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  1. So the RYM Box Set project was started on the music database rateyourmusic (RYM for short) now known as Sonemic. It's a group project to highlight the essential artists, albums, and tracks for every music genre + scene. The ultimate guide to music genres. 11 Years+ Now!. It's as easy a way to explore a genre as it gets and is a chronological mixtape with a purpose. It was created on 2009 and is still being very actively worked and expanded by a multitude of people. It has over 1,000 genre sets with nearly 1,300 discs worth of music. Many of these are stream-able on YouTube and Spotify. I
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  2. One in a thousand? No! This new release is really really good Don't miss their first release, a pure dream,... goa labels must and should support each other more As the manager of Cronomi Rec. I think this digital release really deserves a serious mention! Check it @ Deities-and-demons-records
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  3. Haha! No we don't!!! Thanks for the splendid review; happy to read you appreciated our out of the box move on this one - but than again, that's the m-run & cronomi trade mark: doing the non obvious, keeps us suprised and our minds'n ears fresh and open Yeah, some disliked the art work, BUT didn't read the whole story behind it BUT than again, @ cronomi we try to mantain the suprises in the music & in the album covers #original
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  4. Artist: M-Run Title: Live Session Album Label: Cronomi Records Date: March, 2020 1. Live Session 1 - A Trip to Andromeda 2. Live Session 2 - Technosonic 3. Live Session 3 - Spiral Cloud 4. Live Session 4 - Chronos (Live Version) 5. Live Session 5 - The Magic Mug 6. Live Session 6 - The Redeemer 7. Live Session 7 - Hexagon 8. Live Session 8 - Oxigenated Seal What's this? A new M-run album? Sure, I'll dig into this. Let me get a cup of coffee first to keep focused. Hold my calls. Ahhh...that's the stuff. Now let's see...M-run fo
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  5. @GeorgeMoonstoneD your opinion is very valuable and interesting. but here is how youre wrong. filteria is on the same label as this xenomorph track you just said was offensive to have been compared to. which is ironic- theyre on the same label - filteria uses almost 100% the same gear that was used in the 90s - how is that not goa? how is that not just a natural progression of music - turned into neo goa - a beautiful high production standard genre. What is not goa about that. There are dozens more aritsts in the new goa style that are absolutely incredible at the music they do
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  6. I can also do goa (or what I think is goa ) This sounds very cool
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  7. The funny thing is... Filteria and Xenomorph are friends and talk a LOT about "music making" and synths They never made music together so far tho As for modern goa not being goa? Thats, obviously, not serious and one of those opinions that somehow crushes all modern innovative psychedelic artists within this genre. A music genre is not defined by a time period but about a style. I think its very clear for example Triquetra is pure goa. Why wouldn't it be? Because it is made in 2020? Its made exactly like the music in the 90s.. 100% with analog synths and the style is the same as well
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  8. I think the "other art" was just movies and literature ... so merging that with OT was the right thing to do. For that what you _probably_ mean with art, you could use the "visual promotion" forum if you had art to post that's at least related to psychedelic trance... I have no idea, sorry
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  9. I love it. Perfect alien soundscapes to lose yourself into.
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  10. I can not wait for round 2. Funk. Nasty, groovy, space-funk. Cosmic musicball dance party with melodic hors d'oeuvres and little hi-hat dental floss thingies to clean out your teeth in between bites. No, wait, make that mental floss. Go in hungry for musical caviar and come back sated. Seriously, these melodies are some earworms. Like others said, these are not your below-average, wandering, listless melodies, but actual melodic statements with intention and purpose. This is fun music. It has its corollaries to Space-era S>Range in the space-funk, Alien Protein-era Etnica in the t
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  11. Still the most funky and rhythmic goa trance album ever.
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  12. Hah, I'm loving this album, very refereshing sound! Interesting how it goes from pretty fast to pretty slow, yet keeps the pace somehow. Drifting Across The Universe got to be my favorite on here, it has a really nice drive and something strangely funky in it. And I love funky! More bonus points achieved for that splendid psy-chill outro track!
