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Three new tracks released

Three new Imphenzia tracks have been released (click to listen to clips: Liquid Generator, Liquid Generator [Crystal Edit] and Evolution [Extended]). You can also check out this video teaser I posted on YouTube for the new track:

 
The past six months Imphenzia trance tracks have been suffering attention somewhat due to being very busy with the relaunch of Imphenzia Soundtrack. The soundtrack section is a new library of music focused mainly on rapid availability of music for independent game developers (indigamers) and custominzing the site with a fully features shopping cart with automated discount bundeling and direct download access to mp3/ogg/wav versions consumed hour upon hour of development. I've also been receiving requests to create custom music for some indiegames and which has been very exciting and fun. These tracks will be available for promotional use once the games have been released.

Now that the Soundtrack site is fully functional I can focus more on Imphenzia Music again and to celebrate, I've instantly created the new trance track "Liquid Generator". It features a progressing intro (DJ-friendly I am hoping) and then launches into a digital mayhem of melodies. I wonder if it will be too much of a sound scape for some fans, but hopefully feedback will tell :) I'm happy with the result and even though the BPM is slower (140bpm) than some of my more recent trance tracks, I get the feeling that the pace is higher due to the beat and rapid transforming melodies.

Following the creation of Liquid Generator I decided to also make a slower (110bpm) chillout version of the track by extracting the melodies and making it over all calmer with an offbeat rythm. My future aim is to always release a calm version of every trance track I release as some listeners prefer the slower ones. Personally, I like both full on trance tracks and the soothing slow ones so why not :)

The extended version of Evolution was actually created a few months ago but it wasn't publically released. It's basically just a refurbished version of the track with instrument replacement and an extended less hectic layout.

I hope you like the new music and don't forget to spread the word of Imphenzia to your mates. There is no big publicity engine behind Imphenzia and I am totally in the hands of my fans when it comes to spreading the word :)

Thanks all!

Godskitchen New Years Eve 2008

[caption id="attachment_84" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Girls at Godskitchen New Year Eve Party"]Girls at Godskitchen New Year Eve Party[/caption]I had the pleasure to visit the Godskitchen New Years Eve party at Münchenbryggeriet in southern Stockholm for a party presented by Monday Bar named Godskitchen & Polysexual New Years Eve. It featured DJs such as Simon Patterson, Mark Eteson, Russel G, Paul Thomas, Neil Navarra, Lucy Fur, Mark H, Fredrik Thernell, Christian Öhman.

It was great fun and gave me plenty of inspiration for new tracks that would be more suitable for the floor.