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  1. best health much modern so good
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  2. Ravers Of The 90s ॐ The 1st Rave Parties In Greece - YouTube
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  3. Well, since you keep posting this on every youtube video about the sound (and more than once), I think I need to answer you (for the second time)... You seem to have taken it very personal for some reason? Either way: 1. There are 2 sounds (YES 2!) that are "software-based" in the entire Filternaut track. One is the lower fundaments (bas) of the kick and one lead sound (out of 7-8 lead layers). The kick is blended together with a Linndrum kick (yes a real Linndrum from 80's) to give the kick another character than the usual kick you heard in 1000000 releases (and also because I love the 80s vibes). So it's obivously something else you are disliking and NOT a "software" issue. As for the production: having spent 2 years at home without a party (same as the rest of the world) my mood was a bit more layback and so was the mix.. If you want more in your face Filteria production then come see me play. Every track from this album is mixed/remixed differently and its more like the previous stuff in the mixing. To conclude: if you don't like it, that's fine but get your facts straight. And cheers for the support until Daze or Lost in the wild or wherever you draw the line
    3 points
  4. I signed up to psynews back in 2001 and this dude was making noises about psytrance back then how it wasn't coool etc etc, mainly because he wasn't being booked for gigs etc. Still trying hard to sound relevant but as we say in English sometimes He wants to be shit hot but is a coldfart warmed up. See ya.
    3 points
  5. Mad Tribe - Amazing tales from Outer Space on vinyl Pre-order is available on the website Diggers Factory, Estimated delivery date - January 2023 https://www.diggersfactory.com/vinyl/242661/mad-tribe-amazing-tales-from-outer-space-album
    3 points
  6. Motherfuckin' Neogoa Recs is back. You have no idea how happy this makes me.
    3 points
  7. This Friday, March 4, the pre-order of Principles of Flight - Night Time Lullabies will begin. "Two editions will be available, Limited 'Gloopy' Edition, transparent blue with white splatter, 101 copies hand numbered 180g double vinyl and Black 180g version in 202 copies, both housed in deluxe gatefold sleeves. Pre-order will be up the coming friday, march 4th, 09:00 CET here on bandcamp and on NebulosaRecords.com. "
    3 points
  8. @Agneton Cool to read:) .. Is this also, Nitzho..? https://kaliearth.bandcamp.com/album/perversion-and-insanity
    3 points
  9. Here are the other reviews (taken from the promo section). I dont want them to get lost as I still believe in the value of review! Paul Eye: A no-nonsense, shining beacon of light in a sea of overproduced polished modern goa trance. This one goes right back to the roots while not sounding outdated at all. It does have a few annoyances (particularly that vocal in "Into Heaven" that also appears in a far better context on Banco de Gaia's album "You Are Here") but overall it does its job at sounding like "proper goa trance" (yes, I know that's a bit of a silly term to use) far better than most albums out there. There aren't may *trance albums I bother listening to anymore these days. This is not one of them. Scenery: What to say someone for milestones like this, gratitude & grateful for listening something like this that it seems totally like the absolute sequel to the cornerstone 'Twin Sharkfins' after almost 25 years... Blissful feelings... vv303: I don’t usually comment here because I don’t want to create disturbance plus it weighs on me putting anything on the internet at all. Bob Dylan said everything he created is a curse because it haunts him and follows him around. I think that’s also why Filipe Santos puts music up and then takes it down on bandcamp. I feel that way too so I try not to say much But I just wanted to say that the first time I heard this I was utterly blown away by this all-time classic. As I’m listening I’m thinking this is up there with the all time great goa trance albums from Etnica, The Infinity Project, and Pleiadeans. The last Battle Buddhas album from suntrip was very good, this is an utter masterpiece. I listened a second time and still had the same feeling Ive heard just about everything relevant (not bragging) since the 90s, and I would say it’s at least top 5 all time. I know some others here have heard a lot more than me but usually anything very good finds its way up and you hear it so I doubt I’ve missed anything outside previously unreleased stuff like Tranquence or Psylent Buddhi that comes out I think it was great idea to add