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  1. Awesome but not really what I am after.... people are saying UK but I think what I'm talking about is post-UK... Idk I used to listen to a lot of Southwild and stuff but haven't for a while... maybe the UK evolved their basslines while I wasn't looking? Or maybe I'm tripping...lol (I actually listened to some 2014 Southwild after typing this and that shit is sick) Anyways review: The first one you really feel like you are getting sucked into a fractal washing machine by the end. Very sick track... still sounds old school though...a lot of looping to get you there.... Second tr
  2. Hmm... well... haters gonna hate... For those who don`t, share some dank tracks! Here`s another banger:
  3. Pretty sure the Twilight subgenre was around mid 2000's, coming out of South Africa...?
  4. Seems a bit like this forum is kinda stuck in the "good old days" and I see many people wondering if Psytrance is dead so I thought we could have a thread to share some of the fresh and awesome music that's not Goa or Psytrance or Progressive or Forest or Psygressive or Dark or Hi-tech or whatever came before. Dunno what the actual genre would be, but I hear people calling it the fully spelled out "Psychedelic Trance" as opposed to Psytrance (ie Astrix etc), or simply "Psychedelic". Basically bouncy, fast, positive, lot's of crazy twisted psychedelic sounds and sure to cause massive
  5. Hey guys, I'm looking for the name of the first track that plays up to 1:35
  6. Just wanted to say thank you to the architects of the sound that has birthed me so many, many times. Thank you.
  7. One of the fullmoon parties in germany where the dj booth was in the middle and the speakers surrounded the booth alternating between left and right. So when there was a stereo effect it created like a hexagonal pattern which blew my mind. Also, it was the first time I heard the "speeding up to infinity until the sped up sound becomes the bassline" trick, done by skazi at the time.
  8. You know when you go to a party and all the tracks just sound like clever noise that's meant to trip you out? So yeah, clever noise sounds like the other clever noise It's weird, I can recognize tracks pretty easily but when it comes to that kind of style it becomes very hard... on the plus side it always feels like I'm listening to something alien fresh Ps, did I hear a remix of this the other day? Or maybe it was a dream...? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9dAKH5VgecM
  9. One of my favourite tracks ever. Pure melodic bliss. You guys remember this one? Puts an instant smile on my face That end section is just the tip of happiness https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kGgvO3wpMc8 And this one is just super sick. Class A tune. So raw.
  10. K so I've been into looney moon style stuff recently, I think they've got the whole mix of bouncy basslines and twisted leads pretty waxed... What I'm looking for is the same type of sound but with melodies encrypted into it, like each cooked sound could be pitched to a certain frequency and be interweaved with other cascading frequencies but still be kept a secret kind of. Like the sample would have a slight tone to it, like kind of what atomic pulse used to do with his percussion way back in the days. Nothing too obvious, but it's there if you listen. Or otherwise fully obvious cri
  11. Hey guys, So yeah, I'm looking for the track in the title. I remember, in the year 2000 or so, downloading a bunch of free mp3's from links here on psynews and recording them onto tape. Lost the tape and hard drive long ago. So today I thought I'd try use the Wayback Machine to retrace my click's (I thought there couldn't have been that many goa sites in those days) and I think I found one of my favourite tracks on that tape! At least the name sound's familiar, and the description sounds right as well. Unfortunately all I have is this link: https://web.archive.org/web/20000
  12. Something a bit different...
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