Various Artists - Born Evolve Progress 3
Other A fellow reviewer colleague of mine in another netzine called this one of the best compilations he's ever heard, but the flee infested beast that is Brutal Resonance and the wart on its nose that is me is not so easily charmed.

Progress Productions have one of the most high quality stable of artists that I know of, so much quality and talent, and therefore I am actually a bit disappointed to be honest. In my eyes, the bet has in many cases been placed on red and when the wheel stopped spinning, it turned out to be black.

While my first encounter with the Joy Division alike and newly signed Henric de la Cour was impressive and for every time I hear Kite I become more and more in love with them (this time in a Leaether Strip remix), it seems to be one disappointment to match each shout of joy.

The top three artists Progress has is turning out to be the mud of the lake in this compilation. The "Speedrun II" remix of "Lightbringer" has never been a favorite since I heard it on the Covenant single, it's simply to... speedy. Spark!'s remix of Code 64's "Deviant" has been poisoned with helium and Henrik of Necro Facility pretty much destroys the wonder that is "Do You Feel The Same".

On the good side is Red Cell's "Lost", Cryo's "Change (90ies Mix)", Spark!'s "Popkomplex" and Mommy Hurt My Head's "Flawless (pAn alt. Version Mix)". Still, there's simply one band that so far has not ever failed me and that is Titans. Their "Dried Out" builds up so much excitement and tension to their forthcoming full-length album, an album I would trade my own mother to get a sneak peak of.

I love Progress Productions and they are one of my favorite labels, therefore I get extra sad and disappointed when I don't think they live up to the standard they tend to show. Luckily this do not infect and spread to the artists own releases that are all of high quality.
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Brutal Resonance

Various Artists - Born Evolve Progress 3

6.0
"Alright"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2011 by Progress Productions
A fellow reviewer colleague of mine in another netzine called this one of the best compilations he's ever heard, but the flee infested beast that is Brutal Resonance and the wart on its nose that is me is not so easily charmed.

Progress Productions have one of the most high quality stable of artists that I know of, so much quality and talent, and therefore I am actually a bit disappointed to be honest. In my eyes, the bet has in many cases been placed on red and when the wheel stopped spinning, it turned out to be black.

While my first encounter with the Joy Division alike and newly signed Henric de la Cour was impressive and for every time I hear Kite I become more and more in love with them (this time in a Leaether Strip remix), it seems to be one disappointment to match each shout of joy.

The top three artists Progress has is turning out to be the mud of the lake in this compilation. The "Speedrun II" remix of "Lightbringer" has never been a favorite since I heard it on the Covenant single, it's simply to... speedy. Spark!'s remix of Code 64's "Deviant" has been poisoned with helium and Henrik of Necro Facility pretty much destroys the wonder that is "Do You Feel The Same".

On the good side is Red Cell's "Lost", Cryo's "Change (90ies Mix)", Spark!'s "Popkomplex" and Mommy Hurt My Head's "Flawless (pAn alt. Version Mix)". Still, there's simply one band that so far has not ever failed me and that is Titans. Their "Dried Out" builds up so much excitement and tension to their forthcoming full-length album, an album I would trade my own mother to get a sneak peak of.

I love Progress Productions and they are one of my favorite labels, therefore I get extra sad and disappointed when I don't think they live up to the standard they tend to show. Luckily this do not infect and spread to the artists own releases that are all of high quality.
Jul 04 2011

Various Artists

Various artists is used on compilation albums. A compilation album comprises tracks which are compiled from other recordings, either previously released or unreleased.

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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