)
Released: May, 2006
Cover: http://217.160.138.169/pic_b/oxy1cd004_b.jpg


Review:

Oxygen Records is a relatively new label, founded in Czech in 2005 by the two DJ's TV and Nem, but now based in Barcelona, Spain. The labels focus is on euphoric morning trance, and so far the first 3 releases (the compilations "Satellite" and "Parsec" and the debut album by Spectra) has had a quite high quality compared to similar releases in the scene. The newest output from Oxygen Records is the compilation "Occurance", compiled by the in-house female DJ Nem, and with a promising tracklist of well-known morning acts, plus a few interesting comeback-tracks from Native Radio and Highpersonic Whomen.


01. Setherian vs Highpersonic Whomen - Floripa Sunshine [140 BPM]
The first track is an interesting collaboration between the Brazilian DJ/producer Setherian and the Finnish progressive act Highpersonic Whomen. Finland isn't exactly well-known for progressive psytrance, but when Highpersonic Whomen, a sideproject to Haltya and Pelinpala, released their debut album "Alternative Energysource" back in 2002 it received quite good feedback, and I personally consider it one of the hidden gems of the progressive genre. With that album in mind I had quite big expectations for "Floripa Sunshine", but it never really reaches the extraordinary level of the highlights from the old album. That said, it is a good opening track though - not quite as fluid and epic as the old Highpersonic Whomen stuff, but more focused on the grooves.

02. Sound Field - One Step Above The Sun [140 BPM]
The Israeli act Sound Field is certainly established as one of the most loyal acts on Oxygen Records, so far appearing on all the labels compilations. The most well-known member of the act is Andy Yakovlev, who is also known for his projects ProSect, Sonify and ICO, and it looks like he and his acts have a bright future ahead of him. "One Step Above The Sun" is one of the best tracks I've heard by Sound Field or the other projects he's been involved in: strong on grooves, and with different catchy layers of melodies that complement each other nicely, this a very positive and energetic progressive morning-tune. Nicely done.

03. Echotek - Endless Run [140 BPM]
Echotek from Israel is up next with "Endless Run". It's a quite intense progressive morning track, and the atmosphere is slightly darker than in the first two tracks, with only a small hint of melodies. It's basically an ok tune, not downright bad, but unfortunately I find it to quite typical for his progressive/full on crossover sound which, in my opinion, hasn't really evolved in the last 3-4 years.

04. Triptych vs. Sim 1 - Silver Trip [144 BPM]
Following up is a collaboration made by the french TurboTrances in-house act Triptych, and Sim1 from South Africa, who hasn't released much on his own, but is involved in the project Silver Surfers with his countryman Nate Protoculture. Compared to Triptychs recent releases, "Silver Trip" seems more straightforward and in this case this is definitely a good thing: very euphoric and no-bullshit melodic morning full on of the best kind - awesome.

05. Setherian - What Was Lost And Forgotten [142 BPM]
"What Was Lost And Forgotten" is the compilations 2nd contribution by the brazillian DJ/producer Setherian, and it is certainly the stronger of the two. It's a stunningly beautiful piece of music running for well over 10 minutes, with some truly amazing larger-than-life pads and long, airy melodies. What's most amazing about this tune though, is the way that he avoids going into a predictable cheese-fest, with some very clever melodic twists and turns, smart grooves and surprising breaks along the way. Excellent.

06. Chromosome vs Rumble Pack - Hypochondricals [138 BPM]
The Swedish act Chromosome (also known as Andromeda and Soul Surfer) team up with Rumble Pack (also known as Blue Vortex and Natural Flow) from Switzerland on "Hypochondricals". It starts out with a very promising intro, and develops into a more or less typical uplifting Chromosome/Andromeda production with naive, playful melodies. It doesn't really contribute with anything new, but on the other hand it really works, and I consider it one of the best tracks he's been involved in lately.

