With 'Trial and Error', the Berlin-based Electro-band Solitary Experiments launches a dance floor compatible appetizer for their upcoming album unto the world right in time for Pentecost. Sporting 11 songs, remixes and extended versions at album length, this Maxi-release is a real bargain deal! Solitary Experiments, Germany's most successful tightrope walkers between Electro Pop and harder synthetic sounds make a spectacular return. As an adequate appetizer for their new album 'PHENOMENA' (scheduled for August 2013), the Berlin-based quartet releases the new Maxi 'Trial And Error' on May 17th, right on time for Pentecost. 'Why think small when you can go big?' seems to have been the band's motto, as the release sports a total of 11 tracks, thus easily reaching album length. The title track is a vibrant tune with hard beats and an aura of instant catchiness which reminds of the golden age of the Future-Pop-movement in the most positive way. A song that is destined to become a club classic, 'Trail And Error' has anthemic qualities without leaning to the shallow side and is a picture perfect example of the band's straightforward motto: 'solid & catchy!' The song 'Eye of the Storm' is also an instant earworm with highly addictive qualities. With an extended cut of the title song plus a superb collection of highly creative and versatile remixes and reinventions (from names like Rotersand, Heimataerde and many more) of both the a- and b-side plus the group's hits 'Delight' and 'Déjà Vu', this extended Maxi release also offers a ton of extra club-compatible material. Electrohead, what more could you wish for? And always remember: prolonged abstinence from Solitary Experiments' music can cause a severe deficiency syndrome!