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  13. admittedly, my first few listens of this album i was disappointed but after readjusting my expectations i find it to be quite enjoyable. a lot of goa can be too intense if i just want to have something on in the background. the screeching assault of noises and non-stop nature all blend together and i feel kind of claustrophobic and anxious after about 20 minutes. goa is great if i want to close my eyes and analyze the complexities but not so much if it's accompanying a task. but this ufomatka album is really warm and easy to digest as a soundtrack to my life. there is nothing abrasiv
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  14. I really like the album. It's new goa, but indeed very different from what we know now as new school goa. It's almost techy goa. Not all tracks have the same quality. That's true. But I can really dive into this sound and let go. Admitted, also for me, his compilation tracks are more my thing than the album. But I had to buy it. It has something special.
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  15. Few years have passed and this one still is on my playlist. Great album!
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  16. Nice review. I agree with some of the tracks not having massive developments but thought that what Alexandr did do worked like a charm. Check out his EP 'Altering The Synaptic Controllers' if you want some more unique ufomatka vibes. Nice job to Cronomi for releasing a new album and keeping it fresh.
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  17. Listening to this again the similarities with peak oldschool Etnica struck me, especially in the arrangements and peripheral sounds. Amazing goa album, one of the very best released in the last 10 years in my opinion. It's full of bouncy, funky energy, keeps catching you by surprise, and above all is a lot of fun to listen to.
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  18. Aged very well! Essential album of this decade.
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  19. Tracklist: 01. A Way To Regret 02. Monkeys (Extended Remix) 03. Theory Of The Ghost 04. El.Es.Di 05. Mahabaratha (Live Version) 06. Dream Telepathy 07. Secret Trip 08. Flutes I LOVE the sound/melody (SYNTH) work, energy, and the majority of the imaginative elements throughout this highly addictive Goa-Trance album. 1. A Way To Target begins with experimental voice effects that morph into accents around the beat. The opening minute reminds me of Infected Mushroom before they got carried away with their experimental vocal work. Fortunately, it doesn't overstay its welcome. The firs
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  20. I just love how old-school this album sounds and how Artha took the Hallucinogen (and its "derivatives") sound as an inspiration and made it his own, with those signature swirly synths, heavy bass lines and lots of swooshy, noisy FX. It's also refreshing, that this somehow avoids most of the current day neo-Goa cliches, drawing heavily from the legacy of the original psychedelic trance, rather than melodic goa, even if it is unashamedly melodic at times. "A Way To Target" is one of the best triplet trance tracks, very funky and acidic and with a great transition to Juno Reactor-like dreamy a
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  21. Gave it a good break (not like it needs any) but daaaamn, this sounds so beautiful now. Goosebumps all over ! And I'm just in the first track! Going to be a good evening
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  22. I don't like the way tooooooooooooooo long voice speeches in this one. But aside that I think this is another overlooked album due to saturated market and 'minority' label.
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  23. Damn it's been almost 4 years since this was released and I haven't said anything except voice my disappointment in the sound compared to Erta Ale? I feel like I need to apologize. It took me time but I got over that, kind of. There is some absolutely fantastic music in this album. The first three are not my favourites but still good on their own terms. The first track is not my cup of tea, maybe it's the slower pace, maybe it's repeating itself too much. Ethereal Resonator has really lovely leads and a groovey sound to it. I like the samples in Cognitive Disorder and it's climax. Howe
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  24. Yes!! Now this good news.. <3 Cronomi Records. What an amazing news thanks!
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  25. I'll only remember this one for Monkeys. A great and masterful track that evolves into a hypnotic monster. Such a pity it's surrounded by empty tracks that lead to nothing and do not induce a state of hypnosis or even resemble raw power. I'm with T2MU who feels Artha is able to do great stuff, but not an album full of it. Yet.
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