-byDale De Ruiter
It's O.K. to listen to electronic music. I would just like to put that
in the clear because it seems like people are shying away from it.
Ever since techno died, after it was a trend in the mid to late
nineties it is harder to get a hold of and there are fewer and
fewer releases. Nukina, from right here in Kamloops, who
played at Eleusis, which is a "family" gathering, have recorded
their set and now it is in my hands. Live albums are always a
touchy subject because more often than not they are crap.
Seldom do they ever touch the level of artistry that a studio
album contains. Well this is the exception to the rule. The
recording quality and precision actually make this CD sound
like a studio album, which is a hard goal to reach.
The second track on this disk has a remix of Eminem's
"Without Me." For those of you who don't know, this is the
song that Eminem verbally attacked Moby by
"Nobody listens to techno." The remix is ingenious and I am
quite surprised that no one did it earlier. The other tracks on
Live@Eleusis are wicked.
Nukina has strong belief in sound healing. Sound healing
is the belief that all matter in life has a set vibration rate, and
that by using music you can actually spiritually heal your self.
The fact that this is a live CD and you can heal your soul makes
it quite a desirable item which you can receive if you contact
Nukina at www.nukina.ca
-Dale De Ruiter, Omega Magazine, Volume XIII Issue 9, Oct.29, 2003