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  1. Trying to combine old schoool goa trance with dubstep and to play bass using an incredible effect chain:
  2. 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
  3. Artist: Infected Mushroom Title: Army of Mushrooms Label: Dim Mak Records Date: May, 2012 1. Never Mind 2. Nothing to say 3. Send me an angel 4. U R so fucked 5. The Rat 6. Nation of wusses 7. Wanted To 8. Serve my thirst 9. I Shine 10. Drum N' Bassa 11. The Pretender 12. The Messenger 2012 13. Swingish (Bonus Track) Elder statesmen Infected Mushroom are the Def Leppard of the psytrance genre. Minus the big 80's hair. And probably mother/daughter threesomes, alcoholic binges, and Behind the Music special. For hard rockers Def Leppar
  4. Getting bored with tons of indistinguishable online music services and radio stations which continuously repeat same electronic music tracks all the time? Are you a real fan of electronic music who enjoys clubs playing such genres of electronic dance music like dubstep, trance (goa trance or psychedelic), house music, hardcore or drum and bass? Or do you prefer more quiet and relaxed electronic music like downtempo, psychill, chillstep, trip hop or deep house? Wanna listen not only to the most popular commercial progressive house, trance (goa, psychedelic, melodic, progressive), dubstep and
  5. Artist: Radioactive Sandwich Title: B-Sides Vol. 1 Label: Self Released Date: March, 2012 1. Facebreaker 2. Falling Down 3. Make It Clap 4. Jabberwockey 5. Flying Guillotine 6. Resolution 7. The Wall 8. No Sound 9. Tundra 10. Sun In The Sea "I'm an American...you're a sick asshole!" Take that metric system! When I don't know what to write I go get a sandwich. My favorite is a radioactive one. These two are a better version of the Chemical Brothers. Big beats, moody vocals, and not afraid to use the latest trends in music. This is a collection of stuff
  6. Psystep has lots of flavors, but very few actual tracks. Last year I made Intelligence Quotient, a mix based on IDM and a really strange niche of psystep that highlights really slow and tripped out music. This time it's more chilled out, with the classic psystep elements of Heavy Gravity. Lots of variety and interesting soundscapes, melodies, and textures. This one starts out nice and slow, but picks up quite a bit as it progresses. Enjoy! Ott - Adrift In Hilbert Space [Ottsonic] Chris Komus - Everything Just Started To Go Apart [Enig'matik] Whitebear - Lost in Vibrations (Pt. II) [Mu
  7. "Survival" is Radioactive Sandwich's first release with Tech Safari Records and their first new material in 2014. This EP highlights their signature mix of worldly sounds across different genres, and features remixes from Globular (UK) and Tron Sepia (Canada). Mastering by Polaris. Release date: April 4th. Tracklisting: 1. Ex Nihilo 2. The Storm 3. Icefall 4. Icefall (Globular's Thawing Sunshine Remix) 5. Icefall (Tron Sepia's Tron Sandwich Remix) LISTEN TO PREVIEWS HERE Purchase the EP at these fine establishments: iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/album/icefall…p;ign-mpt=uo%3D4 Juno D
  8. The "Integrity" album is the result of 5 years worth of Mindex' collected works. It consists of parts created in different moments of life, related to various of experiences - meetings and separations, love, friendship, journeys, seasons and deep spiritual practices. The album can be compared with mandala, a kaleidoscopic image where totally different elements are scrupulously assembled into one clear sonic painting. As in all previous releases Mindex demonstrates here how beautiful and delicate electronic and live instruments, futuristic sound designs and jazz could be merged. Deep basses, fl
  9. Hi Folks, here is the new song. Style is electro infused with psytrance, with the usual middle eastern harmonies. https://soundcloud.com/anjin-sun/desertstep If you like it, please follow me on SoundCloud! Thx!
