2 February 2010
|Green Line (Original Mix)||Anhken||132||B major||7:31|
|Green Line (Ronski Speed Remix)||Anhken||132||B major||8:03|
In 2010, we said farewell to Dima & his indecipherable name.
Green Line (Original Mix)
Between his deep psy-trance, progressive trance on Enhanced, & this copacabana, Anhken was a chameleonic alexandrite, it seems. That's all it does, since this was actually made by Sebastian Brandt & Ludvig Holm.
The style is another left-field surprise, diversifying Vol 7 with its Caribbean ramollescence.
The name is black & white with the style, which is a deep massage, & the tune, which is similarly laidback. It radiates seven shades of perficiency, from the sweeping meadows to the climactic hills. The first wavebreak after the tune intro in particular is a stunning subversion: it's more passive & low-profile. Nepenthean concinnity is the best way to say goodbye, diamondiferity & all. Petrisor? More like petrichor. Or even more accurately, Brandt & Holm.
Green Line (Ronski Speed Remix)
Our driveby copypaster is Ronski this time. Splicing in progressive trance among the OM's bliss is a peek into Speed's acescent mind.
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_Line_(Israel) There's a rainbow of lines. That's war.