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    ok, I never knew that... Sorry! So yes, for the next 3 days the samples only on the Suntrip website and our soundcloud!
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    OUT NOW https://globalsect.bandcamp.com/album/merrow-odysseus Next release will be debut album of Atlantis
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    alot of that is a natural progression in technology. its (was) a very difficult feat to allow such loudness to sound actually good; compared to a fully dynamic image. so as people got more skilled in mixing; aswell as the gear/software got better - its a feat of strength to be able to have a track be louder than your friends. while retaining a good sound.. ofc that was only true up until a point; to where it became the norm to mix and master for loudness. thats when i think it went downhill and we need to collectively reverse it; by simply releasing music thats more dynamic. again. but ofc the first people to actually do release such music (in the psy scene); will have tons of issues when they are much more quiet and lacking impact* like everyone elses.. i think we are probably stuck with making music for loudness :/ * of course this "impact" is very relative. if the norm was -12 lufs instead of -6 lufs; then the dynamic image at 12 lufs would have much more punch and impact as the limited -6 track.. but since the norm is -6 ; the track at -12 will sound really "bad" relative to all the -6 lufs tracks..
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    Yes, it seems that psytrance has pretty much become "sound engineer's" music. At least the mainstream forms of it indeed sound super polished, processed and engineered, often at the expense of musical qualities (imo, of course, but I mostly listen to psytrance at home, and I have much more troubles with finding tracks I actually like among the recent releases compared to, say, 2005-2015. Maybe I'm getting old tho).
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    Neogoa Records is proud to present the final release for 2019 - the long-awaited new Goa trance album entitled 'Hypnotic Mirage' by Danish music producer and artist Anders Munk, better known as GoaD. In summer 2016, GoaD stunned the Goa trance scene with his debut album 'Galactic Aviator' (released by Neogoa Records via Ektoplazm platform) and introduced his high-octane and acidic Goa trance compositions influenced by old-school juggernauts such as The Overlords, Transwave, Man With No Name, and Astral Projection, but with signature GoaD vibe. Led by positive buzz and feedback, Anders worked very hard in his home-studio last two years crafting new materials for Hypnotic Mirage album. Earlier this year new music was finally completed and the idea to rehaul the Galactic Aviator album with new mix and mastering was born. This Christmas you will have a chance to enjoy in over 140 minutes of top notch Goa trance music (in both digital and physical formats) with 22 tracks by GoaD (11 tracks from Hypnotic Mirage + 11 remastered tracks from Galactic Aviator). Pre-order now at Neogoa Records Bandcamp page! https://neogoarecords.bandcamp.com/album/hypnotic-mirage Digital version releases December 25th 2019 Physical version releases January 12th 2020 Samples at Neogoa Records SoundCloud: Full track 'Mission Out Of Control'' available on YouTube: All tracks written and produced by Anders Munk www.neogoa.net/goad/ www.facebook.com/GoaDdk Mastering by Igor Čeranić at Deimos Soundlabs www.deimos-soundlabs.com Artwork design by Ivan Parić at Neogoa Records twitter.com/IvanRichpa www.neogoa.net CD 1: Hypnotic Mirage 01 - Flight Prelude (130 BPM) 02 - Two Bright Lights (147 BPM) 03 - Intoxicant Engine (152 BPM) 04 - Astrodiver (150 BPM) 05 - Misson Out Of Control (148 BPM) 06 - Unwanted Passenger (152 BPM) 07 - Hostile Contact (148 BPM) 08 - Aerial Anomaly (147 BPM) 09 - Hypnotic Mirage (148 BPM) 10 - Extraction (149 BPM) 11 - Little Blue Dot (122 BPM) CD 2: Galactic Aviator (Remastered) 01 – Submerged On Ganymede (150 BPM) 02 – Outer Passage (146 BPM) 03 – Intergalactic Gates (150 BPM) 04 – Other Species (146 BPM) 05 – Tripping Astronaut (149 BPM) 06 – Galactic Aviator (150 BPM) 07 – Alien Pursuit (150 BPM) 08 – Goa Delirium (148 BPM) 09 – Mystic Presence (149 BPM) 10 – Lost In Time (147 BPM) 11 – Temple Monkeys (149 BPM)
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    This track was originally on DAT as Ree.k - 7792 Trimoid, but was later released here: https://www.discogs.com/ReeK-Early-Tracks-1/master/1498090 as Haneru To Odoru
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    i want show you what is reality troll and haters i walk on street of israel and listen my music loud on usb speaker and film this and all people are calm as sacred cows and no one tald music is bad this reality you not real watch https://youtu.be/h5eA2p4Q_OA
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    Samples: https://soundcloud.com/neogoarecords/goad-hypnotic-mirage Complete album samples (22 minutes) for the final Neogoa Records release in 2019. are here. Hypnotic Mirage will be released on Christmas day (digital) and physical version will be out on January 12th. Pre-orders will be available tomorrow. Here is the back side artwork for Hypnotic Mirage album with tracklist and credits. Enjoy the weekend guys!
