<Psy Prog> Skazi is back onto the scene with his new 14 track album after 5 years of silence. Falafel Pt. 1 is a fun Psy Dubstep mix with Freedom Fighters. Warrior featuring Soul J contains reggae rapping, hard psytrance marching, heavy metal guitar and symphonic melodies. At last a tune without the unnecessary singing and extras, Dramatic is classic Skazi; banging beats, interesting sharp synth and metal guitar. The boy-band-singing on How to Feel Alive left me feeling nauseated; the track would be 100% better without it. Falling is almost unlistenable with the rubbish lyrics and high pitched female wailing, although the music is okay. MC Fish brings the album back again with the excellent track, The Drum, but this type of thing (Rasta skanking) can get a bit old too when used so much. I thought I’d never say this but the singing on Down to Eden by Arno Carstens blew me away! It’s no wonder this stonking tune made the 5FM radio charts – it’s aimed at that market. Pizdets, Boom and Talking about Love are solid banging psytrance tracks. This album is all over the place, it contains a number of great tracks but also quite a few stinkers.