Deeply Disturbed (Yahel remix) ((https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=49a-rGDaK38))
Deeply Disturbed (Violet Vision remix) 134bpm 6:10 ((https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tuHpI4HgUNE))
Deeply Disturbed 145bpm 8:22 ((https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XQs_dv4o3Is))
Drop Out 90bpm 5:22 ((https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dpeavGs0uO0))
YoYo Records (2) – YOYO CS05
Yahel takes Infected Mushroom‘s work to a different realm, using a more progressive build and incorporating a deeper, more emotional sense to this track. The outcome is a tribal/progressive trance tune, with all the soft, fluffy synth work, the searing leads and of course, Berry’s guitar, guaranteed to move some asses on the floor. Violet Vision‘s rendition of Deeply Disturbed (T3) comes from a totally different viewpoint of music. With an acid edge and a big beat approach, Violet Vision take the original sound and manipulate them in subtle, gentle twitches, creating a searing, sweeping groovy track, to be remembered. The fourth track (T4) in this installation is the original one. Enough was said about it. Suffice to say it is still one of the best tracks heard lately, made to rock the floor, and the best proof that rock and trance can indeed co-exist. The final track, Drop Out, is a taste of what Infected Mushroom have in store for the fans, in terms of their much debated “New Style” music. A quirky Intro, with distorted sounds, resonating between analog and digital, this track is more freestyle electronica than your old Infected trance, and pretty good at that. Featuring vocals by Infected‘s own Amit Duvdevani, this might be the first hint of the change undergoing in mushi kingdom.
Keywords: Berry Sakharof, Yom Huledet, Static Dancin, Birthday CDS ((http://www.isratrance.com/cd-reviews/infected-mushroom-berry-sakharof-birthday-cds-d418.html)), Berry’s Yomuledet (Birthday in Hebrew), Ham Al Hayareah (Calor en la Luna) album[ adds happiness and bounce to the song], Minimal Compact’s classic Statik Dancin, Crammed (1981, Infected Mushroom ((http://www.isratrance.com/artists/infected-mushroom-a67.html)), one ((http://www.isratrance.com/reviews/talamasca-xsi-one-d1046.html, Minimal Compact (nice bouncy remix more percussion and a little more psychedelic ), Samy Birenbach’s, Berry & Infected,
|1. Talamasca & XSI feat. Nomad- The Frequency 7:34
2. Spacecat & Pixel- Speedy Tour (Talamasca & XSI remix) 7:35
3. Talamasca & XSI- Tribalagan 7:56
4. Talamasca & XSI- Play the Game 7:19
5. Talamasca- Aries 2009 (XSI remix) 8:12
6. Talamasca & XSI- Hardest we Can! 7:33
7. XSI- Still Here (Talamasca remix) 8:14
8. Talamasca & XSI- Something you Know 7:56
9. Talamasca & XSI- A Smile on your Face 8:20
Talamasca – Psychedelic Trance [Full Album] ᴴᴰ
Talamasca – The Time Machine [Full Album] ᴴᴰ
Juno Reactor -Pistolero (Astrix Rmx)
Talamasca – Level 9 [FULL ALBUM]
Day Dreaming by Talamasca
“Everybody, everybody has the potentials of genius. The human brain is far more
powerfull than a computer
– source ^^ : https://www.musixmatch.com/lyrics/Talamasca/Day-Dreaming ^^
Erez Eizen, Amit Duvdevani, Duvdev, organ –> ((https://infected-mushroom.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=325022)), Shidapu ((http://www.isratrance.com/artists/shidapu-a173.html)), Erez Eizen, Miki Litvak, Roy Sasson & Oren Kislev, suburbs of Haifa, Tel-Aviv area & Zikhron Ya’akov, Impulse Tracker, tRiP, DJ Liran, Astral Child, Vertigo, DJ Eyal Barkan to Avi Nissim (Astral Projection), Sidpao- the Tibetan astrological map,Trust in Trance‘s Israel`s Psychedelic Trance vol. 1: Paradise and Stay Strong, and Vertigo on Israel`s Psychedelic Trance vol. 2., TripOut compilation out on Starchild Records, The Light of Shidapu out on Shiva Space Technology(basically Erez’s project), Ptzatzot (Kajoonk), Over the Sunrise (BNE) & Karahana, The Digital Dance of Shiva, Ido Ophir
The Gathering (1999)
Classical Mushroom (2000), the full on sound in B.P.Empire (2001) and the rock influenced Berry Sakharof Birthday cd single (2002) & Converting Vegetarians album, Jonathan Dagan and Shay Raviv, First Sign Of Communication, Ozric Tentacles
“Not among my favourite Infected tracks, but this will for sure rock the out door parties at sunrise, at least in Israel”
The Converting Vegetarians album is a double cd, with one chilled cd and one with banging trance; Gollum vocals
by Le_SDT » Fri Nov 27, 2009 2:46 am
they play ddr in their head and they do play keyboard at the same time
3 keyboards) 1 for foot…
It’s not easy to study!
