KiloWatts – Ground State (cd Native State Records)Posted on 05/03/08
The 5th album of this North American project is a release you should discover immediately! If you like a mix of groovy techno sequences and pure dubby parts, KiloWatts has a lot to offer. The debut of “Ground State” is mind-blowing! The dubby side slowly excels reaching climax on cuts like “Two Parts” and “Old Twisted Trees”. The main force of this project is the mix of influences, which make it ultra fascinating. The dominating space atmospheres are another characteristic of KiloWatts and definitely remind to the psytrance style. The psychedelic touch slowly grows through the listening and possibly can lead the devoted listener to a state of total hypnosis. This is the kind of album, which can make you high, but aside of this possible mental state, KiloWatts only confirms and increases its potential! This is a great piece of music!
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Posted by: lahloo on Aug 07, 08 | 10:35 pm
great album....original and fresh.
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