Psy'Aviah - Into The Game
Electro, Industrial Psy'Aviah's album 'Ecletric' from last year was one of my favourite releases of 2010. They have now released an EP called "Into the Game", a track made together with Ayria and is taken from that album. "Into The Game" is a great tune, but how does it hold up in this release?

Well, the track itself is nothing wrong with, it is a good tune, but the nine remixes of that track makes me want to go nighty night, even more since most of them ain't all that. The Signal Aout remix got a good beat to it and the Suicidal Romance Remix got a great melody and sound I like, but that is about it. The B-side "Wired Life (Viral Edit)" (not on the last album) is not all that either and the Krystal System Remix of "Voltage" from their 2008 release 'Entertainment Industries' is plain boring.

I am done nagging. After the great 2009 release, this EP is a great disappointment. Still, I have my hopes up for Psy'Aviah's next release, since I keep them close to heart.
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Brutal Resonance

Psy'Aviah - Into The Game

5.0
"Mediocre"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2011 by Alfa-Matrix
Psy'Aviah's album 'Ecletric' from last year was one of my favourite releases of 2010. They have now released an EP called "Into the Game", a track made together with Ayria and is taken from that album. "Into The Game" is a great tune, but how does it hold up in this release?

Well, the track itself is nothing wrong with, it is a good tune, but the nine remixes of that track makes me want to go nighty night, even more since most of them ain't all that. The Signal Aout remix got a good beat to it and the Suicidal Romance Remix got a great melody and sound I like, but that is about it. The B-side "Wired Life (Viral Edit)" (not on the last album) is not all that either and the Krystal System Remix of "Voltage" from their 2008 release 'Entertainment Industries' is plain boring.

I am done nagging. After the great 2009 release, this EP is a great disappointment. Still, I have my hopes up for Psy'Aviah's next release, since I keep them close to heart.
Feb 11 2011

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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