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  1. My latest set "Derelict Space Beacon" LSD-25 *visible sound recordings* A spaced out goa trance mindblender. Track after track of psychedelic space voyage! http-~~-//www.youtube.com/watch?v=3w9bTZZGDGg http://soundcloud.com/jasonkillstar/derelict-space-beacon-lsd25 Visit my Facebook Page http://www.facebook....1497883?sk=wall
  2. I just stumbled upon this on bandcamp, released about 2 week ago, and wow, what an EP (and surprise)! Double Dragon - Tunage (rare and unreleased) track list: 1. Shudder 08:33 2. Crunch 07:01 3. Purple Fluffy Thing 09:00 4. Gower 10:24 5. Merge 09:19 Check it out guys!!! https://doubledragon2.bandcamp.com/album/tunage-rare-and-unreleased
  3. Title: Altering the Synaptic Controllers Artist: Ufomatka Label: Sentimony Records Release: 2 January 2018 Tracklist: 1. Multiplexer 2. Alien Controlled Human Exterminator 3. Fornax Cluster 4. Warper-mutator 5. Weird Species Sentimony records really summed this release up better than I ever could. "The release name came from nowhere and the dick knows what it is, but it will all fuck us out Get it now and have fun! " It fucked me out the first time I heard it. It's nice to see Goa artists step outside of the comfort zone of traditional 4 on the floor structures and just let loose with their tools. only 3 songs here are really Goa, the other 2 are more Break Beat, sloa styled fuck knows what (Like the track titles).... But they're interesting to say the least. Oh and quite good. 1. Multiplexer - Our journey begins a pretty radical baseline, simple but radical. The track plods along nicely reaching what we could call some sort of climax around the last act of the song. This EP is clearly gonna get points for standing out from what has been released recently. 2. Alien Controlled Human Exterminator - A bouncier track with analog leads pumping out at us as it goes along. The intensity builds quite nicely as random squelches and sounds keep things interesting. Ufo doesn't over use anything and keeps it fresh. 3. Fornax Cluster - The most melodic of the tracks so far. Funky baselines, pure analog shooting us into the unexplored dimensions of dirty space. What? you thought space was all magical and pretty. Well Ufomatka proves us wrong here. Acid drenched planets wizz by as our spaceship wipes grime from its windows. Beautiful in its own way. 4. Warper-mutator - Our hyperspace intergalactic travels have flown right down. Stuck now in the grease dripping, uninhabited bogs of another world, Ufomatka continues our journey. Very trippy track, the pa rum pa rum rum of the percussion really stands out for me. Analog AF. 5. Weird Species - The strangest of the tracks, about as alien as it can get. I feel myself floating through the final canals of our journey. As soon as it appears as though I might make it through to the other side I end up where I started. Looking at this weird species that managed to find itself here, altering synaptic controllers. Thats it folks. A truly wild and weird ride through Ufomatka's soundscapes. His creativity really stands out here and those of you that love pure rough analog, boy oh boy get a taste of this. While rough around the edges (I believe it was meant to be) you've got something here that really does stand out from what I've heard not only Ufomatka release but other artists in this genre. Keep it up amigo. https://sentimony.bandcamp.com/album/ufomatka-altering-the-synaptic-controllers
  4. Just finished. Musical influence: Juno Reactor, Ozric Tentacles, California Sunshine This is a free soundcloud release yet but maybe we will increase and remaster a few of our most recent songs to release an EP because our album release was more than one year ago now.
  5. Timewarp turns our inner eye towards the within this time for an introspective and consciousness expanding chapter channelled from the creative spirit of Somnesia entitled 'Infinite Mind'. Experience the freshest chapter in the continuing quest to keep the eternal cosmic flame that is the spirit of the true Goa Trance essence alive. This will be his transformative 5th full length album and no doubt is his best work to date. From the first note this music instantly transports you across the universe. Tracklisting 1–Somnesia & Kobaïa_Light Particle_7:50 (Somnesia Remix) 2–Somnesia_Cerebral Land_9:17 3–Somnesia_Anti Gravity_7:42 4–Somnesia & PharaOm_Darkness (Somnesia Remix)_8:53 5–Somnesia_Endorphin Memory_9:11 6–Somnesia_Moment Of Essence_8:24 7–SomnesiaInfinite Mind_10:02 8–Asura Vs Aes Dana_Elie (Somnesia Remix)_9:14 9–Somnesia_Lepidoptera_9:20
  6. hello friends new Digital EP Sarolta Monspart - Mother Superior Earth (Sweden) with his very unique style of music and sound out now include 3 tracks from the good old happy 90's Sarolta Monspart - Mother-Superior-Earth (97) Sarolta Monspart - Slowdown Action (96) Sarolta Monspart - Northern Lights (97) support our label and grab a copy of it or beatport:: https://www.beatport.com/release/mother-superior-earth/2209471 hope you guys like it enjoy
