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  1. ...This time Amanita Muscaria & Tricky meet Lunar Sunrise... https://www.facebook.com/events/120510331678711/ LIVE: BLUE PLANET CORPORATION (FR, Flying Rhino Recs, DAT Recs) Gabriel Masurel will perform a 2 hours set from the golden 90's period. https://www.youtube.com/embed/JVDL0oZk2hE COSMOSIS (UK, Transient Recs, Holophonic Recs) Bill Halsey will perform a 2 hours 'Killer oldschool live act' Think..Cosmology https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=spspwURI7Gg CROSSING MIND (FR, Suntrip Recs, DAT Recs) Stéphane Bèze will bring a 2 hours live performance that will blow your mind. https://www.youtube.com/embed/nOEEqf4eBwQ DJ: Anoebis (BE, Suntrip Records) https://soundcloud.com/anoebis https://www.facebook.com/Anoebis-202926626775/ Bandagor (BE, Amanita Muscaria, Goa Madness Records) https://soundcloud.com/jelle-de-coene https://www.facebook.com/bandagor/?fref=ts Sjama'Dan (BE, Amanita Muscaria) https://soundcloud.com/daniel-de-keulenaer https://www.facebook.com/Sjamadan-774095952684645/?fref=ts Gnome (BE, Amanita Muscaria) https://soundcloud.com/gnome3 https://www.facebook.com/Gnome-552386104870537/?fref=ts DECORATIONS: Dreamcatcher'T https://www.facebook.com/DreamcatcherT-269393619846431/?fref=ts TICKETS: https://shop.ikbenaanwezig.nl/tickets/event/sacraments-of-light HAPPY HOUR: People who arrive between 21h and 22h will get a FREE drink card, worth 2 consumptions!!!!! MARKET AREA: Suntrip Records & oldschool goatrance CD shop Please inform for your market at AM & Tricky meet LS at AM604@GMX.COM SOUND BY: Funktion-One powered by soundsystem.be http://www.soundsystem.be/
  2. Post your favorite videos of Goa trance parties Mine is this one at the moment ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=gJwYb9C-Bfc what energy.. gonna plan a trip to fractal gate if this is what the dance-floor is like .. Just fucking awesome
  3. VA - Floating Between The Moon & The Sun Goa Madness Records Tracklist: 1. Proxeeus - Ramayana (Original Mix) 2. M-Run - Sons Of The Temple 3. Artifact303 - In Your Mind (Nova Fractal Remix) 4. Trinodia - Distilled Illusions (2014 Edit) 5. GoaTree - Syslit Joint 6. Ephedra & Imba - Cosmic Harmony 7. JIS - Zero Gravity 8. Crossing Mind - Iridium Zone (2014) A pretty good compilation featuring a star-studded cast of who's who in today's goa world. It's almost a compilation of thirds - a third of these numbers are beautiful and warm, a third are groovy and off-beat, a third (obviously, one overlap so that the math works) are intense and true goa madness. Of the finest, I'll go with Ephedra & Imba's pairing on "Cosmic Harmony," a beauty of morning goa that offers up some unquestionably good keyboard melodies underneath the pumping, but tastefully measured, energy and effects. Perhaps a bit on the repetitive side as it gets deeper into its 10-minute run time, it will depend on how much you enjoy this one as to whether that repetition will become hypnotic. I happen to be entranced by it. As near as I can tell Crossing Mind's "Iridium Zone" is previously unreleased and it ranks as one of the better moments here. From the moment the momentum begins to slowly build, just a little under a minute in, there's no question this is a Crossing Mind track. The Frenchman has a very distinct flavor in his frequencies and this one has his signature sound all over it. I, personally, adore that style, his morning-time grooves in this one are excellent and it serves as a very tasteful conclusion to the collection. Proxeeus' subdued but charming "Ramayana" is a very good opener but, alas, there is just a little bit of magic missing that prevents it from being a truly great one. M-Run tap into some delightfully odd grooves with "Sons Of The Temple," a track that seemed to work better the second time around than it had on the first go. GoaTree's "Syslit Joint" is half dirty funk and half go-for-it goa madness, a real good package of sound. My least favorite here would be JIS on "Zero Gravity." The synth work is tuned to sound like it was lifted from an 80s rock band, so much that at any second it feels like "The Final Countdown" may creep into the melodies. Nova Fractal and Trinodia are bombastic and intense on their offerings, an overwhelming showcase of full-bodied goa performance, high-flying effects and euphoric levels that keep rising and aiming for the stars. Nova Fractal tackles a remix of Artifact303's "In Your Mind" with crazy good results. Trinodia is simply not fucking around on "Distilled Illusions," he does everything great that is expected when one hears his name, he packs in a ton of sound into a tight space and makes sure all of the levels have enough space to breath. This one is intense and overwhelming in the finest ways possible and when he shoots you out to the stars with his insane levels of effects it never becomes a nose-bleed affair, nothing that ever makes you feel beat up afterward, but instead makes you feel delirious, exhilarated, out-of-breath with the goodness of the journey. And that melody, so sweet but oh-so fucking tough... great track! "Floating Between The Moon & The Sun" is a bit of misnomer, perhaps, as this one is more on the energetic side, a bit more of flying at various speeds through the black matter of space, really. Still, it is a good collection, not groundbreaking stuff at all, but just about what you should expect by taking a quick peek at that very stacked group of producers printed on the tracklisting. http://www.goamadnessrecords.com/releases/
