<Psytrance> I was totally blown away by the new sound of Loud (Eitan Reiter and Kobi Toledano). They were doing no wrong with their previous banging stuff but a change like this is very refreshing. I love it. The album starts off on a chilled note, with a stunning collaboration with the brilliant Shulman, and continues that way throughout. The superb mixture of beats, violin and deep vox on the Shulman composition is mind blowing. I had to listen to it a number of times before I continued with the rest of the album. The second track has a very nice tribal sound and Solid has a warm analog-synth musicality. The whole album is relaxed and many of the sounds remind me of the Carl Sagan documentary, Cosmos. This album firstly takes one on a journey of discovery and then dance comes as second thought. This is music for the mind and spirit, close your eyes and drift off into the ionosphere. The final and longest track, Station 42 has the noises and voices of a busy station, mixed with delicate synth sounds that softly embrace your being and creates the feeling of space travel. Recommended.