  7. Hi ! Can someone ID this track pleaaaaaase cheers
  8. Anybody know what the first song is? The one that starts at the beginning right before Doof - Let's Turn On ?
  9. First release from the new founded label moontrip records. Luna Nova, or new moon, predisposes us for a dark approach as the inspiring beautiful cover art, expressing effectively the mystic essence of psychedelic trance. ------------------------------------------------- The first track starts dark and monotonous, with a midtempo rhythm, simple but effective. An indian like melody gets in, in a dark perspective. It continues in this way with ethereal effects coming in and out. It reminds me a bit of Twin Sharkfins mixture of hindu spirit in compositions along with a spacey perspective. Great track, midtempo but effective, makes you get in it, very psychedelic. Second track. Starts with celestial atmospheres, making it sentimental, and that's its direction, melodies and lines in trance style with a nostalgic sound. The atmosphere is wonderfull, great lines and buildings. At the final part, a melody gets in which sounds energetic in the beginning but has also some nitzhogoa influences, good and interesting along with other lines chord. The track closes with a bassline diversity and it's atmosphere. Third track. An simple acid line ends in a massive and deep start. The track continues alike with a mid tempo and with accompanying chords to the main melody theme. In the final part, it gets again and even more massive creating depth, feeling and nrg. Nice track. Although it has an oriental texture a bit too open for my taste, i think it's soberness, keeps it in a goa way. Fourth track. Start with an egyptian atmosphere and weird liquid effects. The rhythmical effects are bit too playful and try to give nrg, but the massive melody and its chord inspire us of nostalgia. Great floating lines and chords of a background melody that gives the feeling to the rest. This synthesis has a rich atmosphere creating depth and floatation. At the final part, after an atmospheric and simple passage, a magic melody sends us out of this world. I only didn't like too much the rhythmical playful effects in the most parts, but i might get used to it. Fifth track opens with a dark enviroment. It starts very good with great lines and sounds, a dark take-off in a midtempo pace. The building creates depth and a interest to follow, but the addition (from 2:07 until 2:34 and main melody 3:16 to 4:25) of this kind of oriental melodies, of a Bollywood style, it's quite foreign for my goa standards and taste, afterwhich a deep rich texture initiate us into mystical paths, a very nice passage leading to the atmospheric end. It is an attemp of the synthesis to mix dark goa with oriental trance. Sixth track, begins with an acid strong line. The track doesn't delay to reveal its essense and classification. It's nitzhonot / oriental trance. It's a wellmade composition for the followers of this style, full of variation, but not for my cup of tea. Seventh track. A more fast paced strong beat accompanied by drums fades in a brief intriguing intro. It is a more minimal composition with the exception of a nice melody making it's appearence at the half of the track and the final part, in which alot more is happening though managing to keep its line and itself in the theme. Very nice track. Eighth track commences with a full-on tribal beat from the beginning along with lounge sounding samples and sweet lines. I think its a more club approach. There is some goa influences at some passages, mainly around the half and an oriental turn at the final part. The track is ending in it's lounge tribal full-on beating. Again, not my cup of tea. Final track. A slower mid tempo under a continuous atmosphere. Nice acid lines and a mesmerising build up along with the atmosphere creating a more deep enviroment. The addition of a lounge-style line makes the track more mellow, but not annoying. This chill-out atmosphere returns after a passage of samples and builds-up. Nice track. ------------------------------------------------- All in all, a compilation that some of its parts focus to a more dark goa approach, while some others please more oriental or mellow affinities. I find myself in the first direction along with the mellow tracks, which do not differentiate from the authentic spirit. Personaly, i prefer mostly, compilations of certain direction. moontrip records, here in its first release, presented to us, in many parts, a new appearance of good goa trance creations trying to take a distance from the plasticity of the new school sound. That is very promising, and as a mystic and a follower of this sound, i am waiting from moontrip to extend in this direction.
