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REVIEW: Indecent Noise & Johann Stone - Rimur out on FSOE Clandestine

Up next on FSOE Clandestine, Indecent Noise & Johann Stone join forces for the Nordic inspired 'Rimur'. A high octane production which pulses energy throughout, this is a record that will have every clubber encapsulated from start to finish.

Dimitri Kechagias review:
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 [item value="10"]Beat and Rhythm[/item]
 [item value="10"]Basslines and Groove[/item]
 [item value="10"] Melody [/item]
 [item value="10"] Synths [/item]
 [item value="10"]Vocals and Lyrics[/item]
 [item value="10"]Breakdown[/item]
 [item value="10"]Climax  / Drop / Crescendo / Pay off moment[/item]
 [item value="10"]Intensity, Drive and Energy[/item]
 [item value="10"]Sound-design and Arrangement[/item]
 [item value="10"]Overall Atmosphere[/item]
 [item value="10"]Goosebumps / Shivers moments[/item]
 [item value="9"]Emotional affinity and heartfelt moments[/item]
 [item value="10"]Originality and Inventiveness[/item]
 [item value="10"]Dancefloor Efficiency / Festival Arenas Effectiveness[/item]
 [item value="9"]You can’t get this memorable track out of your head[/item]
 [item value="9"]It has potential to become an anthem or a classic[/item]
 [item value="10"]Indecent Noise & Johann Stone - Rimur[/item]
 [content title="Summary" label="Overall Score"]Indecent Noise and Johann Stone collaborate for the first time on FSOE Clandestine for the massive psy tech trancer Rimur. If you like it darker rougher and in your face this is definitely the track for you. Energetic psy trance basslines, pounding drums, plenty of acid overtones and most importantly a very surprising breakdown with cinematic male vocal choir that will travel your mind to faraway places. The climax is powerful and bass focused with clever effects, vocal snippets and vicious underground madness that simply keeps the crowd on the dancefloor asking for more! #PureBassPower Love It[/content]

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