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  1. It's been six years since the demiurgic duo of shamans, better known as Shamanizm Parallelii introduced their creative work on our label with Psychedelic Dreams album. In the meantime they released two more full-lenght albums with Neogoa and Ae Records (The World In A Drop Of Rain in 2014. and Tales From Colored Tepee in 2016.) and gained attention within psychill circles and community. Now in 2018. they're back with 11 freshly crafted tracks on their 6th studio album - Blue Lizard. Music of Pavel and Arkadii is distinct, but yet very challenging to define with one word, especially on Blue Lizard where they improved their own game of pushing it into the unknown. Sometimes it's oozing with joyful psyrock riffs and late '60s nostalgia, sometimes it explores strange sounds and serves as a soundtrack to deep and immense space. But most of the time it's colorful and trippy downtempo music with a lot of heart and passion. Available in all digital formats here: https://neogoarecords.bandcamp.com/album/blue-lizard Tracklist: 01 - The Blue Lizard 02 - Coyote 03 - Vibrations Of Transformed Consciousness 04 - The Last Trip Of The Ashes Down The Ganges 05 - Apocalypse On Time 06 - In Search Of No Name Captain 07 - Trip Zone 08 - The Mechanical Side Of Time 09 - Dogs, Ghosts And Lots Of Curry 10 - Radio Asia 11 - The White Shaman All tracks written and produced by: Pavel Yashan (vocals, guitars and lyrics) and Arkadii Tronets (synths, drums, mixing and mastering). Album artwork design by Arkadii Tronets with additional editing by Richpa at Neogoa Design. YouTube album samples: SoundCloud album samples: Get in touch with Neogoa Records: Official Website - http://www.neogoa.net Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/neogoarecords Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/neogoarecords Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/neogoarecords Google Plus - http://www.google.com/+neogoarecords SoundCloud - http://www.soundcloud.com/neogoarecords Merch available at official Bandcamp page: http://neogoarecords.bandcamp.com/
  2. tsotsi

    Nibana - Earth From Above

    Artist: Nibana Title: Earth From Above Label: Self-released Release date: June 1st, 2018 Its hard to want to compliment this album. On hand it deserves all the praise that it deserves, Every moment is filled with emotion that takes you on a journey from start to finish. On the other hand, I find it awkward to praise something that comes from a place of loss and pain. But on listen after listen I find the album to have less to do with pain and more to do with the beauty of life. Kevin has shared his recent journey with his late father to the world and it feels strange for me to give it the glowing review I think it deserves. Maybe I’m overthinking it. So less thinking more typing. Mind in a shell: A beautiful track with fat synths that fill every inch of every space in the room. The talking at the start is completely well placed, a theme we are gonna discover throughout the album. Earth From Above: Another powerful composition that brought me to the brink of tears. Emotions I haven’t thought to seek out from music flood through me as the journey continues up and up. The intensity builds and builds, it just won't stop. Perfect When Comes the Pain: 'Oh shit it's gonna be a sad track'. No, nothing but, nothing but beauty from start to finish. Moonset: Another emotion laden track, slightly more reserved than the others but executed just as well. A Dive into Ether: An intense intro leads us to a more intense track which I never want to end. The 4:40 break is simply too good to describe... Alright I'll try. Ethereal, enigmatic, deep AND not actually a break, just a great, lovely outro. Gods From The Machine: Hot damn can he give me at least one thing to criticise? Nope, not gonna happen, I'd call this a favourite but every track here is. A little faster and more optimistic than the rest of the album, another beauty. Legacy (With Suduaya): Oh shit, he had to go bring Sudu onto a track and it works like a charm. More optimistic still and more covered with beautiful beautiful human emotions. Thus we leave (Ft. Isabella Fabric): Nibana and Isabella prove that through the pain of losing someone close to you, comes a beauty that is a life lived. A life of experiences, connections, creations and belonging. The track itself is my favourite on the album. From where it starts to where it finishes, just wowie. Give me a live band performance please. I maintain the Ancient Greek outlook on death, that dying well is just another aspect to living the good life and a noble thing to be able to achieve. That being said I’ve never lost a loved one to sickness and until this album haven’t been able to picture myself in that situation. Kevin has granted me access into that world and shown me a a range of emotions that I have not been privy to until now. Interesting enough the album takes a more upbeat angle towards the end. Nibana's musical diversity is pretty outstanding and now I can add to that, in that he has a remarkable ability to portray emotion through music. I love every piece of dubby, psybient art that Nibana gives us, but I love this album the most. Big thanks to Kevin for releasing this. https://nibana.bandcamp.com/album/earth-from-above
  3. Hasheeshian