Pitchbend also to this since every other track also is an all time great classic From Nothing stands out and maybe the top track on this but all the other tracks are just as good Maybe I’m in the heat of the moment but at times I’m thinking to myself, “I’ve been listening to goa since the 90s, and quite possibly this is the best album I’ve ever heard” So anyway, I know very little about the technical aspects of making goa or music theory. I did fiddle recently with caustic and cubasis making goa but I don’t think I have that type of natural expertise to be able to make it or understand it very well This is why I don’t really comment much. I used to live at a Buddhist monastery and I have studied and practiced Buddhism, and I can do that, but (sadly) I doubt I could ever understand the technical aspects of making music to comment intelligently on it, or make music I don’t know if this makes everyone cringe or if they like the feedback but I thought I’d put it out there anyway. I usually see most music (that isn’t terrible) as “all good” in its own unique way and obviously each person has their own preferences Now off to worry about what type of impact or disturbance posting this makes on people or on goa
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  10. OUT NOW! Grab it here: https://moonbeasts.bandcamp.com/track/sarkolepsie "Brace yourselves ! The Beasts are back, and they mean business with this hi-octane, fast paced goa trance track. Melodies ? Check. Acid ? Check. Groovy rhythms? Check n' check. Former french president Nicolas Sarkozy ? FLIPPIN' CHECK ! There are no brakes on that psychedelic train ! Choo-choo !" Sample: Release date: 21/12/21 Artwork by: Pieter Pan Mastering by: Cassio Centurion
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  11. Hi Thanks everyone for the reviews, opinions and your support. About influence: I enjoy some psyprog and psytrance for their clean modern mixes and productions, so I challenged myself (learned) to do a similar modern production, but also to stay true to "goa trance" as much as possible. I had to find a balance. That's why some tracks have psytrance and psyprog influence. I could say the motivation and inspiration came from learning new production standards by myself, for myself. As for the feel of the tracks, as RTP very nicely pointed out, some tracks have a "light" and others a "dark-er" tone/feel. I enjoy and make both styles, depending how I feel in the moment.
    2 points
  12. Artist: Filteria Title: Live With The Lag Label: Suntrip Records Release: 29th April 2022 Things change, the world changes, we change but one thing we can be sure of is Filteria's powerful, crazy and beautiful symphonies. If someone had of asked you about the expected changes of the world 5 years ago another solid Filteria Release might have actually been the only thing you got right. Is that because Goa trance is the truth? HUH? Is it? Yea, that is why. This album is easily my favourite of his albums. And to be perfectly honest the only one I've really found myself getting fully immersed within. Much softer undertones and more uplifting floating moments than seen in previous albums but on the same trajectory. From Sky input, to Heliopolis to Daze and Lost in the Wild, this has very much been the direction Filteria is heading. Is this the Apex? Who knows, there is more time and trance seems to live in this sweet man. The stock markets have crashed, the housing markets have crashed, the crypto markets have crashed - But Filteria keeps us soaring to the Moon and beyond! Anyway, this is surprisingly the most concise review i've done yet. Enjoy https://suntriprecords.bandcamp.com/album/live-with-the-lag
    2 points
  13. Neogoa is proud to present you our latest release, a full length album by Lunar Dawn – The Purge. Since the release of highly-acclaimed debut album ''Kolovrat'' back in 2015 by Neogoa, Lunar Dawn has become one of the leading new Goa trance projects hailing from south-eastern Europe. During the last seven years they played around the continent – France, Switzerland, Romania, Spain, Belgium, Finland, Russia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Israel and in their home country Croatia, sharing their vision of trance music among psy-heads on the dancefloors! When global pandemic happened in early 2020, they decided to begin work on new album in their headquaters – Erotiks Studios in Mošćenica. First drafts were created soon after and their second full-lenght album The Purge was born. Both members of project Saša and Kristijan enriched this release with different musical-influences from their artistic background, from trance music as a core and foundation of the album, towards more industrial, techno, ambient and acid influences, making The Purge one of the