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  1. Browsing the forum I figured out psy+jazz was a recurrent request. Anyway, for the pleasure... Jazz parts fit so well in these 3 tracks. Read somewhere that Tromesa could be also a good candidate. Any clue?
  2. Thanks for the highlight. Gojja makes a good sound.
  3. What about Overdream? Beautiful Thinking for instance.
  4. oh shit! Thanks because I haven't listen any of these both before. This track from Procs is brillant. Listened to the rest of the album, it is harsh and quite intense. Great. Hallu. horses: I don't know what track you refer to, maybe the trancy d&b boogie one? ::) What a demential ride.
  5. Not only philosophers : cold, lukewarm ... these are judgments made on a factual measurement in C, F, K... the fire of your match is not hot enough to melt metal. your solar oven is too hot to light your cigarette.the fire in your chimney is too hot for human skin.
  6. I found this (hem, looking for "psyjazz" in youtube, could have been the first step!) Tratosphere - Bazar Bizar It is downtempo, not psytrance. The album sound nice and [36:45] Budragar or [42:30] Banana Boat could be two examples of what we're talking about, on the chill side. No?
  7. Thanks for the time spent listing all these tracks :) Kino Oko sounds very interesting! Man upon the Rainbow is so danceable. Krumulur yes, it is like the swamp's jam-session :) I am not looking for something specific. OK, perhaps I was secretly hoping to come across the collaboration between John Zorn and one of these hitech producers. Or maybe a ambient remix of Pat Metheny :) I feel the two styles has a lot in common and a lot to share. Anyway, you provide me with good stuff. Good times dancing in the living room with the kid :)
  8. Awesome, thank you for these tips! Koxbox, very playful, very nice. The whole album is a materpiece. Transfinder, nice as well but somehow easier imo ("eveybody!") shaolin..., waouh this was unexpected after the two previous ones :) freee! it's harsher but I like it I will listen to more of their sounds in case they have more tracks like this. Zenon records, ok, I will explore more in this direction. Loopus, I love how they let the instruments take space and time to play, not only shorts samples.. Just listened to some tracks (including Motherfuncked). I will listen to more. Thank you!
  9. Hello everyone, Hope your doing well, at home or at work for those who need it. I've been wondering for a while what a psy track with jazz influences/elements would look like. I mean... I don't know exactly what I mean... but I do imagin some psy tune (any genre, up or downtempo) with let's say "traditional" instruments samples (sax, bass, ...) OR digital melodies but with groove, mastery and fever. Today I came across Dr Strangefunk and this has kind of revived my curiosity. In fact, sometimes when I listen to jazz I miss all the strong beats and powerful bass and all the weird sounds of psy music. And when listening to psytrance I sometimes miss the mastery, the inspiration and well the "theoretical skills" of jazzmen. Don't know if this makes sense. Or if I am clear In case it does, do you guys have some artist/track/label/... in mind?
  10. Listened to Nystagmus this morning. Good and surpising stuff! Like how they sound. Btw, the "Tommy is dead" track reminds me this "Mr Whobble Nightmare" (even if it is not psytrance and, sorry, off topic) : Ahah not for your ex-gf ears
  11. Wabax

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  12. Psykowsky sounds new/different/... like out of the borders to my ears. Kashyyyk also in a way. More projects like this? I mean no psykowsky-like but rather "radically" different from what is commonly heard (and appreciated for that matter)?
  13. Hi there I understand your feelings regarding the forum and the decrease of contributions. I am quite new here on psynews and this last year I became very assiduous, consulting the forum, your reviews, your 20XX tops, ... to explore every day deeper the wonderful world of good electronic psy music thank you! All that to say if you think psynews is dying, well, it is not yet. It still has the power to trigger passion and enthousiasm. Maybe it just need a kick in the butt to be more dynamic, but the machine works. No solution in my post, I agree, just a different sight, and a strong support from a newcomer! I am sure there are plenty!
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