Ovnimoon Records presents the new full length album from Aslan One called Saturday Night Fever with an 11 track collection with previous released tracks and all new Psytrance and Progressive Goa creations. Aslan One is also know as Anthony Gence and for his other solo Prog project Elepho. This album was made as a small dedication to Anthony’s family (Disco Fan’s), his parents, aunt’s and uncles, and as a tribute to his Grandparents who left the earth over the past year. Each song has a story or concept which arose from Anthony’s travel through India and to Goa. Progressive Medicine came after a lot of time to create for find the perfect mix, and was born of the alliance between the gentle melodies and brutality of a redundant kick and bass, this first title was written at the beginning of 2015. Saturday Night Fever says everything in the title, in preference to "consume" in the early evening, the track combines the acidity of synthesizers and fluidity of rhythm but stays quite dark. Kerim, a small village in North Goa, where Aslan One created this track as a little wink to the wonderful people there. Divine is dedicated to Aslan’s grandmother who disappeared at the beginning of the year, Divine is the most appropriate qualification to describe what she was, Rest in peace. Road is based on a travel history, a stellar adventure as a little Star Wars tripplets mixing acid and strange atmosphere. Do You Know was the first composition of Aslan One, you have to hear to judge. Saturn is a little continuity Road mixing the melodies and rhythms to leave in the night psytrance energy while keeping a harmonious side. Stand All was written in the mid collectif Stendal, this track is considered the next Goa, a little old and new school of the time. The final three songs are from the debut Aslan One single released earlier this year. Let the music take you to new heights and expect much more from this project.