  10. I want to hear someone absolutely blur the lines of old school and new school goa. Any recommendations?
  11. ·♩¸¸·♩¸¸·♩¸¸♪·¯·♫¸¸Ouuttttt now !¸¸♬·¯·♩¸¸♪·¯·♫¸¸. Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ♫♪.ılılıll|̲̅̅●̲̅̅|̲̅̅=̲̅̅|̲̅̅●̲̅̅|llılılı.♫♪ https://submoonrecords.bandcamp.com/album/ascendancy CDr out now _b I also apologise the album title is Ascendancy not Ascendance as I've put on the topic tile Style? As usual in Submoon Records : The real Goa sound you know from the 90's! But the rest... is a secret... ok here's a tip : it's very 'hi-energy/meditative' ... stay vigilant! https://www.facebook.com/submoonrecords
  12. Yep it's in the works and the album is now in production . Stay tuned as I will keep updating this topic. The style in this album will be ... well... that kickass old school goa Amithaba Buddha sound?? The new sound is really good and i'm positive all the fans will be happy , love , cherish and treasure this new upcoming album like all the other albums i have made. No full on , no progressive , no new school and so on , none of those new styles as you see the most known bands changing it and doing it. (I really ain't changing am I? ) Nope , just all the way down Classic and Pure Old School Goa . The way it should be , the way of my Ancestors. Me and my Family wish to thank those who deeply love my music and have been supporting it with all their Heart and Soul. /Filipe Santos https://submoonrecords.bandcamp.com/ https://www.facebook.com/submoonrecords Disclaimer : This album will be for HOME USE ONLY. Not to be played at any venues , events or rave parties without my permission , knowledge and consent. Also no 'free' download sharing of my music is allowed (even if it is in your 'dj set') and same applies to Youtube Videos of my music uploaded without my permission. Anyone violating these rules will be pursued and brought up to a court of Law. So DJ's , Youtubers and pirates you have all been warned . So please don't come 'crying' to me saying I didn't warn you. I also would appreciate if some people in the Goa Scene would stop imitating my work (seriously that is cheap). If you decide to infringe all of these rules I will not be held responsible for what will happen to your life. Seriously , you really don't want me to call my lawyer. Thank you and blessings to you all. note: Cover is now confirmed. Thank you Fabien Marsaud for your support aswel. All my best wishes for you and your family. Update : sounding 'huge' and this *shit* is not going to stop. Big up everybody , thank you for your support! And before you ask , no , I am not available for 'live acts' or 'parties' anymore. Sorry . But you can all visit me at my Facebook Artist page : https://www.facebook.com/Filipe-Santos-1458944044432818 Godspeed. Back 2 Work.
  13. Hi everyone, After having classified and listened quite "classic" Psytrance albums (old school), I perceived that I quite liked this particular sub-style. So my question is : is there still any "classic" Psytrance (with this fx driven Goa aesthetics) productions these days or is it a definitely dead style just as Proto-Goa ? For those wondering what it is => https://www.psynews.org/forums/topic/70402-the-psychedelic-trance-in-its-entirety Examples :
  14. Namaste ~*~ On this mix, I selected the most special tunes that I've heard during my years... music is mostly from the 90s, from the best psybient and idm producers I'm aware of. https://soundcloud.com/sab-kuch-milegator/shiva-shanti-downtempo-mix-2015 Tracklist is as follows: 1. Sun Electric – Castor & Pollux (Apollo 1995) 2. Sun Electric – Uschba (Apollo 1996) 3. X-Dream – Time Begins Tomorrow (Orbit Fly) (Tunnel Records 1993) 4. Spacetime Continuum - Floatilla (Astralwerks 1994) 5. Global Communication - Delta Phase (Dedicated 1993) 6. Prins Thomas - Feel A.M. (Eskimo Recordings 2005) 7. Q-Continuum – Tintintin's Rocket (Jupiter 2004) 8. Global Communication - Gamma Phase (Dedicated 1993) 9. Reagenz - ä (Source Records 1994) 10. Autechre – Bike (Warp Records 1993) 11. Boards Of Canada - Amo Bishop Roden (Warp Records 2000) 12. Gescom - Go Sheep (Clear 1995) 13. Sun Electric – Spreewald (Apollo 1996) 14. Spacetime Continuum - Pressure (Astralwerks 1994) 15. Bola - Forcasa 1 (Skam 1998) 16. Secede w/ Kettel - Leraine (Sending Orbs 2005) 18. Orbital - Adnan's (Internal 1996) 19. FSOL – Papua New Guinea (Jumpin' & Pumpin' 1991) 20. EU – Alien Encounter (Part 1) (Spirit Zone Records 1997) 21. Man With No Name - Azymuth (Concept In Dance 1996) 22. X-Dream - Out Of Your Control (Blue Room Released 1998)
  15. Hi everyone I think it is from year 98 or 99 please help me ID!!!!! I have not heard anything like it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wKGNTl5Wig
  16. Hi You can look Video Report 10 Years Suntrip & 5 years old is gold, organised by Fractal Gate, belgium : ) if you like, add me and share , and often free download this video HD on http://www.psysurfeur.com/video_trance_goa.php See you soon 3~ Enjoy !
