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Nervasystem

Nervasystem

Nervasystem


Nervasystem was formed in the mid-90's, by Drezz from Bristol UK, releasing very individual & heavily trippy psychedelic trance. The Nervasystem sound was a bit more hedonistic & experimental than the usual psychedelic trance of the time (& most today!). A number of releases on Psy-Trance labels such as Matsuri Productions, Phantasm, Psychic Deli, Elektrik Orgasm, & Process Productions cemented this artists profile in the global Goa'Psy trance scene. Read more on Last.fm
Nervasystem was formed in the mid-90's, by Drezz from Bristol UK, releasing very individual & heavily trippy psychedelic trance. The Nervasystem sound was a bit more hedonistic & experimental than the usual psychedelic trance of the time (& most today!). A number of releases on Psy-Trance labels such as Matsuri Productions, Phantasm, Psychic Deli, Elektrik Orgasm, & Process Productions cemented this artists profile in the global Goa'Psy trance scene. Drezz has collaborated with some of the top names in the scene such as Tsuyoshi Suzuki (Prana, Joujouka), Sean Williams (Process, Beast), & Alexis Cousins (Aether, Jnr Hacksaw).

The Nervasystem & Aether album "Mama Matrix Most Mysterious" was released in 99, & is generally considered an all time classic of the electronic/psychedelic music scene. A true maveric in a scene of lookalike music, highly recommended if Psy-Trance is your thing. Drezz's other projects include the Mystery School Ensemble (artifact records) a smoky down tempo contempory nu-jazz project, & Ptarmagin (acoustic/folk/jazz singer songwriter collaboration). for more info visit www.artifactrecords.com Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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