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    producing music, djing, goatrance, nature, buddhism, spirituality...

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  1. Nice characterization of the album, DoktorG. Seen objectively its a good album with a lot of ideas in sounddesign, composition and percussive work. Battle Of The Future Buddhas masters of their craft. But in the end, it doesnt catch me that much. I feel boring, if i listen to the whole album. I think the sound design is too similar within "The Light Behind The Sun". There are alot of good composition, but to low progression within the tracks. The suspense can't beeing held. In compare to "One Love": "One Love" has this one significant composition, this one significant strong melody, which hold the whole track, without the track gets boring. This is missing here. But Electric Universe has in detail another style of Goa. The other darker album, which was released by Suntrip, was "Fairytale" by Ka Sol. I think its the better one. The tracks has more varity in sound design. And ok, "Fairytale" goes another way, its harder, has more energy and its more a compilation of tracks by Ka Sol as an album with one story. The question here is, works music for an album better, if the music on the album is of one piece? Maybe it would be better albums like "The Light Behind The Sun" would be shorter, not 80 minutes, but 50-60 minutes? Nevertheless "The Light Behind The Sun" has two strong tracks, that I keep in mind. The first track "The Crane" with his roughness, with the acidsounds, the dark glimmering atmosphere and this really interesseting sample of a mechanic robotic chanticleer. The second one is "Ghost", which has a really strong melody @2:08min, a nice spooky atmosphere and progression. At the end "The Light Behind The Sun" is a solid album. And I would give it a 6,5/10.
  2. Artwork by: Pieter Pan Waiting for this album since the Feel Festvial, where they played.
  3. Really cool "Space Disco"-Set by Perel. Sounds very housy, electro with 80ies synthwaves.
  4. +1 My favorite is "Far East Frequency " and this was, as you said, on the mind rewind. All in all a little bit disappointing for me. But the cover-art is very very good.
  5. The EP is good. I like the fact, that they set the focus on midtempo-goatrance and keep it a little bit more dirty and row.
  6. The reviews here are really positive. And iam happy for Median Project that many people like his album. But i have a another opionon. On the technial side the album is "boom"! Really clean and perfect production. But the music on its own and the sounddesign dont catch me. No memorable melodies here, no hooks i wating for. It feels like 10000 arpeggiators, delay & reverb fx playing together the same notes ever and ever again. One idea/compostion for nine tracks. The sounddesign sounds cool, ok, but it has nothing special. For me it sounds like Katedra with a little bit of Artifact303. Within the album the tracks sounds to similar. If I skip through the album I think its the same track as before. The compare to Mindsphere and Astral Projection, I think, does not fit completely, because Mindsphere and Astral Projection has memorable melodies and compostions. And the sounddesign has more variety. Maybe Iam to trancy for this album and more a freak of music than productions skills. ;-) I think, its not an good statement to say listen to an album 100 time and then its sound good. If i listen to an album three times and it dont catch me, then it is boring for me. Maybe I like it in 10 years, if i listen again. That is possible. ;-)
  7. Funny topic. 4 years old: The first favorite song i remember is "Lambada" by Kaoma 9 years old: I get the cassette of the techno-smurfs as a gift. This was my favorite track. Original was "Omen III" by Magic Affiar, i think. 10 years old "Children" brought me to electronic music and trance. :-) RIP 1996 was a great year for commerical trance: ;-) My first "underground" track was "trash the temple". I dont have the vinyl It was included in the racing-game "Screamer 2". I love the whole soundtrack. As a child i recorded is on cassette to take it with me to the school trip in 1997. Recently i notice, that many tracks, maybe all tracks were released on vinyl by serious artists. This year I bought the vinyl from "Trash the Temple". And the track is so good, very nice Acidtrance. One of my absolute favorites until now. 12 years old In 1998 i bought my first cd: The Love Parade 98 comilation with tracks by Dr. Motte & Westbam, Energy 52, Kai Tracid and Aurora Borealis. "The Milky Way" was my favorite track (with the Naline and Kane rmx from "Cafe del mar"), which originally released in 1994. And yes of course it was in 1998, the best Tunnel Trance Force was released. So cool tracks are on this CD by Hypertrophy, Push, Aquaplex Meets Jumk Project, Travel, C&M, Plastic Angel, Double Force, Dj Dean etc. 13 years old 18 years old With the comedown of commercial trance I looked for new music i bought two compilations with Psytrance called "Goa" My favorites were: I like it and went back to the electonic market and bought this here: my first Oldschool Goa exiperence. 19 years old, my favorite tracks: 20 years old In 2006 I discover this forum to look for new music. I read reviews about Filteria, Khetzal and the compilation "Apsara". I bought it all and was blown away. 30 years old After 10 years of mainly listen to goa, I went back to trance and discover Oldschool trance by Eye Q Records and MfS. Today I listen to goatrance, trance, techno, house, ambient and electro.
  8. Some examples of Techno, which I really like:
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