  17. These two mixes of vintage Goa trance sounds were part of the Old School Mix Marathon V project that my blog, Sonicrampage, is very proud to present in collaboration with the Old School Electronica channel on DI.fm. Besides these two mixes, the other mixes cover hard trance, gabba, rave, and, from myself, an hour of vintage acid. Enjoy! Dave Elyzium - Classic Goa Mixed in January 2013 (59:53, 140 MB, 320 KBPS MP3) Style: Goa Trance 01. Terra Ferma - The Scream (Platipus) 02. Shakta - Amber Mantra (Psychic Deli) 03. Cosmosis - Interspatial Meltdown (Transient) 04. Hallucinogen - Shamanix Remix (Tip) 05. Fuzzy Logic - Mega Goa (Hypnotic) 06. Astral Projection - Mahadeva (1996 Remix) (Transient) 07. M.F.G. - Desert Sun (Symbiosis) 08. Slinky Nuns - Shitty Stick (Flying Rhino) 09. Miranda - Triplexus (Koyote) 10. Marmion - Schöneberg (Man With No Name Remix) (Hooj Choons) 11. Cosmosis - Alien Disco (Alien Disco) Morden - OMGoa Mixed in January 2013 (60:48, 114 MB, 256 KBPS MP3) Style: Goa Trance 01. Transwave - Anahata (Return To The Source) 02. Transwave - Vision Quest (Substance) 03. The Art Of Trance - Octopus (Man With No Name Remix) (Platipus) 04. Man With No Name - Lunar Cycle (Dragonfly) 05. Disco Volante - Moonraker (Man With No Name Remix) (Transient) 06. Zodiac Youth - False Prophet (Man With No Name Remix) (Dragonfly) 07. Doof - Star Above Parvati (TIP) 08. S.U.N. Project - Casio-Paya (Velvet Inc) 09. Juno Reactor - Mars (Blue Room Released) 10. Transwave - Malaka Dance (Substance) 11. Transwave - Flamicogyre (3D Vision)
  18. Artist: Dimension 5 Title: TransAddendum Label: Suntrip Records Date: February, 2013 1. Altair 2. Zarkon 3. Strange Phenomena 4. Return To The Source 5. Caprica 6. Symphonic Switch 7. Alpha Particles 8. Deep Space 5D (Thai Remix) de·vi·ant - deviating especially from some accepted norm : characterized by deviation (as from a standard of conduct) <socially deviant behavior> I think I'm a deviant. Me peeking into Joske's window seeing what he's got up his sleeve. I mean, what he's listening to. Yeah, what he's listening to. What did you think I meant? Whoa, whoa hold on...he's way older than me. It's not like I comb the elementary schools for unsuspecting prepubescent boys in hopes to lure them away from the twisty slide and ask them if they will fart on this sandwich I've got in my bag. That's messed up. And a waste of a perfectly good sandwich. Suntrip: "What the f*ck? We asked him for this?" Ok, so I'm not a deviant, not even close. But you will see why I might be exhibiting deviant behavior. Here we have a release by one of if not the greatest Goa Trance acts in history full of stuff you've never heard before. Their album Transdimensional was one of the most superb goa trance albums of all time with more melodies than you can shake a stick at. All wrapped up in some thick deep space atmosphere. Now I'm still not over my man crush on the Mindsphere and Etnica releases and Suntrip goes and drops this gem on me? Oh well, like a dutiful Mormon I just smile and say the more the merrier. But carrying on a relationship with three people may cause some to label me a deviant. Moving on from one album to the next like the goa whores we are can be signs of deviant behavior. Or the greatest party of all time. Said every single guy ever. Now I believe that with Patience From Heaven and Live in Athens 1996 the bar has been set in the modern era. Again. Ok first things first the artwork (by Fabián Arturo Jiménez Gally) is light and beautiful. Nice enough in fact that I would love a poster of it on my wall. Except my wife would probably tell me to take my hippy sh*t to the basement cause it clashes with whatever motif she's currently got going on. I swear all my sh*t is down there, it looks like a hoarder lives there. Secondly there are going to be comparisons to Etnica's Live in Athens 1996 and that's understandable. Both artists are legends and two great labels are releasing tracks that have never been heard or are ridiculously rare. The difference is that this is a single disc of unreleased tracks. To be followed by another disc of rare tracks that were only on obscure vinyls. Pretty smart too cause the minds at Suntrip know that some people already have those tracks so why jack them for some stuff they don't need and make 'em buy a double album? But you know you're gonna get it, so just set aside the 20 euro from your part time job as a fluffer and don't think about it. Look it up. So how is it? The most important label in today's goa trance has an incredible track record consistently releasing quality album after quality album. For some perspective, in the big leagues if a player hits .400 he is phenomenal. I think only one player in the history of baseball (not sure, I hate baseball...so f*cking boring) has