Biding his time, ReOrder hasn’t been hurried into sending his first album out there. It’s been ten years since the Slovakian studiohead began making impressions on the scene, most recently through his outings on Black Hole, FSOE, Subculture, Monster and others. It was time well stayed: a period in which he honed his craft, instinctively built out his musical range, found himself as an artist, and all the while sized up the album playing field.

Out this month, ‘IAMREADY’s statement says it all.

It’s inherent in the album medium, but you only get one shot at your first longplayer. That blank canvass, the proverbial clean sheet - the one and only chance to drop that flawless debut into the discography. Artists approach their firsts in many different ways: the eclectic, the collaborative, the headline-chasing, the all-in/bases-covered. When it comes to ReOrder’s however, he had one central mandate above all others: “deliver an album with as fewer preconceptions attached as possible”. 

“I wanted this record to be a ‘book’ impossible to assess by its cover, says Tibor. One for people to listen to, to absorb and make their own minds up on. One that carried as fewer advance notions or biases as possible. To this end (not unreasonably after ten years) the producer placed full store in his own abilities - producing the tracks, almost without exception without co-producers. When artistic alliances did come to play a part, he wanted them to be with newer names/talent, which would slalom any/all predetermination traps. 

This, he correctly determined, would give it the singular and distinctive sound you’ll now hear on ‘IAMREADY’.

Waves of chord and pad, picked out by elegantly played piano keys form ‘Reinstate’ - the beat-free intro piece, with which he cues the album. ReOrder then serves two numbers in quick succession sung by American singer/songwriter Weldon. Thus far largely only known within deep house circles, he brings both relatable edge to ‘Entropy’ & ‘Gravity’s verses, while their choruses become more metaphoric in nature. Near solo, Emma Chatt’s voice carries the first half of ‘Alive Tonight’, before it catches a swell of Tibor’s primetime synth sensibility. Meanwhile Lebanese vocalist Cassandra Grey adds her breath-stealing touch to ‘Goodbye’, finding pathos and bittersweet-ness to equalize the thrust of ReOrder’s skybound studio work.

In solo mode the Slovakian pushes further into the instrumental trance gamut. ‘Digital World’ lends a psy-ish warp to the album, while ‘Beyond Time’ and ‘All There Is’ respectively find it at its most melodic and euphorically laser-struck extents. Bringing the full extent of its scope into sharpest focus, in its final moments the album engages the chilled elegance of the Susie Ledge-sung ‘Far Away and the breaks-fuelled energy burst that is C-qnz-collab ‘Reunited’.



01. ReOrder - Reinstate
02. ReOrder & Weldon - Entropy
03. ReOrder & Emma Chat - Alive Tonight
04. ReOrder - Alone
05. ReOrder & Weldon - Gravity
06. ReOrder - Back In The Days
07. ReOrder & Cassandra Grey - Goodbye
08. ReOrder - Digital World
09. ReOrder - All Comes Back To You
10. ReOrder - Beyond Time
11. ReOrder - All There Is
12. ReOrder & Susie Ledge - Far Away
13. ReOrder & C-qnz - Reunited


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Aly & Fila announce their latest compilation which features a guestmix by none other than trance superhero John '00' Flemming.


John '00' Flemming

01. Tim Pennerc - The Guardian
02. Marc Depulse - The Swarm (Stan Kolev Remix)
03. Muhammed Felfel - Concepts of Justice (RPO Remix)
04. John 00 Fleming - Spirit Awaking
05. Basil O'Glue - Nekyia (Facade Remix)
06. Rick Pier O'Neil - Earth Mover (Gai Barone Remix)
07. John 00 Fleming - Floating
08. Jerome Isma-Ae & Alastor - Timelapse
09. Airwave - Time Is the Healer
10. The Stupid Experts - Bittersweet
11. Paul Thomas - Alpha Papa
12. Paul Thomas & K3v - Aquamarina
13. Law of Attraction - Dezza
14. The Digital Blonde - Zozy

