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  1. Hello people and all lifeforms on Psynews, I thought imma give you an update on what's going on and arbitrarily share my thoughts about my life and about what is up with me on this forum here: As you might have read somewhat down the line of time, my life recently got a twist - or let me say: a complete turnaround - for the better. Ten years I have basically been sleeping under a rock and all of a sudden it went boom, somewhat - and as I came back to my senses it felt to me like I suddenly was going pretty far on the overtaking side on life's highway, in a fast car and taking turns in the driver's seat with a Soul that makes me really, really happy to be alive. Honestly, I only now realize what I have been missing out and I may ensure you from the deepest of my heart that it has nothing at all to do with any substance ingestion ... that never was my thing anyway. It's just good music and a speed of life that makes me tingle! As good as these news are for me personally, I have to admit it did not have and will not have the best effect on my time here. I will happily stay admin and do stuff when it pops up and when I have time - but I honestly am not much around anymore. If it wasn't for other people who cleaned up here besides me, it would be a true mess! A BIG THANKS to everybody in mod and admin team at this point! The forum has been "kind" to us by decreasing member activity and especially not making my attention so necessary in the past weeks ... but will it stay like that...? This brings me to a question - or rather a decision ... the way I perceive it, we are on a three way crossing and we can pick where we go from here ... the possibilities: 1.: We don't change anything and let all stay the way it is. You will maybe experience delay in requests and reports, in PMs to me, making a few spam posts disappear slower than they should. In fact I will drop by every few weeks, unregularly, clean up some stuff and tidy up a little and together with mods and admins still here we will keep it running as it currently is. 2.: We develop and evolve, get some new members in the admin and moderator panel and rock the place with good content. I'd love that -- but bear in mind that forums are on the declining side of the Internet. They won't get old that soon, but in the medium to long run we would HAVE to evolve into a Metaverse and I'd happily do that with you all, just not as a key driver because my time is a dwindling resource. 3.: Maybe you don't wanna hear it, but the internet has changed, forums are out of date and the activity counter on here shows it. I'm not going to pull out a diagram, but new posts have been steadily declining over the past years and recently some more active members left the community. Makes me wanna think out loud: Psynews could be hibernated and archived, open to browse but not to further post ... a possibility? I am just posing thoughts on my own. Everybody is welcome to voice their opinions. I am NOT saying that we stop this. I am just speaking it out as an admin for the first time and as one option of many - and without having asked anybody else. Bear in mind that this openness is also a form of me saying thanks to everybody for putting up with reduced admin time on here. Let me know your thoughts! If there's a team behind it, I'll happily stay a member, with or without admin rights as you wish, and let you carry the flame on and on cheers RTP
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  2. I love this place and if you need any help with Mod/Admin'ing, I'd be happy to support. 😃
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  3. i never liked flux and i've tried a lot to like that album not because its ambient, but because the material is flat and boring, the songs are just not that good or interesting and i can listen to drone music for hours, so it has nothing to do with my music taste
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  4. I participated in the February Suomi Sundays for Random Records this past weekend. For anyone who missed the live stream on Twitch, I've uploaded my set to YouTube. Give a listen and enjoy! Cheers 😃
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  5. That would be amazing, but judging from the newsletter "2nd and final Hallucinogen vinyl set" But that could also mean that they could come but not as sets.
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  6. Yes you're both more than likely correct that it will feature tracks previously not released on vinyl. Anyway it's very exciting.
