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  1. Oopie

    What new music did you get today?

    What a lucky find! I'd never thought of owning this album due to the ridiculous price. But a local Suomisaundi guy sold me NM copy for 50e...
  2. Oopie

    Ambient recommendations

    Connect Ohm's 9980 on Ultimae is deep without being pretentious. Maybe check that one out?
  3. Oopie

    X-dream's our own happiness

    They were awesome - I find they had patience to build the tracks in almost unrivaled fashion. I can't agree with Sam about 'Create Your...' being their only melodic standout though! How about? or...
  4. Oopie

    What releases did I miss in 2018?

    Maybe my album 'Surrounded By Surreality'... it's more forest/goa hybrid though so it might not suite you if you're looking for classic goa only.
  5. Now free to download on Ektoplazm: http://www.ektoplazm.com/free-music/sab-kuch-milegator-surrounded-by-surreality
  6. Oopie

    Best Kickdrums

    Not sure about best... put the thread reminded me of this track: Listen to the part in 2:30 to hear what I mean
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    Sab Kuch @ Aikahattu 2018 (Goa Ränse)

    Here's the tracklist for all the curious fu... fans out there: 1. Katayama - Pan-O-Rama (Spiral Trax 1999) 2. Atmos - Die Kaputzenpulli (Docklands Records 1999) 3. S-Range - Serial Overtypes (Spiral Trax 2000) 4. Noma - No More! (Spiral Trax 2000) 5. Klegg - O2 (Stoneage Records 2002) 6. S-Range - Kym (Flying Rhino Records 2000) 7. Bamboo Forest - Back Of The World (3D Vision 1998) 8. Bamboo Forest - New World (unreleased) 9. Domestic - Genetic Wobble (YoYo Records 1998) 10. Hux Flux - Bring Your Own BIOS (Logic Bomb Rmx) (Z-Plane Records 2015) 11. Sab Kuch Milegator - Gringrinder (self-released 2018) 12. Lectro Spektral Daze - Quite A Trip (JaraLuca Rmx) (Neogoa 2016) 13. Tandu - Alien Pump (Rmx) (3D Vision 1998) 14. The Deviant - Mururoa My Love (TIP Records 1996) 15. Oforia - Timelessness (3D Vision 1998) 16. Rhythmystec - Cathexis (Suntrip Records 2018) 17. Freak Disciple - Free Dimension (Flying Rhino Records 1998) 18. Toi Doi - Nuage D'Encens (Avatar Records 2000) 19. Pleiadians - Alcyone (Morphic Resonance Rmx) (DAT Records 2017)
  8. I don't usually do DJ mixes these days, but when I do - it's gotta be da Aikahattu outdoors festival here in Finland. As you may have noticed, also Paul Eye posted his own mix here, so you definitely get a good picture what was going on in those two magical friday and saturday nights... The internet is honestly saturated with Goa (or take any genre) mixes these days and I don't claim this particular mix to be somehow *so* different from what you've heard before. A few unreleased, a few vinyl only and classics by Oforia, Orichalcum, Toi Doi and the likes. Enjoy.
  9. The guy is asking you a simple favour, for the love of God please do add it on Discogs to end this matter.
  10. Bought two copies! Full support. Always wanted to have 'I'm Shocked' as a mastered version, one of the few "goa unreleased" tracks that always were special before. e: What a bummer. This version of 'Im Shocked' lacks... sigh, just about everything! The one from the liveset is lightyears better.
  11. Why is it you guys like to talk about music you don't like instead giving the attention to something that's worth your while? It's just silly how many great releases get totally discarded and then the only topic that has any replies, on the biggest psyforum of this planet, is about something that is derivative/bad.
  12. Oopie

    The Psychedelic Trance, in its entirety

    Hey I agree that forest is never 100% luminous, yet on the chart you represented the line shows it would differ from 100% dark to 50/50 dark/luminous. Or is it not? I would agree the recent Hux Flux isn't forest, the stuff he was churning out for the past few years. But the old stuff! He's one of the guys who were there to invent the whole thing with his 'Cryptic Crunch' album. The last really great forest track he made is in my books 'Post 100' from 2006. I do agree with Pauli Ozrics aren't Proto-Goa. It's easy to drag them into discussion because of the obvious Eat Static connection. Then again you could as easily say many acid house/techno tracks from the 1980s are Proto-Goa in such context. But they aren't. Proto-Goa is somewhat precise style with obvious goa melody/bassline, usually just lacking more serious psychedelic soundscape. A lot of it is released on 12" records on Belgian/German labels and it takes dedication to know this music. Here's a couple examples:
  13. Oopie

    The Psychedelic Trance, in its entirety

    I don't agree with the dark/luminous argument of forest psytrance. It can be very luminous like Imaginary Sight, old Hux Flux or my last album for instance.
  14. I'd like to update that I was travelling in Southern Africa for a month hence this album has been "sold out" for a while. However, there are still copies left and you can purchase the album on bandcamp again. Thank you for supporting and helping me fund the future SKM releases! -Ridge
  15. Oopie

    RIP Hux Flux :(

    RIP Dennis, your music gave a lot of joy & inspiration to all of us.