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Various - Day Zero - Sound Of The Mayan Spirit Sampler II Album

Tracklist

1Jay Haze2012
Written-By, Producer – Jay Haze
2Francesca LombardoCosmic Dancer
Mixed By – Lawrie DunsterWritten-By, Producer, Mixed By – Francesca Lombardo
3Eduardo CastilloAhometa Kuyaxi
Written-By, Producer – Eduardo Castillo
4Pier BucciMayas
Written-By, Producer – Pier Bucci

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5060247386003

Companies

  • Copyright (c) – Crosstown Rebels
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Crosstown Rebels
  • Published By – Copyright Control

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Various - Day Zero - Sound Of The Mayan Spirit Sampler II Album

Performer: Various

Title: Day Zero - Sound Of The Mayan Spirit Sampler II

Country: UK

Release date: Nov 2012

Label: Crosstown Rebels

Style: Deep House, Tech House

Catalog: CRM106

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 1447 mb

Size FLAC: 1359 mb

Rating: 4.8 / 5

Votes: 414

Record source: Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Sampler

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Umdwyn
Day Zero - The Sound Of The Mayan Spirit Sampler II

This EP is very unique, and with the end of the world coming up (2012), it also seems very appropriate.

Opening with Cosmic Dancer, the listener is introduced to a cyber-tribal kaleidoscope of tasteful well produced sounds. Hovering on the emotional tip, this track gradually builds from a Mayan like dream brought on by insufflated Yopo. Both the Mayan jungle and spirits can be heard layered in Francesca Lombardo's masterpiece of electronic dance music.
'Ahometa Kuyaxi' begins with long drawn out horns, and then drops a solid 4/4 beat in the center of the sound stage. A slightly melodic bass line takes center stage, but it's simplicity does not support the haunting energy that was displayed in the immediate opening. Vocals eventually come in, but they are not very exciting, and not do they help develop the track. They really feel like an after thought.
'Mayas' by Pier Bucci opens the B side. Immediately, this song feels like we are back on the track that A1 created. Light Tek-House vibes chug along with none of the sounds taking up to much attention. It has an overall airy feel with the kick and bass- line grabbing your legs and putting a little movement into them. There is also a male vocalist (sample) that helps create images of shamanistic rituals behind your eyes.
Nothing to fancy with this track, but it is well crafted and thought out.
The final tack '2012' by Jay Haze hits with a bit of funk and delay. Slowly, tribal market background sounds form a sonic wall with a nice kick drum stomping in. Neo-Psychedelic lasers shoot from the speakers while a light bell brings the ambience to the forefront. Driving sonic mediation pushes forward, but overall the song does not really develop. In many ways, this song is a DJ tool, and one that I am sure would be good for mixing with the other tracks from this compilation series.
Umdwyn
Day Zero - The Sound Of The Mayan Spirit Sampler II

This EP is very unique, and with the end of the world coming up (2012), it also seems very appropriate.

Opening with Cosmic Dancer, the listener is introduced to a cyber-tribal kaleidoscope of tasteful well produced sounds. Hovering on the emotional tip, this track gradually builds from a Mayan like dream brought on by insufflated Yopo. Both the Mayan jungle and spirits can be heard layered in Francesca Lombardo's masterpiece of electronic dance music.
'Ahometa Kuyaxi' begins with long drawn out horns, and then drops a solid 4/4 beat in the center of the sound stage. A slightly melodic bass line takes center stage, but it's simplicity does not support the haunting energy that was displayed in the immediate opening. Vocals eventually come in, but they are not very exciting, and not do they help develop the track. They really feel like an after thought.
'Mayas' by Pier Bucci opens the B side. Immediately, this song feels like we are back on the track that A1 created. Light Tek-House vibes chug along with none of the sounds taking up to much attention. It has an overall airy feel with the kick and bass- line grabbing your legs and putting a little movement into them. There is also a male vocalist (sample) that helps create images of shamanistic rituals behind your eyes.
Nothing to fancy with this track, but it is well crafted and thought out.
The final tack '2012' by Jay Haze hits with a bit of funk and delay. Slowly, tribal market background sounds form a sonic wall with a nice kick drum stomping in. Neo-Psychedelic lasers shoot from the speakers while a light bell brings the ambience to the forefront. Driving sonic mediation pushes forward, but overall the song does not really develop. In many ways, this song is a DJ tool, and one that I am sure would be good for mixing with the other tracks from this compilation series.