most interesting releases Neogoa has ever put out. Authentic emotions are one of the main inspirations for The Purge – from fear and anger to love and devotion, this album puts human-being as a central figure where he confronts different situations and states of mind on his personal journey to become self-aware. Who can foretell what is next? Who can believe in next? Only you will know after the end Download or buy limited digipak via Bandcamp: https://neogoarecords.bandcamp.com/album/the-purge Tracklist: 01 - Being Into The Trance (02:58) 02 - Divisive (07:23) 03 - Loose Me (08:49) 04 - Self Aligned (05:20) 05 - Liquefactive Neurosis (07:56) 06 - My Faith (08:01) 07 - Volatile (08:41) 08 - Being In A Trance (09:07) 09 - Out Of This Place (08:19) Credits: All tracks & lyrics written by Lunar Dawn All vocals recorded & modulated by Lunar Dawn Mix & mastering by Lunar Dawn at Erotiks Studio, 44253 Cover photo taken by Maja Ilišinović Album artwork & design by Richpa
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  14. Ok the word "believe" is misplaced because we (should) know that evolution is reality... Question is... do you actually acknowledge the evolution of psychedelic trance or are you stuck in some kind of plateau where you cannot distinguish between an enhancement and the low rez original? What's the story? Do you guys not have psychedelics available or are you just too lazy to take them? This forum used to be discussing and reviewing the CUTTING EDGE of music, now it's a bunch of people chasing artifacts of the 90's. WAKE UP GUYS TAKE SOME LSD AND GO TO A PARTY!!!!!!! How can you not tell the differencen between this: And this: ??? Our music is still pushing the cutting edge to this day, please dump the memorial vibes and wake up to a glorious reality that's happening RIGHT NOW.
    2 points
  15. Dear Patient It is always gratifying when a patient is keen to take their medication; all too often a rarity in the world today. These mycological spores may not work immediately as understated non-invasive long term palliative care is their aim, but let us know what you think. Hope you're feeling better soon... Dok
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  16. I'm starting to think we're not on the same page about the topic of discussion - or I'm missing something else? There is no echo chamber when we're dealing with facts. It's like saying the psynews theme is red, when it clearly isn't. If the artist says the sounds are not software, then they're not. Go check out the drumsynth in question and listen what it sounds like. Or do you think people disagree with your opinion of the track itself? Because that's just not the case. I'm so confused about your reaction.
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  17. Another person who expects me to lie to myself, to not believe what I'm hearing. When I damn well can hear it any other time, I'm expected to change my ears cause the guy explains it? THAT doesn't make sense. I don't want to start drama, but noone can ever tell me what I'm hearing is incorrect cause I can verify my hearing on a multitude of works. I don't care if its the artist himself or a forum mod that tells me I'm wrong, I simply know I'm not, and I can verify it. So whatever you wanna say, I don't care. And you can have your little echo chamber if you want to. I'm not gonna play. And I've been more than polite with my comments previously on YouTube and on the filteria thread. I don't need to go through it here aswell. Plus I've said like 10 times he's my favorite artist. What more do you want. I won't ever be an echo.
    2 points
  18. Dude, the guy behind the track explains to you how the track was made and you still refuse to believe it? That makes no sense.
    2 points
  19. HELLO. AZ NOOC HYENNRO(아즈 노크 현느로) AZ NDNO HYENNRO(아즈 노드노 현느로) AZ NHJO HYENNRO(아즈 노흐즈오 현느로) AZ MHSV TKIYCIV(아즈 므흐스브 트크으이시부) AZ XVER VKTNZER(아즈 흐버 브크튼저)입니다. MY Birthday is coming soon. 2022 0716 please gift and money to me hehe. aznhjohyennro@gmail.com PAYPAL Songpa gu Songpa 2 Dong Hanyang APT 25-607, Seoul, South Korea (AZ NHJO HYENNRO) Thanks If you send money to me I will buy more equipements and more nice track making will be.
    2 points
  20. Its all about taste of course. Clearly there is a (large) crows that have problems connecting with a lot of modern psy trance. I think the reason is pretty simple: a lot of it is very generic, the machine gun bassline or the gallop horse bassline are used for 15 years in EVERY track. Also in the track you just posted. A lot of the old music was very unique and different from eachother, something that is missing in a lot of modern psychedelic trance. I say: most, as there great music left of course, but its rare and its even rarer to hear it on a festival...