ever had a batting average like that during his career. Well this player averages near 1000 over their 9 year run. Melodic goa trance is what they do and they do it better than anyone else. Now I could be the fanboy that I am and just tell you that this is their greatest release to date, and everything else pales in comparison. But that's not how I write. This is a great album with 8 tracks that you've never heard before. Melodic and old school to the bone with more of their trademarked atmosphere you crave. At times it hits hard and during others track lengths are measured in trippy light years not minutes. It sounds great which is another feather in the cap of Tim Schuldt. And there is no question that if you're a fan of D5 or goa trance than you should most definitely buy this. Maybe I got spoiled by the Etnica release, but I missed having an insert detailing what the story was behind the tracks. But that has nothing to do with the quality music so who cares? But it's not Transdimensional 2. How could it be? When you've reached the mountain top how much higher can you go? There's a reason these were unreleased and the ones on Transdimensional made it to the album. That album is an absolute classic. So much so that Suntrip (damn these guys are good) already re-released it. They knew. But they also knew that we as fans of goa trance have a hunger for unreleased stuff. If there is a possibility of good tunes out there that we haven't experienced then why not let them see the light of day? But please don't call these b-sides, because I think that title demeans what they are. Whether they made it on the album or not, we wanted them. We needed them. Good on you Suntrip, this is a fantastic release. Suntrip Psyshop Beatspace GoaStore Mdk
  19. http://www.facebook.com/Amakusa604 Amakusa Records will release 1st CD soon. hunab ku - magik universe Remastered Written, Produced and Arranged - Charlie Clarke; Nick Wenham Additional Production - Graham Franklin Digitally Remastered - DJ Zen Artwork - Mandy Rocha Limited Edition 300 Copies include Japanese Obi, hunab ku Sticker and Numbering. 1~100 Blue Jewel Case, 101~300 Clear Jewel Case. These CDs will be sold by discogs and underground party. All for hunab ku and Goatrance fans around the world. And, happiness is shared. "2012, there is no end of the world."
  20. SatanicElectro’s musical talent manifests in the record through a unique old school Goa trance, heralding a new era, and joining the ranks of artists working today in the melodic psychedelic trance zone. Demonstrating his knowledge and experience, not only trance music but also as a rock drummer, catapulted through commitment and passion to the original psychedelic trance sounds of Goa, also indicate the potential of this movement. SatanicElectro "Focus On" LP is free to download in WAVE, FLAC and MP3 files.
  21. Net label GoaTrance.pl presents a new old school Goa album SatanicElectro - Focus On. SatanicElectro’s musical talent manifests in the record through a unique old school Goa trance, heralding a new era, and joining the ranks of artists working today in the melodic psychedelic trance zone. Demonstrating his knowledge and experience, not only trance music but also as a rock drummer, catapulted through commitment and passion to the original psychedelic trance sounds of Goa, also indicate the potential of this movement. SatanicElectro "Focus On" LP is free to download in WAVE, FLAC and MP3 files.
  22. This is very cool! Zion 604 Rec. | Upcoming Release : Scandi90's | Scandinavian Psychedelic anthems | Compiled By DJ Asherun | Release date : August 2012 I hope the tracks are up to snuff
  23. Hello my Psynews friends! I would like to formally announce Global Goa Party 2, the second in a series of virtual parties showcasing 15 hours of mixes from 10 DJs from around the world; this time we're going back to 1996. We'll be taking you back once again to a time men were men, women were women, and mice were mice, and they all shook booty to some of the best electronic psychedelic dance music ever created (in the mices' opinion, that is). The cool cats over at the DI.fm Goa/Psy channel will once again be streaming the full party, and you'll be able to download each of the mixes on the day of the event if you'd rather line 'em up in Winamp and get down with yer baaad self. So, invite some friends over on March 24th, download the mixes or tune into DI.fm, fire up the black-lights and join your fellow doofers from around the world in their living rooms as we go up, UP and away to 1996... (flyer art by Lara)
  24. Hello! This is first goa downtempo i finished and i like it really 100 BPM in A# key with spacey and old school sounds and acids. Listen: Opinions are welcome, enjoy
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