A new Trust In Trance compilation by Avi Nissim and Lior Perlmutter. And as always it has an Astral Projection track, this time it’s a faster shorter remix of Cosmic Ascension with DJ Jorg from Dancing Galaxy (the Om Mahni Padne Hum track)- I prefer the original, could have been left out. It's all right if we have one CD without an AP track if there is nothing new! Track 2 is another party stomper from Moshe Kenan & Doron Kosovski- these guys just know how to do it and they have great chemistry between them. Just when you are about to say: “there is nothing original here, I’ve heard it before”, that uplifting powerful melody starts and you have to admit- this just works!!! Track 3 starts the nighttime here, and it should be said that this vol. 3 is different than the first two ones in just that. This is a night music compilation mostly and shows just what is happening to the Israeli trance music lately- more and more night music, less and less melodies. Ido Ofhir & DJ Goblin made a very psychedelic, very trippy track, a bit too heavy and repetitive. The MFG track is also very psychedelic and trippy but- WWWOOOWWW!!! This one can drive you nuts if you’re not careful! Track 5 by DJ Goblin & Yony Oshrat is a beautiful twisted track! This is my favorite in this CD, it keeps changing and moving and surprises me again and again, even after many listens. Amateur Gynecologist - ??? - Weirdest track name I've ever encountered- nice track though, expect a Domestic CD on TIT soon.
The Per Plex track is the first out from my favorite DJ, Ronen Dahan, as a DJ he can do things to people's bodies that they haven't imagined they can take. The track is really complex and evolving, a bit too much, it sounds more of a collection of beginning of tracks as a friend of mine said, but it shows there is something to wait for from these guys. Har-El’s track is a good morning track but nothing outstanding, heard much better stuff from the master. The Oforia track (an ambient remix of the original, that can be found on Psychedelic Vibes 3/TIT) is a good finish for this CD. Mellower (as always with the last track on a CD which involves Avi & Lior), yet heavy and massive sounds, as always with Ofer Dikovski, wouldn’t call it Ambient though.