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  1. Well, the logo spells out M W N N so at least there's some idea to it. As for the track, it's not the crappiest fullon I've ever heard and thankfully it avoids some irritating clichés you almost expect to be there by now... But then again, it's not Teleport, Sugar Rush, Lunar Cycle or any of his fantastic 90s remixes
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  2. i've had that feeling some time ago, but now i see it very differently. the divison is more between the people who are able to use their brain and those who don't. and believe me (i work in a pharmacy and talk to about hundred people every day), those who don't are the great majority. if you're advocating for sensible policies you're not running with the pack (in fact when i spoke out for another lockdown in autumn one week before the lockdown actually came, i was confronted with a lot of hate from many directions). in our situation we have a government that's torn between their own stupidit
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  3. That's actually right! I'm not OK with it either when it comes to endangering others. The protesters that go demonstrating in masses without masks and the who people actively break the rules - all of them worry me a lot I had this Covid shit already and I'm quite anxious to get it again, I really _really_ don't need that - also for the well being of my family and all people dear to me. I just hope that we all will never lose the ability to talk about things and also accept different opinions and treat each other with respect. I feel this behaviour kind of waning in the last months and
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  4. 1. Sunset 07:38 2. Noctilucent Clouds 07:28 3. Conjunction of Paradoxes 07:26 4. Ecstasy 09:55 5. Aoku 08:10 6. Back to Reykjavik 07:20 Pay what you want (enter 0 for free download): Bandcamp
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  5. And sadly one of the more forgotten electronic music genres out there BFG Division is one of the most punishing pieces of music I've ever come across. Devastating, just like the weapon XD
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  6. Yes. Fucking yes. The Doom OST is a thing of beauty. "BFG Division" is required material whenever you wanna commute in Paris.
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  7. Old Dark Soho or even Xenomorph perhaps? As an aside, I was (am?) actually a metal musician first before I got into the electronic world and think it always permeated my own music, especially the last album. Jikkenteki 4 is actually turning into my first attempt to actually blend the two together, although it will be awhile before it’s ready. I might also suggest looking into drum n bass. I am still stuck in the old school stuff for the most part, but I can see metal heads with electronic interests liking artists like Gridlok.
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  8. I'm not really surprised Astrix has that many views on YouTube. I mean he's playing on huge and commercial festivals with big names from the techno (and other styles) scene like Charlotte de Witte for example. And of course it helps if you invest money in the promotion... And about Goa being bound to die: I don't think so. Of course its popularity will decline sooner or later (and maybe rise agan after that, who knows) but that's just the regular life cycle of any style. Since somebody mentioned Acid Techno as example: there are quite a lot of tracks in that style that are newly released
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  9. Well this guy is a (black) Metal fan to the bone, so maybe some of his mixes will turn your friend on https://youtube.com/c/aztronaut
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  10. But it creates ad revenue - and even though that is only a tiny bit per ad, everything counts in large amounts 17 987 039 streams ... think 1 Satoshi per stream, that's 0,17 BTC - in fiat, that currently would be about $ 6000.
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  11. New track, released a couple of days ago Sounds much more like Digicult than MWNN but really good anyways I sorely missed this kind of full-on (yes, full-on!)
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  13. This will be an instabuy on release day, that's a promise And no, I refuse to listen to the previews, I'll let the maestros surprise me.
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  14. Actually it was Agneton on the front row I remember we were dancing together that morning. He is into all kinds of psychedelic music even if he makes only nitzhonot But you may have noticed in our Agnetoebis sets, we explore other territories of psychedelic and acidic music as well Last but not least, yeah! The more reviews, the better, so I am looking forward to your review of Carpe Noctem
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  15. @Penzoline, it's one full liveset on the first cd, one full cd of studio material and one full cd of their early years (proto goa), and yes everything is unreleased and from the 90s :)!
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  16. I think it's mostly somethimes just good inspiration from the artist ... not necessarily from taking any substances. Sometimes, it can be ... but it's nothing else than a painter getting his / her inspiration - some do it with substances, some are just having an idea in their heads - and some may feel inspired by the art of others... Could not resist posting this imo amazing cover art here by the way
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  17. www.shankrafestival.org 14.02.2022 - 20.02.2022 Northern Province - Sri Lanka Dear Shankra Family, Our actions may appear as single drops in the immense ocean. Yet what is an ocean, if not a multitude of drops? We are grateful to announce that Shankra Festival will have an additional location in Sri Lanka: the seven-day musical journey will take place in the Northern province of the Island, from the 14th to 20th of February 2022. Over 400 artists will share their message: έως - Stage Altruism (Nano) Brazil Aioaska (Iono) Austria Astral G
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  18. You often have a lot of symbolism/religion/deities of "exotic" cultures, psychedelic "visionary art" or extra-terrestrial/space art attached to psychedelic music releases because of the general relevancy to the sounds and themes they contain. The music is quite abstract and follows many "out-there" themes. It really goes hand in hand in my opinion that releases have such wild "psychedelic" artwork.
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  19. What a surprising album it is rare I feel a bit uncomfortable when listening to a psytrance track but when I listen to "Violet Noise for 7 Days" my brain makes a connection with the Swedish movie "Midsommar", a very weird story... "The Small Sorcerer" is very trippy, brilliant stuff.
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