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Paul Eye

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  1. Yeah All this polished floating space goa fluff is starting to get on my nerves. The Dragon Twins track just oozes with raw and dirty power and energy. And yes, I've seen what this track does on a dancefloor a few times this summer Maybe not the absolute epitome but I really want to see/hear people making more goa like this. The more relentless the better.
  2. But then again, this is how you ruin a beautiful track ("Fields Of Ard Skellige" from The Witcher 3)
  3. Not really sure what i'd want, but this is a very nice track
  4. Mostly vegetarian, as in: I eat eggs and cheese and the occasional chicken and fish, the even more occasional red meat, and pork practically never.
  5. So we had our traditional little goa trance party again last weekend. I played some rather murky and mindfucky oldschool goa/psy on the second night. The last half hour or so is a bit of a mess as I improvised the entire set, and I started to get all too tired towards the end of the set. Oh well, these things happen every now and then Tracklist: Intro mix: Xenomorph - Hidden track from the Qlippoth album Montauk P - About Montauk Dragon Twins - (Entwined) Organic Noise - Spastic Elastic Prana - Boundless (Black Cat Mix) Bass Chakra - Mycetozoa (304046 Mix) Process - X-1 Lumen - The Vwroodha Semsis & Marc Van Der Vlugt - Basso Profundo Zodiac Youth - Still On Earth Infected Mushroom - Blue Muppet Hux Flux - Elixir Metal Spark - Smells Electric Metal Spark - Sonic Feet Systembusters - Skuffed Process & Slide - Creepy Crawly ECT - Mr. Jolly (Lives Next Door) Triquetra - Headphone Zombie ManMadeMan & Tristan - Julz Slug - Slugfest Joujouka - Ama No Kawa
  6. Gorm - Höller Om Böller Too bad it's only an mp3 release but still better than nothing :)
  7. Probably old news for some, but I stumbled upon this kinda by accident Any other recommendations for purely instrumental/electronic metal like this?
  8. That's actually kinda funny, as Proxeeus and JaraLuca said the same thing :D But yeah, I picked your tracks as they were already over my usual 150BPM threshold. They're played at about 20BPM over tempo (compared to over +30 for the 2 last goa tracks) :)
  9. You know, sometimes you need to step out of your comfort zone and do something absolutely silly :D This happened last weekend when I played at a wedding party. Goa trance played at tempos up to 180 BPM. Go at it with an open mind. Tracklist: Hallucinogen - Mi-Loony-Um! Screw Loose - From Fear To Eternity Hypnoxock - Rare Planet Agneton - Jurassic Attack Agneton - Wizards From The Future (Afterlife Remix) Total Eclipse - Virtual Terminal Energised JBC Arkadii - Unreal World Cybernetika - Unknown Entity Qiujan - Light Truth Qiujan - New Era JaraLuca - Solaris Proxeeus - Tekeli-Li JaraLuca - Fata Morgana Rage Against The Machine - Killing In The Name
  10. Sure there can be warmup anything, and if you ask me, goa can be about anything :) Thanks for enjoying it in any case :D
  11. After a bit of a disaster in 2017, I returned to Kosmos Festival again this year, but this time on the Vortex (main) stage. I played an early Friday evening set, so naturally some warmup Goa trance was in order Tracklist: Prana - Miko (Edit) Transwave - My Dear Medical Assurance Jaïa - Brainstorm (Live Mix) Cosmic Dimension - Another Species Nova Fractal - The Wheel Of Time Morphic Resonance - Chronos (Hypnoxock Remix) Talpa - The Moon (Chromosome Remix) MFG - When We Dream Liquid Flow - Chaotic GoaTree - Black Star Of The Death Zirrex - Born Of Osiris Profetia - Chaos Theory
  12. Yeah, that was my main concern. Both those albums are psychedelia (played) with real instruments and synths, but I wouldn't call either of them any form of "trance". Would you add Ott & The All-Seeing I to that category, based on the downtempo/psydub aspect and that they play Ott's music live with a band? I'd probably rather add something (early) by Star Sounds Orchestra to the Natural Trance category, but even that might be pushing it a bit :) Or maybe something with a more obvious trance vibe from the "organic" section at Ektoplazm: http://www.ektoplazm.com/style/organic
  13. Why on Earth do you have Ozric Tentacles in the Protogoa section? Yes, they influenced some artists but are psychedelic/space rock down to the core. The Monkey Puzzle album doesn't belong in the Natural Trance section, it's more like a downtempo/rock hybrid (no traces of "trance" in any way). Also, Ethereal - Anima Mundi belongs to the New School section, not Old School. And of course all this nitpicking is us wanting to make this guide even better :)
  14. Midsummer in Finland is always a magical event, and this year was no exception. I played an hour long downtempo set on saturday-sunday night on the alternative stage at this year's Solstitium midsummer celebration. I enjoyed playing, and looking at the people there, they absolutely loved it Tracklist: Globular - Popping Out Eat Static - Lo-Ride Sloucher Barby - Arena OX7GEN feat. Nathan Thomas - Ebb & Flow Aural Planet - Liquid Incense Temple Hedz - Dimensions Direct Connection - Ram (Vlastur Remix) Bluetech - Worthy Globular - Kaleidoscope Tribe Escape Into - Purpose
  15. On a side note, it's kinda funny how basically all psytrance with Michele Adamson singing is crap, and all downtempo with her singing is great :DD (with perhaps a few exceptions)
  16. Okay, different interpretations of cheese. The singing doesn't bother me at all :)
  17. They're also responsible for the best non-cheese fullon track ever made (I might have posted this before somewhere but I absolutely adore this one)
  18. This: Not bad if you ask me. Keeps enough of the elements and atmosphere of the original, and doesn't turn into a cheesefest at any point :)
  19. There's definitely something wrong if you can hear a difference between 2 lossless formats. The audio data in a FLAC is bitwise 100% identical to the WAV it was encoded from.
  20. 18 years old me would probably have disliked Cryptic Crunch back in 1999. 37 years old me thinks it's a fantastic album. RIP dude, I remember I had a briefly strange encounter with him on some Finnish festival some years ago... Yeah, Hux Flux doesn't get much better than this (and yes, I prefer this over the original version). Or this: Illuminus is nice too, btw
  21. If their upcoming material is anything like this, I'll be at least a bit interested
  22. There's already a thread on this: https://www.psynews.org/forums/topic/74310-subconsciousmind-symphonies-of-life-ektoplazm/
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