Panick - Lab-o-Matic [Neurobiotic Records]

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After the long wait, we are finally happy to announce the release of Panick's new album Lab-O-Matic.

Tracklisting

1 Menace to society
2 Blind sensations
3 Radioshake
4 Incsoc
5 Lab-o-matic
6 Cronick candy
7 Class-x
8 Cap Zion
9 Jibjab

Bonus track: Manic miner edit

Release date:
Japan: May 12
Rest of the world: May 15

Nick Laniado, also known as Panick, age 28, is one of the most promising acts of the Israeli Trance scene. For the last 6 years, Nick has been phrasing himself by creating a unique style of psy trance, featuring psychedelic and groovy, big & juicy sounds combined with top production, which gives the result of an intelligent psytrance, blasting on the dancefloor but still suitable for home listening. His first performance as a Trance artist was on Psysex second album "Hardcore Blastoff". Together with dj Goblin they produced the 2 rocking tracks: "Hardcore Blastoff" & "Little Black Hole". The following year he released several tracks: Soul caliber on Adrenalin 1, Hollow on Adrenaline 2, Cheezy Poofs on the well known compilation from Domestic and Pixel "Think Sync" and Ultramagnus on Shiva Space Technology. His first solo album "Panick - Rocket Pocket" was the result of a year of work in his studio. After the album, Nick played all around the world becoming one of the hottest acts around and released tracks on the most important labels like TIP, Crystal Matrix, Spun and many more.
Now, after 2 years of hard work in the studio, Neurobiotic records is proud to release Panick’s new album Lab-O-Matic, a new psychedelic experience made of big fat production and wicked frequencies, an unpredictable sequence of sounds breaking the boundaries of nowadays psychedelic trance formulas.

We are also proud to announce that Neurobiotic Records has been licensed in Japan by Solstice Music and in Brazil by Carambola Records. Lab-O-Matic will be released by them in their countries.

You will be able to download the single tracks from Beatport and Itunes at the release date.

Samples from this outstanding album are finally online! Check them out on our cyberspace http://www.neurobiotic.com on the download page!

You can have a look to the artwork (made by mr Panick himself) here: http://www.neurobiotic.com/panick_cover.jpg

It's a killer, psychedelic, futuristic album, you will not be disappointed!!

PeAcE!
 

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yep ditto...

may... so near but yet so far!

nice to see Neurobiotic getting snapped up world wide!!

Hardcore Blastoff, what a track, infact what an album.... that CD deserves a listen soon :Wink3:
 

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just cranking up labomatic download. crikey. Sounds much more like the old panick than some of the recent stuff. Like Terryake terror. Murderous music! Can't wait for the album. Will be the first cd I've bought in ages.
 

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Geoff3 said:
Hardcore Blastoff, what a track, infact what an album.... that CD deserves a listen soon :Wink3:

was listening to that last night...so awesomely phat
god they dont make em like they used to eh...
 

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yeah inspirational stuff init chris

good phat music, with wide beats and basslines... Chunky Monkey Material....

not much else in the same league though apart from Panicks first CD :Wink3:
 

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It would like to know if some site that goes to distribute album.. of the one to hear stretch of music? Grateful
 

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It would like to know if some site that goes to distribute album.. of the one to hear stretch of music? Grateful
 

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Hi Tex
what you mean with your post??

Cheers

Edo
 

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Eagerly awaiting the release of nick's2nd album, sure it will be a super production :?
 

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Love it!! It sounds like several species of small furry androids gathered together in a zero-g factory and groovin' with a pict.
Cape zion with Sub6 is ...like Panick with Sub6...nuff said 8)
 

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I want to know which site of purchase on line goes this vendendo this Album, as psyshop Ok Man
 

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Panick - Lab-o-Matic

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Release date: May 22nd 2006

Panick, or Nick Laniado, has been rocking the Israeli trance scene for the better part of a decade, and has carved out for himself his own niche of a sound that has been described as big and juicy, funky psy grooves that make waves on the dancefloor and raises roofs in the home setting. Having been releasing top-notch tracks since the golden days of TIP and having worked with names such as DJ Goblin an s Psysex to Sub6, Domestic,and the infamous Shiva Space Technology and Crystal Matrix labels, Nick draws from a vertitable Akashic record of experience and immersion in psy-trance music and culture and his creations show it... "Lab-O-Matic" especially loses none of its sense of groove from beginning to end and is complex and meticulously intricate enough to stay fresh for umpteen rotations in the playlist.

For those of you who prefer quality to quantity in their trance music, Panick's "Lab-O-Matic" is fit for you. After years of heavy involvement in the global psychedelic trance scene and countless released tracks and collaborations with some of the biggest names and labels out there, Panick's tireless creativity yields yet another bountiful harvest of some of the plumpest, juiciest trance tunes to be heard this year. The same sound is almost never heard twice and with such little repitition, as Panick puts so much into a smaller space, taking you on a virtual tour of the unknown and unfamiliar, and leaves you with joyously little time to do much other than thirst for what the next beat will bring. Featuring ten immaculately produced tracks, Panick tickles the senses with sounds and samples which seem more to have sprung straight out of intelligent thought than a synthesizer, and pulsating basslines which pump and throb to their own alien heartbeat. Delivering highly concentrated doses of psychedelic energy straight to your pleasure center by way of ecstatic ear canals. With dashes of tech-house and jazz and a heavily-ladled stew, Panick's album is scarily tangible enough for the outdoor arena yet distinctly meaty and daceable enough to darkened clubland energetics. Panick sets a new standard for himself and his genre with "Lab-O-Matic"; If you haven't ridden his vibe yet, this album is a great place to start!