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  7. Thanks for those replies. "Vinyl-only" would be more grammatically correct to indicate tracks released only on vinyl before, but hey the Twisted copywriter might not be either the most grammatical or the most correct writer ever 😉 It seems we will just have to wait and see in the absence of more specific information. Everyone seems to have loved the album remasters, so hopefully this will be just as good. Now could we please have a vinyl release of "In Dub" and "In Dub (Live)"! ~*~
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  8. The killer e.p. is now released worldwide ... 🐸
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  9. Newsletter from Twisted Records: Limited Edition Coloured Vinyls of the Younger Brother LPs The fabled project’s four classic albums will soon be available in high-end 180g vinyl with dazzling colour combinations to complement the warm sonics of this retro format. Limited Edition of only 400 for each title. A Flock of Bleeps features two different design effects: translucent black with light blue splatter effect and clear with a light blue starburst. Last Days of Gravity is translucent red with a black smoke effect. Vaccine is clear with a pink starburst. And Vaccine Electronic has complementary designs: pink with silver starburst and silver with pink starburst. THESE WILL BE AVAILABLE ON THE YOUNGER BROTHER BANDCAMP PAGE, FRIDAY 1ST MARCH, 10AM PST, 1PM EST, 6PM GMT. Super Deluxe 'Hologram' Museum of Consciousness Boxset Next in the vinyl department: In April we will be offering a 3 week window for pre-orders for the Super Deluxe vinyl edition of Shpongle’s Museum of Consciousness 3 x LP Boxset. This new 3 LP Set features the high-end design elements that have made all our other deluxe editions to date so sought-after. This one includes a beautiful velvet lined box and lid, crafted individual sleeves for each of the three discs in the box set, with the third record bearing a holographic Shpongle design across one side of the vinyl itself - not to mention the striking box and 180g vinyls that showcase Shpongle's splendour in sumptuous sound. This is yet another set that is a feast for the eyes and hands as well as the ear, so be sure to get yours as soon as the announcement is made to this mailing list and on the Shpongle FB page. We will produce the number of copies ordered during the presale period, so put your order in to add this treasure to your collection - stay tuned! Cosmic Trigger Launch Party in Denver, Colorado: 1st June 2024 Join Cosmic Trigger and very special guests at The Black Box in Denver for this one off launch party for the new Cosmic Trigger EP released in June. 200 Super Limited Edition picture discs will be available on the night, along with other exclusive Twisted and CT merch. This is a small intimate event with only 340 capacity, so tickets are very limited. There will also be a meet and greet with Cosmic Trigger himself. For more details check out the event on FB. Early Bird Tickets are available from the venue here Hallucinogen 'The Singles Remastered' 5LP Set And last but by no means least, coming soon: we will be announcing pre-sales of the 2nd and final Hallucinogen vinyl set, a luxurious 5 LP Set that features all of his released solo tracks that were not issued on his two iconic albums. You won’t want to miss this phenomenal collectors’ edition, which will include the only vinyl pressings of some obscure Hallucinogen masterpieces alongside familiar favourites, all beautifully remastered and in gorgeous sound on 180g vinyl! Stay tuned for the announcement coming in April/ May!
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  10. That was a very sweet and vibey track. The main lead sounds great, and the portamento is very cool. I really like the bassline too. It reminds me of something but can't put my finger on it. Look forward to hearing the rest
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  11. can't remember which songs, but it was more some psychedelic elements, not guitar power chord riffs, it didnt contribute a lot to the sound, but it was cool i talked with graham franklin after their live set and he couldn't stop talking about progressive rock and space rock and his radio show about that kind of music. so interessting that you make a link with dimension 5 and that kind of psychedelic old school music🙂 some more photo's
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  12. Loving the home made "decor" - reminds me of the diy parties we threw... I'm just wondering what track had guitar on it? Perhaps it was just played live? This is not an entirely arbitrary question - D5 had their roots in psychedelic space rock (think Hawkwind, Ozric Tentacles etc that morphed into Planet Dog and the crusty festival tradition in the UK). This is perhaps especially apparent on the brilliant and highly desirable 12"s that came out on Intastella Records around the time of Transdimensional. If you listen to tracks like "Transfix" and "Trans Xpress" this space rock and prog rock influence is clear, though it is there in the epic aspect of all their tracks. ~*~
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  13. Hey Joti thanks for the understanding. Btw really appreciate the posts you've made otherwise. Honestly using Soundpark (dodgy Russia website) was how I found psytrance and then Goa trance. Without it I may never have gotten into this genre. But now that I know labels I feel that is the better way to continue discovering releases via Bandcamp etc.