    Some light techno / dub

    Having a blast working in lower tempos, new sounds and emotions. This was made as a friday morning jam, bathing in the early rays of sun Made another one this morning, I'm feeling inspired now that spring finally has come to Sweden After many months of snow and freezing temperatures it has now been really nice for around two weeks! Feedback is always welcome, especially on the mixing.
  4. Progressive Anarchists

    Progressive Anarchists - Iron Golem

    Trying to combine old schoool goa trance with dubstep and to play bass using an incredible effect chain:
  5. Trance2MoveU

    Maiia - Shining Dragon

    Artist: Maiia Title: Shining Dragon Label: Mystic Sound Records Date: March, 2017 1. Tale About the Shining Dragon 2. Princess From the North 3. Natural Energy (Album Mix) 4. Maiia303 - Electric Particles (Maiia GoaChill Remix) 5. Microcosmos (Instrumental Mix) 6. Fusion Age (Album Mix) 7. Eastern Saloon 8. Strawberry Lassy (Album Mix) 9. The Great Bear (Album Mix) 10. Kurbeats - Phony Phony (Maiia Remix) Yes, very interesting. This is Alla Vagner who should be familiar to all who frequent this forum based on her 2014 release Sky In Diamonds on Ovnimoon Records. It was a pleasant surprise and a breath of fresh air to hear the organic sound melded with goa trance. Sure it 's been done before, but man did she do it well. She gets right after it with the goa tinged breakbeat track Tale About the Shining Dragon and Natural Energy. I believe that she is the female equivalent to Hardfloor. Funky breakbeats layered with that saucy 303 riding shotgun. It's truly body moving music with eerie tones layered over top. Mysterious at times, but always engaging with plenty of tribal affects. Check out Strawberry Lassy...lots of Shponglese going on there. She keeps the tracks relatively short for maximum freshness. While not as eye opening as Diamonds, it nonetheless doesn't fail to impress. Mystic Sound Records Bandcamp
  6. Golden Bass Music Festival

    Golden Bass Music Festival

    Featuring some of NZ's best underground music producers redefining electronica with a uniquely Kiwi sound. Golden Bass brings you two cranking zones with Producers, DJs and Live Bands. Expect to hear a broad spectrum of musical styles - Dub, Reggae, Roots, Hip Hop, Glitch, Dub Step, DnB, Liquid, Mid Tempo, house, Deep House, Soul, Funk, Psychedelic Rock, Techno, Prog, Psy Trance alongside performance, shops and workshops. Enjoy a weekend camping in an idyllic, new location nestled between the bush clad hills of the Kahurangi National Park, yet only 15 mins drive to Takaka township. Shady forest glade camping areas beside the beautiful Waingaro River open up to a large, lush, grassy field, secluded terraces and even a classic Kiwi bush hut beside an emerald green swimming hole.... the Hidden Waters. Grouch, State of Mind, Subconscious, Eartheogen, Totara Collective, Warp, Grouch n Dub, Bloop, ISM, Soulware, Soul Kitchen, Deep South Audio, Obay, Hypnotoad, Luccid, Erinsphere, Sid Berry, Joshua Tree, Zoolz M Phonik, Night Owl, Yung Rinse, Divas on Decks, Loose Connexions, Bushman Pete, Earl Grey. Visit http://www.goldenbassmusicfestival.nz
  7. Trance2MoveU

