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  1. Tracklist 1. Kode Red 08:00 2.Obtain Whatever You Want 07:02 3.Trade Mission At Night 07:34 Release notes: Free East. released February 9, 2020 Free album in order to stop all wars between west and the east. https://glaiverecords.bandcamp.com/album/trade-mission-at-night-ep [Review in progress] A very interesting Downtempo Goa EP, actually some of the most middle eastern evocative bunch of Downtempo Goa tracks I've heard in a while. Not that it's a very common genre nowadays, or if it ever has been? Very hypnotic and soothing, it makes for good background music while doing stuff. I would imagine that it would be perfect music to have in the background during a hot summer day, a bit like the Buddha Bar Downtempo compilations. This is perfect if you've listened to a lot of uptempo tracks for a while during the day perhaps and still want to enjoy some oriental stories, but without having to feel stressed by the higher BPM ranges of the uptempo variety. This EP is equally qualified to be played before bedtime, contemplative slow oriental Goa Trance. It has lots of ancient evocative themes floating around, within the aural landscape consisting of grandiose pads, flutes, TB-303's and spiralling synth layers. The style is Egyptian by far, with pads so beautiful as to make you remember a lost era, during which Pharohs ruled the lands in Ancient Egypt, the living image of Amun and other gods living side by side with humans. Gods of men, elevated to eternity with sacred rites, and lavish burials. The first track Kode Red, is the best one according to me. It has this airy majestic feel to it, as if if you're riding through the desert on a flying carpet at night, hands in front of your chest pushed togheter with your fingers pointing upwards, and your legs crossed under you. It's a bit like the downtempo goa track Into The Desert on Destination Goa 3 by the Swedish artist Phoenix/Kayseri (Robert Järnroth), who used to compile the Destination Goa comilations, but more grand and cinematic in its execution, and less Indian sounding. The one thing that I think doesn't really fit with the themes of the music, is the album artwork. Which perhaps allude to the video game Desert Strike or to the actual Operation Desert storm, during the gulf war. It's a way to contemporary reference, to something which sounds so ancient. But perhaps the artists vision was to make an EP with just a middle eastern vibe, and not specifically something inspired by ancient Egypt. Could just be that my interpretation of it, is colored by my preferences. The track Kode Red for example, would've made a great intro track to a Goa Trance album, perhaps under the Ramose moniker.
  2. Hello! Please Help me find name of this track from old cassette. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JH8MtCcpG98
  3. Dear Friends, Anjin Sun is back with a slightly different sound! My new video was shot in Whirl-y-fayre Festival in England, in August 2017. I hope you will like it!
  4. Shikoon EP (Self Released 2014) 1.Yeh Estekan Chaee 06:52 2.ElectroEthnica 08:18 3.Aiwa Alek 06:43 4.Ballaboochang 08:08 5.Abulele 06:53 Free Download (WAV,FLAC,MP3) on Ektoplazm: http://www.ektoplazm.com/free-music/yestegan-chay-shikoon Name your price (Donate) on Bandcamp: http://yesteganchay.bandcamp.com/album/shikoon "... Shikoon is about producing images in the mind that are far from identical. Rather than a pure psy dub piece of music Shikoon is challenging with numerous break downs, phrases, phat beats, skanking stabs and synth sounds that are beautifully arranged at almost every Middle Eastern turn of the sonic page." Mark Jickells - Turquoise Sound Company UK Credits: Written & Produced by Asaf Simchy Mastering by Dr. Cohen Artwork by funi http://funilab.com Logotype by Giulio Martinelli http://www.professionaldistortion.com Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/yesteganchay SoundCloud - http://soundcloud.com/yestegan-chay
  5. Back in the old days, psychedelic trance was in good shape. We had trust on it over its developing variations based on artists sound developments. However, with the rise of nitzhonot trance, around 1999, i felt a deviation from the essential spirit. Nitzhonot was a step away from the style of greek/israeli uplifting goa trance (nitzho-Goa), into a more commercial sound with usually major influences from arabic/middle-eastern oriental music. Let's not forget that beyond symbolisms, hindu traditional music's tone and pattern has been not just an influence but more like a generator of goa trance music, more like gave shape. But between these, there's a difference in perception. In Hindu traditional music, a hypnotic and mystical feeling can oftenly be met or achieved (which is essential for the spirit of Goa Trance), while middle-eastern orientalism is more known for a cheerful uplifting rousement, and oftenly causing a more lighthearted mood. Of course, i'm sure that might be few exceptions to that and without even counting the Sufism musical heritage which is something different as far as i know. As different also is ancient egyptian music, which is more solemn & majestic oftenly inducing melancholic or nostalgic feelings. So, does arabic/middle-eastern/belly-dance music fits in goa trance? I believe that mostly doesn't. But that's depends also from the sound and the motives. There are examples of synthesis from the old days in goa and nitzho-goa of a good harmonizing and lately i have liked alot the second album from Mindsphere, Patience for Heaven, which has such influences but more temperate and covered in an amazing surrounding goa trance sound. Of course, all these are my personal view and from what i have seen, it is a matter of "love it" or "hate it" preference. Maybe, central & northern europeans or americans see middle eastern orientalism as more exotic, as a diversion on ethic influences.
  6. Hello! After many years i decided to start another project... this time downtempo and chill music. Project is made 2 days ago between me and mate from my city called Miloš Ilić. I know, name "Future Sound of Bla bla..." is not that much unique but we love our city so we want project name to be connected with it! We have done one track so far and another just started, full preview of first track you can listen here: http://soundcloud.com/futuresoundofnis How we upload new stuffs i will update here, not needed to open 100 topics PS. I just made group on facebook, you can join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/futuresoundofnis Enjoy!
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