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  • Release Date 2011-11-23
  • Label Indeks Music
  • Catalog INDEKS028
The imprint, which claims to be the most avant-garde label of the country , presents it's new creation to the impressionable audience. The futuristic release created by the producers Egor Boss, Etapp Kyle and Unbalance tells the life story. About the time. About how it important to be here and now. And even about the fact that hundreds of empty bright promises worth nothing in comparison with the simplest embodiment of the real promise. To much lyrics? But its only at first sight. We are sure, that inquisitive desiccated ear immediately distinguish the truth from the fiction. Because the creations of the true masters will speak for themselves.

Thin and fruitful approach Egor Boss, in this folder of tracks, has marked underlining of his own sound shape - a rigid, uncompromising techno. Ego II brings risky form of sound, but that is the reason for extreme demand in a special layer of listeners. It's something that we call impressive, because all of us return to Ego II in some moment.

Comes from Germany, due to the fate, he had chose Ukraine as a base of development and now he affects by the unique sound. It is obviously all the fault of an impressive musical baggage, created with the help of local music school teachers. Plus, an incredible performance artist and philosopher rolled into one. The simple musical pattern cleverly disguises the main theme. But, keep your eyes open - new time requires concentration and attention. Especially on details.

The mysterious Unbalance successfully competes with the great British poet, Shakespeare, asking the age-old rhetorical question: to be or not to be? By the way, as opposed to half-hearted readers of the British poet, a Russian producer knows the answer on this question. While melting in the sounds of ambient techno, you can not formulate otherwise. Definitely TO BE. With Indeks Music, of course.
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