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The Mama Matrix Most Mysterious



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Nervasystem and Aether
The Mama Matrix Most Mysterious

Track Listing:

1. Arouser
2. Triple Edged Ektoplasmo' Funk  
3. Technicolour (Lost & Found)
4. Gonzo  
5. Beelzedub
6. Many Anamans Atomik Space Jam ...
7. ... The Grinding Lenny Liquid Light Show  
8. The Self Transforming Machine Creatures Of Hyperspace
9. The Unknown Controller  
10. The Klangummwandler  
11. Coda  

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Format :download only
Catalogue No:procd04
Release Date :1 Aug 2006

Thanx to? James, Vix, The Fair Maiden Alexis, Emily, mums dads & familys, Sid, Ed, Dibz, Nik, Steve, Tom, Springer & Hobbits everywhere, Darren Krishna, The Dig In, Mikey & Lynne, Wayne, Resistrance, The Free Party Crew, Stu, Matt, Alice, Elektrik Orgasm Adam, Luan, Drew, Devilsh Neil, Acid Alex, Lord Alex, Juju, Mini, Sean, Benji, Chrisbo, Mark & Tim, Charlie & Sarah, Chris Dekker & Angela, Jason, Neil, Johnny, R Yhe C, Scottish Tom, Mammal Martins, Technical Neil, Syd Barrett, Blake, Oren, The Australien Nutters, Daz, Big Graham, Nige, Mick, George, Lorien, Bertie Cairns, Ollie Baraka, Roy, Kim & All @ ARD, Tsuyoshi, Alison, John, Bob Moog, Terence McKenna, Jimi Hendrix, Miles Davis, Marcus, Darren, Decoder Darren, Rory, Ben, Amiad, Hiro, ECT Leigh, Toby Mass, Lumen Chris, Ray Slim & Sarah, Chuck & Bob (best PA in town), Vibe Tribe Clive, Dan & Ashley, Simon Posford, King Tubby, Lee Perry, Ken Kesey & The Merry Pranksters, India, OM, The Tryptamine Machine Elves, Albert Hoffman, Tech Itch Mark, Simon Tranceart, Johnny, The Mendips, Mushrooms, Eat Statik, The Ozrics, Fda Fda, Motorbikes, all the freaks, weirdos, shakers, takers, brain benders & menders, Free Partys, Free Drugs, Free Love, Free Thought, RIP Klaus Dressler, Abi, Simon, we miss you loads.
A special thanx to Phantasm John for being the top geezer that he is.
Sorry if we missed anyone. Love Drezz & Lex.


I remember hearing Drezz DJ at a couple of parties and thinking "what the hell is this weird rubbish and doesn't he care that everyone has stopped dancing?" Actually it was the pill-popping young-uns that had stopped and the proper psychedelic heads would keep going as these tunes of his were never designed for cheesy boppers but for psychedelic warriors.

Some of these tunes are fiercely disorientating and some keep churning around so that you never know quite where the beat is. They truly take you on a twisty journey and if you don't utilise your whole body then you're done for. I have had the pleasure and priviledge of playing these tunes out all around the world and witnessed seasoned Japanese trancers fall over and writhe on the ground whilst being subjected to some of these tunes. When you've been dancing all night and been through your second third and fourth wind then Drezz and Lex's tracks are just what is needed to eke out those last waves of energy from all the odd nooks and crannies in your body.

This album has a nod towards the dancefloor but is really a triumph of a listening experience with influences such as Miles Davis, Jimi Hendrix and Syd Barrett amongst many others. It continues to stand up whilst many many other records of the same era have been long forgotten and I am delighted to be able to release it in digital format on Artifact. Hooray!

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