07. Spectra - Insane [135 BPM]
Next up is a the Portuguese duo Spectra, who released their debut album "Beyond Belief" on Oxygen Records last year - an album I consider one of the stronger full on albums from last year, despite the obvious recycling of old full on formulas. "Insane" is surprisingly enough in a whole different ball game though - the BPM is lowered 10 BPM, and the result is a very optimistic, tribal house-inspired dance-floor groover. Good track and an interesting development from these guys.

08. Visua - Sayonara [138 BPM]
Visua from Mexico has released a couple of very good tracks lately; most noteworthy was his track on the latest "Spindrive" compilation from Spintwist Records, and "Sayonara" is certainly also a solid track. It has some very nice upbeat grooves, melodic peaks that never really go too far, and is generally a good progressive morning/daytime tune with both dancefloor friendly grooves and a positive attitude.

09. Native Radio - Downtschaggi [140 BPM]
Last but not least is a long-awaited return of Native Radio. "Downtschaggi" is pumping progressive with a distinct tribal layer - it certainly has the Native Radio sound, but is more melodic and faster than their output on the "Chiba City Blues" album. Sadly it is maybe a bit to understated and "old" compared to similar tracks in the style, and even though the German duo don't do much wrong here, it just doesn’t leave as big an impression as I had hoped for.


Bottom line:

Oxygen Records are marketing themselves as a morning trance label, and I can only concur - the psychedelia might not be the absolute priority on "Occurrance", but the uplifting, non-stressful sounds presented on this release is definitely perfect for those blissful morning moments, after you've been digging to harder, darker beats the entire night. Like expected it is a very pleasant mix of progressive and soft full on tracks, but it is definitely more on the progressive side compared to their first compilations "Satellite" and "Parsec". Like on those releases, the quality here is pretty high, but where the two earlier compilations both had some annoying fillers, the weaker tracks on "Occurrance" weren't downright bad.

In short, "Occurrance" is another enjoyable morning-compilation from Oxygen Records, and definitely a valuable DJ-tool for the summer season.


Favourites:

1, 2, 4 (!), 5 (!!), 6, 7, 8


Verdict:

8/10


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Posted : Jun 7, 2006 04:28
Va - Occurrence (Oxygen Records) Compiled by Dj Nem

Format : CD (standard 4 page insert)
Cover art : http://ip23.dyn181.pacific.net.hk/show/cover.asp?titleID=5713


The Oxygen crew is back once again with another great morning full-on compilation. This time DJ Tv takes a break and lets Dj Nem offer us her taste in music. This compilation offers 9 new and unreleased tracks from artists around the globe, covering France, Brazil, Israel, USA and more.. There are a few new artists to the O2 roster as well that offer some interesting tracks. Here is the tracklisting :

1. Setherian Vs Highpersonic Whomen – Floripa Sunshine
2. Sound Field – One Step above the Sun
3. Echotek – Endless Run
4. Triptych Vs Sim 1 – Silver Trip
5. Setherian – What was lost and Forgotten
6. Chromosome Vs Rumble Pack – Hypochondricals
7. Spectra – Insane
8. Visua – Sayonara
9. Native Radio – Downtshaggi


Lets see whats in store for us :

Seth teams up with HW to start the groove on this comp, with very relaxing melodies and a very minimal bassline. As this track slowly progresses, it gets a little harder, but it seems to want to maintain a very steady progression and it never gets carried away. There is no better way to start a set as the sun rises. This one is filled with warmth. Although the kick seems a little too fast for the emotions in this one, its still very fresh to listen to.

The great Sound Field returns as our savior on all the previous O2 releases. They are back with a more relaxing sound, following up beautifully to the previous track. They almost have the same groove, only you can hear that trademark Sound Field sound and you get the impression that at some point, this track is going to explode. Although it never really explodes that way some might like, this one also seems to be content with staying very melodic, yet minimal since the melodies never really evolve.

Echotek is something new for O2, the sunshine slowly sets as he gets installed. The bassline in this one is dark and the melodies are a lot deeper right from the start. This one is a little less morning and much more dancefloor friendly, yet its not really “Full-on” because it is very progressive and it breaks down a lot.