CLICK BELOW FOR SOUND SAMPLES

1. Menace To Society
2. Blind Sensations
3. Radioshake
4. Incsoc
5. Lab-o-Matic
6. Cronick Candy
7. Class-X
8. Cap Zion
9. Jibjab

Bonus Track - Manic Miner Edit

TRACK BY TRACK:

Menace To Society
An album of this caliber deserves a long, interesting introm and like sonar, "Menace To Society" foreshadows the dark secrets lurking in this album's depths. Luring you in with techy, happy rhythms, a rough-edged, funky bassline, and lightly filtered flanges for that cylindrical "Metal-tube" effect. By the end the synths are etching a melody dripping with acidic saliva.

Blind Sensation
This second track comes at you from below, and before you know it, you're hopping on a trampoline of stomping kicks and stew of beefy bass. Once-living beings hardwired to mainframes emotionlessly repeat their iterations, and that's where the musical stabs come in. "Blind Sensation" is a metaphorical "iron maiden" of trance tracks... the buzzing, resonant noises, synth hits, and buzzing fly sensations envelop you from all directions. This track has one of those sinsiter "digital organism" feelings to it, and tattoos itself on you with some of the sharpest synthesis needles that ever oscillated.

Radioshake
Pure dancefloor material, "Radioshake" rolls in like a thick fog and brews up a tempest of layered synth leads and serrated trance riffs without a hint of cheese. It has a tittilatingly sadistic slant that should slake the thirst of those who like their trance techy and dark. The breakdowns are appropriately hypnotic here and provide a great transitive element... there are multiple stages of energy here.

Incsoc
"Incsoc" lets you in easy enough, not out again... at least, not until it's done with you. No two loops here sound at all the same here, there's enough element, progression, and change here to make each measure seem like a mini-track in itself. The hits and stabs are jazzy and disco-sounding, and the leads glide enough to make spirals and loops for the brain to ride on during the melody. With a hint of psychedelic cartooniness a dash of funk and a splash of Buck Rogers retro sci-fi flair, this piece keeps it humorous and housey, and blends together nicely with the darker hyperintelligence of the previous tracks.

Lab-O-Matic
Starting off on a minimal, industrial tip, the title track of this albumrolls in on reverbed, melodic synth droplets. A thick, funky bass provides the substrata for atmospheres of lush, blooming pads, and all the while newly twisted percussion sounds add complexity to the beat. Pitter-patters of little goblin feet can be heard, crisscrossing from left to right at the speed of sound. The drum noises and riffs do most of the work and the harder synth leads don't come into play until later, making for a nicely relaxing, yet motivating track, with plenty of room for nice long mixes in the sound. Its finished off with sick, experimental sounds towards the end, and while none of the sounds are in your face, this track still stalks you closely.

Cronick Candy
Mantric vocoded messages, gliding synth filters, and edgy, dissonant melodies, makes this track fit for even the haziest of heads with squishy, malevolent loops of thick synth layers and an evolving bassline geared for optimum headnod inspiration. The notes and accents are painstakingly placed, and the percussive elements have a homegrown quality to them... indeed, this track feels as if it were pulled and quantized out of random, fleeting everyday sounds from the nostalgia of childhood until just a few moments ago.

Class - X
One of Panick's greatest talents in his production is his ability to combine wet, unnaturally organic sound bits with supremely digital, futuristically Eastern synth leads and pads to create conflicting, questionable moods perfect for describing the plight of robotic Pinocchios, and it really shows in this one. The melodies here seem to ride the spaces between notes amidst atonal backdrops of meditative pads and a bassbeat that seems powered by pistons. this track has all of the twistings and turnings of a good tech-psytrance track without being too overdone.

Cap Zion
Panick doesn't waste any time getting this track started with a sixteenth-note hopping bass attached to kicks and a high-hat array that sounds more like crickets in an empty room being wrung through a high resonant filter. Filled with repeating noise layers that build up on each other as time progresses, you focus on that, electronic phantoms flit undetected in and out of the sound spectrum. The drums and notes are all put together nicely to create an up-and-down alternating current feel which is perfect for midnight dancefloor antics.

Jibjab
The first near-minute of "Jibjab" sounds like the fleshy chewings of some huge grub moving about indise corridors of ancient alien spacecraft, then the bass kicks in and all of a sudden you sense you're moving. There are sounds in here that are ambiguously either drum or synth and are saw-toothed in their progression. By about three minutes, however, you'll find yourself aboard a psychedelic carousel of buzzy synth leads. The leads in these tracks deliver with the force and attitude of a guitar rocker with a loss of none of the funky jazz in its conversion into the digital realm.

Manic Miner Edit
An electric, alien bayou of chirps, out-of-this-world birdsong and synthesized insects that seem menacing enough to gobble you whole. Then the track leads into a cacophany of downward-spiralling sirens and echoed riffs which bounce themselves first at you then away. There's some great outdoor energy in this one... sounds and layers come at you harder and more twisted than before... the breakdowns only end up teasing you for explosive audio releases.


You can see more about Panick including pics, bio, and more here.



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Yeahey!!!:ibiggrin:

So nice 2 see new Nick's album...

bring it :icool: on!!
 

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The first album is blatentley in a class of its own....

I think it would still be in my top two or three Psy albums....

Not that this has much to live up to :Wink3: I'm sure it will deliver!!
 
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