    Downhill - Silent City

    Artist: Downhill Title: Silent City Label: Gravity Plus Records Date: 2003 1. Three Years Drought 2. Perfect Man 3. Ed Lab 4. Ground Effects 5. Final Miles 6. Silent City 7. 33 Degrees 8. Weaken Memories 9. Perfect Man (Human) 10. Silent City (Soundtrack) The Delta + Midi Miliz = Awwww....Yeah. This hit me just right. Post dinner with a full belly. Do you like the raw quality of the Delta? Love an industrial, dirty sound? All while...chilling? Then this is the album for you. Tracks like Ed Lab have a funky cool breakbeat and that eerie feel permeates the entire album. It's like I'm tooling around Gotham after I stole Batman's whip. The cover is the color of overcast skies with the dreary melancholy to match. A cold, electronic ride that invites further listens. The melodies and percussion come together to provide a super listening experience. Dig on this.
  8. Trance2MoveU

    Saluberrimae - Time Is A Flat Circle

    Artist: Saluberrimae Title: Time Is A Flat Circle Label: Neogoa Records Date: March, 2017 01 - Trapped Inside (95 BPM) 02 - Jesenné Prebúdzanie Do Letného Rána (80 BPM) 03 - Jennifer Connelly (80 BPM) 04 - Time Is A Flat Circle (70 BPM) 05 - Loophole (70 BPM) 06 - The Abyss (95 BPM) 07 - Čiernobiela (70 BPM) 08 - Frozen (110 BPM) 09 - Večerná Ciga Na Balkóne (80 BPM) 10 - Gestonkenflapped (70/140 BPM) "I had a dream last night when I woke up, I remembered it but...just a moment ago...huh. It's gone" The downtempo/psychill side project of Lukáš Bartošek (Goatree) is a nice mix of dub, chill, and ethnic music with real instruments. There is so much to unpack here with a bunch of great ideas. A lot of the tracks have a repetitive phrase which brings a sci-fi feel as if big brother is watching. Very mechanical and sets the stage well. The title track is a pensive thinker that exhibits a slow, hypnotic burn. Loophole has a slow awakening like a beast being preparing for a strike. Čiernobiela has a post apocalyptic feel with a ponderous hip-hop beat. Reminded me of NIN Reptilian. Frozen turned into an industrial influenced crawl with a very throaty 303. Was that a bit of Southern guitar licks on track 9? Felt like a hot summer day on the Mississippi delta. So what it does, it does well. While I liked the ideas unfortunately a few did not realize their potential. Either there wasn't enough evolution or the great bits didn't last long enough. The jazzy elements in tracks 2 and 3 just weren't for me. It's good music and I like where he's going, but for the above reasons it misses greatness. But just.
  9. Trance2MoveU