  10. Artist: Zebbler Encanti Experience Title: Psychic Projections Label: Gravitas Recordings Date: December, 2012 01 - Psychic Projections (feat. Dante Bucci) (140 BPM) 02 - Quetzalcoatl (101 BPM) 03 - Totem (140 BPM) 04 - Temple (feat. Jason Hann) (140 BPM) 05 - Data Mind (110 BPM) 06 - Prophetic Interlude (feat. Hannah Thiem) (140 BPM) 07 - Exploding Glowstick (110 BPM) 08 - Quetzalcoatl (Willy Whompa Remix) (150 BPM) 09 - ZEEDM (145 BPM) 10 - Quetzalcoatl (Woulg Remix) (137 BPM) 11 - Profit (140 BPM) 12 - Profit (Ishe Remix) (140 BPM) Don't let this slip by you without giving it a l
  11. Artist: Tron Sepia Title: Weird Fishes & Other Stories Label: Fish N Trips Records Date: October, 2012 1 - Flange (70 BPM) 2 - Factory (70 BPM) 3 - Cuttlefish (65 BPM) 4 - Abyss (70 BPM) 5 - Factory (Video Edit) (70 BPM) 6 - Abyss (VIP) (70 BPM) O Canada...our home and native land. My neighbors to the north have produced quite the varied album here. Downtempo grooves and dubstep rhythms go hand in hand with the smooth female vocals and melodic pads. Delicious slow motion electronic stretching as if I were Neo dodging bullets from the agents. Those bass drops hum and oscil
  12. Artist: PharaOm Title: Shelter 10 Label: Future Disorder Recordings Date: April, 2013 1. Welcome To Shelter 10 2. Inside the Core 3. Meeting Roy and Chip (Interlude) 4. Laser Highways 5. Anti-Gravity Module 6. Biomechanical Civilization 7. The Bucky Biospheres (Interlude) 8. Back To Titan 9. Nanosurgery I love science fiction and fantasy. Movies, books, comics...if that makes me a nerd then so be it. I've made an active effort to stay away from video games because that's a black hole of time into which I would surely plummet. Today things are different. It's not li
  13. I'll start off by warning any potential readers that this rant will probably be very random and convoluted as I've had a few drinks... I fell in love with Goa back when the "new-school Goa" movement was just starting out - Suntrip had released only a few things - A couple of Filteria albums, Khetzal, Ka-Sol, and the compilations Apsara and Twist Dreams. Khetzal's Corrole album was a huge influence on me - I connected with this kind of music more than anything I had heard in my life. Prior to discovering Goa/Psy I was into more "mainstream" trance, like older Paul Van Dyk, Mauro Picotto
  14. Hi, I would summarize my new release with following cloud of tags: chill-out, break-beat, trance, proggy, dubstep, difficult, time consuming, it was worth it, enjoy mix.dj: http://www.mix.dj/mixes/4748210/moonspaBurn_studios_residency mixcloud.com: http://www.mixcloud.com/moonspa/burn-studios-residency/ cheers, mOOnSPa
  15. Artist: Mr. Bill & Freddy Todd Title: Gourmet Everything EP Label: Adapted Records Date: November, 2012 01 - Bloss (129 BPM) 02 - Gourmet Everything (105 BPM) 03 - Bloss (Circuit Bent Remix) (86 BPM) 04 - Gourmet Everything (Tha Fruitbat Remix) (110 BPM) Mr. Bill is known for his glitchy hip-hop beats that usually have a great and funky result. Check out his Suave EP for further music to cruise down the street in your 64. I've never heard of Freddy Todd, but he's from Detroit and that's something. At least they got rid of the dead guy in front of city hall. Sh*t, S
  16. Hi. This time I supposed to summarize "goodies" that made me impressed in 2012 (and wasn't necessarily released within that year). Ouch, did I mentioned I punched even one dub step song inside? mix.dj: http://www.mix.dj/mixes/4745119/moonspaplayground_diaries_podcast_02 mixcloud: http://www.mixcloud.com/moonspa/playground-diaries-podcast-02 Looking forward for your comments, enjoy. Cheers, mOOnSPa
  17. Flow Box delved into his box once more and pulled out four tracks to melt your heart. On his EP “Colors of the Rainbow” he mixes a variety of influences from progressive, trance, minimal, electro and dubstep together. The resulting piece is multifaceted and full of color. The common theme throughout all of the tracks is the dream world. The tracks make you dream, but you can sleep another time. With his minimal samples, Flow Box takes us through lonely desert nights and hunts us mercilessly with drive through the thick fog. “Colors of the Rainbow” is a club sound you can fall into and dri
