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Indepth - Zero Sum MP3
Performer: Indepth
Title: Zero Sum
Label: Spiral Trax
Country: Sweden
Released: 04 May 2009
Style: Techno, Minimal, Progressive Trance
Cat: SPT1CD027
Rating: 4.1/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2870 mb | MP3 size: 2149 mb | WMA size: 2401 mb
Genre: Electronic

1ItaitaikoFuture Is Uncertain (Indepth Remix)
Remix – IndepthRemix, Producer [Additional] – Shahar MelamedWritten-By, Compilation Producer – Itay Berger
5IndepthRetired Porn Star7:27
7IndepthLast Night On Earth5:54
8IndepthThe Crack7:40
9IndepthEveryone I Know Has Paws7:30


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SPT1CS027Indepth Zero Sum ‎(M/Stick, Album + 16xFile, WAV)Spiral TraxSPT1CS027Sweden2009


  • Artwork [Artwork & Posters], DesignIrit Tal, Shahar Melamed
  • Mastered ByTim Schuldt
  • Written-By, ProducerShahar Melamed (tracks: 1 to 6, 8 to 10)


The title of this release is stylized as: ΣerØ Sumº

Track 10 is divided in 2 parts. First part (sounds like intro) lasts 2:46, then after 46 seconds of silence starts main track.

All tracks written & produced at Indepth Studios, Givatayim, Israel.
Mastered @ 4CN Studios, Germany.


  • Barcode: 4250250402185


  • Distributed By – Psyshop
  • Mastered At – 4CN Studios
  • Produced At – Indepth Studios


Zero Sum Album, 2014. Ginaton, 07:24. Headway, 07:44. Album 2014 6 Songs. Spiral Trax. Sum Zero Original Mix. 126 bpm, 8A, A minor, 2014-12-05, Techno, 0 10. Ginaton Original Mix. 128 bpm, 8A, A minor, 2014-12-05, Techno, 0 10. Shun Original Mix. 128 bpm, 10B, D major, 2014-12-05, Techno, 0 10. Headway Original Mix. 128 bpm, 7A, D minor, 2014-12-05, Techno, 0 10. Future Is Uncertain Original Mix. Listen free to Indepth Zero Sum Retired Porn Star, The Crack and more. 14 tracks 100:42. First out is Indepth from Israel who, even though he had two previous album releases, is a newcomer to Spiral Trax. As we laid our hands on a five track demo some time ago we realized that 25 year old Shahar Melamed from Haifa is heading down the same musical path that we have been walking for some time now. Zero Sum Album. Release Date 2014-12-05. Label Spiral Trax. 2014 Zero Sum Album. play all. The album has some nice trip factors scattered around, as well as more sublime stuff going on without. Indepth - Sum Zero 8:29. Indepth - Ginaton 7:27. Indepth - Shun 8:29. Indepth - Shun 8:18. or open in our Desktop app. Other Albums by Indepth. The Endless Pursuit. Our Movement. A Shadow. A Love Divine. Zero Sum. You may submit artist- and album-related corrections to the TiVo data team by following the steps on this page. For other feedback please visit our GetSatisfaction page. Please note that we cannot respond to address or phone information requests for any person identified in our database, nor can we forward fan mail. Even though Zero Sum is his third album release it is a release that is re-defining his musical style. Throughout the years Shahar has moved from progressive to breaks to techno, all with a little pinch of psychedelia and a hefty dose of clubby influences. The new album is a blend of


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Indepth - ΣerØ Sumº

The trend these days in clubs around the globe seem to be strongly directed towards minimal techno with its playful acid feel and minimal sound approach. In my home town it's very hard to go out clubbing without encountering the sounds of minimal techno blasting from the speakers with tokkitokk sounds following the kicks, hi-hats and bassline. Indepth has created something very faithful to the minimal techno sound in his Zero Sum. The album has some nice trip factors scattered around, as well as more sublime stuff going on without turning all maximum. Its drive and posture all looks and feels like your average minimal techno and after listening to his art with deeper bass and clearer speakers I've realized how much work he's put into it with crisp sounds that near a surgeons precession without the clinical approach, and a bassline that compliments the minimal techno kick with pleasure and surprises.

Zero Sum contains some surprises at times, adding traces of trance, progressive house and hallucinogenic distortions. The production is crisp with vinyl effects to create that extra electric feeling on your pumped up body and gives you groovy themes to make the dance floor turn blissful while grinding teeth. In some tracks like the The Crack (T2) and Sum = Zero (T3) Indepth pushes, or lifts the music to put the clubbers head on the edge of a mental crack, and it tends to become irritating and annoying when listening. When it comes to the Gintaton (T4) he adds nice breaks and sneaks in melodies. He also adds some melodies with extra cuteness on Everyone I Know has Paws (T8), while at the same time stepping slightly away from the straightforward minimal techno feel and injecting us with some friendly emotions. The only track originally made by another artist is the 7th track by Itaitaiko, better known as Kukan Dub Lagan. This track has a super cool sample going 'Ohm', 'Bom.

Recommendation: Spiral Trax records who for the summer season of 2009 is focusing on more techno influences in their releases give us an interesting album from Indepth, but for me personally it's not interesting enough. It has all the tricks needed to turn on the party goers, plus Indepth adds some minor variations here and there like trance themes, dirty electro pads and bassline changes. But as a whole it starts out boring, turns interesting while again changing back to become something boring and with time, forgettable(?).

This is one of Spiral Trax's debut release on this field since they reopened their office in June 2007, and we can expect more music like this. I just hope they keep raising the bar. I have never heard the earlier work by Indepth, but the word around the block said that throughout the years, Shahar has experimented with different styles from progressive, breaks to techno, and it has all been with a pinch of psychedelics and a hefty dose of clubby influences in mind.

Key words: techno, minimal with acid and electro.

Favorite tracks:1, 3, 6, 8, 10.

Original review published on Isratrance