    Blue Lunar Monkey - Here & Now

    Artist: Blue Lunar Monkey Title: Here & Now Label: Tycho Records Date: April, 2011 1. Anahatha 2. Oneness 3. Guerreros Arcoirirs (feat. Deva Sofia, Rupesh Anand) 4. Two Vines (Ayahuasca) 5. We are connected (feat. Wendy Stock) 6. Metta 7. You're not alone (feat. Wendy Stock) 8. Dissolution 9. Here and Now (Ethernal rmx) "You see we all know what reality is, but we cannot describe it." Reality is two kids that want your attention 24-7. A Jeep that works when it wants to and a dryer that doesn't. Reality is having me and my daughter puke our guts out and then next night having my wife and son take their turn. When the dryer doesn't work and kids are puking things get real. I could use a little unreality. Now here's one that probably flew under a lot of people's radar. Daniel Gradilla from Mexico has released one of the most relaxing albums I've heard in a while. This is chock full of soft melodies and gentle percussion. Dubby bass and real world instruments are all over this thing while samples speak of the mind and reality. This is sit on the beach and watch the tide roll in type music. It's slow pace and head nodding goodness will give you that Calgon take me away feeling. Most of the tracks are fairly long allowing plenty of new leads and melodies to take shape. The light strum of a guitar and sounds of nature are extremely calming. Recommended. Psyshop Beatspace Goastore Mdk
  10. SoundCloud Previews: http://bit.ly/Sal-SoundCloud Stream album on YouTube in HD: http://bit.ly/Sal-YouTube Support this release on Bandcamp: http://bit.ly/Sal-Bandcamp Download it on Ektoplazm: Coming Soon! Neogoa Records (in collaboration with Ae Records) proudly presents the debut album of Slovak project Saluberrimae - Time Is A Flat Circle. The man behind the project Lukáš Bartošek already released plentiful tracks on Neogoa Records (under his GoaTree project), but now the time has come to introduce his downtempo works under Saluberrimae name. This release comes with 10 previously unreleased tracks in psychill style, but it also explores dub, ethno and even jazz sound and influences, creating it's own interesting story. Tracklist: 01 - Trapped Inside (95 BPM) 02 - Jesenné Prebúdzanie Do Letného Rána (80 BPM) 03 - Jennifer Connelly (80 BPM) 04 - Time Is A Flat Circle (70 BPM) 05 - Loophole (70 BPM) 06 - The Abyss (95 BPM) 07 - Čiernobiela (70 BPM) 08 - Frozen (110 BPM) 09 - Večerná Ciga Na Balkóne (80 BPM) 10 - Gestonkenflapped (70/140 BPM) All tracks written and produced by Lukáš Bartošek http://www.neogoa.net/saluberrimae/ Mastering by Marián Brezovan at Online Mastering Studio http://www.onlinemasteringstudio.eu Artwork design by Kristína Bartošeková More Saluberrimae at: http://www.neogoa.net/saluberrimae/ http://www.facebook.com/goatree.saluberrimae http://soundcloud.com/saluberrimae More Neogoa Records at: Official Website - http://www.neogoa.net Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/neogoarecords Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/neogoarecords YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/c/neogoarecords Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/neogoarecords Google Plus - http://www.google.com/+neogoarecords SoundCloud - http://www.soundcloud.com/neogoarecords More Ae Records at: Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/aehorde Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/aehorde SoundCloud - http://www.soundcloud.com/aehorde YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/user/aehorde Merch available at official Bandcamp page: http://neogoarecords.bandcamp.com/ More free Goa trance and ambient music by Neogoa Records: http://www.ektoplazm.com/label/neogoa SoundCloud preview: https://soundcloud.com/neogoarecords/saluberrimae-time-is-a-flat-circle YouTube album stream in HD:
  11. Trance2MoveU

    2Minds - Anomaly

    Artist: 2Minds Title: Anomaly Label: All Records Date: 2010 1. Eat Dust 2. Anomaly 3. Sun After Clouds 4. Arturia 5. Mind Bender 6. Back In Time 7. 6 Feet Under 8. Before The Digital 9. Muezzin These 2 brothers are of one mind and that mind has a mission to create psychedelic trance soaked in goa elements. Their debut album is a great example with layered tracks that don't hover in one place for long. It's not just full steam ahead and the nuances are quite enjoyable. Their talent for genre mixing is on full-display and I'm impressed with the atmosphere they create. The album is a bit of an uneven effort with some filler near the end, but they show good signs of depth and dynamism with their music. And they got better with their 2nd release Wave Shell. Psyshop Beatspace
  12. Hey guys, thought I'd share my first release "Nonlocality" with all you psy fans! Enjoy the vibes! https://ichomancer.bandcamp.com/releases https://soundcloud.com/ichomancer/sets/nonlocality https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL131QEaElzensntofTnvNMUkudvYgfmYF
  13. Baodub - Pressure Discharge EP by Pistolero Recordings 1.Baodub - Certain Mysteries 2.Baodub - Pressure Discharge 3.Baodub - Unity 4.Baodub - Wicked Way Label: Pistolero Recordings Cat #: PISTOLERO.012 Format: FLAC Released: November 2016 Style: Dub / Psydub Mastering: Merv Pepler (Eat Static) at LabUFO studio Artwork: Katarina Majic aka Wild Bronco “Dubby vibes with psychedelic touch”. released November 19, 2016
  14. Trance2MoveU

