Review: Bubble – Divine (Psytrance)

This review covers the psytrance track Bubble – Divine.

This track was released in 2006 on the album Sound of Silence. It was also released online for free streaming by the artist in 2010.

This track starts off incredibly well. In fact, when I heard the intro, I thought for sure I was going to end up giving this track a perfect score. While this ended up not being a perfect score track, it was an excellent start to a track. It had good atmospherics, great vocals, and well realized lyrics that leans towards the sexier side of music.

The track then goes into a bit of an audio lull, but the vocals do eventually return with an interestingly well realized verse.

This track does feature some interesting psychedelic sounds, but it sometimes went a little too minimalistic in places. The guitar elements worked well for this track, though.

The track does end on an interesting note, but nowhere near as epic as the introduction. So, I thought it was a bit anticlimactic by the end. I think if this track repeated what was found in the intro, it would do a lot to increase the quality of the track.

Probably the best part of the whole track was contained within the first 1:30 of the track. The rest of the track ranged from decent to fairly good. As a result, I felt that this track was a bit of a missed opportunity. Still, I would say it was definitely worth listening to.


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