Sunday, September 26, 2010

Joti Sidhu : Order To Chaos (2010)

Artist: Joti Sidhu
Title Of Album: Order To Chaos
Year Of Release: 23-09-2010
Label: Neurobiotic Records
Genre: Psychedelic / Progressive
Bitrate: 320Kbps / 44,100 Khz / Full Stereo
Total Time: 58:11 min

Tracklist :

01. Joti Sidhu - Fatso
02. Joti Sidhu - Stoned
03. Joti Sidhu - Slogans And Platitudes
04. Joti Sidhu - Touched By Christ
05. Joti Sidhu - Crowd Surfer
06. Psychaos - Psychaos rmx
07. Joti Sidhu - Versace on Acid rmx
08. Joti Sidhu - Beatroot
09. Screenagers - Screenagers

For the last 15 years, Joti has been making his mark and building himself a reputation for nothing but top-notch, masterfully produced rocking psy-trance grooves released on some of the most influential world labels out there. Drawing from a wealth of experience from working with artists such as Juno Reactor, Spacecat, Simon Posford and others, and playing to crowds from Mount Fuji to the Burning Man in the Nevada desert, Joti has demonstrated that he knows how to please a crowd. This album is the continuation of his journey through places and sounds, moving to the future while getting inspired by his old Psychaos style, which was heavily influenced by techno and the underground.

This album features a remix of Psychaos – Psychaos, originally written by Joti Sidhu and released in 1995 on Concept in Dance 2 – Tribal Science, one of the first Goa Trance compilations ever, and a remix of his track Versace on Acid, originally released on his previous album “New Sensations” in 2007.

The bonus track Screenagers is a collaboration between Joti Sidhu and Neurobiotic label manager Edoardo. This track is the title track for their new act Screenagers. They are now busy in the studio creating their new sound and live act, along with a large list of remixes, and their first album will be released some time in the future on Neurobiotic.

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