  4. OUT NOW! Goa Madness Records is very proud to present to you their 3rd release: Floating between the moon & the sun! Eight beautiful tracks selected with love & passion by Ephedra & Kuririn! This compilation will take you on a journey from the acidic sounds of nighttime Goatrance to the melodic & trancy vibes for the shiny mornings. It all starts with the French newcomer Proxeeus, who will kick you back in time with some acidic oldskool sounds (remember the golden 90’s?). Next, M-run delivers his typical groovy beats & psycho sounds of which he alone knows the secret and Nova Fractal will smash you into space with his stellar remix of Artifact303: “In your mind”. The compilation then evolves with a very bouncy track from the Swedish master Trinodia followed by Goatree who brings a very melodic & acidic track with a Psytrance edge. Ephedra & Imba strike back with a pure morning track coming from the deep cosmos while JIS brings you a very melodic & trancey piece of art. The compilation ends with a sublime downtempo track from the French producer Crossing Mind! Just listen & let yourself float… between the moon & the sun. Tracklist: 1: Proxeeus - Ramayana (Original mix) 2: M-Run - Sons Of The Temple 3: Artifact303: In Your Mind (Nova Fractal Remix) 4: Trinodia - Distiled Illusions (2014 mix) 5: GoaTree - Syslit Joint 6: Ephedra & Imba - Cosmic Harmony 7: Jis - Zero Gravity 8: Crossing Mind - Iridium Zone (2014) Artwork by: Neogoa Buy physical: beatspace psyshop suntrip goastore Buy digital: beatspace Beatport Juno Preview: Soundcloud Release date: March 2015
  5. Release Info: Label: Underground Alien Factory (UAF) Format: Compilation, 320kbit, WAV, FLAC Genre: Goa Trance, Downtempo Style: Old School Tracks: 10 Playtime: 81:39 min Catalog#: UAFR025 URL: http://www.uafrecords.com Release Date: 17. November 2011. Release notes: Underground Alien Factory Records follows up on the success of Goa Overdose with Goa Overdose 2, compiled by Imba. From the trippy to the twisted, this insanely brilliant release features some of the best Goa trance from across the globe. With driving bass lines, dark pounding beats and melodic synths, this is full Goa trance that will have you dancing until dawn. Tracklist: 01. Crossing Mind - The Last Breath (7:56) 02. Ezcape - Space Flight (6:27) 03. SETI project - Endorphin (8:55) 04. Celestial Intellligence - The Power of Mind (7:54) 05. Lunar Dawn - The Run (8:06) 06. Sinhu - Free Space (7:14) 07. Ephedra - Acid Rain (6:54) 08. BlackStarrFinale - Consequences (9:02) 09. Nolax - Teonanacatl (10:45) 10. Toi Doi - Spiral Dive [2011 remix] (8:29) Credits: Compiled by Imba Mastered by Trogdor The Burninator Coverart by Imba Download release: http://www.ektoplazm.com/2011/goa-overdose-2 Opinions are very welcome. Enjoy! www.uafrecords.com
  6. Like the title says, does anyone know of stuff that is simliar to Crossing Mind, specifically his Inner Shift album? I find myself loving it more and more every time I listen to it, and I need more stuff like it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=51NzrTHPWEI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OhiuTRljeAI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eka_M4DQ7Ls The whole album sort of has a unique sound to it. I haven't heard lots of stuff like it. The only other song that I could find that is remotely similar is MFG's Dark Water, but even then it's only similar near the end of the song. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PbpwFDINYwQ
  7. Just a placeholder for now, without any info nor samples, but knowing Suntrip it's gonna be released in 2-3 months: http://www.arabesque...d=2831&Itemid=1 Somehow I was never a big fan of his 1st album, probably because it all sounded 'samey' and the production was 'weird', slightly dirty and unfinished (although I understand those track were mastered from old recordings). I have to say though, I'm really curious for the new album, as musically the last one was very interesting. Just like any Suntrip release, I will 100% purchase it, so bring it on, guys!
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