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  14. "Initial Landing" by Lunar Dawn is a mesmerizing fusion of Goa and Psy Trance that takes listeners on a mind-bending journey through pulsating beats, intricate soundscapes, and hypnotic melodies. Drawing inspiration from their previous release, "Sonar Storm," Lunar Dawn expertly blends the elements of trance and psytrance to create a transcendent sonic experience. This captivating track is just a glimpse of what awaits on their upcoming EP, "Abyss," promising an unparalleled musical voyage that will leave you yearning for more. Released on 19.02.2024. at our official Lunar Dawn Bandcamp Sasha and Chris, embarked on a daring mission to the Abyss for the second time. Their goal was to make an initial landing on a recently discovered lost temple, which was teeming with enigmatic symbols and relics that held a secret the world had forgotten for millennia. The lost temple had lain dormant for centuries, shrouded in mystery and guarded by the depths of the ocean. It was said to hold a power capable of shaping the very fabric of the ocean itself, and awakening the forces that slumbered beneath the waves. It was this power that had disrupted their sonar and piqued their curiosity, driving them to uncover the truth behind the disturbances. As Sasha and Chris descended into the depths, they encountered a world unlike any other—mysterious creatures, ancient ruins, and a sense of awe that surrounded them. The more they delved into the temple's secrets, the more they unearthed an understanding of the ancient civilization that had once thrived in this underwater realm. The enigmatic symbols and relics they discovered revealed a connection to the underwater mystic interference, hinting at a deeper, more profound purpose. As they made their way through the temple, the plot became increasingly tangled, as they encountered challenges, puzzles, and obstacles that seemed to be guarding the long-forgotten secret of the ancient civilization. With each discovery, the lines between fantasy, mystery, and science fiction blurred, as they uncovered the existence of advanced technology and mythical powers that had been thought to exist only in legends. The journey became a race against time and rival factions seeking to harness the temple's power for their own purposes. Amidst the adventure and peril, Sasha and Chris found themselves navigating through a web of intrigue, deceit, and ancient prophecies. They encountered allies and foes, each with their own motivations and agendas, as they struggled to piece together the true nature of the temple and its significance to the world above. Ultimately, as they unraveled the secrets of the lost temple and the ancient civilization, they realized that the power they sought was not just a force of nature, but a catalyst for change that could alter the very balance of the ocean and its inhabitants. In a thrilling climax, they made a choice that would determine the fate of the temple and its power, and ultimately, the fate of the world itself. It was a testament to the boundless wonders that lay hidden beneath the waves, waiting to be unearthed by those brave enough to seek them out. The story is about to be continued... You can find single sample at our official Soundcloud page, links are below: ______________________________ Track 02: Sonar Storm ______________________________ Track written and produced by Lunar Dawn. Mastering done in Erotiks Studio, 44253 by Lunar Dawn. Visual art done by Lunar Dawn Cover Artwork done by Lunar Dawn Happy listening, Earthlings! Love´n´Light from Lunar Dawn Duo!
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  15. This track's actually not bad psytrance. I wouldn't call it groundbreaking but it builds up nicely with some slightly spooky sounds. It sounds more coherent to me than a lot of the modern psy, there's variety to the percussion, quieter bits and little bits of melody. Love the artwork as well.
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  16. It's nice seems IDM, braindance keep going.
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  17. ^ im thinking the reason might be in the title, family of LIGHT, that the 'open hihats blasts your ears with piercing frequencies' n' ''ear piercing tones.' & 'katana blade of high frequency screech' creates that LIGHT on a massive trip.. 🤪
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  18. oh, and i have a strong dislike of DJs / organizers not using / promoting the DJ pronounce and having ppl think the person DJing has made the music. I mean, some fucks don't even mention they DJ other Artists music, on i.e. Soundcloud 🫥😛🙄 ..i think this anti-use of Dj started around the major rise of DDJs. If you have not made the music you're playing, you're a DJ. Deal with it 😎 ..@Moderator, there's toooo many emojis to choose from, IMO.. oh'be'have!@self
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  19. Store: https://www.beatport.com/release/dirty-experiments-20/4447125 Release Date: 2024-02-14 Label: Transubtil Records Catalog: TS023 Genre: PsyDark Artist: Ingenious Brain Title: Dirty Experiments 2.0 TrackList: 01. Twisted Perception [07:05] 02. New Horizon [07:09] 03. Ugly And Smelly (Ingenious Brain Remix) [08:03]
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  20. Store: https://www.beatport.com/release/kind-of-crazy/4396276 Release Date: 2024-02-14 Label: Blue Tunes Records Catalog: BTRDR1211 Genre: PsyTrance Artist: Red Pulse Title: Kind of Crazy TrackList: 01. Kind Of Crazy [05:07]
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  21. Store: https://www.beatport.com/release/i-would-die-for-you-remix/4441347 Release Date: 2024-02-12 Label: Digital Music Crew Catalog: CAT998730 Genre: PsyTrance Artist: HawkMoon & Aquastereo Title: I would die for you TrackList: 01. I Would Die For You (Zeftriax Remix) [06:53]
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  22. It's all right, too bad it's unlistenable due to the ear piercing tones. Sadly that's one of the main gripes with etnica/pl/cc. Good music but barely able to listen to it. One of my fav pl tracks is zeta reticuli but nearly impossible to enjoy cause that open hihats blasts your ears with piercing frequencies. If I were to do psilocybin therapy to that track all I could focus on was that katana blade of high frequency screech whenever the oh hits. I never understood why they completely obliterated their tracks like that. Astral, mfg, Simon etc did not. You can tune in to any of their albums without getting blasted in the ears by sharp spears.
