“Turning Point” Full-Length Studio Album Released

After far too long, I finally managed to prepare my tracks for publication. Digitoxin (www.phototropicrecords.com) offered to publish my second album, so 2010, 3 years after the initial release of my first Studio-Album “Persistence” for free on psynews.org, 2 years after releasing the polished-up version on ektoplazm and one year after releasing the mastered version of Persistence 2.0 on CDR on PTR, this is my attempt to either get up to what I already reached then or, if you like, to make it better.

Elias, a friend of mine living in Belgium (also a musician. He produces great oldschool Goa-Trance and Nitzhonot) wrote the following release-text (thank you!):

Phototropic Records kicks off the summer with a brand new album by melodic virtuoso Nolax!

Hailing from Austria, Christoph Mitsch started to build a solid reputation in the newschool Goa-scene after his well-received debut album “Persistence” in 2007. Three years have passed since then and finally time has come to expose fresh food for both brain and soul in a second episode of Nolax adventures. Turning Point will take you on a journey through sun-drenched soundscapes and rhythmically organized fairytales, swifting back and forth through spaced-out atmospheres, melancholic interludes and hypnotizing patterns. Whatever track you prefer to fire up, epicures of cosmic and emotional melodies are guaranteed to find their satisfaction right here.

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This is more information posted on the label website:

Release Info:

Genre: Goa-Trance
Tracks: 8
Playtime: 78:48 min
Catalog#: PHTRCD14
URL: www.phototropicrecords.com
email: info@phototropicrecords.com
Release Date: 24.Jun.2010


01 – Out in the garden (10:47)
02 – Linear Vortex Scaling (10:17)
03 – The chromium fence (10:19)
04 – Lonely Sunday (8:33)
05 – Soul Sucker (10:41)
06 – The crack in space (9:36)
07 – Project Earth (9:24)
08 – Spectral Diversion (8:11)

Mastered by Digitoxin (thank you!)
Cover art by Fredman (thank you!)

.. and yes, you can actually buy it 🙂

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