    Phobium & Phobosphere - Cubes Combined

    Artist: Phobium & Phobosphere Title: Cubes Combined Label: Self Released Date: April, 2012 01 - Phobium - Sitte Ute (Album Edit) (100 BPM) 02 - Phobosphere - Arpochi (Album Edit) (67 BPM) 03 - HPC - Dissociate (Phobosphere Remix) (50 BPM) 04 - Phobium - Another Orbit Around The Sun (120 BPM) 05 - Phobium - No Longer Current (Album Edit) (90 BPM) 06 - Phobosphere - Hello Czechia (70.6 BPM) 07 - Phobium - Wait For It (119 BPM) 08 - Phobium - The Bird, The Bus And Renoise.exe (100 BPM) 09 - Phobosphere & Phobium - That Side & This Side (60/120 BPM) 10 - Phobium & Phobosphere - Space Flight Satellite (Album Edit) (100 BPM) 11 - Xerxes - Phurther (Phobium Remix) (60/80 BPM) 12 - Phobosphere - Need Help (80 BPM) 13 - Phobium - In The Wake Of Voyager (60 BPM) Norwegian producer Henning H. Ottesen offers up a compendium of previously released tracks, remixes, and special album edits. His last album Time Is Now was pretty damn good so like a good psy and ambient listener I like to check in with Ektoplazm from time to time. With this release (under two project names) he's all over the downtempo and chill map. The music is smooth and relaxing (loved Another Orbit Around The Sun) with plenty of detail to keep your attention. Don't believe me? Homie made a track with a bpm of 70.6! Precision. He picks up the pace at times with breakbeat tracks like the shimmering Wait For It which then becomes a pretty formidable goa track. The tracks are short for the most part, but far from snacks. I didn't find one track that I didn't enjoy and the last half of the album I'd say is a slow drift through the silence of space. Well worth a listen. Free at Ektoplazm
  15. Sourcerer Rhombus

    HuuHaa (GreenTree Records, Finland)

    Free believers all over the world, don't guess, know it! Break your bubble and connect with the universal source of life. HuuHaa challenges you to use critical thinking, question everything and reveal the final truth. This is not the end, this is the beginning! https://soundcloud.com/huuhaa https://www.facebook.com/HuuHaaMusic/ http://www.ektoplazm.com/label/full-sound
  16. Orchid-Star's Pete Ardron has come together with singer, snake and fire dancer and Kundalini instructor Kwali Kumara to produce an album which wears 2 hats equally comfortably. Each track is built round an 11 minute repeated mantra delivered in such a way that they can be used easily in a Kundalini meditation context but put aside whatever preconceptions that might give you - anybody familiar with Pete's other work will see the same ecstatic blend of psychedelic, world and classical, electronic and acoustic, in these six beautiful, intense musical journeys - this is most definitely also music for the listener (and dancer!) - psy-chill, dub, liquid drum & bass, progressive and other grooves wrapped in orchestral layers and sprinkled with Indian and Celtic colours. The CD also includes a 12-page booklet featuring the exquisite artwork of Pashet, the mantras with translations and explanatory text from Kwali. Available now on CD - www.pinkhampster.com/html/artistpage.php?artist=Kwali_Kumara_and_Pete_Ardron and digitally from - https://peteardron.bandcamp.com/album/exalted - includes PDF booklet Available digitally on iTunes, Amazon, Google etc. (but not Spotify, Deezer and Rdio) within the next few days. Available on CD from online/real shops globally (through Arabesque Distribution) from Jan 15th
  17. Bill

