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Trance2MoveU

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  1. Oftentimes it is great to jump out of your comfort zone and discover what artists are doing. This tech-trance hits me just right. Dark, brooding, mysterious...whatever you want to call it. All backed up with some very danceable rhythms. Wild Tuba...wow.
  2. Looking back on what I wrote over a decade ago could've been more accurately summed up this way: Hell yeah let's go back and listen to that full-on acid sound! Still good man! It's a party! But, can I get another hit? I, I think the drugs are wearing off. You said the blue ones right? Why is the DJ repeating every song? Can we go home now? I've got a Google meet in a few hours! My conclusion is the same riiiiight up to the part were I questioned whether it sounded "samey" or not. It does and it is. Good,
  3. Artist: Todra Title: Dust From The Past Label: Unreleased Goa Records Date: July, 2020 1. Liquid Sun 2. Sacred Whisper 3. Halloween 4. Heavy Ride 2 5. Dead End 6. Viber 7. Escaping Spirit 8. Dreamatic 9. Spanish Fly Releasing music from the past has been around well, since there was a past. Sometimes it's done to capitalize on a moment, drop in for a quick cash grab, and then there is that awesome unearthing of something great. DAT Records has been instrumental in bringing back the past with numerous high profile releases that are damn near legendary now. Tha
  4. Still Psychedelic goa trance that holds up well.
  5. Artist: Aes Dana Title: Inks Label: Ultimae Date: December, 2019 1. Inks 2. Untold 3. Nuphar Log 4. Peace Corrosion 5. Otherness (Album Edit) 6. Transparency Syndrome 7. Akacie 8. Ashen 9. The Gradual District 10. Alep Offset 11. Juniper Vincent Villuis whose name sounds more like a cartoon villain than a master of the downtempo genre has released his first album under the Aes Dana name in 7 years. He did a collaborative effort with Miktek (Far & Off which was brilliant by the way) in 2016, but he's back to producing music. And we are all the bet
  6. Still holds up well. A stunningly strong goa album even with the sound issues. I for one would love for an artist like Morphic Resonance to remix this.
  7. Artist: Xenofish Title: Decoder Label: Self-Released Date: October, 2013 01 - Rise Against Myself (90 BPM) 02 - Broken Interface (120 BPM) 03 - Spectral Edges (180 BPM) 04 - Forward (180 BPM) 05 - Sanctus (176 BPM) 06 - Rea (176 BPM) 07 - Arashi (176 BPM) This is the sophomore effort of Christian Becker and I like to think it's the companion album to his debut the same year Encoder. Rise Against Myself brings rich electronic hums and a hard beat. What a great downtempo intro that is clearly not taking it easy. Broken Interface is the sound of artificial intellige
  8. Artist: Xenofish Title: Encoder Label: Self Released Date: May, 2013 01 - Xenofish - Sigma (146 BPM) 02 - Xenofish - Leviathan (145 BPM) 03 - Xenofish - Discharge (176 BPM) 04 - Xenofish - Ziggurat (146 BPM) 05 - Xenofish - Mashiro's Dream (155 BPM) 06 - Xenofish - Logfile (97 BPM) 07 - Cybernetika - Pulsar (feat. Xenofish) (141 BPM) 08 - Xenofish - Blurred Matrix (83 BPM) This is the debut album from Christian Becker and it is an offering of different styles while running with a sci-fi/technology theme. It sounds very clear and I will tell you it is fairly inten
  9. Artist: SubConsciousMind Title: Symphonies of Life Label: Self-Released Date: March, 2018 1. Patience 2. Truth 3. Consciousness 4. Destruction 5. Love 6. Creation 7. Beauty 8. Humility 9. Trust Raphael Huber's latest release is a remarkably produced piece of work. The dynamics here are superb forcing the listener to concentrate on the subtleties all the way through the tracks. Very psychedelic at times with my favorite track being the blistering Creation. The 303s were going crazy! Also big honorable mentions go the final bits of Destruction. Very intense.