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  23. Uptempo: 1. Dosage - Cosmic Experience 2. Triquetra - Myriad Vision 3. VA - Tricky Grain 4. Texas Faggott - MEZiZAH 5. Morphic Resonance - Extrasensory Perception 6. Nervasystem - Underground Culture 7. Guagibo - Two Loves, One Life 8. VA - Hugjan & Maudjan 9. Xenomorph - Negative Time EP 10. Attoya & Foggy - Normal Trolls Talking
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  24. Congratulations for the good work. Reminds Goa sounds. It's always good to get out of the box a little, and listen to some vibrant sounds.
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  25. The first one barely has a kickdrum. Sounds a bit weird. The second one you posted sounds completely different.. 🤤 I vibe with it. Not bad at all.
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  26. The first track was absolute shit. The second track was absolute shit. Why would anyone care if this person keeps releasing the same shit with different titles? No one should be listening to this person regardless...
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  27. i was only joking about that a lot of songs are generic and sounds the same🙂 but allmost everybody uses ideas of another person in music, that's normal, that's evolution but this case of Goch is not plagiarism and is not illegal, an artist can release the same song under other names, since spotify it's happening more and more with acts and bands..the philisophy is that you have a bigger chanche to get attention to you band and recieve revenue, i've read an article about it in a music magazine, strategies to get more listens but on the long term, i think, it's a very stupid strategy
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  28. of all the goa trance albums ever made, this is my favorite one of all time almost 25 years ago i heard it for the first time...and it changed my life for me it's perfection: the melodies, the atmosphere, the story told through the album, i also like the kicks and percussion, the samples are perfect....and i can listen to the album every day and it always brings back memories and total happiness....every month i listen to it and it always does the trick i also remember the first time they played in belgium with a reunion for the re-release of this album...it was at a party in antwerp in 2008, with kerry palmer, graham franklin and if i remember correct they even brought nick wenham who was sitting in a chair at the stage doing nothing...i remember talking with kerry palmer about this album and how i loved it and he was very friendly, and talking with graham franklin about bands from the 60's and 70's and his radio show about that kind of music.........it was a night to remember forever for me dimension 5 are the absolute gods of goa trance togheter with etnica/pleaidians
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  29. Seems alright it is a question of taste too doing what you want, you seem in a good way keep learning and evolving.
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  30. We both are pretty amateur at least you got some melody, what DAW you use? What synths?, do you any compressor in bass with sidechain in the kick and at the master channel any compressor to glue the tracks? you should too add some delay and reverb in the synths, if you want your sound good you need every single sound to have sound quality, the tom toms, hihats and the crash seems good, maybe some reverb in the drums except the kick leave it without any delay and reverb, I think you need a more standard kick and bass sound, there are no rules but a more standard kick and bass is what defines a Goa track, I think you need to work in the kick and bass. The way I make my bass is sawtooth in one oscillator a sine wave half the intensity, the filter low pass at 250 hertz max the a little resonance or none, the I experiment with one envelope at cutoff filter and other at the amplitude/Volume leave this one with a small attack and release.
