The myth says that the cocaine-soaked Miami night seen through the windshield of a Ferrari Testarossa is the magic of the 80's.
It's entirely possible that no one has ever said this, but everyone feels it who's close to synth-wave. Whether it be Kavinsky, or Miami Nights 1984 just to mention the biggest names, they all come down to these weird and highly mesmerizing essentials.
"Testarossa" is the gateway to synth and synth based IDMAction Jakson's"Testarossa" might be the best representation of the scene right now. It's not the most outstanding synth-wave production, but it has a balance of all the components that make the retro futuristic dream what it is. I'm just sitting here ignoring the fact that I should let my cat inside, since I want to hear another track, I want more of that pulsating vibe, and ultimately I want to find the words for it. And yes, it maintains that synth-induced, constantly uplifting coma. As I said it before, it gives you a speck of everything. It's magic, just like Kavinsky's "Drive"; it is energetic such as M.O.O.N's "Crystals", and it's dark like Perturbator's "I am the Night".
If you're looking for dance music, look away, because that's not what you're looking for. But if you're looking for something that can bend space and time in the confines of your own room then "Miami" is for you. The nice thing about thisalbum is its user friendliness. Those who are not total gear-heads still can dig into this album. UnlikeEl Huervo's orM.O.O.N's craft, this one doesn't require a musical digestive system that was so severely used that it can be stimulated by the craziest of ideas. "Testarossa" is the gateway to synth and synth based IDM.
In a world where the industry is focusing on dance music (for making copious amounts of profit) we need something that could show the new generation of electronic music fans the path to a whole different dimension.
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