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|Sasha & John Digweed|
Northern Exposure : Expeditions
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
The latest in the Northern Exposure series of trance-techno journeys undertaken by two of the most respected DJs in the world, Expeditions finds Sasha and John Digweed fashioning a set from some fine underground cuts. The ... more »
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The latest in the Northern Exposure series of trance-techno journeys undertaken by two of the most respected DJs in the world, Expeditions finds Sasha and John Digweed fashioning a set from some fine underground cuts. The disc carries the atmosphere of Jean Michel Jarre while maintaining the pace and energy of Orbital. Using Breeder's "Tyrantanic" as their warm-up, the dynamic duo seamlessly utilize simple techno beats with the likes of Jayn Hanna's "The Light," pumping after-hours house such as Mono Culture's "Free," and deliciously simple trance as in Red Devil's "Gamelan." Maintaining the traditions of previous Northern Exposure sets, there are two different discs for slightly different moods--the first more of a late-night soundtrack, the latter a blue-sky marathon--but both work equally well sequentially or separately. Expeditions is a dynamically balanced dance journey that takes you through many of the vistas electronica and DJ culture has to offer. No phrasebook is necessary. --Steffan Chirazi
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Lawrence F. Edder | 10/24/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Of all the Northern Exposure albums, this one is the most esoteric. It's also a very good album for trance trip'n. I don't know about dancing to it, but I can tell you that I had some of the most wonderful visuals from it.
The second CD in the album starts out very smooth, and builds up to climax (Mess'n Wit Da Bulls). You can get off the ground with this whole album."