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Mat Zo - The Lost / The Found album flac Performer: Mat Zo
Title: The Lost / The Found
Style: Progressive Trance
Released: 2010
Country: UK
MP3 album: 1592 mb
FLAC album: 1649 mb
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: AAC MOD AU AUD WAV AA DXD
Genre: Electronic

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Mat Zo mixed disc 2 of the forthcoming Anjunabeats Worldwide 02 featuring 'The Lost', out on 10th May. On the flip, The Found is a tougher, more driving affair thanks to its innovative, buzzing electro bassline and bubbling bleepy melodies. Coming from left of field, a melody-filled breakdown full of weird trippy euphoria then drops into more gnawing electro basslines before Zo works his magic melodies back in like only he can. Comentários. Omid Oliver Jannati28 dias atrás

Damage Control is the debut studio album by British electronic music producer Mat Zo. It peaked at number 1 on the US Billboard Top Heatseekers chart, and number 7 on the US Billboard Dance/Electronic Albums chart. The album was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Dance/Electronic Album in 2013. All tracks written by Matan Zohar. Easy" and "EZ" contain samples of "Nothing Better" performed by Colourblind.

Mat Zo The Found скачать и слушать. Mat Zo. The Fractal Universe. Yoyo Ma (Original Mix). Land Of The Free (Original Mix). See It When I Believe It. 4:43. Near The End (Original Mix). Near The End. 7:46. Bipolar (Original Mix). The Lost (Original Mix).

Mat Zo - The Found (from TATW Mat Zo - The Found (Original Mix). Mat Zo - Meaning Lost All Words. Mat Zo - Vice (Official Video). Mat Zo - Says Without Going. Mat Zo - The Lost (Original Mix). Group Therapy 304 with Above & Beyond and Mat Zo. Driving To Heaven (Mat Zo Remix) - Tiësto. Mat Zo - Near The End. Mat Zo - Bad Posture.

The Lost Mat Zo. 6:55. Lost and Forgotten Scars of the Forsaken. Lost and Found (Acoustic) The Great Perhaps. A Meal I Do Remember The Coterie.

Tracklist

1 The Lost (Original Mix) 8:58
2 The Found (Original Mix) 7:47

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ANJ-161D Mat Zo The Lost / The Found ‎(2xFile, WAV) Anjunabeats ANJ-161D UK 2010


Comments: (1)
Endieyab
Mat Zo may not be a new name to some people following the Trance & Progressive scene recently, but if you have yet to really hear this 20 year old Londoners' productions then this would be the perfect start. I cannot think of better way of describing his talents other than saying that he is an absolute genius, from day one he looked like a real superstar in the making and he made the DJ Mag top 150 last year aged just 19. However this is a release not artist review, so let’s get to the point.I am a massive fan of Anjunabeats as you can see if you take a look at my collection, but this release has to rank in my top 5 Anjuna releases of all-time. First up is "The Lost", running at 132BPM and 9 minutes long it's very progressive but it has one of the richest basslines and most textured layering you will ever hear. Combine that with one of the most beautiful vocal samples ever, a looping, meandering, Asian-esque chant, which makes you float on cloud9 and you’re almost there. To start with you are introduced to a very nice throbbing bassline, which is softened up with a few light ambient sounds and broken up by a sharp but equally discreet rasping background synth-like effect. Soon after (around 0:30) the vocal sample is faded into the basic intro melody, this then progresses into the first real break (0:57) where the second looped melody is used. After this subtle build-up and main melody intro there is progressive development in the overall sound, which then leads to the simply epic breakdown. At around 2:50 the true beauty and emotion of this track is clear to see with a very chilled and almost Balearic breakdown, which uses the chant-like vocal loop and main melody to great effect. This near 'religious' meltdown of wonderful ambient tones and discreetly searing synths eventually gets a Super8 & Tab-like rumbling build-up (4:50/5:05) and the track is up and running again. However, do not expect an explosion of synths, bass, and heavy kicks, as this is more than just Progressive Trance meets new-wave Electro-Trance EDM. Instead you are gently dropped away from your meditative state back onto planet Earth with a progressive outro which uses a few additional peaks and breaks (both subtle and effective) that cover all key aspects of the track - bassline, synth layering and the vocal.Next up you have "The Found", a cheekier, chunkier and much more club-friendly Progressive Trancer (136BPM) with a huge feel of an Andy Moor epic right from the word 'go!'. After a fairly simple pad & kick intro the very solid bassline is added (0:28) before that very very Andy Moor-like vocal sample is introduced at 0:54 along with the Tech-edged rasping synth much like "Fake Awake". A moment’s progression leads to the inevitable melody being added to this much crisper sound (1:52), which continues up until the main breakdown at 2:35. This consists of yet more heavily looped vocals, a change in the synth key, and a brief pad-based crescendo (3:45). This is then sharply broken up by a tearing, rasping, heavy Tech synth before the vocal and main melodies are re-introduced (4:22/4:44 and 5:10 respectively). This chunky Andy Moor/Ashley Wallbridge soundscape is then gradually dismantled over the next few minutes into a twinkling/lighter outro for the last 20 seconds using a softer interpretation of the vocal loop and sharper layering of the main melody.In conclusion this is a real must have for anyone who listens EDM in general, but it you don't then it might just tempt you into a new world of truly outstanding music - pure genius thanks again Matan.10/10