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Nervasystem - Nervasystem4 Album FLAC

Nervasystem - Nervasystem4 Album FLAC Performer: Nervasystem
Album: Nervasystem4
Country: UK
Released: Jan 2015
Style: Psy-Trance
Label: Voodoo Voltage
Genre: Electronic
Catalog #: Voodoo Voltage 2
Size FLAC: 2233 mb.
Size MP3: 2244 mb.
Rating: 4.2/5
Votes: 250
Record Source: CDr, Album


2Axis Alchemica8:21
3Beyond The Brain (NatCon Remix)5:55
4The Knowle Edge
Written-By, Producer – Colin Bennun
5Form And Shape6:45
6Metadata Tarsil7:29
8Kink Mombaas8:14


  • Mastered ByColin Bennun
  • Written-By, ProducerDrezz


  • Matrix / Runout: RFD80M-794267 80


4 by Nervasystem, released 12 October 2018 1. Kink Mombaas 2. Form and Shape 3. Metadata Tarsil 4. Camelonic 5. The Knowle Edge 6. Interzone 7. Beyond The Brain NatCon Remix 8. Axis Alchemica. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 8 GBP or more. NervaSystem4. NervaSystem - NervaSystem4 2015. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Город: . Listen free to Nervasystem Nervasystem4 Kink Mombaas, Form And Shape and more. 8 tracks 57:10. Will keep you . Crnorizec Hrabar. 3 November 2019 . 17 August 2019 . Album 16. Release 6. Release Date. Today Yesterday Last 7 Days Last 30 Days. Nervasystem 22. InnerZone 8. Shakta 5. Moonweed 4. Aether 3. Subcouds 3. Trinodia 3. Multiplex 3. Lunar Asylum 3. Squid 3. Stream Tracks and Playlists from NERVASYSTEM on your desktop or mobile -. В стиле ЖЖ. Dimmu Borgir 2018 Eonian 2CD BlackMetal SymphoBlackMetal Norway Earth Child 2018 Fragile Psybient PsyChill PsyDub Downtempo Spain Hivetribe 2018 Islands Of Fluor Psybient PsyDub Downtempo Ukraine Balancé 2018 This Is Not An Album Psybient PsyChill Downtempo

I was very surprised when I first played the album, because it was nothing like the “old” Nervasystem – it was slower, more funky, much more organic as opposed to the very cybernetic, raw sound of e.g. “Time Travel”. It is very rich in detail, never gets stale, always develops and progresses into new directions adding layers upon layers of crazy sounds & effects. In some ways, it’s a bit like bunch of loops thrown together on the top of 4/4 beats, but none of those elements is ever simple, trivial or cliché. Despite the obvious sequenced nature of the music, it never feels like it’s mechanically quantized, measured & clinically sculpted to fit the 4/4 regime, which – for me – is a bane of a lot of electronic trance music. Instead, this album is like a beautiful, evolving organism – a tree perhaps? – with sounds & layers smoothly and naturally interweaving, complementing one another to form unique sound patterns. It rarely goes where you’d expect it to go, doesn’t care one bit about the “rules” of psy-trance and doesn’t shy from juxtaposing seemingly unfitting elements together. Basically all tracks are like that – slowly building up to a crescendo, that you wouldn’t normally call a ‘climax’ because it’s so non-standard for goa/psy-trance. There are acid lines, but they’re unlike you ever heard – very dirty, primal and analogue. There are 4/4 drums, but they’re also more akin to some dirty industrial / glitch styles, rarely resorting to typical kick/hat/snare combos. There are melodies, but you’d hurt your tongue trying to hum them – they’re (positively!) lazy, slow-paced and growling. If I were forced to name some musical (or “sonical” – that’s much more fitting) references, I’d probably point to old Koxbox / Psychopod, Process &, OOOD and from more recent releases: Nebula Meltdown, Ocelot, Hedonix. It is this kind on non-goa psychedelic trance, where under right circumstances you can get totally lost in all the nuances, the unearthly atmosphere. It isn’t very dark (as in – nocturnal) music, but it’s definitely moody & deep and requires healthy dose of attention and patience to get the most of it, because – maybe with the exception of “Knowle Edge” written with Colin OOOD – there’s no apparent & clear melodic hooks you could cling onto to carry you forward. But if you commit yourself, you’ll find plenty of those drifting just beneath the surface. This is properly “psychedelic” music.

All in all, I found the album incredibly refreshing as it stands out amongst the crowd of other neo-goa, dark-psy and progressive trance releases as something really novel and unique, difficult to qualify and close in a neatly labelled box. It is high-quality, deep, thought-provocative and meditative music.

To address the controversy - yes, the album comes printed on a factory-grade CDr disc and in cheaply made digipack, but I don’t care as long as my money support an artist in pursuing his own, very unique vision.

And this is definitely the case here.