<Progressive Trance> Flowjob is Joakim Hjorne from Denmark and Sway is his 3rd album for Iboga Records. From the outset this progressive psytrance release gently eased me into a relaxed state but still kept my foot tapping throughout. The second track, Mercury Calling (U.F.O info) has a much faster beat, interesting vox and had me dreaming of a sunny dance floor. Goas Ark doesn’t sound very Goa but it is another fast track with a stunning melody. For Behind the Speaker Joakim slowed the pace and added a lot of echoes which results in a very trippy tune. He then takes you to the crazy titled Boomerangutang which has a thumping disco beat and lots of vocoder. The dreamy and angelic sounding, So many Dynomos has all the synthy elements, which reminded me of 80’s electronic music I love. Wow, what fun! Flowjob is mixing it up with a lot of different styles here and Pimp Your Hat sounds like it has its roots in Techno/Disco. Back to the liquid flowing prog sound with Panic in Purple. The album ends on a bouncy and melodic note, similar to the end of a daytime set, with Lightyear. Highly recommended.