8-track Pan Opticon by Edmonton, Canada-based producer Dr Perceptron provides a pleasant journey across softened pads of
contemporary electronic music being allegedly influenced by such
electronic music/Krautrock juggernauts as Kraftwerk, and Tangerine
Dream. It used to meander and wind in such a way to cause vertigo and
heady mood slipping between arcade-shaped constructions and towering
racks. Just watch the cover print of it by assuming right much about
the soundscape – it involves a spectrum of dayglo colours being
slightly blurred and dispersed. Emotionally it used to flutter
incessantly coming in and going out from the epicentre because of
being highly volatile and ethereal. Additionally to
psybient/psytrance vibes one could perceive Balearic house vibes.
Although this great issue is a part of the discography of 2419
Records this could readily be a notch in the list of Ektoplazm, an
important platform for psytrance/psybient music.