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Anoebis

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  1. Such great reviews! Please post them in the review section... moderators? And make a 2022 as well As for vinyls, we have some stuff in the pipeline with at least 1-2 tracks of the album
  2. Well, its lovely what you say, and the producer was very happy to read your feedback too! It would be lovely if we could post it in the review section as well
  3. Dear Suntrippers! You get this mail because you bought Suntrip stuff with us before. If you dont want this mail anymore, just reply with "no". What will you find in this mail? 1.) New release: Battle of the Future Buddhas - Songs From a Forgotten Memory 2.) Future releases on Suntrip 3.) Classic Goa trax is on fire too! 4.) Other news ---------------------------------------------------- 1.) Battle of the Future Buddhas is back with a second, very old school, album on Suntrip! David Tingsgård from Sweden was formerly known for his crazy melodic forest trance in the 90s, but in the mean time his style evolved to a slower, warmer back to the roots type of old school goa-trance! His last album on Suntrip, "The light behind the sun", already gave a taste of this. His new album went even a bit further. More old school, groovy, deeper, a bit more hypnotic, experimental, repetitive and filled with warm melodies allover! If you want to feel the vibe of the Indian beaches in the 90s, where the magic was happening, close your eyes, press play and have a nice voyage! Tracklist: 1. Collidoscope 2. Go Gently Into Space 3. Pitchbend (Into the Light Remix) 4. The God Particle (Catch 22 Rework) 5. From Nothing 6. Into Heaven 7. Mugwump 8. Interstellar 9. Blurred, Calm, Warm, Hazy Artwork: Aashit Singh Mastered By: Christer Lundstrom For sale, both on CD and digitally: https://suntriprecords.bandcamp.com/music ---------------------------------------------------- 2.) Cds: We know everyone expect Filteria next but... Not yet! As Jannis wants it to be perfect, it will only come around march/april. But, before that you will get another smashing release: A "new" album of Tim Schuldt (SUNCD71)! It will be an album with only music made in the 90s! Some very rare tracks completely remastered, because the released ones sounded véry bad (like "The Next") and some never before released tracks, full versions that were never released etc. Soon we will announce the full tracklist! Release should happen in february! So... Tim Schuldt, then Filteria and we hope to finish the spring with a 2xCD compilation of the best music of Classic Goa Trax on CD. CD1 will be only 90s never before released goa-trance of famous names. CD2 will have tracks that were previously only released digitally on Classic Goa trax, but deserve a CD release! Some will even make it onto vinyl but more about that later. After that we have our usual summer break and the second part of the year is still a bit unclear. We want to work on some more compilations and Nebula Meltdown, Triquetra and Morphic Resonance are working like mad too. One thing is sure: enough good music for sure! Vinyls: Ah yes... Vinyl... Did we say vinyl? Yes! We have 1 vinyl "in print" now, and its not the Dimension 5 one (yet?). Its kind of hard to get all the needed autographs for that one... But we are working on it. It is the other massive classic Suntrip one: Ra - 9th! It will take at least 6 months to print it (too many people want vinyl these days) but it is planned. Probably around summer you can make it even warmer in your house with this Egyptian type of music! On top of that we started working on "Single Collection" vinyls where you will find the biggest Suntrip classics burned on wax! Long term plans but they will happen eventually ---------------------------------------------------- 3.) Classic Goa Trax is active... And brings a new digital release every 2 weeks! Sometimes a full re-release of a classic 90s album, sometimes never before released stuff and sometimes single collections of very rare tracks! As you could read above, a CD is planned as well! Anyway, since our latest mail we had following new ones: CGT 58: GAD - Lost & Found ‎(never before released stuff!) CGT 59: Color Box - Train to Chroma City CGT 60: Mittelstandskinder Ohne Strom - Bug CGT 61: Remote Sensing - Best Of Remote Sensing CGT 62: Four Carry Nuts - Mechanical Age CGT 63: Cosmoon/Twisted Travellers - Single Collection Upcoming: CGT 64: California Sunshine - Sinking Sand CGT 65: Virtuart - The Unreleased Drehkar Collection (never before released stuff!) CGT 66: Goefly - Unreleased Single Collection All of them are available on: https://classicgoatrax.bandcamp.com/ ---------------------------------------------------- Some more updates from our side! - We get a lot of questions about merchandising. Well, we have new T Shirts printed but they are waiting on us in Serbia... When we are free to move again after Covid they will come as soon as possible - The new website will come around the summer! We finally found someone that has the ability to do what we want - Parties: well... Now not much is happening but in the summer Suntrip will be playing allover... We get back to you with dates and line ups next newsletter! - In january, we will do some special sales on our bandcamp, so keep an eye on that - For the Christians: Merry Christmas!