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    I've thought about doing a sequel to my relatively popular Encrypted Universe but hadn't gotten around to digging for it. There are basically 3 people who rule this sound: Xenofish, Mellow Sonic, and Cybernetika, and none of them are signed to any labels or have any new releases in the past 3-4 years anyway. So unless they all make a comeback I wouldn't anticipate many more of these mixes. The neuro stuff seemed to fit nicely in a 20ish minute block towards the end. I tried to get the most listenable neurofunk available considering a vast majority of it is actually hurts to listen to. Had a lot of fun recording this. Enjoy! Cryomatter - 7-Dimensional Stasis [Ektoplazm] Mellow Sonic - Interplanetary [Self-release] Cryomatter - Reassembly [Ektoplazm] Mellow Sonic - Astral Traveller (Xenofish Remix) [Self-release] Mellow Sonic - Heliophysics [Self-release] Mellow Sonic - Pandora [Self-release] Xenofish - Twinmachine (Mellow Sonic Remix) [Self-release] Xenofish & Mellow Sonic - Radiating Scapes [Self-release] Mellow Sonic - Enemy Forces (Cybernetika Remix) [Self-release] Axi - Nightfly [Fall Out] Phace - Strange Science [Shogun] Black Sun Empire - Extraction [Black Sun Empire] Noisia - Running Blind [RAM] Axi - Safe House [Mindtech LTD] Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/ziptnf/celestial-resonance Left-click to download: Ziptnf - Celestial Resonance (1:16:44) 169MB ~320kbps Image credit to antifan-real.
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    Fantastic work, Lightforce! Yes, this psy-trance thing is endlessly fascinating. So many branches, so many worlds. I would say the Psykovsky - Ksolntsu album comes under experimental or hi-tech. It's not very darkpsy. Interesting how Juno Reactor come in under 3 or 4 different styles. I wish more artists would experiment with their sound for different albums.
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    Best post on the whole is new-school any good debate. I came very late to the party, bagged a bunch of CD's without really doing much online study and was expecting old-school goa with cleaner production. What I got was a different branch of goa trance (just like how forest & hi-tech splintered off from darkpsy). I've made my peace with this, and thankfully have since found quite a bit that I enjoy. As with old-school (or any genre) there's lots of filler and sometimes the overall sound (loudness-mastering) isn't appealing for home listening due to too many elements fighting for limited dynamic space, but now and then I'll discover a killer track, or an entire enjoyable CD. Still got lots to discover, some of my Suntrip CD's are still sealed so hopefully I've saved the best for last. So far I'd say as its own subgenre I'd rank new-school as superior to mainstream psy, and that should surely be the goal of any subgenre: to offer a more enjoyable alternative to the mainstream branch. Plus I gather the new-school scene is healthy with regular releases and well-visited parties. Any scene is better than no scene at all.
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    Hi there I understand your feelings regarding the forum and the decrease of contributions. I am quite new here on psynews and this last year I became very assiduous, consulting the forum, your reviews, your 20XX tops, ... to explore every day deeper the wonderful world of good electronic psy music thank you! All that to say if you think psynews is dying, well, it is not yet. It still has the power to trigger passion and enthousiasm. Maybe it just need a kick in the butt to be more dynamic, but the machine works. No solution in my post, I agree, just a different sight, and a strong support from a newcomer! I am sure there are plenty!
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    Charging your fans for 15 euros and then finding out the physical cd sells for £9, that's bad, really bad IMO. The fans are first their to support you should be able to get a better deal, not worst.
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    Are you ready?! Have a look at the photo and then read the official announcement : I am on the moon really DAT Records are incredibly happy to present the expanded version of the mythical Tetrahedron album for the first time ever on vinyl! A wonderful collector's edition housed in a beautiful triple Deluxe Gatefold, a stellar addition for everyone who appreciated the wonderful alchemy created by the Italian Maestros. It comes in 3 different editions: Black / Fluo Neon Green / Splattered Neon Green with Dark Green and Black. Pressed at 180 grams per record, it exists in only 69 copies per edition available to the public. We used premium virgin vinyl only and have worked with a team of audio engineer to ensure the colours used, would reproduce the music perfectly, even on the splatter edition. It's rare to have this kind of effect with no audio compromise, but we have achieved it and we are sure you will love the result. Crop Circles - Tetrahedron A Lunar Civilization (Pleiadians Remix) B1 Antonomasia (Remix) B2 Daffy Duck On The Comet C1 Pentagon C2 Classic Process [Hale-Bopp] D1 Cerealogy D2 Full Mental Jackpot [Etnica Remix II] E1 Ghost Circle E2 No More Singles (Remix) F1 Fried Vegans F2 Skunkerie Written-by: Crop Circles Artwork: Miro Moric & Federico DraekeMastering: Jaroslav Valo @ Analog Dimension Style: Goa Trance As you may have noticed, there are some never before heard exclusive tracks that will be available for the very first time and only on this release, making it extra special. We were able to locate these mythical and rare tracks on some lost DAT tapes that the band had archived in Milan and that had forgotten about. The music has been gently mastered, taking extra care in preserving the dynamics of the original recordings, after an attempt restoration process that was needed for some of the tracks found on the DAT tapes. The tracks have been taken from source tapes once again and mastered by Analog Dimension, with a special treatment designed for vinyl, so once again we started from scratch to ensure the best possible result. Prepare for an interstellar trip, a joyful explosion of extra terrestrial music that will take you to places you cannot imagine or dream. Official Release Date: 23rd November 2019 - Available for ordering from the 16th (now) Limited to ONE copy per customer, the Vinyl will be available through DAT Records website or on Bandcamp. Digital Download will appear later on, for now it's vinyl only.
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    I'd have to say this is the weakest Global Sect offering. They've released such stellar music that when something is just good it comes off as a disappointment.
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