    2 points
  21. open for trade the Pleiadians - Alcyone - Etched Promo Vinyl in very good condition. looking for some other rare collectoritems for e.g. Koxbox - Live at Burning Man vinyls
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  22. No Bandcamp fridays till September 2nd? Don't stress too much young neo-hippie, Neogoa Friday will last till September 2nd 2022 with a little help of our pal Joseph Ducreux! You get 45 digital releases (including Lunar Dawn / UX / Ultimate Xperience / Veasna / Proxeeus / GoaD and many others)! Save 70% and support our mission! Boost your Goa-collection, only at: https://neogoarecords.bandcamp.com/
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  23. Infinite Zen - Goa Generator Infinite Zen album has been a project in the works for many years and this release is a dream come true. A long time has passed since the truth was revealed about this talented producer from Greece. Some of his tracks were traded among DAT circles and misnamed on purpose as they were so good that people would believe that some very famous producers had made them. But the truth is that behind those swirling psychedelic melodic patterns the hand of a single producer was hiding, Nikolaos, hailing from Greece. We are so proud to finally launch this release that was supposed to be an EP but transformed into a real album as more music was unveiled from secret stashes of DAT tapes. We are really happy to finally celebrate the music of Infinite Zen with you all, hoping that you will be able to dance to those memorable and classic goa productions for years to come. We continue with our mission to preserve the best creations from the heydays of the Goa Trance scene, the magical 90s, years in which all the tracks contained in this release were produced. The booklet features an equipment list courtesy of the artist and some background information, as we like to share with you what the artist told us, and for the occasion, he even contributed actively to the creation of the artwork with his beautiful photographs. Enjoy Credits: Written & Produced by: Nikolaos Mpitsimeas Artwork By: Federico Draeke Photography: Nikolaos Mpitsimeas Mastered By: Cydelix Released: May 27, 2022 https://datuniverse.bandcamp.com/album/goa-generator ------------------- We truly hope you'll be happy of this one, as much as we are !!
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  24. Hello everyone, It is time to celebrate the 13th release of Digital Reprints. And the first that didn't rely on a Kickstarter. A double album from Stereo Dwarf printed in only 100 copies. Beautiful, Berlin-school inspired ambient, full of cosmic soundscapes and blissful beats. You know that Digital Reprint's releases are not to be missed as all of them are sold out. digitalreprints.bandcamp.com/album/echoes-of-existence I also added 10 copies of 10" Dub plates of the Ancient Sculptures E.P. This will be the only way to get this release on a physical format as well. Only 1 copies remaining though. There are a lot of artists out there, that they are not as prolific to warrant a 4xCD release. But that doesn't mean that there music shouldn't be printed in a physical format, far from it. So, If this project is successful, I plan to repeat the same thing, small print runs for single and double CD releases. I want to thank you so much for all the support you have shown the last (almost) 5 years. U R The Music!!! Thanos P.
    2 points
  25. Good lord NEOGOA rises from the ashes! I missed you guys. What a great news!
    2 points
  26. Interesting observation, how you mean "The sound has just become worse and worse over time" Actually, we are working with Tim Schuldt since 2004, and well, thats basically it? As for this album, some tracks were mixed literally 50+ times to satisfie Jannis completely soundwise. There is no way of arguing if someone doesnt like the sound, but its exactly the way Jannis likes it (and we too)
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  27. Suduaya new album - SoulQuest. Funding campaign. If the goal is achieved then the album will be released. At the time of writing the post, it was already 47%. There are still 28 days to the end. There will be 2 different color options for the vinyl. https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/suduaya-album-2022#/
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  28. Hi. Thx for feedback. But you confused Atomos with Atomo. please see this - this is a cool soft and melodic forest.
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  29. I have only one two letter word for you: RA!
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  30. Hmm.. very interesting.. maybe I should consider releasing some singles on vinyl. I'm a small upcoming artist but it might be a nice way to break the ice.
