Time has passed since Geenaï¿½s latest weedy excursions on Antinote, but the man is finally back, inviting you to take a dip in a swimming pool filled with molly!Laurent Garnier:
Andrew Hogge (ESP Institute):
"Whole thing is fantastic."
When confronting the backlash of all those pills you light-heartedly ate the previous during the night, Peace, Love & Earth: Mental DJï¿½s Land Vol. 2 might be your best ally to deal smoothly with those never ending morning afterparties of yours: a perfect mix of tribal anthems for happy ravers and a bunch of reassuring, balearically-named, New Age tunes. Even Geenaï¿½s most banging compositions seem to be lurking on the quilted side of house on Peace, Love & Earth. Keep, the most ï¿½Metroplexianï¿½ moment of the 12ï¿½, draws away from the dryness of some of its illustrious Detroit-born predecessors by integrating some liquid elements to its raw structure, while synthetic choir-filled KG
Voice and tribal house Blue Transfer give the impression that they both have been dipped into a big glass of Sizzurp.
Behind the overly suggestive names ï¿½La Islaï¿½ and ï¿½Natural Highï¿½ lay some quality ambient interludes, taking us back to that time when ambient records had the word ï¿½Ambientï¿½ in their names (these two songs strongly remind of Aphexï¿½s Ambient Works or Worms Armagedonï¿½s OST).
Peace, Love & Earth: Mental DJï¿½s Vol. 2 gets as good as the amazing artwork by checkmorris suggests : healing music for quirky party people. PEACE