WINNER – Best Techno Album – 2006 JPF Music Awards
WINNER – Best Techno Song (Tomorrow) – 2006 JPF Music Awards
Compared to Phasma Elementum, this album is a much more comprehensive, detailed, fine-tuned and better-built musical undertaking. With a new emphasis on big beats, it covers nearly an hour's worth of fresh electronic material inspired by artists like The Crystal Method, Prodigy, Infected Mushroom and many more.Experience haunting, ethereal vocal textures, synths, and melodies meshed with massive, house-shaking drums in “Hourglass”. Nod your head to pumping, aggressive rhythms accompanied by down-and-dirty guitar riffs in “Acid Dominion”. Or, sit back and relax while letting the funky drum, retro synth, and EP grooves of “Endorphin” flow.
This is an album for any fans of electronic music; anyone who wants some fun, danceable, and interesting music to listen to – whether they’re on the dance floor or simply unwinding after school or work. If you’re looking for generic trance beats or light ambient tunes, this ain’t your CD. But if you want to get down to some truly monstrous, old-school beats combined with a vast array of acoustic, ethnic, and synthesized sounds in ways you haven’t heard before, then give this album a shot.
released 23 June 2005
Composed and produced by Andrew Aversa
zircon (Andrew Aversa) crafts a unique style of 'electronic organic' music, featuring futuristic sounds, cutting-edge production, and huge rhythms, combined with emotional melodies, deep harmonies, and enveloping atmospheres.