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    Lost in Time: From 18 -> 19

    I was not there unfortunately but I've heard a lot of good things ^^
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    Lost in Time: From 18 -> 19

    Hey kvd, I wanted to ask if there's gonna be a Lost in Summer Time in 2019?
  3. Title says it essentially. Acid-drenched would be the cherry on top bit mainly looking for breakbeats. I know the oldschool Boris Blenn stuff has some, and shakta also has some IIRC, bit are there some more unknown breakbeat-goa gems I'm missing out on? Thanks for your time and knowledge! ^^
  4. Yes Hedningarna is amazing Trä is probably my favorite folk album. Tina Vieri is just so beautiful and ominous.
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    V/A - Destination Goa 3

    The first thing that went through my mind when I listened to "Initiation" for the first time was: How the hell have I not heard it sooner? This is absolutely mindbending!
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    Crazy old school Goa tracks (like really crazy)

    Yeeeeesssssssss! Identify is absolutely nuts. The climax sounds exactly like "normal" goa when you've had a little too much acid True Freedom and Tacker are also amazing IMO, shame Hiscore never released more stuff :/
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    Kids and Psytrance

    My little sister is now 3, and she really enjoys dancing with me and my best friend to oldschool goa at home When he comes over, she will come and ask us to put on music and dance with her. She's gonna be the sweetest little raver in about 14 years I'm sure
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    Crazy old school Goa tracks (like really crazy)

    Green Nuns is IMO some of the most intensely insane dance music there is: Fire is an amazing track that I don't often see mentioned, at 3:19 the track transform from energetic and acidic into a full on Shizophrenic Mindtrip: Their Remix of Scarab is almost too intense to handle, specifically its Eruption of a climax: There's also this Hitchcock of a Goatrack, with unbelievably supsensful acidleads and a phat beat: And of course many, many more in this beatifully mad genre, those are just off the top of my head right now.
  9. Just from the half minute of this video it seems to me that the Livemix blows the one on Corolle out of the water, and that's saying something: Do you know if a full version is available somewhere? Edit: title
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    Desert Island Albums (GOA): Your pick

    Is it bad taste to post in a topic that's as good as dead? I'll proceed anyhow Green Nuns of the Revolution - Rock Bitch Mafia Cosmosis - Cosmology Moonweed - Voice of Jupiter Denshi Danshi - Fluid Dynamics Etnica - Alien Protein Lots of crazy acid madness to distract me while im starving and thirsting to oblivion...
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    Power Source - Cosmic Waves

    @acid-brain Exactly my thoughts on the album. Orient Express was the only track that really pulled my strings. Even more so than Goaway. The acid-madness just digs so deep into my brain!
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    A track from anoebis' set @connection this year

    Sry I, will do so from now on ^^ But the one I meant is actually Planet Mars by Miranda, Conflict is the first track All the tracks that I recognize now are: 1. GNotR - Conflict 2. Hiscore - True Freedom 3. Astral Projection - Let there be Light (Filteria rmx) 4. Somaton - Melodic Cheese (this one is also known as: Shakta - Arsim on Acid) 5. Miranda - Planet Mars
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    Hiscore - Identify

    Does anyone know what synth was used to make the mad acid screams in this one and true freedom? Thx in advance ^^
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    Kids and Psytrance

    It was kinda like that with me. My mom used to listen to Goa (She was a Postford fan), Orbital, Amon Tobin and lots of other interesting electronic music from the 90's. The first one I cared about was Voodoo People by the prodigy. I listened to it so much my mom couldn't stand it anymore. And then I really liked Khetzal's Corolle. I listened to it to do everything and then started to explore the genre more and grew into a total goa-head. Edit: I'm more of a goa-head now than my mom ever was
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    Something (I assume) by the nuns

    The first track in the video. I looked through everything by the Green/Slinky Nuns, and the Infernal machine tracks, yet didn't find it. Does anyone have an idea what this track is? EDIT: Nevermind just found it xD Sry for unnecessary thread.