They don't call it psychedelic trance (commonly known as psytrance) for nothing. With a pace much faster than the speed of light, Insoluble is a well-oiled, flawless machine, and not surprisingly, is also incalculably complex. Kindzadza (Leo Greshilov) has a thing for spacey sounds, as heard in his previous albums, but this time massive improvements materialized. The most notable advancement is that the album is mind-bogglingly glitchy, which happens to be the album’s preeminent feature. With silly science fiction-ish clicks, beeps, and boops playing to infinity, this album may induce the most definitive mindfuck you'll ever have. The sound could be described as the sound of an alien symbiont wriggling its way into your brain, eventually flicking the “party hard” switch. The machine that the album creates could be imagined as a spaceship, which also happens to be controlled by the possessed human previously mentioned. On “party hard” mode, the ridiculous looking human would have many adventures in his spaceship - all that could have been avoided if he had never been possessed in the first place. Still, the end result is a fun, confusing spectacle, with gut-punching alacrity. Highly recommended.
Review seems a bit short and informal to me, but the album piques my interest.
I've recently gained interest in psychedelic trance but I've no idea where to start other than random youtube videos, so I'd greatly appreciate it if you recommended a few tracks from this, the ones you see as best.
Only about halfway through Chiba Showers but I got to say... While it's not really my cup of electronica tea, I kind of like this. I'm a bit surprised and maybe disappointed that there's not enough slower, more atmospheric portions. I mean this relentless slab of psytrance feels like techno's response to Reign In Blood. Okay maybe not really but still.
Either way I like this, thank you for introducing me to it.