Gli Hybryds propongono un incrocio fra Brian Eno e Dead Can Dance in
versione esotica ed esoterica con Music For Rituals (Artware, 1993)
e soprattutto con il
colossale The Rhythm Of The Ritual (Charnel House, 1994).
The Ritual Of Rave (Daft) ricicla invece le stesse idee di world-music
cerimoniale cercando di aprirsi a nuove avventure ritmiche.
The Hybryds, a male-female duo from Belgium who had already released the
Mythical Music From the 21st Century (Rioart, 1986 - Triton, 1999) and
the two parts of The Ritual Should Be Kept Alive (Rioart, 1991 and 1992),
were revealed in the vein of
Dead Can Dance by the exotic, exoteric, electronic
Music For Rituals (Artware, 1992) and, after the
relaxing, new age music of
Soundtrack Voor Het Aquarium (Antwerp Zoo, 1993 - Daft, 1995),
topped that achievement with the colossal
The Rhythm Of The Ritual (Charnel House, 1994).
The Ritual Of Rave (Daft, 1995) modernized that idea of cerimonial
Dreamscapes From A Dark Side (Daft, 1996),
Cortex Stimulation (Daft, 1996) and
Clavis (Old Europa Cafe, 1997), a collaboration with Nebulon,
are minor works that indulge in their worst excesses.
Ein Phallischer Gott (Crowd Control Activities, 1997) is a collection
of leftovers from 1986-1996.
Oniro (World serpent, 1997) is the first solo album from Yasnača.
Tectonic Overload (Antzen, 1998) is a concept album based on samples
and topics borrowed from the film "Johnny Mnemonic".
The tracks are orgies of polyrhythms but not very inventive.
Virtual Impact (Daft, 1999) is a live album.