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Frantic Noise - The Nordland Orchestra Download

Frantic Noise - The Nordland Orchestra Download
The Nordland Orchestra
Frantic Noise
Aug 2006
MP3 album size:
1839 mb
FLAC album size:
1408 mb
Dark Prisma Records


1Frantic NoiseBoogieman Theme7:13
2Frantic Noise vs. PragmatixDone For Good6:12
3Frantic Noise vs. Collapse Skyshack7:10
4Frantic Noise vs. Collapse Ghost Call7:43
6Frantic Noise vs. Collapse Psy Fiction6:34
7Frantic NoiseFasten Your Diapers (Intro)1:24
8Frantic NoiseThe Glow7:20
9Frantic NoiseSpine Screwer7:03
10Frantic Noise vs. AudiopathikLokutu's Welcome7:21
11MegalopsyShit Winds7:19


  • ArtworkDaniel Igarza
  • Compiled ByCollapse , Frantic Noise
  • Mastered ByTim Schuldt
  • Producer, Written-ByMatías Benamo


Tracks are sequenced flowing without pauses between them, but not mixed as beat-to-beat DJ Mix.

BPMs: intro, 146, 145, 145, 146, 145, 146, 147, 148, 136, 82


  • Konetav
Straight outta Buenes Aires… A crazy MF named z1P!

In 2005 Argentinean labels Transition Records and Dark Prisma Records teamed up on releasing Amalgama which was the ‘primer compilado de psytrance argentino’ - The very first psytrance compilation from Argentina! And what a pleasant experience that was. I was really surprised by the the sheer quality level of those Argentinean underground producers. Sure, Megalopsy had wow’ed me before with their debut album The Abstract Machine, (Trishula Records 2005) but this new talent pool really knew their way around a studio and I was especially impressed by the level of experimentation and by the fact that it wasn’t just another boring, formulated full-on compilation… It was really good, versatile stuff within the darker realms of psytrance!

Frantic Noise is z1P (Matías Benamo) from Megalopsy’s solo project and on this, his debut album, he’s joined by a bunch of his mates from and around Argentina… Let’s find out what they came up with.

Holy smirks! This album beats the shit out of both the wonderful Megalopsy album The Abstract Machine and the lovely Amalgama compilation as the best thing ever to surface from the South African side of the Southern Hemisphere… That’s right, this is stellar stuff and there’s nothing even remotely close to a boring, predictable track here… The stand-out tracks are many and even the less good tracks are still pretty damn sweet! I’m very impressed and from where I’m sitting, the future of Argentinean psytrance looks very bright! Keep it up gauchos!

The artwork by Daniel Igarza is eye candy – and the informative booklet is just the icing on the already delicious cake. Another reason why this album rocks! Fans of the first compilation and Megalopsy fans needs to own this, and fans of eclectic, experiemental psytrance should most definitely also look into it... Trust me, it’s worthy of a lot of attention... I’d even go as far as to call it an essential 2006 release... Enjoy!

Favourites: 2(!), 3(!!), 4, 5(!), 6, 7, 9(!)