Trancentral brings you a taste of 5 new releases released today! Nano Records launched a new 4 parts EP series by Circuit Breakers, HOMmega Records released a massive 4-tracker EP by On3 (Samuel Wallerstein of Black & White), and BMSS Records, Digital Om Productions & Dropzone Records released some fresh tunes as well. Check them all out here.
Circuit Breakers (Dickster & Burn in Noise) released “Explorations Part 1.” on Nano Records. The EP is the first in a 4 parts series to be released during 2016. The first part featuring 2 acid-infused tunes, with tumbling bass-lines and intense psychedelia. There is non-stop action on this release, that sounds like it was written & produced during a real explorers journey to a far galaxy. Trippy!
Listen to “Venera 7”, the first tune of the EP:
HOMmega Records released a fresh EP by On3. On3 is Samuel Wallerstein, an experienced psytrance producer who was part of P.P.S. project (with Felix Nagorsky, Timelock) and Black & White (with Yaniv Biton). After a smashing release on the reputable Platipus records, Samuel return to his home-label with a fantastic 4-tracker EP. “Code 321” offers a unique psychedelic experience with a stylish combination of Old-school psychedelia and top-notch sound production. Great release by the Israeli label, that left us with an urge for more of the same.
“Sonic Arts” EP by Lunatica was released by BMSS Records. The EP features 2 energetic tunes: “Sonic Arts”, which is a draker, night-oriented tune, and “Mundo Lisergico”, which is more Full-on oriented. Both the tracks focus on causing mayham on the dance floor, with their pounding basslines and countless psychedellic elements.
Starlab teleport you to Tokyo with a new release on Digital Om Productions. The track fuses Progressive beats and vibes with subtle Goa melodies. The India-inspired vocals and the Tibi synth lead that enters towords charges the track with an emotional charge. the tune becomes a real emotional one that enters towords the end.
Dropzone Records released a fresh single by Soul Six. It is a remix that the Israeli producer made to “X-Noize – Bad Company”, and its quite good. The catchy melody of the original is here, and the remix adds some up-to-date touch with a pumping triplets segment. Listen to it: