By Audio Pervert - 5/02/2016

Patterns & Moodswings.
Circa winter 2003 in New Delhi, Envision began writing an album inspired by multiple genres & aspirations. Recorded over 3 months inside an apartment, with a plethora of instruments, worn out gadgets and very minimal recording equipment, the sound that evolved would be futuristic or even shocking for the time and place. The band struck a bond with Samrat B to work with as a producer and sound designer. Envision's native talent stemming from Delhi colliding with the electronic musings of SamratB, created an unique acoustic synthetic melange. A fair amount of hedonistic elements can be found be within the lyrics - about drugs, about love, about hate and strange dreams. The album comes across evocative and dark in aspiration and production. Home grown off course. Mid-2004, the album was released independently on CD and Cassette - it faired low, with little notice and somewhat whimsy reactions. The band gradually dissipated by 2006. Over time, the album found a deep resonant note with many forthcoming indie bands and producers.  Various producers and 'post massive attack' fans realized the album rather posthumously. As a reference to the sound, the change, many artists refer to the album as eclectic, dark yet beautiful. Re_issued 2015 by ex_Bassist Dara Rawat now living in Ireland. Patterns & Moodswings.

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