just a little short and -despite the well-made breakdown at 1:50- structurally a little too simple. And... you really should have picked the main theme again after the breakdown. Everybody is just waiting for it.
Sparen wir uns die Diskussion, ob das nun "deep" genug für Deep House, oder doch eher Progressive House (IMHO sogar mit einem gewissen French Touch) ist und werden lieber gleich handgreiflich: "gute Fickmusik" (H. Schneider) ist es nämlich auch :)
Nice to see some real, professional Psychedelic Trance, here on Jamendo. Really warms my heart! Reminds me (without any thought of plagiarism) a lot to Zen Mechanics. At least the low, fast and extremely bass lines and straight, effective drum section. Seorrowmunk, of course, are somewhat darker but are lacking their melodic ritchess, even if melodic elements as the very well-placed synth at the end of "Vanish and Fear" are doing a pretty good job, I sense a little "fear of melodies", here.
Still great and pretty massive psychedelic trance, though I had loved to hear a little more variation. The first four tracks are very much the same scheme - number five, "Little" is quite surprising, indeed, but Depeche Mode remixes are not exactly a novelty anymore - nevertheless, "Little" is nicely crafted and really originally made, it's while still powerful even pretty funny.
The 2nd time ever that I am rating a track 10/10.
Never mind that some parts of the instrumentation sound as smooth and pleasant as eating a year's supply of chocolate bars at once. I don't even care that at least 3 instruments toward the end of the track are introduced without real need or use. Normally this makes me instantly dump a track. Not this one, anyway: it's basic 2 bar progression is solid enough to be considered indistructable and perfect to a level where it can't get tainted by any earthly substance, It is indeed minimized to the maximum, timed perfectly and with any repetition gets you more hooked on it.