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Hedonix

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Hedonix are Rob and Steve from Sydney, Australia. They have been producing music together since 2001 and have had releases on Electric Power Pole Records (Australia) and Cosmic Conspiracy Records (New Zealand). The music which Hedonix produce is a direct reflection on their personalities in that it is funky, quirky and fun. They tend not to limit themselves to any particular genre of psychedelic trance but set out to combine the best elements of all the genres while making sure to keep each track groovy, twisted and full of surpises.

Hedonix: Order Out Of Chaos (CD) [2009]
Electric power pole records proudly presents ‘Order out of Chaos’…

…the debut album of Australian based duo Hedonix. Robert Dilley and Steven Zanuttini started the Hedonix project in 2001 with the intention of bringing a unique flavour to the world of psychedelic trance.

Their highly original sound and versatility has seen them released on various record labels specialising in a diverse range of music such as electric power pole, Cosmic Conspiracy and Vertigo, and has also landed them bookings for live performances all over Australia, Japan and Europe.

The themes for the album include discordianism, duality, chaos theory and esoteric/occult teachings. The work is also heavily influenced by the writings of Robert Anton Wilson, to whom the album is dedicated.

These concepts are weaved into a constantly evolving tapestry of hypnotic rhythms, groovy bass lines, inspiring melodies, twisted textures and sound effects.

Style: Psytrance

Released: Aug. 2009/32

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