Catar Records is happy to present their first upcoming compilation ‘Epiphysis Cerebri’ which surrounds the wide range of Psychedelic Trance from DarkPsy to Forest, Twilight and Hitech. This compilation includes well known artists as well as some of our beautifully talented upcoming artists, and it will be OUT on your favourite psy stores the first week of January 2018.
We would like to thank all the artists that supported this compilation from the beginning to the end with their huge sounds, Jerry James (Jerry Designs) for his great artwork, family and friends from all around the globe, and to all the universe for its huge energy which allowed us to bring this music to you all. Thanks for your patience and we hope you will enjoy this infinite modular catar world of sounds…
01. Shakti Project – Subtle Realms. 150 Bpm
02. Psyence Of The Apes & Zzbing – Beltch Blast. 150 Bpm
03. Isometric – Pit Resonance – 155 Bpm
04. Mark Day & Noein – The Implicate Order. 155 Bpm
05. Metrix – Point Of No Return. 157 Bpm
06. Insane Creatures & Isometric – Four Twenty. 160 Bpm
07. Tyndra & Diplodocus – Modular Fuck. 175 Bpm
08. Audioscream – Lift Off. 172 Bpm
09. Bombax – Our Continuum. 178 Bpm
10. Fright Rate & Parandroid – Crazy Taxi. 190 Bpm
11. Dsompa – Longstockings. 152 Bpm (Exclusive free bandcamp bonus track)
For long, humans have been closely associated with Felines. In Ancient Egypt, Cats have played an important role in shaping their history as we know it, and the pineal gland appears to play a major role in the hibernation of animals and seasonal breeding.
In some lower vertebrates the pineal gland has a well-developed eye-like structure and it functions as a light receptor and could be considered the evolutionary forerunner of the modern eye. The results of various scientific research have explained the phylogeny of the pineal gland in different vertebrate species. From the point of view of biological evolution, the pineal gland represents a kind of atrophied photoreceptor. In the epithalamus of some species of amphibians and reptiles, it is linked to a light-sensing organ, known as the parietal eye, which is also called the third eye.
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