So much coordination its insane.
OMIX Festival in Mexico, Miami’s Ultra Festival, Tribe in Sao Paulo, among countless others), and they continue to regularly sell-out top clubs such as the Brixton Academy in London, Toronto’s Koolhaus at the Government, and Avalon in New York and Los Angeles
The Gathering(1998) – Inspired by the surreal ambient styles of Simon Posford, X-Dream and Transwave, Classical Mushroom(2000), B.P. Empire, followed in 2001
“Being in the studio is like playing a PlayStation game, where you have to pass a level each time,” says Duvdev. “That’s our goal every time we do a session. The energy that you get at the parties makes you want to go right back into the studio and create new tracks. You need to be in the studio and do the shows; they’re both connected to each other. Our mission now is the same as when we started out, and that’s to get Infected Mushroom’s music out to more people.”
They have pioneered their own sub genre of electronic music and are renowned for being the sonic innovators of crafting hypnotic arrangements, complex layered melodies and synthetic rhythms known as Psychedelic Trance, leaving behind all their dying trance cousins in the mainstream.
Vicious Delicious released in 2007, 2009 offering The Legend Of The Black Shawarma, popular track Smashing The Opponent, featured guest vocals by Korn lead singer, Jonathan Davis, collaborations with big rock legend Ray Manzarek (The Doors) and Perry Farrell (Jane’s Addiction)
On their influences: They enjoy groups like Primus, Metallica, Korn, Rage Against the Machine, and Pendulum. Skrillex, Astrix, Eitan ‘Fatali’ Carmi, and Randy Seidman are their contemporaries they respect the most.
“Psytrance is always evolving. Now, many of the huge psy artists who were instrumental in building our scene are moving toward more of a progressive sound; they are adapting to the masses. Maybe some will follow us down a path of versatility. We are making breaks, dubstep, rock, and trance, all heavily influenced by our psy roots. The future belongs to us all, and its limitations are only as great as we make them.”
On Amit’s iPod:
Scary Monsters And Nice Sprites — Skrillex
Beyond The Senses — Astrix
Fazura — Randy Seidman
Moonbeam — Eitan Carmi
Freak On A Leash — Muse
Dim Mak Records, U-R-So-Fu**ed
The first single from the album, “U-R-So-Fu**ed,” is out today and has the duo dipping their toes slightly into dubstep laced with an operatic vocal. Its accompanying video was shot in HD and features the pair matched up against Argentinean wrestlers Lilian Pavone and Norma Álvarez. Check it out here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0DTHEQgses&feature=youtu.be.
Borgore, Zedd and Zia Macovich
Originally formed in 1997 and hailing from Kiryat Yam, Haifa District, Israel, INFECTED MUSHROOM has certainly left their stamp on the electro dance and rock genres, having worked with the likes of Perry Farrell (Jane’s Addiction) and Jonathan Davis (Korn), in addition to twice being voted among the world’s “Ten Best DJ’s” in DJ Magazine (however, they do not DJ).
2009’s Legend of the Black Shawarma (which peaked at #9 on Billboard’s Top Electronic Albums chart) and scored such dance hits as “Killing Time” and “Smashing the Opponent.”
Chuck Berry inventing Rock music in 1955 or Massive Attack effectively originating Trip Hop in 1983…
Electronic music, mega-revolutionaries Infected Mushroom are renowned for being the sonic innovators of crafting hypnotic arrangements, complex layered melodies and synthetic rhythms known as “Psychedelic Trance,” leaving behind all their dying “Trance” cousins in the mainstream…
Ultra Fest in Miami to the Virgin Festival in Baltimore, from Mexico’s OMIX to Cali’s Coachella, to Brazil’s Ipanema Beach, and from Melbourne’s Metro Club to the 2009 and 2011 Burningman Festival in Black Rock City, Nevada
Designed by Vita Motus and V Squared Labs, the creators of Amon Tobin’s legendary ISAM production, the “FungusAmongUS Tour” is a unique visual/auditory journey that will infect each and every participant.
Nocturnal Wonderland (Texas/Los Angeles), World Electronic Music Festival (WEMF) in Canada, Electric Daisy Carnival (Las Vegas, Nevada), and the Opulent Temple at Burningman (Black Rock City, Nevada). All walks of life gather in attendance for the same reason: to experience Infected Mushroom, the world’s greatest Psy-Trance band of the decade