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  1. There's 10 remaining copies of this album available on Bandcamp. Then they gone. https://sabkuchmilegator.bandcamp.com/album/surrounded-by-surreality
  2. Sample "saucer landing" reveals it's: Ubar Tmar - Flying Saucer Landing Can't say if a released version or not.
  3. Shoot me in the duck. Fight me towards the aircraft. If someone's selling Aeon - Transe Modulaire for 30 euros on discogs (all time low!) how could I sleep my nights if I slept on the opportunity? Wasn't actively searching for it because I thought chances of getting it for a good price were really slim but there you go...
  4. I know Mr. Lemilica from somewhere (I don't remember details) and asked him to upload my music years ago... and in fact he still does if I release anything.
  5. As I see it, "sab kuch milega" is used in India to mean "everything is possible" or "you get what you want". Obviously "Milegator" is just my own made up word. ps. I can't do a mainstream track it just wouldn't feel right...
  6. Although a decent percentage of neo Goa is in fact simpler than it tries to sound, Goa is still, essentially, psychedelic music. It thrives on complexity. The "big room" psytrance, from a popularity perspective, is always going to remain more consumed because it's easier to digest. Simply - people like simple. The big room sound took essentially what are the cliche, working "hooks" of classic psytrance and churned a McD version out of it. That's the money recipe! So yeah, Goa is never gonna be that much more popular unless people's minds were somehow altered to demand and appreciate more complex sound structures. The production quality talk, although a welcomed topic on its own, is somewhat futile in the end I reckon.
  7. Unfortunately I've got no extra material to use for this. It's been half a year since I produced any music
  8. But you were the layout designer for the Sab Ku... But, but, you were the... I don't know where I'm going with this. Or maybe I might... "Sab Kuch Milegator - Tajunnan Rajamaa (2021)" Not a lot of reviews just yet but listen to my main man he knows this stuff Lemme quote
  9. Okay so it's at least partially money related. I should've guessed! Money talks. Psytrance is a business too, for some. It's kinda funny though... as right now exposure doesn't really do much to give you gigs does it.
  10. Hey guys, I'm just wondering here! Look, if you type on Google "psytrance forum" then Psynews.org is the first forum in the search results. I don't even think there's another remotely working/alive forum out there these days? So you have this forum, leaning quite a lot on Goa-related info and news. Let's say a big label like Suntrip releases an artist album that's well received. So there's the ground setting: the only working psytrance forum & a big label in the scene with a well received release. Let's check out youtube? There we go. And?... 2000 views! That's an alright figure, given the exposure. Now one of the biggest hits of the scene ever, uploaded almost 10 years ago on youtube. That'd be 400k views. A nice amount and well deserved for sure. But then... ladies and gentlemen... what the fuck is this sorcery? Astrix with almost 53 million views! How? Where are the effin' millions of psytrance fans that listened to this? It boggles my mind. Also Astrix + Ace Ventura = Alpha Portal A track from a digital compilation I've never seen anyone mention anywhere. 10 million views. This stuff freezes my internal computer. Are the Israeli folk systematically buying views for their releases?
  11. Hey buddy. It's Colin OOOD once again. Yeah I saw you made an order, I'll pack it tomorrow for you!
  12. For the past two years I've been sitting in front of my computer looking like this... ...here's the result: Sab Kuch Milegator - Tajunnan Rajamaa 1. Zebra Stripe Matrix 2. Mental Range Of A Windshield Wiper 3. When Mario Took All The Mushrooms... 4. Twistortion Twin 5. Goa Scorcher 6. Quest For Identity 7. Turban Of Turbulence self-released style: Melodic forest/Goa Let's cut the bullshit talk! Here's the link: https://sabkuchmilegator.bandcamp.com/album/tajunnan-rajamaa
  13. It's difficult to answer either way... X-Dream's body of trance is rather unique, the sound palette has some unconventional choices mixed with the more common tropes. As is mine when I think about it... but our moods differ quite a length. I'd say the style is closer to some of the progressively melodic Chi-A.D. bangers but only slightly so. "The sound" - yeah I know what you mean. It's probably the point beyond any musical education where a person's mindset and preferences come to play. Well, it's somewhat of course related to musical knowledge and the kinda studio one works with, obviously.
  14. Yes well guessed. It's going to show on BC as soon as the ready product is in my hands - self-released like before.
  15. Heard a rumour from unreliable source they're just printing the new Sab Kuch Milegator album...
  16. Oi mate! I, like many others, initially didn't check this one out. It's the harsh, continuous reality of getting information overflow in our brains - we filter out so much, and I was already so close on missing a diamond. I want to congratulate you for a really well done album! The fact alone that these tracks were done in 10 years span tells me you're a dedicated person. You're the best post-y2k artist to emulate that famous Pleiadians sound. Kinda curious you'd remix such an underground artist as Mantis but glad you did as that track turned out to be my favourite if one needs to be picked. There's a degree of maturity in your composition, you show restraint when needed and don't go 'over the top' just for the sake of it like some hotpot producers out there! You certainly have special flair and I'd really like to hear more one day. I bought the album on bandcamp to support you even just a little.
  17. Some of the compositional elements sound a bit off on the 145bpm version. I'll vote for the original.
  18. It was really fun... my pleasure.
  19. We recently had our annual Aikahattu party here in Finland, I spun some darker old school - kinda similarly to the last year. The mix contains tracks by Hux Flux, Logic Bomb, Noma and the likes.
  20. Thanks Mentaloscope. Keep an eye out for the next album it's right now being mastered.
  21. Only took about 400-500 hours (probably more) and 6 months but I think the last track is ready now. Time for mastering... I got a great cover art ready as well!
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