B1) World’s End (09:52)
Gloomy Sunday Dance Works! Hometrainer’s affinity of doomed dispositions (possibly seen as humor) might be known to a few by tracks from the early 2k. Now he turns the table and shouts out: Get Up To Nowhere. Sounds like an offense he made. Acid Pauli did like this right in time to produce another track that points it metaphorically out.
When The World Will End claimed quite a bit of Hometrainer’s time, but even almost refused when spring turned into 2010, it finally engaged him to complete his murky work. Eerily relaxed, just overridden by a morphing synth-line, this track blooms up. Caution; after a while a voice coming up from the off tells us what it is going to be all about. The track enhances not exactly safe to its peak to relieve us guided by a consoling melody another time.
World’s End by Acid Pauli continues work where Hometrainer dispensed grace. His aural vision may be taken as soundtrack as well as it perfectly works for afterhour trance stimulations. Within ten minutes World’s End inscribes placidly its message into brains as long as these – sometimes evil – synthesizers can be stood of.
DJ support by: Benno Blome, Undo, Krause Duo, Angel Molina, Dubfire.