Silver Trip takes things up a notch once again, as this one is a lot darker than the last, and feels a little faster as well. It has a Russian style bassline without all those retarded psych sounds all over the place. After the first break down, the bassline shifts a little and starts to get the groove going. Defiantly the most interesting so far on this CD with simple melodies used in a great way. Thumbs up to the French !!

Seth makes his second appearance on the CD, only this time he show’s his own creation. Buckle your seatbelts because we are in for a long one. A whopping 10-minute track, by far the longest on this compilation. This one is a little complicated to digest, as it seems like 3 tracks put into 1. This one drags and drags until the last 2 minutes of the song, when finally this one turns very interesting. You have got to give him credit for the originality on this one, but chopping a few minutes off wouldn’t hurt the overall progression. Once again, I love the ending.. J

Okay, its time to cool off in the shower for a little bit, as Chromo and Rumble Pack team up to slow things down a little. This one has the same formula as the previous one, as only the last 2 minutes stand out to me as things start to rock a little more. Solid ending.

Spectra is hear to stay it seems as he is the first to release a full length album on the label and you will quickly understand why.. I really didn’t know what to expect from these guys as they have a few tricks up there sleeves, offering madess full-on or more progressive beats. In this one, you find the one that appeals to me, more proggy choone. Insane is in fact very slow yet its has lots of grooves and its progression is a little more emotional than all the tracks on this comp so far. It has a little tribal feel to it hidden behind the bassline. Look out for these guys !

Visua is something new to my ears as I never heard anything from them. This track leaves a pretty ok impression I guess. It is also very empty as a track and doesn’t drive much, yet there is a little magic in this one. There are some good idea’s but, well, I dunno, just doesn’t do it for me.

Native Radio is also something new to my ears. I would almost call this one techno, seeing its repetition in almost all the sounds used. It starts off groovy with a cool bassline but it quick gets old. This one also has a little tribal feel and some interesting melodies yet the depth of the emotion is debatable.

All in all this is an ok CD if you like relaxing morning stuff with a couple of really cool tracks. I much prefer Spectra’s album to this compilation, but only because it lacks variety in the sence that all the tracks are pretty mono-toned. Its like a crossbreed of minimal and neo-full-on.. J

My fav’s are : 2, 3, 4!, 7!!

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Posted : Jun 8, 2006 16:21
Im glad u guys like the slower tracks. keep tuned cause more will come!!
Cheers to u all
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Posted : Jun 8, 2006 19:00
Thanx a lot for the positive reviews guys! I have to thank to you for both of us Nem and me. I also love (for sure) most of the tunes on this VA.

But the track that is really special to me is the Seth´s second one - (number 5 on the compil)...i mean this is true peace of art. I donno if its still psytrance or full on or prog or whatever...its simply a music.
And once u get deep into this track its like a "gimme more and more:))"

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Posted : Jun 17, 2006 07:08
Im glad u guys liked my stuff..anf congrats Nem & TV for a great compilation.           The Devil Is In Detail!
guy cohen
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Posted : Jun 22, 2006 11:12
I want write some comments about this comp too :

1. Setherian Vs Highpersonic Whomen – Floripa Sunshine
What a smiling begining to this cd...
This tempo is just perfect...amazing groove with tons of good energy. This track is kind of proggy-full on, very atmospheric and rolling. This is such an enjoyable track...it's so east to connect with it - simply a good music.

2. Sound Field – One Step above the Sun
The introduction here is so brilliant !! the kick's enterace is so pumping and danceable. A morning track with all the right elements and effects. It's suprising to see a high quailty progressive on the European style, which came from Israel. The sunshine never feels so good...great work guys !

3. Echotek – Endless Run
The second Israeli guest on this comp. is Micha Yossef. Echotek's music is always special with new ideas and here he takes the music closer to the dance floor. A massive track...very active and live. The melody which follow the track all the time is very nice and cheezy. The piano playing in the middle of the track is adding a lot of sensitivity to the track and make the heart & legs work together . Micha - you genious !

