If your idea of halcyon times revolves around dream-like melodies and organic, shuffling drums, then you're come to the right place. Diamond Days evokes memories of early 00s trancey German techno, but with more subtleties. So while the title track revolves around a grinding bassline, it's the slinky double bass that stands out. Similarly, on "MIjal", Egokind serves up a typically epic, buzzsaw bass-led arrangement, but the hooks are woozy and psychedelic and the beats stepping rather than straight. While "Fade Me" and "Blood" see Egokind revert to more traditional Cologne-style trance, "Nuba" is indicative of more progression, with glassy beats and angelic vocals layered over the off-beat rhythms.
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