Jump to content

AstralSphinx

Members
  • Posts

    2164
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    57

AstralSphinx last won the day on September 14

AstralSphinx had the most liked content!

Reputation

262 Excellent

1 Follower

Contact Methods

  • Website URL
    soundcloud.com/PulsarProject (In Progress)

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Not Telling
  • Location
    Between Dimensions
  • Interests
    Euphoric Universe

Recent Profile Visitors

26573 profile views
  1. AstralSphinx

    Etnica - Plastic

    Time to venture back through time and listen to this gem again. Floating Universe is still the crown jewel of this EP for me. And after all these years it gives me the same cosmic sensation. It’s the colors of the sounds and melodies in this track that captivates my imagination. Because to me this track just like the cover art, has a very purple tone it. So if you’ve ever wanted to know what Synesthesia is all about, try Floating Universe. And let your mind float out there, beyond the physical limitations of this reality. Floating Universe has that same chilled dreamy quality to it as the intro in Trip Tonite does. A majestic unfolding story, which is entirely up to you as a listener to interpret its meaning. This EP is pure unadulterated Goa Trance. Which perfectly encapsulates what made their albums such timeless classics. The themes are coherent, and the execution is flawless. The raw edge of the old analog production gives it a further distinctive quality, which makes it all the more interesting to listen to in retrospect. As it adds an organic aspect which perfectly accentuates the heavily Sci-fi inspired alien concept of the music within this EP. Be prepared to explore a breathing, living universe.
  2. Several old school interviews in this documentary from 1996: https://youtu.be/fS6vRNnt21w Music Is My Drug: Psychedelic Trance Features Astral Projection, Total Eclipse, Hallucinogen, Raja Ram etc
  3. Yes that remix is intense. It was my ”aha moment” when the new school goa movement began kind of. Because it showed me that there were some serious old school research beeing done. I had the opportunity to experience some of Filterias other Etnica/Pleiadians remixes live as well, mindblowing stuff. Trip Tonite and Maia in particular, and Asterope if my mind serves me well. Very intense music. In the forest when the sun was rising and shining through the foliage, it made a lot of sense.
  4. https://www.amazon.com/Archaic-Revival-Speculations-Psychedelic-Mushrooms/dp/0062506137
  5. A flashback to when the local Swedish music channels played Goa artists.
  6. Random radio interview I found with Miranda and perhaps DJ Lazar? From 1998 It's in Serbian/English and some Swedish: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/26/19980418_Fractal_show_-_Radio_Politika%2C_Belgrade%2C_Serbia_-_MIRANDA_Live_-_VJ_TECHNO.webm Where they discuss the at the time recently released track Year 2000 and the concept of the track. And also a live set from a club/venue hosted by Technokratia, the track Year 2000 is played. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/37/19980417_MIRANDA_Live%2C_Kolos%2C_Belgrade%2C_Serbia_-_VJ_TECHNO.webm For some reason the audio disappears when watching in the web browser for me, but downloading the clips works if that occurs. Should be uploaded to youtube I think. Kinda cool always thought this was a studio photo, but it was from this live event:
×
×
  • Create New...