Aly & Fila

01. Graumann - My Head
02. Stereo Underground - Flashes feat. Sealine (Gai Barone Remix)
03. Dark Matter - Shadows of Depth
04. Dylhen - Apogee
05. Aly & Fila & Ferry Corsten - Camellia (Aly & Fila vs. Ferry Corsten) [Dmitry Molosh Remix]
06. Aly & Fila & Ana Criado - All Heaven (Farid Remix)
07. Aly & Fila - Sunrise At Cala Bassa (Ferry Tayle Remix)
08. Andy Moor & Alex Ryan - Reflection
09. James Dymond - Black Mirror
10. Stoneface & Terminal - Berlin 2000
11. Paul Denton - Invader
12. Aly & Fila - A World Beyond (FSOE 550 Anthem) [with Philippe el Sisi & Omar Sherif]
13. Liam Wilson - Feel Your Dream
14. Madwave & Exouler - Miracle
15. A & Z - Mesmerized
16. Paul Denton - Test of Time
17. Hazem Beltagui - Back Home (feat. Adara) [Fady & Mina vs Omar Sherif Remix]
18. Roger Shah & Aisling Jarvis - Hold Your Head Up High (Aly & Fila Remix)
19. Aly & Fila - Concorde(with Ferry Tayle) [Cold Blue Remix]

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Pre-orders of both physical and digital releases can be purchased below.


OK, we lied a little bit as it all happened a little quickly....but.....

Crystal Clouds is now running a new server with better hardware and smaller invoices each month - thanks to our provider Leaseweb.

Hopefully everything is running nicely - but if you have any issues please head over to the contact us page here:


The team at Crystal Clouds needs your help once more!

We have been exercising various changes to try and reduce the cost of running the dedicated web server for Crystal Clouds, however due to inflation, the poor market rate of the USD against the EURO and our target not being reached for a few months now - we are down to our last months (July) worth of funding. This in effect has undone the great work done by all in November/December last year.

We reach out to all members who can afford to help us keep the project online by donating what they can, but in the same sentence entirely respect the massive effort already undertaken by some users who already donate regularly.

We are in discussions with the server hosts ( to look at cheaper options, or if there are possibilities to move elsewhere - but we are trying to do this with minimal impact on the website itself.

Update 18th June

Thank you to everybody who has donated in reaction to this post!

We've raised $325 this month so far which secures the next couple of months for Crystal Clouds and allows us to have a bit of peace of mind financially.

Please note that there were a few anonymous donations, which can't be attributed to any user accounts at present. If you are missing from the list - please use the contact us page to let us know (or even reply below if you'd prefer)!


Kenji Sekiguchi and Nhato celebrated the 100th episode of "Otographic Arts" this week with an XXL event featuring DJs such as:

Dominant Space
Kenji Sekiguchi
Kyohei Akagawa

Crystal Clouds has all sets available for download now, so head on over to the Otographic Arts archive for amazing music:

Don't forget that you can catch Otographic Arts live every 1st Tuesday of the month on YouTube and ETN.FM.

For more information please visit their homepage:





Crystal Clouds is pleased to announce the addition of a second Psy Trance DJ to the website!


"Without life there would be no music, without music there would be no life."

These are the words of the Swedish psytrance DJ "Electrovibes".

In 2008 Gustav Holmberg got his first mixing program on his computer and from that day on he was hooked.

Starting with minimal techno and progressive trance he soon started to understand the music, feeling the energy and gradually developed mixing skills.

In 2010 Gustav got his first DJ-controller - at which point there was nothing holding him back.

In the last couple of years Gustav started mixing psytrance and fullon and that was when he finally found his true calling.

As the days go by, Gustav continues to develop his mixing skills more and more, making every mix more alive and interesting.

"Every song has its own message and purpose, and it's up to me to deliver that to the audience."

In his DJ sets, Gustav takes the audience on a Psychedelic Journey where there are no limits or boundaries.

And of course Gustav is planning on starting producing his own music, influenced by Artists such as Outsiders, Electric Universe, Tristan, Mad Tribe etc.

"There is no better way to share your Love than doing it through music."

Read more here: