Come with me, back into the distant past. Don't mind that wibbly blurry effect and that "WooOOoOOooOO" noise, that's just what happens when you go back in time. We're almost there. All you have to do is click this link and make the transition to April 4 2011!
I've always wanted to say that. If you just took the trip, you'll know exactly what I'm talking about. You'll also have a good idea as to whether or not you'd like to purchase the games going in the return of the potato sack sale on Steam.
"Geometrie" is soothing and hypnotic in a blissed-out way, and the punishing little whip-like sound effects on "Sin" are a nice touch. Lastly, I'm not sure what happened to BS in "1982" but I definitely like it.
One of our favorite Trance artists, <a href="http://www.jamendo.com/en/artist/Araldi_Jonathan">Jonathan Araldi</a> is back on Radio this week with a new album. "Air For Trance" puts samba, waltz, and techno in a blender and comes up with something delicious. "Natural" continues the samba theme with some dreamy reverb, and "Tears Sunny" has a huge one-peak-in the middle shape.
Man, all they had to say was "Brazillian" and "guitar instrumentals" and I was hooked on <a href="http://www.mayconbianchi.com.br/">Maycon Bianchi</a>. "Pollution" reminds me of epic boss battle music!! I know I will take some flak for putting up a song that is uphill for the first half on Radio, but "Dream" was so pretty I just had to put it up.
P.S. I'm surfing The New Pollution (by Beck) now. Anyone want to join? Dylan