  4. Battle of the Future Buddhas is back with a second, very old school, CD-album on Suntrip! David Tingsgard from Sweden was formerly known for his crazy melodic forest trance in the 90s, but in the mean time his style evolved to a slower, warmer back to the roots type of old school goa-trance! His last album on Suntrip, "The light behind the sun", already gave a taste of this. His new album went even a bit further. More old school, groovy, deeper, a bit more hypnotic, experimental, repetitive and filled with warm melodies allover! If you want to feel the vibe of the Indian beaches in the 90s, where the magic was happening, close your eyes, press play and have a nice voyage! Now available on following bandcamp link: https://suntriprecords.bandcamp.com/album/songs-from-a-forgotten-memory Tracklist: 1. Collidoscope 2. Go Gently Into Space 3. Pitchbend (Into the Light Remix) 4. The God Particle (Catch 22 Rework) 5. From Nothing 6. Into Heaven 7. Mugwump 8. Interstellar 9. Blurred, Calm, Warm, Hazy Artwork:
  5. Well, of course you cant discuss taste. If you like the positive, euphoric melodies of Afgin, amazing! If you dont like happy music, also amazing! When you are long enough in the music scene you can place things into perspective But, I had so much critics after Carpe Noctem, everybody that loves melodies basically started to throw shit saying this isnt goa enough... Anyway, Buddhas coming up next!
  6. The paradox of having a label for over 15 years. Or you change styles (like with Carpe Noctem) => they are not faithful to their mission, its not real goa, its too different Or you release goa => same old, its not different.
  7. haha, you deserved your Goa passport there :p Yeah... I love to play that track during peaks of a set. Unfortunately the guy started to make dnb and hiphop not much after... So, the album never happened because there was never enough music
  8. Well, the same as most old school labels do: they just put old school stuff online without any rights. They just try, catch a lot of money untill an artists really makes problems...
  9. To make things clear. Most goa labels work via beatspace or Arabesque, and they put their music at Psyshop "for us". But well, its still shitty for the labels and distributors as there are big stocks left at Psyshop and at once all is "gone" for now. Lets wait and see what happens. The same happened with Saiksounds. We never saw our backstock back... I hope the Deutsche Grundlichkheit will prove better!
  10. If you still want to buy cds in a shop, Beatspace is the biggest now I guess? https://www.beatspace.com/
  11. Sad for sure but yeah... bandcamp took over. I hope they will send all the stocks back, as they have 1000s of cds left. When Saikosounds shut down all was lost
  12. With Suntrip we try to cover all ranges of goa-trance. From melodic forest (Carpe Noctem) to spiritual tribal (Khetzal), from pure acid 303 (Triquetra) to the crossover between trance & goa (yes, Afgin). Its not a big secret he loves "normal" trance. Its not a copy of Astral Projection, its just... Afgin. A mix between goa and trance with the focus on positive, warm, light melodies to make you smile on sunny days or blisfull mornings on a dancefloor. This is such a weird statement. The personal style I understand fully, but... It is actually more popular by 90s people (and it sells actually better then Triquetra etc). Not sure where you are from? But in Belgium/Holland/Germany/France "normal" trance was huge in the 90s. Slowly this sound faded away into terrible EDM. But people that love this old school sound (mostly people that were on dancefloors in the 90s) miss this sound big time and... they love Afgin, because it brings them back to times genres were not defined. There was trance with a goa touch, goa with a trance touch. Pure Nostalgia for most 90s people. There is a reason why Man With No Name is booked over and over again... Also, its not brainfuck music, a lot of the 90s people are bit older now and aren't always searching to the most crazy or psychedelic any longer. I seem to be one of the exceptions. Loving both very melodic, positive (goa)-trance stuff and super psychedelic darker acidic stuff
  13. The new Afgin is finally out (on bandcamp friday)! If you are looking for warm, positive emotional old styles goa-trance that will beam you immediately to a tropical beach? Search no longer: Elad Afgins second album on Suntrip is exactly what you need! The cd (and digital files) are now exclusively available on Suntrip's bandcamp! There is an amazing coincidence with the title by the way. In Belgium, facemasks are no more obligated since... today! So yes, we will go for "Eternal Freedom" for sure! Artwork by Margot Schaefer with some help from Rodolpho Morais https://suntriprecords.bandcamp.com/merch
  14. Another one (prepared to accept the tomatoes people will throw at me) but Shamanix of Hallucinogen is probably his weakest track on both albums and for sure his most well known. Its cheesy and just... meh, while more or less ALL other ones are superb (probably thats why people love it... easy to digest)
  15. I think his remixes are by far his best output. He made a lot of great ones, not only Bony Incus... For the trance lovers... The Orange Theme Remix is wonderful, Greece 2000, Quietman, Dream Universe,...
