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  2. > Follow Artmox : - Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/artmoxofficial - Website : https://www.artmox-music.com - Bookings E-Mail : booking@plusquam-agency.net - Bookings Hotline : +49 (0) 1573 83 89 153 - Plusquam Records : http://www.plusquam-records.net - Manager : Thomas Vitali - E-Mail : contact@plusquam-records.net Artmox is an progressive psytrance act from germany and was founded in 2004 by Timo Müller. He discovered goa- and psytrance parties in his area in the year 2000, when he was 20 years old, and was instantly infected by its unique sounds and experiences. During the last years was he experimenting a lot with digital and analogue instruments to realize his own interpretation of music within psytrance. He visited audio-engineering school back in 2001 with the intention to start producing after that. His music can be described as pure psychedelic trance with driving bass-lines, screaming leads and atmospheric textures. In 2014 he releases his debut EP called "Cosmic Dash" and in july 2016 his full lengh album "Gentry of the Dusk". He is also presented on nine compilations with other artists such as : "Sonic Entity", "Ital", "Liquid Soul", "Allaby", "Day.Din", "DJ Fabio", "Synsun", "Hardy Veles", "Safi Connection", "Simply Wave", "Klacid", "Space Buddha", "Earthling", "Hamelin", "I.M.D.", "Monu", "Cyklones", "Dark Nebula", "Tikal", "Pakman", "Silent Sphere", "Paste", "Johann Bley", "Nexus", "Cryptexmarble", "Liftshift", "Human Blue", "Erotic Dream", "Jiser", "Ski Fi", "Eleusyn", "Liquid Sound".... on labels like : "Midijum Records", "Goa Crops Records", "Plusquam Digital", "Sin Records", "PsyTropic Records", "Icarus Creations", "Planet B.E.N Records", "Plusquam Believed", "Zombster Records" and he is currently working on his new album. For the mastering and the final fine tune of his productions, Timo intends in the near future to work in collaboration with Hector Stuardo and Shahar Shtrikman. He has already been live on stage with world-famous acts like : "Antix", "Ritmo", "DJ Fabio", "Benni Moon", "Ticon", "Helber Gun", "Materia", "Solaris Vibe", "Kularis" .... > Follow Trancentral : - Youtube : http://bit.ly/TrancentralSubscribe - Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/TrancentralTV - Blog : http://trancentral.tv - GlideBros : http://www.glidebros.com
  3. > Follow Artmox : - Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/artmoxofficial - Website : https://www.artmox-music.com - Bookings E-Mail : booking@plusquam-agency.net - Bookings Hotline : +49 (0) 1573 83 89 153 - Plusquam Records : http://www.plusquam-records.net - Manager : Thomas Vitali - E-Mail : contact@plusquam-records.net Artmox is an progressive psytrance act from germany and was founded in 2004 by Timo Müller. He discovered goa- and psytrance parties in his area in the year 2000, when he was 20 years old, and was instantly infected by its unique sounds and experiences. During the last years was he experimenting a lot with digital and analogue instruments to realize his own interpretation of music within psytrance. He visited audio-engineering school back in 2001 with the intention to start producing after that. His music can be described as pure psychedelic trance with driving bass-lines, screaming leads and atmospheric textures. In 2014 he releases his debut EP called "Cosmic Dash" and in july 2016 his full lengh album "Gentry of the Dusk". He is also presented on nine compilations with other artists such as : "Sonic Entity", "Ital", "Liquid Soul", "Allaby", "Day.Din", "DJ Fabio", "Synsun", "Hardy Veles", "Safi Connection", "Simply Wave", "Klacid", "Space Buddha", "Earthling", "Hamelin", "I.M.D.", "Monu", "Cyklones", "Dark Nebula", "Tikal", "Pakman", "Silent Sphere", "Paste", "Johann Bley", "Nexus", "Cryptexmarble", "Liftshift", "Human Blue", "Erotic Dream", "Jiser", "Ski Fi", "Eleusyn", "Liquid Sound".... on labels like : "Midijum Records", "Goa Crops Records", "Plusquam Digital", "Sin Records", "PsyTropic Records", "Icarus Creations", "Planet B.E.N Records", "Plusquam Believed", "Zombster Records" and he is currently working on his new album. For the mastering and the final fine tune of his productions, Timo intends in the near future to work in collaboration with Hector Stuardo and Shahar Shtrikman. He has already been live on stage with world-famous acts like : "Antix", "Ritmo", "DJ Fabio", "Benni Moon", "Ticon", "Helber Gun", "Materia", "Solaris Vibe", "Kularis" .... > Follow Trancentral : - Youtube : http://bit.ly/TrancentralSubscribe - Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/TrancentralTV - Blog : http://trancentral.tv - GlideBros : http://www.glidebros.com
  4. very good point and i fully agree was the reason why i didn't get juggling from you and did a trade with someone else for it especially from us far away countries, glad i persisted to the end on this one (yes it was the blue case that got me, nice work my old friend, where you get your marketing degree??)
  5. Espoo Sound Machine - Discobedience From the depths of Espooian forests comes a sound that makes you soil your pants, but not because it's bad, BUT because you probably ate some laxatives and then the sounds irritate your bowels. Boom, discobedience, killer ep of bunch of non dancable "groovy" tunes straight outta inside of ring road 3. Enjoy! Produced by Topias Lilja https://soundcloud.com/esmesmesmesmesm Art by Ufox www.facebook.com/kseniya.ufox Cooked by Spuge User & Pecheneg www.facebook.com/soundkitchen/ 1. Anti Dance Music 2. Iloliemikuutio 3. Purple Woods 4. Bon Ape Tit 5. Illlusion 6. Sapnu Puas https://soundkitchenrecords.bandcamp.com/album/espoo-sound-machine-discobedience
  6. kvd

