its Neurodancer again, releasing another module out of the ever growing
stock of unreleased stuff. This one is called "Ilyana To Space" (don't ask
me where I got this name from), I would consider it being "Hardtrance" at
first, however categorizing music into certain styles can be rather hard
and obsolete sometimes. This track was inspired a lot by the music of
Eternal Basement, Patrick Lindsey (aka Bass/Silents) and Virtual Symetry
that were released on Eye-Q/Harthouse in the past few weeks and months.
Hope you like it (I really do this time!), I find the main "melody" (errr,
better say "arpeggio-style") line quite addictive.
News & opinion: as you may or may not have heard already, I left "Abyss"
for good. The reasons are mostly private nature, and even though I am one
of the founders of Abyss, I can't really cope with most of the remaining
members opinion about what the group represents today. No hard feelings,
but when everything has to make sense and be nearly perfect, I'd call this
self-betraying, especially when the ones who preach this pretend that all
this is just for fun.
So what. If you are in need of some module, I'm willing to do some
freelance work. At the moment I'm not feeling like joining any group, but
who knows? So, if you don't plan every little action into some big
masterplan but intend to have fun with some crappy dentro releases, don't
hesitate to contact me, here's how: call my BBS "The Ambush" any time, its
open 24h at +49-8621-64260, running CNet/3 with USR V.#?, or drop me an
email at neurodancertimewarp.insider.org. I'm far too busy (and lazy) to
answer snailmail letters, sorry. :)
Whats left? Oh yes, the greetings list: Terminator/Dusk, Grimlock/GRT,
Atomizer & Cockroach/Crux, Aerosoul, Anti-g & Megaman/BB, Pride/Twisted,
Adon/OMA :), PMK, Johan Torin, MadBart/Appendix, G.D.M./Looker House, bUd,
Dreamer & Spin & Moon & SMC & Dexter/Abyss, xXx/Haujobb, Adolescent, all
participants of the unbelievable (and sometimes unbearable :-) Coconet, and
Saturday 27-Apr-96, about 14:30h, with regards,
PS: if you haven't noticed yet, Ravebusters and their commercial style
shit modules/remixes really suck.