Fatali - Dawn

BNE/Yoyo Records

Author: Juggler
Date: Jun 24, 2006
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Fatali – Dawn
BNE/Yoyo Records





Promotional Thread

Eitan Carmi, a.k.a Fatali, is one of BNE\'s rising talents. Eitan, born in 1984 in Nazareth, discovered electronic music at the age of 13. He was pulled in by the electronic elements of sound and was instantly captivated by the wonders of music production. He started out by fooling around with studio equipment, and at the age of 16, after discovering the MIDI world, began producing professionally. Fatali developed a totally unique sound - fresh and powerful, ranging from deep progressive to full-on trance, always with a hint of melody, and perfectly synchronized for the dance floor. His record company and label, BNE/YoYo Records, released his second studio album titled \"Faith\" in February 2005, a follow up to his debut album that was released in early \'03 on the UK label \"Alchemy\". Fatali has been performing extensively over the past two years. He appeared in Tsunami- New York, Earthcore- Australia, Soulclipse- Turkey, Indian Spirit- Germany, Antiworld- UK and also in Brazil, Mexico, Japan, Belgium, Holland, Switzerland & Denmark. 2006 has only began and Fatali is already booked to major events such as the S.O.S festival 2006 in Japan, the 13th Annual Earthcore Global Carnival 2006 and many more. In his Live Shows, he’s electrifying the crowd with ever lasting energy. Wherever he has set foot, the response has been amazing, setting the dance floor on fire and giving a whole new meaning to morning sound! Fatali manages to pass through music his positive approach to life and leaves the crowd
breathless.


Track list:

(1) Before The Dawn
(2) Deep
(3) Ocean View
(4) Flip
(5) 2nd Episode
(6) Homeless
(7) Dawn
(8) Free
(9) Booster
10) If We Touch


Review:

Here comes the third album from Fatali, let’s listen...

Track 1 is the intro, it just has some deep sounds and can be a good idea for mixing in a chillout set.

Track 2 “Deep” give us a trip to the progressive side of Fatali...it’s slowly (138 bpm) and like the name it sounds very deep and pacific...perfect for starting or ending any Summer party.

Track 3 “Ocean View” comes with a pacific face too but a bit less...the bass line is a bit more stronger and kind of progressive, there are some psy tunes around that gives the track an enveloping atmosphere, but after some time listening it starts to be a bit boring.

“Flip” is the first one that I really like...nice and strong kick bass line that mixed with the hihats gives the track a great rhythm...it has too some morning and quiet melodies that are going to put all listeners with big smiles in their faces :)

Track 5 “2nd Episode” is my favourite here...it has a power and warm bassline that feets perfectly in any place at any hour...at 3:00m it has a break and when it comes again the bassline seems to be even more powerfull, allways going on with that mystic and quiet melodies, simply beautiful.

Track 6 “Homeless” has another kind of a progressive and rhythmic bass line, filled up with some enveloping psy tunes...it has a big break before the end with some nice melodies in the back, but when it comes again I think that melodies could came with more energy.

Track 7 “Dawn” is another one that I think can be perfect to finish some party...it has that Fatali’s formula on the bass line mixed with some effects and melodies that gives to the track an open and groovy feeling.

Track 8 “Free” is very pacific from the beginning till the end...it has some nice and dreamy melodies, well constructed breaks, pumping bass line, nice one.

Track 9 “Booster” is very dreamy and strange, the bass line seems to be out of time...by one side I don’t like it to much because it seems to be strange for dancing but by other seems nice because it doesn’t have that Fatali’s formula that the majority of the other tracks have.

Track 10 “If We Touch” is a great choose for finishing the album...it’s very quiet and comfortable, has some nice and well constructed melodies, allways with that groove inside.


In general I like this album, almost all tracks has a nice rhythm for dancing but by other side are very relaxed and very nice for home listening, my favourites are 4, 5 and 8 :)


7/10

Pedro Gaspar aka Juggler
www.myspace.com/djjuggler

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