    Lost in Time: From 18 -> 19

    meeting point will be in "de vorte vis" pub in YPRES from 18H location is border france-belgium in area poperinge https://www.google.com/search?q=vort'n+vis+ieper&oq=vorte+vis+i&aqs=chrome.1.69i57j0l2.6460j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
  7. LeLotusBleu

    Normal Trance

    My normal Trance tunes of the day One of the best duo in Trance ever : Jam & Spoon , here with a song not too much known from the cd Maxi Find Me, i mean Die Kraft Der Vier Herzen => A classical hypnotic Trance from Pete Lazonby =>
  8. Yesterday
  9. Padmapani

    Normal Trance

    it's been a while since someone recommended john 00 fleming's healing in this forum. has anyone run into other new non-cheesy trance such as that one since? meanwhile i'll leave you with another classic: this is by far the best version. don't try to convince me otherwise
  10. Padmapani

    Need some new Goa

    as someone who, whenever possible, presses play as the first thing when i get up and presses pause as the last thing before i go to bed, i must confess that i do get irritable when i don't get listen to any psytrance for a day. also, when i haven't listened to music for a few days and then put on headphones i trip out a lot more than usual. so we have withdrawals and tolerance development. two clear indicators of addiction
  11. Padmapani

    New Logic Bomb

    after a little playtime i am a little disappointed. contary to popular opinion i loved the grid and had high hopes when i saw there was a new release. while the grid was an equal mixture of great and good/soso tracks, this seems more consistent. namely, the great tracks are missing. however it's still unmistakably logic bomb, so there's hope that the new album will, like all the previous ones, get better with repeated listening.
  12. Well, I can't speak for the artists who did the work in the links you posted, but I was inspired by the original artwork by Stanley Mouse. I grew up seeing Mouse's artwork on albums covers for bands like Journey, whose music didn't resonate with me, but the vinyl album covers were mesmerizing and ultimately influential. The 2-hour mix features a lot of tracks from my 2014 "Imbue" album. On the back of the CD album cover also features a winged scarab painted by my friend, artist Jack Shure. He was inspired by Stanley Mouse, as well. Mouse was inspired by Egyptian symbology and the mythos of Khepri.
  13. BASS-O-MATIC

    Denshi Danshi - Brain Chemistry [Suntrip Records]

    My personal favourite CD from Suntrip this year. World in Between from the Aurora Sidera Sampler is a great Track too.
  14. LeLotusBleu

    Normal Trance

    Paragliders has already been quoted in this thread but not with this song in this special mix => A less known tune but very catchy to me You can't be wrong with Platipus label=> Let's finish for today with this melodic trance anthem =>
  15. Shpongled247

    New Logic Bomb

    Honestly did not even know it was out. After the Grid i didn't have that high hopes for the direction it was heading but will give it a go! Maybe it just didn't get much promo from its label?
  16. Please tell me what you think:
  17. Album is out!! Head of Nasa and Chenchen Barvaz are my favorites And Bliss on Mushrooms rocks!
  18. TERA AMATA, comes back with a new Tribal and Psychedelic piece with the theme of Zulu singing and African percussion. they still appreciate the old-fashioned synth. good listening. https://tera-amata.bandcamp.com/track/zulupsy
  19. I just placed my pre-order as well! One small thing Fede... when I placed my order in your DAT records webshop (using firefox), the initial shipping price showing was the most expensive (COURIER) option... I imagine it would be better to show the other cheaper option as default (as it then looks like it is cheaper to order through e.g. bandcamp, while that is not really the case), confused me anyways, before I went further in the ordering process
  20. LeLotusBleu