  10. Artist: Various Title: Into This Wired Abyss Vol. 3 Label: Self Released Date: March, 2014 01 - EurythmY - Liquid Wonderment (90 BPM) 02 - Sixis - Mycolinguistic (Sigil Remix) (154 BPM) 03 - Atman Construct - Coming Up In The Elevator (100 BPM) 04 - False Identity - Crystalline Refinement (106 BPM) 05 - Soulular - Apparition (88 BPM) 06 - Master Minded - Trio Break Space Zone (128 BPM) 07 - 3lines - Hipstrap (72 BPM) 08 - JP Illusion vs Waveform - Tilt (90 BPM) 09 - Mindex - Inner Flame (86 BPM) 10 - Cactus Bath - Exobiology (100 BPM) 11 - Wolfen Technologies - E
  11. Artist: Consept Lightwork Title: Basics of Consciousness Ep Label: Timewarp Records Date: December, 2017 1. For Wisdom And Truth 2. Galactic Special Forces 3. Ancient Magnetic Crystals This was our first introduction to Israeli artist Avihai Tsroya with his debut Ep. I'm not going to blow smoke up your ass and tell you that he reinvented the wheel. He didn't, but this is a very competent beginning to a goa trance career. The production is good, there is power and melody, and plenty of danceable moments. It's less a goa EP and more of some psychedelic music that draws fr
  12. Artist: Painters of Thoughts Title: Trilogy of Chaos Label: Parabola Music Date: November, 2019 1. Magical Saturdays 2. Trilogy of Chaos 3. Angels of Dreams 4. Megatron Secret 5. Big Boss 6. Divine Mission 7. Count Seven 8. Media 9. Night Shift 10. Cosmic String 11. Imaginary World 12. Psychic Modulation 13. Dream Particle 14. Hypnotic Program 15. Back To Reality 16. Immortal Shadow 17. Bicycle Tune (Wonderboy Edit) 18. Getafix 550 19. Survival 20. Zuckerberg Painters of Thoughts are the California Sunshine of Goa Trance. Mostly meh, but a
  13. Artist: Eguana Title: Invisible Civilization Vol. 2 Label: Cosmicleaf Records Date: September, 2018 1. Deep Space 2. Birth of the Atom 3. Cleavage of Matter 4. Vacuum Gardens 5. Extraterrestrial Intelligence 6. Tentacles of Alien Organism 7. Internal Processes 8. Structure of the Invisible World 9. Beautiful Creatures There is ambient and then there's...well, um... "Dude, cmon...you're turn to do dishes." If you're angry or upset about something and you're spiraling and don't know what to do, then I highly recommend two things. First and most i
  14. Artist: Maan Title: Floral Cortex Label: Neogoa Records Date: May, 2020 1. Prelude: Havenless 2. Mother Moss 3. Instant Equilibrium 4. Re/Bells 5. Gardens With Flowers of Crazy Colors 6. The Wednesday Pond 7. Red Relic 8. Interstate Insects 9. Maven 10. Postlude: Antiquity Maan is Frode Ungar from Norway and this is his debut album. His Orbiter Ep from 2017 was very good as were his compilation tracks. Neogoa consistently releases quality goa trance and this is no exception. While not being exceptional at anything, it is extremely solid at everything.
  15. Artist: Various Title: Goagilde (Norways Got Goa Trance) Label: Kali Earth Records Date: December 28, 2019 Tracklist 1. Maan - Reed Voyage 06:46 2. Phreak By Nature - Lit the Fuse 08:14 3. Clementz - Voltage Control 06:23 4. Excitaxory - Silver Spoon 08:22 5. Armakuni - Descend Upon 07:00 6. Microcosm - When We All Come Together (edit) 08:37 7. Phobium - Shape is Everything 09:17 8. Material Music - Omhu 11:53 9. Clementz - Tøffere enn Toget (1977 edit) 08:11 10. Vimana Shastra - Tura 07:28 11. Clementz - Inside the Craft 08:57 12. Homegrown
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    MFG - The Message

    Still a great album that differs from their holy trinity. Dark, psychedelic, and finishes very strongly.
  17. Artist: Nervasystem Title: 3 Label: Voodoo Voltage Date: January, 2015 Track list with random track titles. Is...is that true? If so, then Mr. Dressler might want to check up on his ancestry DNA profile, cause...well, there might be a surprise for him. Just checking, but this is the Time Travel guy, right? A downtempo album then? Ok, he's not the first psy artist who went that route. Let's see what we got here... Like a close talker at the office this album has no boundaries. None. Zero. Boundaries. I defy you to classify this. It's all o
  18. Artist: Zeta Reticuli Title: Superbright Ep Label: Kali Earth Records Date: February, 2020 1. Blue Archangel 2. UY Scuti 3. Pleiadians Well this was a pleasant surprise. This is Alexander Prokopchik with a very good debut EP. He had a track on the VA Gamayun Tale that was pretty decent, but other than that there isn't much out there. This ep has three tracks that all have many twists and turns with very enjoyable goa melodies, but it's unlike most stuff out there. Perhaps it's a mix of psytrance and goa trance, but he doesn't stay married to just one avenue. As soon as
  19. Still a great album though I feel his previous two were more detailed and lush. The more I listen to this it's like speed nitzhogoa if I were to try and pinpoint the style within the style. Damn is it danceable though.
  20. I found the album pretty good, but aside from the first track and Drugstar 137 there wasn't anything to set it apart from numerous other releases. The remix of the Sienis track is just pure unadulterated cheese. Definitely has that late 2000's feel, but it's pretty harmless.
  21. Not the strongest release in the Psionic series, but some good stuff that holds up. Love me some Scorby Snacks! And that groovy bass line from Xatrik is too filthy. I'm still waiting for Dark Nebula to make a great track all the way through.
  22. The above reviewer pretty much nailed it and IMO was actually generous. The artist at this point is seven (now 8!) albums in and I'm not hearing a lot of growth. Don't get me wrong it's decent with plenty of melodies, but after 7 albums shouldn't the bar be a little higher than that? Where's the power? Where's the depth and dynamics? None of the tracks were memorable and it sounds rather generic. Instead of producing the same album almost yearly, take some chances and start experimenting because this music doesn't sound fresh at all. I'm sorry if this critique sounds harsh (and know
  23. Since I've got a lot of free time I decided to give this album another listen. Still grimy and old school. Fantastic album that should get more notoriety than it does.
  24. Artist: Clementz Title: Kretslop Label: Suntrip Date: May, 2020 1. Æ-Re-Stu 2. Big Rip 3. Inner Core 4. Spirit Dance 5. Voices of Helium 6. Distorted Angel 7. Rise and Shine 8. Outside This World 9. Music Machines Shall Inherit The Earth 10. Easter Hymn Actual footage of Hans getting coffee in the morning after releasing album. Clementz is Hans Henrik Clementz and he's from *checks notes* Norway? Really? I know during this global pandemic we've been quarantined away (well, most of the world because the dumb ass Americans apparently
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