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We get few underground artists featured on Beyond the Record that possess this level of passion for the art and message within their music. This record features an incredible dedication to mastery as sound engineers, but also as songwriters. In this review, we will be covering a total of three tracks "Sako Isoyan & Albert Muri", ReSkull Remix Brazilian DuoBrazilian" & Vancek "Slovenien. From within the underground, these remixes/tracks are one of this year's best releases by far. The soft lyrical passages entwines with the music and message effortlessly. In its entirety, this record is undoubtedly motivated to grasp the listener and becomes quite evident from the first track. The cover art and song titles are also giving light to what you will hear from this release. However, Vancek focuses his abilities as a songwriter and on the music itself; keeping the ability of musical flow at the forefront of the listener's mind. 

All of which - the music provides an illustrative backdrop for an expressive vocal style and brings to life what emotions the remixes are trying to conjure in the fans. The Groups manages to bring a sensation of nostalgia to this release and reminds of the golden era of electronic music while keeping a modern appeal the focal point of each track. Each track will leave you in a daze. These three songs focus more on the trance side of electronica and do so with ease. You could almost picture this music placed in film.

To the betterment of the music, the wording is slurred and showcases a creative mind with meaning and depth. Precision. Accuracy. I feel as though these tracks will appeal to a larger group of people extending to even those who may not particularly enjoy the electronic genre. While this may be an album that can reach the masses in one way or another, this is a record for those who truly appreciate art in a boundary-less form. I find that freeing and compelling for many generations to come.