  16. You love 90s old school goa-trance and you love SUN Project? Great news! We can give you both in a unique release! Suntrip's sublabel Classic Goa Trax presents a full album with previously unreleased versions and mixes of classic 90s output by the legendary German band SUN Project! When Matthias Rumoeller revived his old DAT player a few months ago he started to check his old DAT recordings and found these forgotten wonderful melodic, full power acidic and more groovy mixes of his best known Goatrance tracks. During the 1990s Matt produced all tracks on this album and now he mastered them carefully. The result? 1 hour of crisp and clear trippy psytrance and euphoric goa-trance! For the people that want their music on cd or wax as well, 3 of the tracks will be released on a special compilation on Suntrip later on! 1. Casio-Paya (1998 Unreleased Mix) 2. I feel (1998 Unreleased Mix) 3. The Awakening (1996 Unreleased Mix) 4. Space Dwarfs (1997 Unreleased Mix) 5. Crazy Stories (1996 Unreleased Mix) 6. At The Edge of Time (1996 Unreleased Mix) 7. Subsonic Overdrive (1999 Unreleased Mix) 8. That’s A Trap (2000 Unreleased Mix) 9. Computer Breath (2000 Unreleased Mix) 10. Energia Magica (1997 Unreleased Mix) 11. Going With the Flow (1996 Unreleased Mix) https://classicgoatrax.bandcamp.com/album/secret-original-mixes-1996-2000
  17. Haha, I agree so much with the E-Rection track! I am a HUGE Astral Projection lover, but never understood why Mahadeva became so big, while so many other tracks of them were SO much better
  18. I hope he is ready by then! Else, we are working on a "Best of" Filteria on 2xLP Please, vote your favourites! https://www.facebook.com/groups/44610463274/posts/10161222603448275/ Ps: Dog Days Bliss was already released on vinyl (on Global Aura) and Lunar Civilization is not possible due to copyright issues... Sorry!
  19. And after Bypass Unit, another release on Classic Goa Trax! Tim Schuldt is known, but his old school aliases are maybe even more known! For many years he made old styled acid-trance & goa-trance under so many names. Mama Indica, Talking Souls & Mono Substance are probably the most known, but there are more. In this single collection we focus on his 'hidden' alter egos only! You can both discover his more pure acid-goa crossover style he used to produce in the mid 90s and his more intense and heavy music he will start to produce in the later 90s. The tracks are lightly remastered by Kobi Harosh. You may have noticed some tracks are not included... Well, thats because in 2022 Suntrip Records will release a cd & LP of Tim Schuldt with never before released tracks of him, different versions and remasters he did from his old DATs. Follow Suntrip to know more about this. https://classicgoatrax.bandcamp.com/album/single-collection-6
  20. It will come 6 tracks are completely ready, 2 need some rework. You will also get a 2xLP Best of Filteria edition as bonus by the way The planning for now: Early October: Afgin album Late november/early december: Buddhas album later January: Filteria March/april: Tim Schuldt
  21. We found a simple solution. We keep both online. Our versions were given by the artist and have a different mix as the remasters of Phototropic. Problem solved...
  22. I look at this topic as a modern newspaper: a title that sounds very spectacular and accusing. You click it and when you read it you think "oooh, thats only it". Anyway, to give some more detail, Synsun didnt leave any label. An artist is free to give their music to anyone if the contract allows it. So they can be part of many labels in some cases (although rare). In this case we never even wanted to "fight" with Phototropic in any way, as they are clearly the ones doing the cds. I support that 100%. As everyone knows Classic Goa Trax is only about digital goa-trance anyway. There is no suing involved at all either indeed. I think they just send out the basic mail, and see what happens. And well, or we come to an agreement or they go "further" which is kind of extreme of course, but it will never happen, for sure not if you know we are talking about 15€ every 3 months, of which 10€ is for Synsun in our case And yes, as Leo/Resonantearth sais: artists are not really involved in all this. Its companies and copyrights, no more no less, and the basics for this are contracts/deals/agreements. Once signed/agreed, many artists cant do much with their music...
  23. I think I can ask them to reclaim (although this was not done via beatspace) but as you say. It are massive companies, I'm not sure how much is human and how much is AI. And even if reclaimed both will stand there next to eachother (which is ok for me, really). As for the music bussiness, thats another topic. And it should be discussed one day. This online world is one of the most mad things you can imagine. Fake labels, people claiming music that isnt theirs etc...
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