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  31. ANIMIST FUTURISM David Tingsgard has created one of the only albums, apart from E-Mantra’s Arcana, to rival the greats of the golden age of Goa trance in this latest record Songs From a Forgotten Memory. I really love what Battle of the Future Buddhas is doing on this and the previous album Light Behind the Sun. Quite slowish, spacey Goa with deep beats and wonderful melodies. In both albums, Tingsgard returns to the roots of Goa trance in the early sound of 94-96, which tended to be slower and more mellow than the later years which got more and more intense. Perhaps the first thing to note is that the title suggests that this is a back to the future kind of project. Is this just a nostalgia project then? Perhaps, but I go on to argue that this project involves reanimating the virtues of the past, but also updating those virtues so that they speak to the present. I call this animist futurism because it features a number of alien animal sounds. It is worth noting that both albums feature superlative production with all sounds clear, distinct, and textured against a velvety black background, but avoiding brightness or an analytical edge. One of the things I really like about both albums is that BotFB shows restraint. He does not go straight for maximum velocity from the outset. The tracks and album as a whole can thus build, and build they do. Take "Collidoscope" for instance - at the 5.35 mark the track breaks into huge pillars of rising and falling modulations - this really takes the listener on a disorientating psychedelic trip because it has not been constant throughout the track which builds up to this peak gradually. This is the mark of a mature and talented artist who understands that drama comes from restraint, not throwing everything and the kitchen sink at the listener all at once. Moreover, by avoiding manic layerism and the straitjacket of 16th note galloping horse bass and drums, when he decides to use a sawtooth or a flutter effect, it is effective. Not constant fluttering, which has little effect but to put you in a flutter. Lots of his melodies do have this fractalised or fluttering effect, but because he doesn't do this all the time it is not tiresome. Effective, like I said. Another thing worth pointing out about the whole album is that a great deal of attention is paid to background atmosphere and ambience. There are a lot of subtle background ambient sounds, a bit like distant landscape in a painting. These are sometimes innovative, as in the drones in "Mugwump". Moreover, this is not just arbitrary spacey ambience, conjuring some nondescript outer space. Space here is not empty. It is inhabited. There be creatures. We might go into cold interstellar space, but this is no colonial "myth of the virgin empty land" - this is a kind of Star Wars vision of space with lots of alien creatures. Alien creature sounds abound, primarily in squiggly forest-style melodies, either major ones or minor ambient noises. Hence I think of this album as animist futurism. "Collidoscope" is a highly rhythmic track with a really slapping kick. Alien keening sounds kick in at about the 4 minute mark and there are Prana style rising and falling 303 arpeggios arranged in circular patterns till the end. A collidoscopic track indeed. "Go Gently into Space" (obviously a riff on Dylan Thomas' famous "do not go gently into that good night/rage, rage against the dying of the light") is a space hymn to the "future space travellers" (thanks to Miranda and Prana for that phrase). It starts off with a spoken manifesto to all future space travellers, the kind of thing that you might hear in Starship Troopers: “It’s really the next stage in the evolution of mankind, out here amongst the stars lies the destiny of mankind”. Hehe, c'mon Goaheads, let's send this track to Elon Musk; he can make it his anthem. It also features great deep bass and one of the best snare sounds I've heard, and placed with pitch perfect accuracy. The track goes all Astral Projection at the end with sugary melody. This really is a space anthem if ever I've heard one. And without going over the top. Everything in total control, but without becoming predictable or zombie automaton. There’s not even a hint of the dreaded shiny plastic sound that psytrance has become. AWESOME!!! "Pitchbend (Into the Light Remix)" does exactly what it says on the tin: it starts with heavy bass 303 judders which shudder throughout, but gradually builds and ends with incredibly positive, life-affirming, sunny vibes that also happen to be delightfully psychedelic. Starting off pretty intense, this ends up being a lighter track than many on the album, but