4. Triptych Vs Sim 1 – Silver Trip
The tempo is going up here to 144 BPM and you can feel what is the direction of this track - dust on the air. The track is lead the listener to hallucinate trip. The brake on 04:00 is almost make me cry together with the music - very beautiful melody which explode together with kick one minute later and make a huge hole in the dance floor. A super melodic track with full power like it should be. The combination between the powerfull South Africa style and the soft France style is rare and excellent.

5. Setherian – What was lost and Forgotten
10 minutes & 34 seconds of pure art ! this track is like a long and intersting story. A delightful track without any defined style. I can feel that there is some personal story behind this track. I don't really know how to describe it, lets just say that you MUST listen it and no chance to disappoint.

6. Chromosome Vs Rumble Pack – Hypochondricals
When two talented projects unite together, the result is must be good. A down tempo progressive with the unique touch of Mr. Nilsson and of course and rare groove of Philip & Andreas. The melodies have a very important part on this track and together with the proggy baseline - everyone are happy and smiling !! delicious !!

7. Spectra – Insane
I did not connect much to this track. An avarage progressive with clubby influcnces like the cheezy melodies and the whole atmosphere. Maybe this track can fit for a building of a melodic proggy set, but there is not something new or speical here in my opinion.

8. Visua – Sayonara
Rodrigo Raggi from Mexico is another new comer for me. Visua is present a different line of progressive - the kick is fatter and all the flow is slower and calmer. I personally enjoy it a lot as home listening track...very recommended for the noon time with target to relax and chill from an exhausting day. Trsut me, track will do the job well...and maybe will make you jump from the chair and shake a bit .

9. Native Radio – Downtshaggi
Unfortunately this friendly trip is get to the end and Djane Nem decided to close with track of the lovely Germany project - Native Radio. Please close your eyes and let the track the control to take you to another dimension. The track did not so made for burn dance floor or something like that, it's simply a comfortable track with nice flow and good tempo for the end atmosphere.

Now it's my turn to thank Nem, the artists and all Oxygen crew for an excellent compilation without stress or too much noise...just a pure music with soft feeling of freedom and fun.

ND
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Posted : Jun 28, 2006 22:59
Hey guys, thanks for the reviews.

Highlights for me were the tracks of Setherian, a pleasent surprise from Spectra and good energetic track from Triptyh Vs Sim 1.

Lovely compilation, for the reason it has a pleasent morning motive, pscyehdelic flavour adds a good effect and makes it different from other progressive compilations.

Sadly more and more CD's got lost in flooded scene, hope more people will hear it.

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Posted : Jun 29, 2006 01:48
The first half of this compilation is really interesting (I only heard the first half).

In spite of the absence os samples all the tracks called my attention, specially Setherian and Triptych.
Good one!
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Posted : Jun 29, 2006 15:11

Realy nice!
Keep up the good work. ; )
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Steve00
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Posted : Jun 29, 2006 20:47
Definitly one of the best releases from Oxygen, for me is the best, really interesting stuff in this one.

When I bought the CD I didnt know what really expect of this and what surprise for me, Tryptich, Visua and Setherian tracks made just an amazing work "Dancefloor Tracks" Outdoor Parties, I wish see more compilation like this one in Oxygen, they drive a pure groovy way with a really structure to Full On to Progressive for real

My favorites:

Triptych Vs Sim 1 – Silver Trip
Setherian – What was lost and Forgotten
Visua – Sayonara

Keep up the good work



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Posted : Jun 30, 2006 01:04
V/A - Occurrance

Cover: http://tinyurl.com/jsw5l + http://tinyurl.com/kazk5

Artist: Various
Title: Occurrence – Compiled by Djane Nem
Format: CD (jewel case)
Label: Oxygen Records (Spain)
Cat. #: OXYCD004
Distribution: Arabesque
Date: 22 May 2006

Track listing:

01. 08’24” Setherian vs. Highpersonic Whomen – Floripa Sunshine
02. 08’47” Sound Field – One Step Above The Sun
03. 07’19” Echotek – Endless Run
04. 07’05” Triptych vs. Sim 1 – Silver Trip
05. 10’34” Setherian – What Was Lost And Forgotten
06. 08’17” Chromosome vs. Rumble Pack – Hypochondricals
07. 08’04” Spectra – Insane
08. 07’44” Visua – Sayonara
09. 07’35” Native Radio – Downtschaggi

.m3u-playlist: http://tinyurl.com/fmcg8 (all tracks!)