    Goa Trance live by Dj AMARILLYS

    Just found this on youtube => Enjoy
  21. Richpa

    The metal thread

    Sulphur Aeon is great, GTTA was amazing! And my personal winner for this year is: They kept delivering progressive goodness, and even this time they had a pleasant suprises ready for us. This level of musicianship is unbelievable.
  22. Hey, your music is very nice, been there with it. So much positive prop to you for your outputs. May i ask whats the art connection /why? http://avatarmusic.bandcamp.com/album/amnesia https://youtu.be/OBe-ImPUqdw
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  24. Jon Cocco

    Triquetra - Ecstatic Planet

    1. Gate to Happiness 08:45 2. Stormbringer 08:31 3. No Unexpected Errors 07:50 4. Homonculus 08:57 5. Gargantuan Tribes (Live) 08:24 6. Starbirth 08:26 7. Psychic Dissonance 08:30 8. Chosen By The Gods 08:36 9. Helios 09:01 Since I know very little about Triquetra other than they make Goa and are released by Suntrip, I'll get right to the point. No Unexpected Errors, Gargantuan Tribes, Psychic Dissonance, and Helios stood out to me right away. 1. Gate to Happiness has a beautiful, atmospheric, Ambient-influenced (with feels!) introduction that developes until the beat drops at 1:48 (very cool). The distinct sound of Triquetra arrives-- a whirlwind of melodies. Harmonious ones fly above as deeper ones swims below among a key tune. The uplifting vibe is pleasant. The middle act though could have had more ingenuity, character, something to make it stand out and be more enjoyable. Act 2 is fairly bland and in that regard, the song could have benefited from being shorter. Fortunately, the last act is dynamic, exciting, and showcases beautiful sound/melody work. Here the song comes alive. Talk about a rebound! The last act is excellent. Good track! B+ 2. Stormbringer dives into its psychedelic rhythm and momentum early on, though the acid lines are a bit much (for me). Your music is beautiful without being too acidy. The female voice 'accent' is catchy. The first act is pretty good. Unfortunately the music gets repetitive and lacks diversity in sounds and overall track creation (for lack of better words) to break the 'samey' sound. The last act sounds homogenous, and adds a few new synths that compliment. I'm not suggesting that Act 2 doesn't have differences. Neither the second nor (especially) final act showcases much IMO to distinguish and refreshingly compliment the acts that preceded it. To me, the song feels like one long extensive act. Eventually I grow tired. C+ / B- 3. No Unexpected Errors is more dynamic and interesting! The synth work is punchy and memorable. Constantly changing and keeping me hooked. Nice use of accents! The lead that later arrives is gripping. It's not too in-my-face and compliments the supporting sounds. Act 2 allows us to catch our breath by reducing layers while maintaining speed. The transition, buildup, and variety in arrangement keeps the music interesting. More atmosphere could have gone a long way, and there's very little here. I like the voice sample. It sounds cinematic, Sci-Fi-esque, and transitions the music to the most exciting terrain yet! Ideas like this are fun. I'd love to hear more elements that excite and surprise us. Great track! Now why couldn't the first two songs have had all three acts this good?! A- 4. Homonculus seems to be the love or hate song. I like it but have some complaints. The first act could have been better. It's just not that interesting. The melody combinations are nice, but they're not that good. There is a harder edged synth that compliments the lighter sounds early on, but that's it for Act 1 (from me). The sounds fall to the background during a transition that would have been more interesting had an element been introduced during the transition to wet our curiosity. A sudden BOOM (impact effect) followed by a Black Crystal sample guide us to a far more interesting and superior Act 2, and this is where the song shines. The music gets very psychedelic, bouncy, and fluid in the classic Goa sense. I just wish the third act was as enjoyable. After a second, more interesting transition, the music returns more energized, though no memorable tunes seem present. I admire the song for taking some risks and having some good ingredients. As a whole, it's just not that memorable around the distinct change up in Act 2. B- / B 5. Gargantuan Tribes (Live) is great! The use of the organic instrument is so creative, organic sounding (refreshing, yes!). The song showcases a wonderful way of using a didgeridoo! Man that's catchy! The track has a subtle hypnotic sound throughout, and many elements (sound/melody work) that support the instrument's usage. The song is fairly simple and could have evolved a little more, as it felt a little repetitive by the end, but the simplicity and what they accomplished here is great! These artists have to do more creative stuff with incorporating organic instruments to Goa. Organic elements (at times) make the music feel different. more lively and enjoyable. Well done. A- 6. Starbirth is a blast of danceable GOA bliss, though Act 1+2 could have showcased more sparkling gems, each act builds nicely on the former one. A request is to more catchy (interesting) opening acts since the tracks are quite gripping by the second half (the last track obviously grabbed me sooner). The growing energy and feels via ascension (like we're raising, uplifting) is terrific. Act 3 completely evolves into something