just as excellent. "The God Particle" makes it clear that this is a scifi themed album. There's such an awesome bass warble at the start of this track - honestly, this is totally addictive. Imagine holding a big sheet of roofing zinc and being able to shake it like a blanket - a metallic wap sound not far from a didge is what you'll get - and this sound goes on throughout. Infected Mushroom wish they could create just one sound as cool as this across their entire discography. A special shout to the snapping snares on this track too; faster than a cobra, as insouciant as a saddhu. As for the super trippy little alien elf melody at the end... I'm actually at a loss for superlatives. Could this be the best track on the album? "From Nothing"?? Nothing comes from nothing, so they say. Is this track describing the radical dissociation of a strong trip? Is it just a hymn to "empty" space? I don't know. But from the start this one goes heavier (I said the album builds not so?). At 4.52 there comes that unique little BotfB melody that sounds like the weird siren song of an alien at the window of your spaceship, luring you off track to the Triangulum constellation when you were supposed to be flying to Ganymede. Who needs Startrek when you have Goa trance like this? From nothing we find ourselves "In Heaven". This is the most classically Goa track on the album, featuring Indian singing, and it could an Astral Projection song. Utter bliss, with some of the most textured riffs you'll ever hear. This is clearly the spiritual heart of the album. Om mani padme hum. Om namaya Shiva. Bom Shankar! The comedown commences with "Mugwump". According to the Oxford English Dictionary, a mugwump is a person who remains aloof and undecided, especially it seems on political matters. And there I was thinking it was a grumpy old Goahead who goes around muttering "old is gold". This track has a cool wurlitzer fairground horror melody that again seems to come from some creature. I love this forest elf twisty weirdo black metal goblin animism. We don't see enough of this tokolosh spiritualism in Goa or psytrance even though we have subgenres like forest and twilight. Sheesh, BotFB practically invented forest twilight. Clearly BotFB is winding back from the hypnotic bliss of "In Heaven" and we go a bit darker and more foresty here. “Interstellar” is a more mellow track starting with a techno beat and tweaky noises, but soon accompanied by a whimsical and simple melody that repeats. Another one of those charmingly simple but minor key little melodies that BotfB specialises in. A little drop of unaccountably strange and otherworldly stardust. Though not as befuddling as the weird ohm moan at 3.39 - another example of alien noises in the album. At the 5.45 point we enter another world with bigger riffs that are nevertheless restrained and subtle; nothing too loud here, but pulling you in with texture and intrigue. This is some beguiling shit! Finally, we come down to earth with “Blurred, Calm, Warm, Hazy”, just how you feel after a good toke. This is a fully ambient track, so of course there are some sitar sounds, Asian scales, along with tabla, and wailing melodies. This is quite a hazey track in which nothing much happens, but it does create a nebulous alien ambience. We are left with strange feelings that are hard to put into words... I feel that individual track ratings are redundant here as each track is close to flawless in its own way and, more importantly perhaps, the album flows as a whole, unified, singular journey. I didn't at any point in several complete listenings want to skip a track or back off the volume or feel that it was becoming too intense or too dull. Am I saying that it is perfect? Well, equally, I would like to avoid such hyperbole. Once or twice I wanted a more cinematic or orchestral intro/outro, or felt a bit more analogue atmosphere might have added something. David Tingsgard, take a bow bro. I will probably never meet you as you live on the opposite side of the globe from me, but I wish I could shake your hand. In my opinion, you've created one of the all-time great Goa albums. I thought "The Light Behind the Sun" was good. Well, you've upped the game with this 10/10 record. You've shown Etnica, Pleaidians, Miranda, Transwave, Simon Posford, et al, that Goa is a genre capable of more than we dreamed. Technically it seems better than many of the classics, yet it is true to the apparently simple sounds of early Goa. Imaginatively it is really out there, mixing Asian spirituality, science fiction, and a kind of northern forest paganism (if I may call it that) in creating a kind of animist futurism with some strange alien noises. But this album