Exactly, after all those years, Source is still the best. Very introspective. Great album to put on when you are alone and need time to think about things or just simply relax. Last track is absolutely sublime. It heals your mind. Deep bass lines get you into another, relaxed state of mind. I do enjoy his "trance" tracks but I prefer that downtempo, ambient side of his music.
"Source" is still, I feel, the current apex of Daniel's musical career, and especially the final trio of tracks on the album is one of my most cherished tools in psychedelic therapeutic work. From A to A is a very nice track for restful periods, more positive than negative, but still quite neutral, a drifting work for recuperation. Woodland (Resurrected), in turn, is perhaps one of the most truly positive and psychologically most reassuring tracks I know, with a vital touch of the dreaminess of age-old childhood memories in it. I have many a time received visions and memories of my mother caring for me when I was little, and other such proofs of how I have always been and still am loved and cared for by many. The title track, Source, is the opposite: it has a powerful touch of uncertain darkness and severity in it, of those murky depths of the psyche where destructive and creepy and traumatic memories reside. This cycle of three tracks can be used to many ends in exploring the psyche.
SYNC24 Ambient Archive [1996-2002 ]
Label : Leftfield Records
Reference : LFTFLD01
Format : Digital
Worldwide Digital release on all major platforms :14th November 2012
The first album was a great one, but the new one is outstanding. Can´t stop listening. Dance of the Droids is the one of the greatest track I´ve ever heard. This album goes in line with Asura "Code Eternity" and Hol Baumann "Human". Thank you for teh soundtrack of my life.