Dreams Groove is the first CD by cyberCHUMP. It has a combination of organic and electronic grooves with electric guitar and sampled voices from shaman and gurus. This CD is an eclectic collection of grooves that take you on a journey through dark atmospheres and outer space. Review: Cyberchump: Dreams Groove (Internal Combustion - 2000) (8.2/10) Dreams Groove contains a lot of both... I want... brainwashing is just one of the messages conveyed through wacky samples in NerveNut, a jammin' slab of electro. Quietly pattering tribal beats lead into Drums in Sleep to be joined by swaying bass lines and hypnotizing guitar duets. Backed by beats and static-blasted radio voices, transcendentally serpentine bass and guitar weave through Stalking (3:09), heading into tropical territories. The Force offers some jangly, rockin' fun; in this track and others, borrowed samples appear, often to amusing effect. Soft freeform soundstreams flow through Crystalize (7:35), buoyed by big lolling bass waves peppered by hyperactive cymbalism. Besides the panoramic guitar-meets-electronics tune-scapes and clever musicianship therein, you've got to give Jim Skeel (High & Low Guitars, Samples, Loops, Machines, Manipulations, Keyboards) and Mark G.E. (Keyboards, Monster Bass Keyboards, Accordian, Theremin, Machines, Noises, Voice) some credit just for possessing the cojones to name their project Cyberchump! -AmbiEntrance.
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