An analogue, organic wall of psychedelic sound!
Groaning and creaking into action the monumental machinery Nini emits powerful shockwaves and stunning flashes of light. Once in fullswing it unlocks the portal to a place that is buzzing with primal energy, a place that is dark and deep. It's where the roots of Haldolium are located, rediscovered after 14 years of production experience.
With a traveling speed that lies mostly between 136 and 138 BPM this album has a very clear direction... to the floor.
However, the actual power of Nini is not only created by striking rhythms and hook lines. Rather it's the sum of countless intricate melodies, sound effects and ongoing modulations that creates a deeply hypnotic sound vortex. In this respect the music on Nini is indeed reminiscent of the original idea of Progressive Trance ' and the early work of Haldolium. Sometimes there's a pinch of Acid shining through, the track Sky Valley even comes with subtle e-guitar entries. Only 2 of the 9 titles include vocals, but all of them have the signature feeling of Haldolium.