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Reviews CD Reviews (EBM, Electro, Electronica) Electro Age, Vol. 1: The Awakening


Artist: Electro Age Vol. 1
CD Title: The Awakening
Label: Latax Records
Reviewer: Julie Johnson
Date: 7/14/04

 

This is the first CD compilation series by Latax Records. It offers array of electro artists. It has over 15 tracks with many of today’s upcoming electro artists. Some of the songs are instrumental and are great for just totally engages into like “New Mind” and their oftering of “Undercity 2000”, which is a dark atmospheric track with many outbreaks of danceable electronics that had cyber like few. Another great track, and probably the best from this CD would be from Glis and their song “NightVision”. This song had a super EBM feel and was meant for the dancefloor. I was able to get into this song right away. After hearing this song as a listener I would want to check out more material as for the others not so fast. It was great to see Noxious Emotion’s Nobelium (Air- Fire Water-Earth Mix to had to the concept of the CD with music with ritual, myths and I feel this song really portrayed these visions for the compilation. KAJ was new artist for me and I was quite pleased with what I heard, especially with the vocals that were dark and sexy. KAJ has a mix of electro and synthpop and finally another band I would want to check out some more. ThouShaltNot was by next choice for great track. “Without Faith” has more of an industrial edge and hard electronics and smooth vocals. I am familiar with this band and can say they are one of the better artists on this compilation. After a few listens there are just a few songs that still stand out to me which I have mentioned above.

 

 

 


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