A second 12" from Sinister Funk, the Israel-American trance connection. After their intensive track in The Digital Dance of Shiva, Mintfunk, they hit even harder.
The A side, Propulsion, which also appears on Heavy Machinery compilation, features great drums and percussion work- driving groovy drumming covered with nice psycho sounds. Massive bass, minimal spacey sounds flying around, creating a spooky atmosphere surrounding those relentless booms. This track is hard work for dancers, squeezing till the last drop.
Go Deep, on the B-Side, is a real weird one, a lot of swishing sounds right from the start, background bass which you can feel, but not hear somehow, very mechanic and psychedelic sounds flying all around. A slowly building up sonic experience, in which it seems nothing really happens, and yet it keeps you glued to the journey, which you discover is a packed and rewarding one, going deeper and deeper. A great atmospheric night journey to open a set, or to let people's body rest a bit, while leaving their mind working hard.