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  31. Hey-hey. How's it? This is a bit of a large scale topic to tackle but I've been thinking about it every now and then. So the main question is - how's everything changed considering psytrance culture? What do you think? It's obviously a question that's intertwined with our technological/social/human progression. It's difficult to start making an analysis but to get things started... I'm arguing people are in collective terms less focused. This means what we "consume" needs to be easy and fast to digest. Any person needs to make a conscious effort to withhold a long attention span in the age is smart phones and social media. A shorter attention span is not the only thing - if you browse through endless amounts of data (phone/computer...), the creators of this data are in battle to win your attention. Your attention is money, straight and honest. It's views, likes and ad revenue. As you might have noticed, this battle is intense and ugly. It's almost like as if you've suddenly landed in this weird zoo with endless amount of monkeys hitting cymbals together. The loud and obscene run the show. Attention is also a drug like phenomenon, some people crave for it and are willing to take any measure to achieve it. And it certainly has been this way before the invention of internet, but nowadays you can't escape this toxic energy that easily. We're physically less in contact and digitally affected by behavior that we can easily classify sub standard. But isn't it so, that we've actually developed a skill to avoid the negative aspect of internet to some degree? That skill is indifference. People are far more indifferent than before. We just have to ignore a lot of things, because the amount of stimulus has significantly risen in the 10-15 years or so. In global terms the rise of indifference is great for the ones in control. But for the majority, for the planet, for the evolution of mankind... it's toxic. It creates a world of apathy and that's when things get dark when we run out of empathy and hopefulness. Let's see how the aforementioned, in my opinion, affects psytrance culture: 1) Drop of quality / When it's "fast-food" it means you only have to figure out a few things like production standards to achieve the pop-appeal. And sure, there's a place for easily digestible music and it can be fun too. But how about the very opposite? The ruthlessly difficult yet intelligent sound? The reason to do music, the idea behind it, has certainly changed for the worse. The big names are very clinical in their approach and pretty much create the same track over and over again. These days there's more ego & less Soul. 2) Drop of interest / People are less engaged. Less focus means we give each other, not to mention our art, less time and appreciation. We hardly stop to admire a great work even when we hear it. We don't write reviews. Those take time and who cares! Right? That's just the way cookie crumbles these days. 3) No more classics / There's no consensus on what's good and what's not. Just a few single opinions at most. There's no real indicators of quality and popularity these days neither, because views and stardom can be bought. We can all probably agree Hallucinogen's Twisted is a classic yes? But come to talk about anything from the last 10 years I wouldn't know. I couldn't know. 4) Less story-telling albums / ...and more digital singles! Because singles can be released more often therefore staying "active" as an artist/label. Activity is one of the key elements to gaining attention online. A full length album? Yesterday's antics.
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  32. Suntrip Classix Vol. 2 - Mars 2023 Battle Of The Future Buddhas – Into Heaven 8:45 MFG – Pure Energy 9:23 Denshi-Danshi – Mariposa (Live Remix) 7:56 Morphic Resonance – Psychedelic Hell 8:13 Radical Distortion – The Dreamer 7:34 Khetzal – Gather Your Herds 9:12 Nebula Meltdown – Alnitak Sunrise 7:29 Asura Vs. Aes Dana – Elie 9:58 Super compilation from Suntrip, the second in their Suntrip Classix series. I can sum up my feelings on this one by saying what a bliss it is to have Battle of the Future Buddhas on vinyl, but plenty of other great tracks too. I feel that this compilation is better than Vol 1, mainly because the tracks are all corkers, but also because it is quite carefully curated and has flow. Battle of the Future Buddhas "Into Heaven" - What can I say, Songs From a Forgotten Memory is a titanic release and the best album of 2021 for me, so this is just a beautiful track that sounds incredible on vinyl. Please Suntrip release the whole album on vinyl. A+++ MFG "Pure Energy" - I'm also a big fan of MFG and rate The Prophecy as one of the greatest Goa albums. Happily "Pure Energy" does not disappoint. Once it gets going after a dreamy intro that modulates between the pretty and the eerie, this track has a slapping rhythm section and bubbling synths leading to the main 303 melody that rips along with, you got it, pure energy. This is quite a blissful track very much in the Israeli tradition. A Denshi-Danshi "Mariposa (Live Remix)" - That Denshi-Danshi's "Mariposa" is probably the weakest track on the album shows just what a quality compilation this is. A swirly track with a memorable pixie-like main melody, I have nothing critical to say about it. A Morphic Resonance "Psychedelic Hell" - What a storming track. Now we see that the 3 openers, excellent as they were, were just an extended bubbling build up and we reach boiling point with Morphic Resonance's heavy duty stomper. This track comes from City of Moons, still Morphic's best album in my view, and takes no prisoners - there's a relentless, pummelling, punishing heavy metal quality to this track that whilst dark in a sci-fi way bursts with energy and confidence. Great track. A+ Radical Distortion "The Dreamer" - The segue between "Psychedelic Hell" and "The Dreamer" is perfect, both tracks are in a similar tempo so djs can very easily mix the two together. I love the slight waver on the lead 303 melody - o'er am I getting the psychedelic shivers? A Khetzal "Gather Your Herds" - We come down from the peak of the Morphic Resonance and Radical Distortion tracks to the blissed out Khetzal track. This track features one of those melodies that once it gets lodged in your head won't get out - a joyous ear-worm melody that reminds me of the happily naive days of Platipus Records. Luckily this bliss is