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Nothing but Forward Motion

That's the hallucinogenic "Diving In" by Mystified

Digging five minutes of stereo-panning, anxiously flanging, cryptically indigenous, moderately upbeat electronic party music? You could do worse than the churning, hallucinogenic “Diving In” by Mystified, aka the prolific Thomas Park of St. Louis, Missouri. Aside from a dramatic silence a minute in a half in, the piece is nothing but forward motion, the highlight a frazzled bit of what sounds like a battered ram’s horn that gets more and more mechanical with each tasty repeat.

Track originally posted for free download at soundcloud.com/mystifiedthomas. More from Thomas Park / Mystified at twitter.com/mystified131.

By Marc Weidenbaum

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