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Psycho Abstract & Lab's Cloud
Lab's Cloud - Kisses to heal EP
"Kisses to heal" is a new EP of Lab's Cloud. And it's now released on Plusquam Chillout.
The debut album of Lab’s Cloud stirred quite some euphoria among lovers of Psy Chill Out last year. Now the Spanish producer from Valencia is back with a new EP that continues the epic story of this last work. The first 4 minutes of A Kiss Is The Best Medicine consist of floating pad sounds only, beguiling the listener and stimulating his emotions in a warm shower of sound. When the relaxed percussions hit in, the journey takes an uplifting turn and rises up high into a realm of shiny harmony. Using an Indian tabla drum, the music of Lab’s Cloud has an organic touch of classic World Music. A Yamaha An1x synthesizer lends to his music an oldschool Goa vibe which is clearly noticeable in the track Wooden Train. Loaded with dreamy arpeggios, this tune stomps along on laid-back 4-4 beats which makes it compatible with both an inspiring Chill Out and an after hour dance floor.
Hardware Interrup Released
"Hardware Interrupt" has been released (Mach 2012) in the new album of Quantica: "Drops of light"
The track is a collaboration between Psycho Abstract and Quantica.
The label: Flying spores
About the release: The Argentinian-Spanish producer Eric Mokotoff aka Quantica, settled down in his studio in Ibiza while mixing and mastering for others artists, Eric was also slowly cooking the 4th Quantica studio album...Now he is back to the party bringing us 'Drops of Light'. Drops of Light is a dynamic trip, starting from 'Eliptica' a prime example of upbeat psychedelic club to the funkiest open air vibes of 'Strange Report', bobbing drop by drop into 'Aural Exciter' a smart combination of psy roots with the uplifting proggy-psy trends, balanced with energized full-On tunes. In the early 90's Eric was the guitar player of one of the most relevant Argentinian reggae bands, echoes of those times are reflected in the collaboration with one of the UK's biggest producer, Bill Halsey aka Cosmosis, a pioneer of the genre. As well and as no less interesting mention to the track 'Hardware Interrupt' in collaboration with the Spanish talent Raul Jordan aka Psycho Abstract. 5 years after the succesfull Quantica album debut, Drops of Light keep the identity of the quantica's basic ingredients. Deep atmospheres, pumping basslines, astounding percussion, psychedelics dialogues, swirling melodies and a funky fresh touch, resulting in 9 quality tracks.
Lab's Cloud - New Album Out NOW