    Master Margherita - Afro Dots

    Master Margherita Afro Dots Blue Hour Sounds Tracklist: 1. Master Margherita & The Positronics - Frogs Dub 2. Master Margherita & The Positronics - Gaia Dub (Protogenos Mix) 3. [De]composer - Etude Simple II "Aleksej" (Master Margherita Remix) 4. Kliment - 3db (Master Margherita Remix) 5. Master Margherita - Sync Mode (Midi Mix) 6. Master Margherita - Strobe 7. Master Margherita, Mr Pink, Elvis Lobo - Bump Ride (Blue Hour Mix) 8. Master Margherita - For Aldo (Hanfstengel Remix) 9. Master Margherita & Ermetico - Freude 10. Master Margherita & Ermetico - Sei Otto (Original Mix) 11. Master Margherita & Ermetico - Campana 12. Master Margherita & Ermetico - Capodanno 13. Master Margherita & The Positronics - Santana Dub 14. Master Margherita - Blue Energy Part 1 15. Master Margherita - Blue Energy Part 2 16. Master Margherita - Rototom (Skin Mix) 17. Master Margherita - Tyrel Dub (Belgaroth Mix) 18. Grouch - Indifference (Master Margherita Remix) 19. Master Margherita - Spirit Dub (Ghost Mix) 20. Master Margherita & The Positronics - Scrumptious (Shorcake Mix) 21. Master Margherita & Ermetico - Sei Otto (Hibernation remix) 22. Master Margherita - Blue Fish (Sunrise Mix) Afro Dots is a very ambitious album - twenty-two tracks long with a meandering spirit that crosses several different styles of mid-tempo and down tempo styles before its journey is over. Naturally, with so many tracks in the offering, there is a lot of throw-away material here, approximately half of the tracks by my estimation. These filler tracks are mostly droning, experimental, uninteresting bridges to the album's better and more memorable moments. What is contained in those memorable moments is an album almost split into thirds - one-third techno, one-third down tempo, one-third dub. In fact, for an album mostly marketed as down tempo the first third of the album - and the first third of great music - is techno masquerading as down tempo. Some of it is dirty ("Sync Mode (Midi Mix)"), some of it is dark and rhythmic (the remix of Kliment's "3db") and some of it is pure beauty where well-known classical is married creatively to some dance-friendly techno (the remix of [De]composer - Etude Simple II "Aleksej" - one of the best on the album.) "Bump Ride," another mid-tempo gem, encapsulates Master Margherita's nice progressive psy flavors. The acoustic guitar and didgeridoo performance from Mr. Pink and Elvis Lobo, however, are the gems of this one. The sum of its awesome work speaks more to Margherita's overall vision for good and groovy music rather his ability to do it alone. Nice collaboration on this one. The invigorating hand-drumming and riotously infectious guitar strings of "Freude," co-produced with Ermetico, ushers in the fine down tempo moments of Afro Dots, with another equally effective moment in the same style cropping up at the end of the album playlist on the heavenly bliss of "Sei Otto (Hibernation Remix)." The dub segment of this album shows Master Margherita saving the best for last. Here the slow-rolling head-bobbing excellence of his dub style offers up gems on "Tyrel Dub (Belgaroth Mix)," an excellent remix of Grouch's "Indifference," a dark yet magical number filled with addictive female spoken word on "Spirit Dub (Ghost Mix)" and a co-produced beauty made with The Positronics on the delicious "Scrumptious (Shorcake Mix)." Afro Dots is a pretty long album and for half of its time it is not particularly interesting. However, with a little bit of careful editing, what is left is half an album of eleven stylistically varied and very well executed musical ideas. It is a gorgeous marriage between some great synthetic beats and some even better live instrumentation. It may be only half a great album, but what a great half that turns out to be. Bandcamp
  18. Trance2MoveU