is also just so mellow, so musical, such delightful fun, as well as being dark, serious, and prophetic. If spiritual = balance and could be bottled, this is it. So, for me, this record takes the virtues of a nearly forgotten past and updates them for the present, making the genre more surprising than ever. Goa has always burrowed into the deep roots to reach towards the future, but now that appears more real in this tougher, darker, more scifi, yet still melodic, updated version. Goa goes animist futurism. This is a critical, useful kind of nostalgia, if it is even nostalgia at all. Finally, this is very much a BotFB album; no one else could have made it. It has a unique peaceful calm understatement combined with crazy Loki inventiveness. By stepping back from the intensity and some of the darkness of the earlier work, BotFB seem to have achieved their potential. The dust has long settled on the dirt roads of Anjuna. If you avoid the tourist areas you will only hear the lowing of sacred cows and temple bells at night walking near Chapora fort. The insects are loud in bamboo forest and the rice paddies glower in the gloom. But decades later, one who kept the faith has left behind a relic as valuable as anything made at the time. I feel privileged to discover it. Goa trance album of the year! This is deep trance plateau music - if you're a Goa fan, this is a must. It is begging for a vinyl release! Anoebis, do you hear me? Do not delay - crowdfund if you must, but do the best possible vinyl mastering and pressing of this classic album. I would be surprised if this album is not selling for thousands in decades to come! ~*~
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  32. New one on Suntrip: Ra - 9th on 2xLP Release date the 29th of april! Pre-order below https://suntriprecords.bandcamp.com/merch
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  33. HALLO. I'm AZ NHJO HYENNRO. TITLE: FAR AWAY Equipment: Computer with soundcard (YM3812 chip, FM Synthesis) with visual composer. DATE: 1995 early ARTIST: STOMPMIX GENRE: RAVE DANCE/TEKNO TIME: 1:54 This track made by me at 1995 early. Very nice Rave Trance Tracks. All instrument edit by me and track by me. soon various music store include amazone spotift you can search "az nhjo hyennro far away" Very thanks and please comments. Any worldwide booking welcome. I want hope play with other famous artists/dj. thanks. www.aznhjohyennro.com www.nhjorecords.com blog.naver.com/nhjohyennro nhjohyennro@naver.com
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  34. Hello! New project playlist created: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkAqGLhQtsJ32najDKbzsmiqfNYNX6Se3 I would like this playlist to contain as much OLD GOA LIVE VIDEOS as there are available on YouTube. It should be a LIVE VIDEO collection - not a "live set" collection ... there are many recordings of live sets out there, but for this I want videos, i.e. moving pictures - I want to see how the DJs looked like, what equipment was there, what people were there and what they wore. (This is not so much important right now, but in a few years down the line it'll be all the more interesting for everybody, I believe... ) It's a bit tricky as to label what is old when it comes to live videos ... in my terms I'd be thinking pre-2000 but I find it seriously hard to dig up such old videos, that's why you find a System 7 one from 2009 in there for example ... and Son Kite from 2004 ... I was not sure whether to keep them in there, but at the moment it's so few videos that I leave them in ... and if you have stuff up to 2005 or even later, hell, just recommend it, I'd be thankful. I can separate lists if we get enough videos - but I'm not gonna do that if we are still under 30... Maybe you know more stuff? Help me extend the playlist, post your suggestions here and I will include them and be thankful cheers
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  35. The revenue (not including shipping) of anything bought from my discogs store will be donated to a local charity of your choice: Estonian Red Cross, Estonian Refugee Council or Estonian Association for Animal Welfare (all with regards to the war in Ukraine). Accepting offers/price negotiations on everything.
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  36. Well, I understand them wanting to ride the vinyl wave and re-releasing, but not OK to do it greedy. A 3 x splatter isn't even remotely that expensive to press. Shpongle re-released expensive too, but did expensive to make real fancy special editions (even with a track ON the vinyl label lol!) and are soon re-releasing 180g cheap presses. IM should look at them, but, too much money to be made.
