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Aerologic and Notch join forces to produce a slowly building epic house track. Beginning with a kick drum, deep bouncy house bass and tight TR-909 style claps, the track slowly builds with lush melodic pads, before dropping into a haunting piano section and then launching into distorted acidic stabs and building up with pads and synths to bring the track to a crescendo. Psychadelik Pedestrian's chillout mix takes the melodic pads and piano from the track, adding downtempo beats and grooves.
In this EP, Marc Burt revisits his first track Elements, originally produced back in 2002, and brings it up to date. Psychadelik Pedestrian's chillout mix keeps the original gated synth chords and pianos, adding half speed, chilled beats, haunting strings and extended analogue synth riffs. Marc's remix with Aerologic retains the recognisable gated synth and uplifting piano from the original track, adds crisp contemporary beats and launches into a huge, arpeggiated trance riff, adding a sense of energy to the track to get those hands up in the air! Also included is JMD's 2004 hard trance remix, featuring plenty of stuttering, gated synths and pounding trance beats.
Returning with his first release since the Nocturnia LP, Psychadelik Pedestrian presents two new and contrasting tracks to showcase his broad range of styles. Combining warm, uplifting synths and harmonies with a hypnotic melody and chilled beats, Starlight blends trance music and chillout music influences and is reminiscent of tracks such as Cosmos and Nocturnia. Needle Drop takes a completely different feel and blends crisp breakbeats with deep sub-bass, creating a more minimal vibe while still featuring a catchy melody, in the style of previous Pedestrian tracks Twist Turn Slide and Hypnotise.
Back in 2000, Redmann wrote the original version of Zero Gravity which the first track to feature his trademark blend of trance, funky house and chillout. Now, 13 years later, Redmann revisits the track and gives it his chilled treatment, slowing down the tempo and adding spaced-out pads. Psychadelik Pedestrian provides a new chillout mix, adding uplifting synths and plenty of reverb. Also included, and remastered especially for this release, are the JMD trance remix and the breakbeat remix from 2004. JMD morphs the tune into an uplifting yet dancefloor friendly main room trance stomper, while the breakbeat mix adds analog arpeggios along with plenty of tribal rhythms. Release picture courtesy of the US Army: http://www.flickr.com/photos/35703177@N00/1873662527/
We are looking forward to an extended holiday weekend in good old Great Britain over the next few days, courtesy of the Queen´s Diamond Jubilee, so it´s a great time to relax and soak up the sun - or rain! Perfect to help you unwind, here is a new chillout E.P. from Psychadelik Pedestrian featuring two atmospheric tracks. Cosmos starts with slow tingling melodic arpeggios and builds up to a crescendo, eventually breaking into a rhythmic, reverberating drum pattern. Pacific is a laid back instrumental piece built around luscious pads in a similar style to chillout favourites Night Beach and Coral Reef. The image for this release is used courtesy of NASA.
Redmann remixes his God In The Detail E.P. from 2008, retaining the synthesized feel but changing the style and tempo of the tracks. In his chillout remix of Plasma, Redmann drops the pace and adds deep downtempo rhythms while the original synths play the tune at half speed. For his remix of Solar Rush, Redmann pushes up the tempo and reworks the haunting pads and lead into an uplifting house track. JMD provides a bonus melodic trance remix of Force Of Nature, retaining the original tune and adding lush reverb and bouncy synth stabs.
Psychadelik Pedestrian presents three downtempo tracks in this E.P. from Toucan Music. Druids March is an uplifting, atmospheric track which builds up towards an anthemic piano section, featuring a downtempo rhythm and plenty of reverberation. Coral Reef is a relaxed, thoughtful piece with a melancholy feel, featuring warm synth pads and slow, tribal rhythms. The final track, Lullaby, combines children's music box sounds and pianos with a downtempo beat, sub bass and slightly sinister sound effects.
Redmann presents a trio of religious-themed tracks in this E.P. release, all influenced by old hymn tunes. First up is Peace, an instrumental downtempo / chillout track with large trip-hop beats, a moving piano riff and orchestral strings. Let There Be combines house beats and throbbing sidechained bass with arpeggio synths. Friend retains the uptempo, house sound and adds more of an electro feel. All three tracks are free to download in full high quality MP3 format.
An extended release from Redmann featuring three tracks of synthesised club music. "Plasma" is an energetic, pure trance release with rippling arpeggios, laid back synth pads and deep growling bass. "Solar Rush" is a chilled, slightly downtempo track with compressed breakbeats and a catchy synth riff. "Force Of Nature" is an electro-house influenced club track with lush pads and house beats. All tracks are in full length mixes.
Marc Burt's uplifting, slightly chilled trance track gets a makeover, with a brand new harder, tech-trance mix from JMD as well as remastered versions of the original piano trance mix and Psychadelik Pedestrian's haunting, downtempo chillout mix. As always from Toucan Music, all mixes are DJ friendly, full length versions in high quality mp3 format. Release picture used courtesy of the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.