    Ascent & Argus - Four Oak Trees EP

    Artist: Ascent & Argus Title: Four Oak Trees EP Label: Ovnimoon Records Date: May, 2013 1. Memories 2. Four Oak Trees 3. Over Mountain 4. Fairy Tale 5. Deep In Forest 6. Rising Sun "Where am I, what is this place?" Paradise my brother. Now get back to work, I hired you to clean the pool not lounge in it! These two brothers have produced some smooth music in previous efforts like The Perfect Element EP and their album Beyond Sight. This 6-track ep sees them up to their old tricks dropping some highly emotional downtempo gems. Haunting melodies abound and an atmosphere that floats from tribal to goa. Never in a hurry they use long breaks that help tell the story employing foreign tongues and exotic whispers. Favorite? Feel the heat as the sun bakes the sands in the lush downtempo goa track Rising Sun. If you love lush, melodic chill with an Asian vibe then do not hesitate to buy this. Ovnimoon Bandcamp Psyshop
  19. Check out our EP Deconstructing the machine available for Free on our website. Thanks Everyone hope you enjoy it..... http://renegadesofbass.com/album/330880/deconstructing-the-machine?autostart=true
  20. My most recent track
  21. Mystic Sound Records and Chronos are happy to present the third and final part of the trilogy dedicated to the 10-year anniversary of the project, Chronos – Animo. Download for free (Bandcamp) Download for free (Ektoplazm) Tracklist: 01. Chronos – Lighthouse 02. Chronos – Broken Song (Acidkit Remix) 03. Chronos – Red Planet (Unusual Cosmic Process Remix) 04. Chronos – Space Cake (Vermel Live Version) 05. Chronos – Sacral Meetings (Midnight Storm Edit) 06. Chronos – Sequenced Engine (Progressive Mix) 07. Chronos – Skypath (Ethnic Mix) 08. Chronos – Deep Unity (Fire Mix) 09. Chronos vs. Acidkit – Dub Cup 10. Chronos – Gagarin 11. Chronos – Time Keeper 12. Chronos – Quid Est Veritas Release info: Chronos – Animo is a dozen of excellent tracks which were released through the whole lifetime of the project on different compilations, they are remastered to a high quality by Manifold Studio specially for this album. There is also a new version of the Space Cake track that was born during Chronos participations at Mystic Sound Records label parties in Moscow. Feel the amazing downtempo fusion from the master of genre, an incredible mix of Psybient, PsyChill and PsyDub. Enjoy this wonderful gift from Mystic Sound Records and Chronos! The album is available for free download with “name your price” option on Mystic Sound Records page at Bandcamp.
  22. Trance2MoveU

    Cell - Phonic Peace

    Artist: Cell Title: Phonic Peace Label: Indica Music Date: May, 2005 1. Sensitive garden 2. Mister Ayatih 3. Zaz 4. Magic karma 5. Soon 6. Lord of silk 7. White call 8. Phonic peace for Tibet 9. Orange I'm absolutely stunned that this has never received a proper review on this forum. After all this was our introduction to Alex Sheffer and his mixture of downtempo and old world goa spirituality. Well, he made some great compilation tracks, but this was his long awaited debut. Long pads and foreign language chants that scream blazing sunshine and mystery. Ethnic instruments like tablas and the hammered dulcimer transport you to dangerous lands and ancient cultures and trying foods you have never heard of. Like Walter Mitty said, it's why the airfare to Kabul is only 64 bucks. The Indian vibe is ever present as the trail leads across the mammoth mountains of Nepal and Kashmir. If you enjoy that type of downtempo sound then this is for you. This is one of those albums that is very relaxing and left me with an inner peace. Unfortunately it's no longer in print. You could always go the Discogs route, but voluntarily submitting to a endoscopy with a rusty knife probably wouldn't leave you with a good feeling. Mdk
  23. Trance2MoveU