    2 points
  37. The Moon Beasts are Alexandre Cohen (that's Ephedra) and Jerome Lesterps (a.k.a Proxeeus). The name is goth cheese (presuming "moon beasts" are werewolf type creatures), the cover is unexceptional (though the colour combination is appealing), the music seems pretty straightforward Goa... Not much good then? Well, Moon Beasts pull a rabbit out of the moon with some innovative melodies and a good melodic sensibility, make that a crazy good melodic sensibility. On some of the tracks, they take the usual whirling Goa melodies and blow them up. They cram extra melodies in, they pitchbend, they use clashing keys, they warp and twist them in some way. One way or another, or several all at once, Moon Beasts are going to have fun with those melodies. There are a number of examples throughout the record, but take the maddening mosquito melody at 7.44 in "Sleeplessness" for instance - that is some skull penetrating, irritation arousing, skin piercing nasty sound to make a melody with, but Moon Beasts do it. Sleepless indeed. The vaporous ethereal melody in "Separate Species" seems breathily beautiful, until the 303 kicks in at the end and turns the track so intense it is almost ugly. The beasts are not a separate species; we are the beasts. The haunting three note melody that is the lead of "Demon Star" (wonderfully Lovecraftian name for a track) is worthy of any of the classics of Goa trance from the 90s. Weaknesses? Well, one might say that Moon Beasts pay so much attention to the melodies that they tend to ignore the rhythms a bit and they might have put more work into varied drum and bass patterns, but this is not a glaring weakness in the album. Tired of no melodies or the same old melodies? If you fancy the idea of some lunatic reanimation of Goa melodies then take a peek round into the dark side of the moon and go and join the Beasts. This crazy melodic sensibility seems set to blow up on their upcoming album. There's a preview track "Real Externality" that demonstrates a particularly intense messing with melody. It is also available as a white vinyl preorder here: https://moonbeasts.bandcamp.com/album/unexpected-turn-of-events Neo-Goa on white vinyl? Hell yeah - support the artists! ~*~
    2 points
  38. I have no idea if you're trolling, or if this is just some elaborate inside joke XD
    2 points
  39. A friend of mine who is into folksy jam bands like The Cat Empire just got himself a record player and I'm tempted to get it as a faux gift for him just so he can play it for me as a courtesy.
    2 points
  40. I'm almost tempted to get the vinyl even if I have no means of actually playing it XD
    2 points
  41. Hey there! Yes that's me! I'm actually planning to make a proper length version of that track for the next album! But Flumina was just released so that's not for any time soon haha. Hope you like the album in the mean time though! <3
    2 points
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  43. Working on it Some weeks away still.
    2 points
  44. Duuude is this the same GLOBOX that donated the track for our Youtube view experiment? ... I'd say so (if not pls say so )
    2 points
  45. From my vantage point there was a bit of a rough patch around 2011 to 2014 or so when there was a lot of low-quality, derivative stuff coming out of this quadrant of the psytrance universe... but the style has definitely bounced back (if indeed there was much of a downturn at all) and Zenon itself continues to set standards and inspire. It takes some effort to sort through what comes out of their release cannon though; they've been extremely prolific and it's hard to keep up with the dizzying number of releases they've been pumping out, to say nothing of the dozens of other labels still probing the depths of this murky dark-light-psychedelic-minimalistic fusion space. Some projects worth checking out 2016 to present: Airi, Amortalist, ETN, Golikem, Gojja, Grouch, Ivort, Nangijala, Pspiralife, Sourone, Triforce, plus old giants like Sensient and Electrypnose (when he dabbles in this field). A few dark selections pulled from my crate: Finally, a palate cleanser, in the form of some good ol' slapbass-infused Zenon style murky morning tunage. There's a ton of great Zenonesque out there... get digging!
    2 points
  46. Moonshine and Spores from Space is enough reason to come back to this album every now and again. Truly masterpieces. Completely unique sound and such musical perfection - i rank those tracks as highly as i would ap, simon, x-dream or pretty much any other of the very greats. And what a wonderful chap mr Billy is, aswell. album 8.9/10, those two songs 10/10+
    2 points
  47. Another fresh album, very modern sound but I think I hear a lot of influences from classic morning stuff, such as Protoculture, Silicon Sound, Ephedrix, Digicult Really good one, IMO.
    2 points
  48. i know, it my cherry on the pie it took me over 15 years to finally get it in my hands. but im after any rare releases and aspecially Shpongle related stuff, art, merch
    2 points
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