...groovy music with edge and energy. No cheese, just direct, effective, modern day Psy electronica.
Desert Sun kicks off the album with a funky Psy Electro groove. Showing what talent Hujaboy has in trying his hand at the more contemporary
minimal sounds around at the moment. He has obviously been listening to Trentemoller and the likes...and pulled off a great upfront and experimental track to
start the album off that is still psychedelic and maintains the force and power that is a Hujaboy trademark. Holes in the sky moves towards a more traditional
Psytrance sound, but with no unnecessary frills just clean, focused sounds and good beats, concentrating on what rocks a dance floor without the fluff! This
in fact sets the tone for the rest of the album with Premium Delirium building on this with a kick and bass that could knock you flat against a wall! Acid
revival retains the full frontal power of Hujaboy but brings an element of acid house into the groove. The result is a crowd pleaser. Already one of the
biggest tracks in his current live set. Throughout, elements of old skool melodies along with cool lines and sounds evolve and are woven into a luscious
groove. The title track Black Belt roughens things up with tough percussion that jumps out of the speakers. Sounds like it's just in front of your face like
the back of Bruce Lee's hand! Enter the Hujaboy!
Clarity and precision are the name of the game in 'Black Belt', no nonsense bass driven dance floor damaging Psytrance! Get into the Groove!