Review:

Early mornings/late nights…

Oxygen Records was based in the Czech Republic for the first three releases, but for the 4th the labe relocated to Barcelona, Spain… The musical focus remains the same though; uplifting morning trance fused with rich progressive bits and pieces… As usual the track listing reveals mainly well-known names – including a few surprises… All hand picked by the label persona Djane Nem… Let’s find out what floats her boat…

Let me take you thru the tracks…

#01: Setherian vs. Highpersonic Whomen – Floripa Sunshine [140 BPM]
Christian ‘DJ Seth’ Zahn from from Sao Paulo, Brazil is an Oxygen Records regular… Just like his debut album Multiverse, most of his tracks possess a well-balanced mix of progressive trance and uplifting morning elements… Not all his stuff has been essential for me, but he certainly has made some fine tunes… On this track he’s joined by Justin Space from Finland and AFAIK this is his first commercial HW release in over 3 years… This track is just what you’d expect – a rich, lush blend of uplifting morning trance spiked with groovy, progressive bits and pieces… It’s uplifting, lush and funky… Not bad at all, but a little edge or a couple of surprises would have been the icing on the cake…

#02: Sound Field – One Step Above The Sun [140 BPM]
Israeli producers Andy Yakovlev & Liron Atia are also Oxygen regulars… I’ve liked everything I’ve heard from these guys and their track of the 2006 PsyBooty compilation ServeEm2wice was nothing short of amazing… And sure enough, this is another sure fit hit from these elusive producers! This is phat, groovy and endlessly funky progressive trance with the slickest, smoothest progression I’ve heard in a while… The middle run with the swaying, morphing synth line is destined to send a shockwave of smiles thru the summer festivals… Fan-fucking-tastic!

#03: Echotek – Endless Run [140 BPM]
Next up is another Israeli producer: Micha Yossef (One half of Neo Logic) who has released music in a steady stream since the crack of the millennium… This is a pretty typical Echotek track – it has both progressive and full-on elements – and the melodic side is the most predominant… The kick is much more emphasized than in the previous tracks, but luckily it’s accompanied by some phat, swirling reverbs which are the main attraction in this track… They sound absolutely lush, and I’m sure they’ll work absolute wonders on the dancefloor… Sure it has cheesy moments, but somehow they don’t bother me at all here… Nice track!

#04: Triptych vs. Sim 1 – Silver Trip [144 BPM]
Tritych (Charles Michaud) from France takes on South African Sim 1 (Simon Malherbe of Silver Surfers fame)… On this track there’s not much space for progressive elements – this is pure, unfiltered in-your-face psytrance… Ultra-sharp electronic hisses twirl about, accompanied by a banging bass and general party-like-it’s 1999 feeling… Uplifting party music for sure! Nicey nice!

#05: Setherian – What Was Lost And Forgotten [142 BPM]
Mr. Zahn is back with yet another piece of hybrid trance… Again it’s slick, smooth and well-polished, but I’m afraid the novelty is starting to wear off… Again I’m in desperate need of some edge which this track does not possess in a way I’d have preferred… Sorry, but this is a 10 minute snooze fest… By the time there’s finally some progression in this track it’s too late as I’m already fast asleep… Yawn!

