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  1. https://www.psynews.org/forums/topic/25766-strangeoddrare-releases-cds/ Interesting thread, so apparently the compilations from Ingmar Veeck were very common in Belgian CD stores. Which would imply that he must've sold some. And when googling Ingmar Veeck there comes up a shitload of digital stores selling his music, apple music, beatport, you name it.
  2. https://www.psynews.org/forums/topic/34945-va-goa-trance-6/
  3. lol https://www.psynews.org/forums/topic/70281-i-want-to-buy-two-rare-compilations-and-a-few-more/
  4. http://forum.isratrance.com/ingmar-veeck-trnc-label/
  5. https://www.psynews.org/forums/topic/34944-va-goa-trance-4/
  6. Until it is debunked I'd say whatever it is, the truth is out there.. X-Files theme music and all. There is something peculiar for sure about this Ingmar Veeck story. Over the years there've been all kinds of drama and what not within this scene, but this stands out. There are few with the intense hate or disturbed personality that would be required for something like this. Whoever this person was I'd guess he/she/whatever must've been blacklisted pretty fast within the scene at the time. The use of multiple aliases is a particularly cunning tactic, which is very effective. And para
  7. That's epic, wonder if Ingmar Veeck was a pseudonym as well?
  8. Oh that explains it then something went south it seems after that one. lol The bank checks to the involved artists probably didn't clear.
  9. Don't drink too much, remember surfing on the internet is like driving a car. And ole Pienews is like a on old Lada car, so drive carefully.
  10. Wow that is sooo confusing. This compilation for instance: https://www.discogs.com/Various-Goa-Trance-Vol-1/release/1060373 Are all tracks made by him on this one for example? Or did he manage to get some established artists on there as the discogs entry would suggest? Either way, seems so bizarre, to actually have the resources and dedication to compile something which on a mere surface level atleast looks like professional records. With pretty nice artwork, albeit of course seemingly "inspired" by the Goa Head and Tantrance series. I mean why not just do it the right way?
  11. I was expecting more Tecktonic or Goa tho? This was more on the Full-On side of things. Skipped through briefly and didn't hear any NHJO singing on top. I don't know, maybe he sold out? He used to be a puritan old school goa head. But perhaps with the stardom that followed with his collboration with Psy-Gangnam style, he abandonded the old trends? Such as the CD-format. The future is definitely mididisc DJ mixing. And some cassette tapes for that crisp entangled vintage feel. Atleast it seems he didn't play his own tracks? Still eagerly awaiting for his liveshow at Apsara, when/if th
  12. AZ is the land code for Azerbaijan. I do not know however were he really is from. Pavel's smokescreens are becoming more intricate.
  13. Yes quite a lot, but none as obviously stupid/funny as this one. Usually ripoffs just go for the project name, not the artists real names lol. Was this guy active long ago or still at it? It's the first time I came across all of this nonsense. Did he release actual music he made himself or just bootlegs or something? How did it sound? Or was it just some elaborate scam?
  14. I want my band name to be Psytoons and artist name INGMAR VEECK. I haev bicc monay, much US dollars. Gold bars. Diamonds. Vintage champagne.
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