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abasio last won the day on May 7 2019

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About abasio

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    Comatose hallucination connoisseur
  • Birthday 05/13/1981

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  1. I've been really liking this. So much content and it all ranges from good to excellent. Noting bad in here at all.
  2. Funny how coincidences happen like this
  3. Seb Taylor recently released a collection of Digitalis tracks on Bandcamp. It was a very very pleasant surprise. http://sebtaylor.bandcamp.com/album/the-early-years-1995-2000 1. S.P.I.R.A.L. 06:50 2.Kyphi 07:08 3.Figments of Reality (Trance Mix) 06:07 4.Slotek 06:20 5.Spiked 06:47 6.Dr Sembei 05:35 7.Widga 05:47 8.Repeater 06:41 9.The Mind Gap 07:49 10.No Analysis 06:41 11.Ambisquij 05:59 12.3rd State (Freak Bass Mix) 04:25 13.Waving Not Drowning 06:03 14.Satori 07:28 15.What Else U Got? 06:57 16.Magick Mirror 0
  4. Some very nice sounding stuff their. I'll have to take a closer listen now I'm following on Bandcamp.
  5. It took about a year of doing it every night. How I miss having that kind of time Love something randomly amazing coming on the realising it's something you've heard many times before but not really listened.
  6. Mostly these days I listen to music outside of the house: wife and daughter don't have the best taste, so I've had to digitise everything. Having a player that can play each album randomly is great as I end up listening to some fantastic albums I probably wouldn't have actively chosen to listen to. Years ago I compiled about 3000 CDs to FLAC and out them into a HDD. Unfortunately my wife decided she'd take this HDD and attach it to the cable box, deleting everything so she could watch utter tripe. One day I might find the time to re-rip everything.
  7. I've missed this place. Seems like an age since I was active here. I came back a few years ago but disappeared again. I think it's been 5 years or so since I've been active here. Coincidentally daughter turns five in a few weeks. My wife isn't overly maternal and the bulk of the child rearing has fallen on me. I don't get much free time to do what I want or listen to what I want. She loves dubstep and hates my downtempo boring stuff or weird trippy trancey stuff I've been sick this year: diagnosed with sinus cancer over New year's but I had successful surgery last month and on the
  8. I remember those times. Hard to believe it was 15 years ago. Life has changed a lot. Hoping to come back a bit more often. Though I think I said that a few years ago too. Hope everyone is doing fine.
  9. Nunc Stans - Elementa I've been in a real ambient mood recently and DataObscura is really enjoyable
  10. It was only when I got Dragonfly Classix that I knew what the first track I heard that got me into psy was. I'd heard it at an after party and checked out the CD case but I was out of it and only remembered the picture of a dragonfly. That was enough to get me some CDs that startedy love affair. This was the track BTW https://g.co/kgs/7M7qvE
  11. Does the sample get faster and sound kind of metallic and scratchy? I'm sure I've heard that recently, meaning I have it, but for the life of me and can't think who it is right now.
  12. I like bandcamp a lot. It's got a great mix of name your price stuff and labels that I am happy to pay full price for. If I buy a physical CD I get a decent download right away. I remember buy If live direct from DAT and the download was poor to say the least. Each track separate except for CD3, not art embedded in the FLAC, except for CD2 and one file I am not sure which cause my Walkman to crash over and over and need repair great album though Bandcamp downloads are always perfect, simple to download and fit on my player instantly.
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