#06: Chromosome vs. Rumble Pack – Hypochondricals [138 BPM]
The very productive Swedish producer Anders Nilsson is joined by Philip Guillaume & Andreas Maerki from Switzerland… None of these acts have been particular fav’es of mine in the past, but I gotta admit that this track has appealing elements… The rhythm section has a very nice crunch to it – and the reverbs and the twirling little melodies are very slick… It all ties up nicely, and this is a sweet little tune… Works best as home listening and as a transition tool for DJs… I’m not sure how much I’m gonna remember it in 3 months time though…

#07: Spectra – Insane [135 BPM]
Paulo Oliveira & Francisco Oliveira from Portugal released their debut album Beyond Belief on Oxygen Records in late 2005… A pretty nice album – without being overly impressive… Anyway, what we get here is a track that’s not just an extension of the album… This is in fact a change in direction for Spectra – and a change to the better mind you! As the BPM count suggests, this is pretty laid back, mellow and smooth progressive trance with epic, club trance elements… And it totally works! The subtle acid-bits are placed just right! I hope the guys continue down this path, coz it totally works… Lovely tune!

#08: Visua – Sayonara [138 BPM]
So far I’ve only heard a couple of tracks from the Mexican producer Rodrigo Roggi Montiel, but they’ve all been excellent… This track excels in being the most minimal one on the entire disc – but it still manages to maintain a funky groove… It’s a funky as it is simple! Organic, ripe progressive trance… Maybe not a hit for the dancefloor, but for home listening it works wonders... Perfect for stoned sofa trancing!

#09: Native Radio – Downtschaggi [140 BPM]
And here’s another comeback. Bastian Hoffmann & Michael Geissen from Germany hasn’t released new material for at least a couple of years… And this might just be a track made years ago – it certainly has a somewhat dated, technoid appearance… It’s very reminiscent of the minimal, teKk-trance like that swept across Germany in the early years of the new millennium… Not particularly bad, but I’m not sure how well it works on a 2006 morning trance compilation… A decent track that seems oddly out of place…

Despite a couple of less good, mediocre tracks this is still the best Oxygen Records release! There are a couple of really excellent tunes here + a couple more ‘pretty nice’ tunes… So yeah, we’re slowly getting there with Oxygen Records. Flow wise I’m not sure how well this compilation works though… The BPM count is bouncing up and down and there’s not really any coherence… Anyway, perceived individually, there’s still some excellent music here – and the CD doubles as both a DJ tool and a sofa trance remedy… The cover art work is beautiful as always with Oxygen Records… Nice!

All in all a pretty nice compilation – without being amazing! But things are picking up for Oxygen Records, and it’s still a label to look out for in the future… Both progressive trance fans and morning trancers will find something to satisfy them here… Enjoy!

Favourites: 2(!!), 3, 4, 7(!), 8,

DeathPosture


External links:
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Posted : Jul 3, 2006 00:10
Nice review DP.

Glad you liked our track Album is in progress.

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Posted : Jul 3, 2006 16:12
im not have the opportunity of listen this compilation, only a demos, but the reviews are be nice, so i think than this cd are great.

!! i want my copy !! joke

Shalom.


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Posted : Jul 4, 2006 01:07
bunch of nice reviews here with pretty good release. oxygen is on a rush nowaday and im very glad to see this... good music is always welcome and here with 9 tracks of mild progressive sound label strikes just perfect! it is all about top of proggy scene at the moment. it is even bit at glamour side. bit commercial in fact... but who cares? it is progressive and it has to be shining and bright!
all of tracks are building very organic and very nice positive feeling deep inside me. no rush no troubles and all things are under friendly control thanks for this gentle wardship to all artists who participated... just cant mark anyone espesially - you're all did great effort and this disc is a highest respect to all listeners.
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Posted : Jul 7, 2006 23:35
Thank u guys for such a nice reviews! Its very interesting to read others opinions …for example I would never call this trax as minimal even though I love minimal just its for me different music. For sure it’s the thing of terminology but also of the feelings. And its impressive how the same music can infuence so diverse. But really appreciate your honour expressions!

To steve00: I hope that will be able to continue compile cds as Occurrance in the future.
Our label has not any boundaries of full -on or proggy or whatever…We just want to release smart music

Im glad u are so f…ed up from the track of Setherian like we are. We are now selecting trax for his upcoming album Postrancepose and its gonna be really Blesk!

I hope everyone who like Occurrance has an original…hahahahhha;))
C ya at Boom!
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