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  1. Rain is a California Sunshine remix of Electric Universe. Not really sure how that's cribbing another person's track. Many do it. (unless you're talking about a different track, which is possible, I do not have that discography memorized. I just Nasha a lot...)
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  2. Exactly that is what it is - an old, kind of "Psytrance scene meme" ... in my opinion. We actually had memes before that "meme thing" took off and conquered the whole internet. This was one of them. So, that Psynina thing was a kind of mystery / meme / whatever... until some people did a bit of digging and found very significant signs that it's just Thomas Vitali. It was never fully proven, but neither disproven. Thomas Vitali apparently was the first who in our scene came up with that "DJane that doesn't exist" idea ... that's how I see it. Seems there was no real harm done with the Psynina thing ... the other stuff mentioned here might be worth the warning though...
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  3. Azax Syndrom, Khopat, Sidhartha, Tryambaka, Phatmatix, Seroxat, Killer Buds. All of them are classic examples of Twilight.
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  4. @Psyjafo Hi, welcome on Psynews and thanks for your support First of all, about the rolling bassline it has been popularized by Full-On but most recent Psytrance productions has a rolling bassline too so it's not peculiar to Full-On. For the classification of the artists you listed I'd say : - Ajja is usually just Psytrance on his LPs at the exception of "Spira Mirabilis" which is somewhere between Psychedelic Downtempo and Deep Trance. - Tristan as you said it, it's UK Psytrance and I think I will end to add it in the PDF. For this one I'd suggest you to ask to @Ormion, he's a better connoisseur than me on this sub-style. - Whiptongue, from what I can hear by now on his EP ("Oscillate") I'd say UK Psytrance too. - Jumpstreet I'd say Hi-Tech, but a slower kind of Hi-Tech compared to what we can hear most of the time in Hi-Tech. - Fungus Funk from his last EP, "Fractal Funk", seems to has kept a part of his "proto-Hi-Techish" Darkpsy sound on leads and FX but, not surprisignly (this EP was released on Sangoma and Timecode records after all ), has a Twilight bassline on the 2 first tracks. - Burn in Noise, from his last album ("We Stand"), it depends on the tracks, but there's blends between these sub-styles : sometimes it's UK Psyrance, sometimes a kind of slower Hi-Tech, sometimes Full-On, and some other Progressive Psytrance and even Psychedelic Downtempo/Deep Trance. - Avalon, from his last album ("Rise"), it's UK Psytrance most of the time but sometimes there's blends with Full-On. - Regan just made compilations so it woud be too long to classify each tracks from different artists. - Mad Tribe on "Superstar" : a kind of "Full-Onish" UK Psytrance. - Outsiders on "Be As You Are" : most of the time Full-On. UK Psytrance, Progressive Psytrance or Psychedelic Downtempo on some tracks with featurings. - Sonic Species on "Tokyo Sunrise (Transient Disorder Remix)" : "Full-Onish" UK Psytrance too. - Dickster (when he's alone) on "Inebriatti" : UK Psytrance. - Braincell used to be Full-On back in the days (Transformation Of Reality ), now he's UK Psytrance with some hints of Full-On on his last album, "Gaia". - Earthspace on "Machines Reflecting Love EP" : UK Psytrance. - Earthling on "Radio Gaia" : sometimes Full-On, sometimes UK Psytrance. - Electric Universe on "Lakshmi" like on his last LP "Journeys Into Outer Space" : Full-On. - Astrix on "He.Art" : "Full-Onish" Progressive Psytrance. I might be wrong but I think there's nothing Forest in the artists you listed
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  5. The funny part is that he wants to repeat the story of "Psynina" with "Bravelion", one of its "new" solo (secret) projects, that already has a collaboration with "Dayfox" as another of its public solo "new" projects and the most funny thing is that, those "new" projects in the same way, it's not music created by him, it's music that was created by ghost producers from edmwarriors and houseoftracks. https://houseoftracks.com https://edmwarriors.com I don't criticize the work of ghost producers, but it's a little pathetic that the buyer allude to and flaunt the work of others a lot as his own.
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  6. It's all part of the same connected story, so of course they feed into the post, I will make some interesting comments in the Psynina post.
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  7. Very well written and a quality post for sure, this reminds us of of the gravity of the topic. I hope that the posts about the long-standing meme side of the psynina project, will not distract too much from the serious nature of the latest developments regarding this. Be sure to keep us updated, with how this unfolds.
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  8. A while ago I read a case about "Psynina" which was booked in the past, including advances of money by part of the organizer, however this project never showed up on the place and date probably for very obvious reasons. However, you are right that the post does not focus the attention to "Psynina", but to a current and more serious situation, which was discovered by many artists in the present, where there's even exist a private group of victims of such scam and such violations of author rights, that sum more than 100 artists who are completely aware of it, and this, without forgetting the hundreds of artists who are not even aware that their works have been damaged during more than 10 YEARS by this man and in several ways. You'd be surprised how many of those who are aware now, realized the situation many years later. This doesn't take long to explode and It's a pretty grim and bad situation for the responsible, unfortunately for him, but it is a situation that more than sure that will be pursued. In Beatport, for example, many of their record labels under Plusquam have already been banned and you won't find them anymore.
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  9. Centavra is working on an album for Global Sect. Excited for that one.
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