  18. Liquidseed Recordings is proud present to you a real gem ,the sixth release Atman Construct - Elysian Terraform "...In no fix'd place the happy souls reside. In groves we live, and lie on mossy beds, by crystal streams, that murmur thro' the meads: But pass yon easy hill, and thence descend; The path conducts you to your journey's end.” This said, he led them up the mountain's brow,And shews them all the shining fields below. They wind the hill, and thro' the blissful meadows go. — Virgil, Aeneid (6.641) Atman Construct's debut EP. A trademark blend of unique sound-styles
  19. Damage - God of Terror EP Damage is back with his signature style, this time fusing the old skool and the new skool in his first digital EP influenced by hardcore techno, electro-house, dubstep, old school rave, hip-hop, rock, metal and much more! Get it @ your favorite digital store this Friday, June 1st. God help us! Track List: 1. God of Terror 2. Electrify 3. Cuttin' Wax 4. Fight the Aliens (vs Wired) W&P by Deon Baard @ Megadamage Studio, Japan. Mastered by Artifakt @ Timecode Studio, South Africa. Artwork designed by Thomas Ewerhard @ Septagon Studio, Ge
  20. What think you? http://www.arabesque...d=2869&Itemid=1 They've really gotten far from their roots for sure. It doesn't sound half-bad in regards it's unique and their production is top notch, but for the love of god.. vocals. I wonder.
  21. The fusion of psytrance and dubstep is a very rare thing indeed, and it is even more rare to find high quality, proper sounding tracks. In contrast to my last psystep mix: http://www.psynews.o...psybreaks/, this one doesn't have such a goofy vibe, and I actually blend the tracks. It starts very tame; accessible to anyone who likes classic atmospheric dubstep. As the mix evolves, you will experience a deeper, more sinister trip. I'm super proud of this one. Ital Tek - Cyclical [Planet Mu] Coda - Pablo [Wonk#Ay] Gibson - Flooressence [Addictech] Bird of Prey - Stargazer [Cyberset]
  22. Archnemesis + Govinda + Outlet Mr. Bugsly has been listening to YOU! We've handpicked three of the freshest acts from outside of NYC (with plenty of help from our fanbase) for your listening & dancing pleasure! Archnemesis, Govinda, & Outlet are ready to execute a full assault on your eardrums at the always bumping Public Assembly! Let's show them what NYC is all about! Thursday, December 15th, 2011 Public Assembly - 70 N 6th St. - Brooklyn, NY 11211 18+ Doors: 8:00 / Music: 9:00 Tickets - $10.00 - $15.00 (21+) & $15.00 - $20.00 (-21) http:/
  23. Horizon Wireless - FiKus - Laser Sex - Business Casual Disco Mr. Bugsly and Lost in Sound have hand crafted this stellar event for you to decompress at after your Phishing trip! Join us at the Delancey on Friday, December 30th as Horizon Wireless and FiKus gear up for an epic late night throw down with support from Laser Sex and Business Casual Disco. Friday, December 30th, 2011 The Delancey - 168 Delancey St New York, 10002 21+ Doors: 11:30 / Music: 12:00 $10 Horizon Wireless www.soundcloud.com/horizonwireless DJ/Producer Harrison Waxenber
  24. Alien Nation is New Zealand's longest running Outdoor Dance Party, and we are proud to announce our 10yr Anniversary with another Epic Doof in the impressive Top of the South Island, in New Zealand. The 2nd weekend in February 2012, brings four days and three nights of the freshest Underground Electronic Experience in the sensational Wangapeka Valley – approximately 71kms west of Nelson. Stompin’ hard from dusk, Friday 10th to Monday 13th February 2012. Celebrating the eternal beat with a solid 20K Sound Rig, Alien Nation is a unique festival that opens new dimensions of
  25. Tipper - BioDiesel - Binary Bits ::Attention Philadelphia:: Put down your cheesesteaks and find the nearest chair because Mr. Bugsly is about to knock you down with this HUGE announcement! Tipper + BioDiesel + Binary Bits are coming to town on Wednesday Dec. 7th, and trust us...it's going to be SERIOUS! Wednesday, December 7th, 2011 The Blockley - 3801 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19104 18+ Doors: 8:00 / Music: 9:00 Tickets - $10.00 - $15.00 http://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/74453 Tipper www.tippermusic.net/ T
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