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Christopher Lawrence’s Banshee is one of the biggest singles in Pharmacy Music history – hitting #1 on Beatport’s Trance chart. Described by Trancehub as “Brilliant” and by Tilllate as a “Pounder”, Banshee was supported by DJs such as Paul van Dyk, Aly & Fila, Indecent Noise, Jordan Suckley and Bryan Kearney to name a few.
Christopher Lawrence puts his spin on No Comment’s “Ooga.”
By EDM Identity Staff
No Comment may sound like a name that in the scene but is actually comprised of a duo with that are psytrance veterans. Artists Omer Kadosh who has performed under the aliases of Krunch, and DarkSoho and Yaniv Gabay who performs under the alias Orpheus created the project now known as No Comment. Both Kadosh and Gabay have produced numerous styles of psytrance for over 15 years.
A lot has changed in the world of trance music. Critics said it was dead for a while, but now it’s back and bigger than ever. Trance had been the biggest sound all around the world for probably 10 years. But like everything, people want to hear something a little bit different. And the [difference] was EDM and that big-room EDM sound has dominated, especially in Vegas. Nobody wanted trance for a while there, and it’s really nice that it’s come back.
No Comment is the new project by: Omer Kadosh (Rizo) a.k.a Krunch, DarkSoho and Yaniv Gabay a.k.a Orpheus. Two known names in the psy trance scene who have been involved with music and production over fifteen years. After two years in the studio, the duo are releasing their debut album Break The Rulez which features eight incredible tracks including Ooga with a Christopher Lawrence remix. The album is a Featured Banner Release on Beatport’s Psy-Trance front page and is currently Top 3 on the Release chart with support from Paul van Dyk, Alex MORPH, Indecent Noise, Mark Sherry, Bjorn Akesson, DJ Feel, Giuseppe Ottaviani, Maarten de Jong and Manuel Le Saux to name a few.
EVENT REVIEW: Monkey Buzinezz presents Trance Unity 3 @ Circus Afterhours, Montreal – 04-06-2017
I admit to leaving Kearney’s set early in order to secure a front row spot as Fleming & Lawrence took control of the Hell room. Being relatively new to the trance scene – and the rave scene in general – I must say now that I did not truly understand the hype around these legends until I experienced their skill behind the decks personally. From the very first moments, I was completely mesmerized! The crown jewel of my Trance Unity experience; Fleming & Lawrence’s keen track selection and masterful layering and sound engineering made for one of the best sets I’ve ever heard! Once the first track dropped, I couldn’t leave the dance floor – though I stopped and checked a couple of times to see if my shoes were smoking! – and proceeded to dance my heart out to Tweakers – GMS (Volcano & Sonic Species remix) and Mantra – Electric Universe, to name a few. The two masters’ friendly stage presence encouraged the crowd; they were clearly enjoying their time behind the decks. The Hell room was absolutely packed, and though I can’t vouch for it personally, friends who ventured to the other room during this set reported that room was essentially empty, which explained the lack of space and rising temperatures in Hell. Despite the heat and the constant struggle to maintain dancing space, hands down, this was my favourite part of the night!