    VA - Cosmik Chill Orange

    Artist: Various Title: Cosmik Chill Orange Label: Electrik Dream Records Date: June, 2007 1. Xerxes feat. Aleah - Inhale 2. Scann-Tec - Hope 3. Flooting Grooves - Immersion 4. Kliment - Fairdreamers 5. Moravec - Kiwimango 6. Aes Dana - Liquid Hertz 7. Chilled C'Quence & Taj Mahal - Power of Plants 8. Luna Spice - Schamanic (Long Version) "Most civilized people are out of touch with reality." I'll stop the world and melt with you... This is the middle child in the Cosmik Chill series, but you won't find any Jan Brady angst here. This is what all middle children should aspire to be. And it didn't even take a football to the nose. Like the sandman above the smooth downtempo sounds will melt you away. A good mixture of established artists and newcomers the layers are plenty where each track immerses the listener in an intense atmospheric cloud. The beats range from slow to breakbeat with dubby bass riding shotgun. There were quite a few of the midtempo tracks which I guess you could call progressive. Very good stuff! The last track is a long one and to be honest I could've done without it. Waaaay too much talking. Long version? That's an understatement.
  24. It's 20 years since the release of our spaced out trance/house single 'Nemesis', which led on to a series of albums and singles until 2001. This DVD is to mark the anniversary of that first record and comprises 2 hours of tripped out visuals set to 19 chilled out psychedelic tracks that cross-over from ambient into dub and laid-back trance. There's also a whole stack of special features including an interview with writer and director of the film, Luke Eastwood. More info at http://www.childrenofdub.com, it's also on Amazon from August.
  25. Suns Of Arqa All Is Not Lost, But Where Is It? Liquid Sound Design Tracklist: 1. Mother Tongue 2. Sadrayama 3. Erasmus Dub 4. The Fool Ascends 5. Discordant Dawn 6. The Truth Lies Therein 7. Pablo's Lament Suns of Arqa (Michael Wadada) have been around for a very, very long time. Since the 1970s, in fact, and the goal of the music is a fusion between world beat, dub, electronic and just about everything in between to create sounds that are trippy, cerebral and experimental. All Is Not Lost, But Where Is It? is an album title dripping with Shpongle-isms. It makes sense because in the tradition of Suns of Arqa hundreds of guest musicians have been invited in to take part in these weird compositions over the past decades. This time around the legend Raja Ram makes many a contribution (as does The Orb and Youth). The result of the album, from old-schoolers like Wadada and Raja and The Orb, is very much an old-school chill and dub album. Old-school in flavor, definitely, but also a trip back to the beginnings of electronic psychedelic music where the definition of the sound was not clearly defined, where deeply interesting albums such as this were the norm and experimenting to see where something new like goa and psytrance were going were readily accepted. Where is goa and psytrance going? No one knows so why not fuck with it and see where it all leads, the mindset back then seemed to be. All Is Not Lost, But Where Is It? is an album lost in time, perhaps. We know now where goa and psytrance have gone, we know now what they mean and how they are defined. In part, the album does not work because in the here and now it does not go far enough to lend any additional meanings to any established definitions. That's not to say this is a bad album. It is a good one, it is sometimes wildly intriguing and I'll be the first to say that my heart is warmed every single time I hear Raja Ram's flute come through the deep and hazy dub. Sometimes these compositions work and sometimes they just do not seem to go anywhere at all, like it's just a jam session between old friends who are still in the planning stages of what these tracks will eventually sound like. If All Is Not Lost, But Where Is It? were more cerebral, it would be a better album. But this may be twenty years beyond its time. It's a pleasant album, it's an interesting album but it is not a wildly fascinating album. The best track here is "Pablo's Lament," a fine encore, where the musicianship comes together in a celebration of sound. It is also a track where the experimentation on the rest of the album does not make an appearance. Suns of Arqa
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