balanced by the fact that this track is quite long and unfolds in an epic, almost stately, fashion, or else it might have been a nursery rhyme. A Nebula Meltdown "Alnitak Sunrise" - The revelation of the compilation for me as I hadn't heard it before. What a flipping great track this is. The production values are superb and it sounds just glorious on my system on vinyl - an audiophile experience. Featuring a slapping beat and gated choirs, this is a very old school track that also reminds me of Platipus Records. A+ Asura vs Aes Dana "Elie" - The comedown is this beautiful track with Indian chanting and an epic quality. Classic track. A+ Not a single track that I don't rate at least A - impressive. Just as impressive is how carefully curated this VA album is, slowly building towards a peak and then slooowly coming down from that peak into relaxation. If you want a party at home, you can do a lot worse than just putting this compilation on. It is also noteworthy how old school this compilation is - it even has Platipus Records style vibes towards the end and it doesn't get more old school or more childishly happy than that! Good job Suntrip Records! ~*~
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  33. i don't have the vinyl so i can't say a thing about that, but i know the eight songs my top three are: 1. morphic resonance: i like all three of his albums, the first one was the most in your face one, pure power and energy, it is what it is, and its FIRE, just let the hardware go! and dont spend 1000 hours on perfecting a song in cubase, like his attitude and this is one of his better songs 2. asura vs aes dana: memories of parties in belgium at 10 o clock in the morning, nostalgia 3. khetzal - gather your herds: its total cheesy, over the top, too happy, naive BUT it works and makes me happy, it does the trick, have seen him live with his violin doing downtempo and uptempo sets, always fun always been a suntrip fan, like the most of their releases, i can still remember when they released their first album and when they and there friends organised their first party, they really started a revival (and a chanche to see a lot of legendary acts at small parties)
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  34. Dragon - Riplash
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  35. big xenomorph fan over here, i like all his stuff, he has made three different albums (i always like that artists don't repeat themself) that are very good new songs sound good, just as his other suntrip work on various albums exicted for the new album, finally happening this year
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  36. Yes I am listening right now, it's great stuff! Very energetic and greatly polished.
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  37. This comment is so funny every time I'm seeing it You might be bit surprised but people are buying it they must be deaf or maybe they don't have a good taste like you must have then. Anyway I wish good day everyday
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  38. I already deleted them all. Apologies to those who make a living from producing and selling new products. Peace, Love, Union & Respect
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  39. I agree with you. I'm going to be more careful and not put up websites to download albums. P.L.U.R .
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  40. Completely agree Tsotsi. I clicked on the link and was appalled to see the new Xenomorph ep, for just one example, for free download on this Russian site - I ordered the vinyl of this ep from Suntrip records directly and it hasn't even arrived in the post yet. A free flac download is a slap in the face to me, let alone Mark Petrick and Suntrip Records, and suggests disrespect.
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  41. Just realized but gotta be honest. Not a big fan of you posting free download links on the site. They look dodgy but also take away from an artist a potential sale which would go a long way to them making more music. You do you, but don't think it should be on Psynews. I'm not saying I don't want you Jotinha here. Just the links on the Russian shop remind me of soundpark
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  42. I'm holding it 🙃
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  43. who is gonna buy this? sounds really bad. call me negative nancy all you want, im just being honest. its god awful. music, mixing, mastering, its all bad. edit: ok im sorry i should say something nice also. i rather like the hitech track at the end, sounds half decent! and the artwork is very cool.
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  44. Not new music per se, but finally most of my music collection in reunited. When I left Greece 10 years ago, I had to leave my CD collection behind. But now they are back with me, only a 30kg box remaining to be shipped . Time to see what hidden treasures I will uncover.
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  45. Reply to Parasphere.. I left Facebook nearly 2 years ago. I feel so much better for that even though I feel I miss the online company of quite a few people. The extreme filtering of people's life is not more real than not knowing anything about what they are doing. It's a highly edited, false representation of people's lives. It is also very strange to have such a wide mix of people that you know intimately, quite well, a bit, very little and hardly at all. I decided to control it and not let it control me. It is addictive in a very strange way and not many addictive things are good for us, hard to think of any actually. I understand it as a business tool and for musicians/artists (still a business tool still in large part) there you can present the persona you need to present and not get overly personal. But for personal use I found it too demanding, addictive and strange to carry on with. Even real life with few people around is better than that, go out and look at some landscape, sky, nature a beach or something with the hours saved doing whatever the hell social media is. Slowly digital is becoming like a prison, a digital prison, like a lot of technology is, when you can no longer do anything in world without a mobile phone we are in great peril, vulnerable, weaker, easy to destabilize and disrupt. This is not conspiratorial it's in plain sight.
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