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PostSubject: SER005 | Synthetic Forest - Nightshade Plants EP   Sat 3 Oct - 12:14

Artist: Synthetic Forest
Album: Nightshade Plants EP
Release Date: 29-09-2009
Catalog: SER005
Label: Scared Evil Records
Cover Artwork: Melan Wastage
Mastering: Extreme Forces
Release Text: Axis Mundi

01 | Synthetic Forest - Nightshade Plants | 07:21 | 143 BPM
02 | Synthetic Forest - Russian Monks | 07:12 | 147 BPM
03 | Synthetic Forest - Somewhere In The Nature | 06:35 | 150 BPM
04 | Synthetic Forest - Restless | 06:12 | 150 BPM

Forest is one of Germany's up-and-coming dark psychedelic producers and
liveacts. Having been heavily involved in the German trance scene for
over a decade, two years ago, he decided to turn his ten years of
experience and learning to the art of music production. This September
of 2009, Synthetic Forest is releasing his debut EP, "Nightshade
Plants", on German netlabel Scared Evil Records.
Synthetic Forest's
music is influenced heavily by his travels and perceptions of the
natural world around us all. The moods of his sounds reflect this
greatly, seeming to be born to be heard in reclusive, outdoor nighttime
environments. As this EP exemplifies, this artist is capable of
synthesizing trance textures ranging from the minimal and atmospheric
to the intense and frightening, with binding themes of hypnotic,
ego-stipping vulnerability and submission to the forces of Nature
herself. Synthetic Forest's style and talent paint an encompassing
example of the feeling of the burgeoning German dark trance scene, and
the world can expect great things from him in the near future based
upon the strength of this maiden release.

Nightshade Plants
opener track of this EP rises from above, descends from below, and
meets you right in the middle. Spacious, organic dribblings add both
atmosphere and acidic edge. Curtains of ethereal wails and woodland
creatures illustrate shadowy scenes under the stars. Just enough
hypnosis makes the bassbeat breakdowns an even more intense contrast.

Russian Monks
up the pace a tad, "Monks" greets you with gutteral vocalizations
amongst crisp percussion and in-your-face bass. Squishy dribblings
tickle your tendons and syncopated highhats lend abstract rhythm. Later
on, pads and bells drape the track's background with chillingly haunted
touches. The mood has completely morphed by the end yet keeping many
consistent elements.

Somewhere In The Nature
A slightly
higher-scale bass underlies this peak-time dancefloor thumper. Markedly
different synth sounds grace the bumpy musical terrain, punctuated by
dominant snare rims and swinging high hats. This is a very busy,
sinister style of a track yet very in keeping with rhythm and
atmospheric mood. Plenty of dissonance keeps your neckhairs raised and
goosebumps along your arms.

This older style,
industrial style kickdrum sets the tone for what evolves into a cold
sweat inducing, feral nighttime rocker. The intensity is downright
hectic from beginning to end, climaxing with well-thought-out flow in
relation to its name and the tracklist. The sound textures range from
the electric to the corrosive to the inimically extraterrestrial, with
waves of tension and release to boot.
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