wild and beautiful! I simply wish Act 1 was more interesting because the payoff is worth it! Starbirth has one of the best, most infectious climaxes I've heard all year! A- 7. Psychic Dissonance has a more arresting (decisive sounding) opening. The unique, morning (maybe influenced), but more psychedelic sound/melody work in Act 1 is unique! Something with the beat, baseline, and/or overall song makes the music feel more refreshing. Sometimes less is more! The energy (arrangement, notes) in Act 2 continues to develop like a story playing out. There's light and dark, beauty and danger. The electrical accent FX are catchy, like water droplets hitting a hot stove top (synthesized) as they skip across the beat. A transition smoothly evolves us into bouncy (infectiously danceable!) Goa terrain. It's excellent and so catchy! We reach another transition. The music falls to the back, save a few industrial FX, an interesting interlude of sorts. The tunes evolve and overall direction is so varied and engaging. What plays out can be described as ascensional-- like a magic elevator taking us to the higher dimensions. Gorgeous sound/melody work and direction! Like T2 or the FIRST Matrix film, the artist(s) seemed to go ALL OUT with the vision and finale. A- / A 8. Chosen By The Gods has a catchy female sample early on. The first act involves tingly melodies, ever-growing next to soundscapes, etc. In the second or third minute, I started wondering where the song was going, as it grows a little repetitive (idea wise). There is a relatively catchy clicking sound and some interesting terrain would be helpful. Through more acidy than I prefer, Act 2 is superior. There is an elevating, some type of sound effect that works well in the second half. The female voice re-appears and the music improves, and the last act is very good! I simply wish that the song was more memorable (as a whole) considering how much I enjoyed the last three songs. B 9. Helios showcase beautiful sound/melody work. Ahhh... direction, terrain, feeling, things that are interesting. I wish the best tracks were chosen by the Gods. Seriously, the artists built this with passion, love, and care. At least it seems like that. The soft melodies, sounds and ouches work well via Act 1. Again, it seems like a majestic story is being told. A castle in the sky. The fantasy sound is really nice. A bit of ambient via backdrop here and there could have potentially complimented but I'm not complaining. Act 2 gets juicier at just the right time. The energy picks up and and melodies deepen like chapters in a fantasy novel. So much emotion (God where is their much emotion in this album before this song?) feels conveyed which is beautifully realized here. I like the gentle echoed melodies in the second half. It's like a massage as we enter a transition (calming but interesting), then suddenly the artists RISK making things more dynamic. A VERY catchy, bouncy Goa lead appears, combining with luscious soundscape, this culminates in a rich, complex, and harmoniously magical finale that is superb. The song has spirit (genuine feeling, emotion) and wish there was more of that (in this regard, to the success of songs like this) on the album. I rarely ever say magical anymore to describe Goa music but this is magical sounding, and ends the album in a memorable way. Beautiful work. My girlfriend and I both impressed with how ever expansively gorgeous this song gets!!! A CONCLUSION There's a ton of creativity on this album! The first two tracks simply do not do justice to how grand, complex, catchy, and distinct the sound/melody work is on this album. It's a relief to see artists that still understand the importance of leading us in with an intro. The sound/melody work is crisp, catchy. It's clear the artist(s) have their own distinct style and if some of this is old-school influenced (more or less), I say great (no sarcasm)! The album's first half showcases edgier work (around and including some unconventional elements in Goa). The album's second half, though not every song for every moment, showcases ascensional sound/melody work, e.g., Starbirth, Psychic Dissonance, Helios-- exposing us to fresh sounds and ideas, taking us to new heights with imagination and some pretty neat tricks along the way. Talk about mood-lifting! The last act of Track 1 and Track 3 is what got me into the album. A few songs could have been better, less repetitive at times but that was not a common issue for me. I simply saw things that I thought could have been better (around so much that's positive!) and I feel like I addressed that above. Nitpicks aside, this is a strong release. At least 3-4 songs are some of the most enjoyable, best Goa tracks I've heard all year. I also feel that way about a couple songs on E-Mantra's 2018 album, Stapanii Timpului, as well as Morphic Resonance's 2018 album, Perplexity. I had my criticisms with those albums too (in my reviews), but ultimately found them enjoyable and worth getting. All in all-- Ecstatic Planet is a smart, refreshing, articulative (no muddled production layers or sounds anywhere!), and eclectic release, and one of the best electronic [Goa Trance] albums of 2018. Highly recommended for those desiring something different in Goa-Trance. Favorite tracks: 3, 5, 6, 7, 9 And the last act in Track 1... And the second half of Track 9, it's like we just entered a higher frequency, fantasy dimension = A-W-E-S-O-M-E ! 8/10 Stream a full track
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