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  1. GOAPSYRECORDS Present Exclusive listening before the official release ABLASS returns with a very experimental psytrance EP, Discover original psychedelic psytrance with atmospheres specific to him, EP Farout ABLASS/EP/farout Music: ABLASS Mix: ABLASS Mastering : LUMIRIS (Paris) Visual : NZ
  2. In this video i cite the reasons that I believe psytrance will soon cease to exist in the form that we know it. Check my music on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/2gponzmhHF1GO3L7J4Ox9B
  3. DNAprocess DJ Set @ Sonic Wave (Sofia, Bulgaria) DNAprocess Soundcloud DNAprocess Bandcamp DNAprocess Youtube DNAprocess Spotify DNAprocess Facebook DNAprocess Instagram 150-155 bpm Tracklist: 1. Praheya - Earth Mother 2. MPF - Soo Simple feat. Mendrion 3. Insane Creatures - Hydromedusa 4. Sequoya, Cosinus - Like A Sloth 5. Cryptophonix - Reconnection 6. Mechanical Species - Intellectual Captivity 7. Purist - Yuxibu 8. Ugammi - Jesus 9. Kabayun, Antonymous - Clusters and Constellations 10. Nargun - Nowhere Riders 11. Freakplanet, Ohminside - Supernatural 12. Drury Nevil - Spectral Pitch 13. Mark Day, Noein - The Implicate Order 14. Via Axis, Purist - Unfolding Hypercubes Powered by Divine Magic Theory
  4. This week on Psylicious Radio we welcome Kallel, the 11-year-old Brazilian phenomenon whom has been turning heads with his outstanding skill and mixing ability, making him one of the youngest Psytrance DJs on the planet! Enjoy! Influenced by the Israeli Psy Trance scene, Kallel is already DJing throughout Brazil and also producing his first release “House of Bangerz". Kallel strives for perfection and spends time to improve his production, internet presence, and g rowth of his career. During the Pandemic his lives have reached and entertained over 300K viewers. Listen to the show: Click Here Kallel Social Media Links: Kallel | Facebook Kallel | Instagram Kallel | Soundcloud Want to be featured on Psylicious Radio? Connect with us on the links below to find out more. >>>DJ Showcases<<< >>>Producer Showcases<<< >>>Record Label Showcases<<< >>>Free Promotion<<< Psylicious Radio Links Psylicious Radio | Soundcloud Psylicious Radio | Facebook Psylicious Radio | Instagram Psylicious Radio | Mixcloud Psylicious Links Psylicious | Website Psylicious | Subscribe Psylicious | Instagram Psylicious | Facebook Psylicious | Soundcloud Psylicious | Mixcloud
  5. Channeling old school Goa and psytrance grooves, the past, present and future are one. Kaiju Lounge presents Cosmic Revelations in the mix! Tracklist Shpongle - The Sixth Revelation 00:00 Spacecat - Snorkel Blaster 11:20 Growling Mad Scientists - Flem 17:20 Pharagonescia - Pharatropic 22:44 Eat Static - Hybrid (TIP remix) 31:03 Reflecta - Creatures 35:25 Shakta & Moonweed - Micronesia 44:40 Space Tribe - Star Travellers 51:51 1300 Mics - Salvia Divinidorum 58:40 Absolum - The Fifth Revelation 01:04:51
  6. Hei trippers and trancers, this is a label announcement with news + updates on whats going on within KER. discogs: https://www.discogs.com/label/1393052-Kali-Earth-Records bandcamp: https://kaliearth.bandcamp.com/ Kali Earth was established as a new label on the 28th of December 2017. The first release was on the same night. The release is a single track by Material Music (a talented artist) given to the psytrance event organizer Love&Magic, in 2015. It was only now let loose, just the way it is. A proper Record label, i think we most agree on is a label that publish and release physical formats (CD, Vinyl) as well as the new digital formats like i.e FLAC and Wav. We've chosen a tad unconventional way of starting up the label in these new times. Therefor we use mainly Bandcamp but we will when things are more ready and steady move onto other distributor pages as well to be more accessible to the general wider public. Right now, we only offer a CDr/Files of our debut release (KER001) . And the single is a grower, so expect it to get more tracks added soon.... Our aim is in general great psytrance and chillout music, and we're not afraid of pushing the envelope or to creating a new style on the way. The label name Kali Earth Records is in direct inspiration to the legendary label, Shiva Space Technology (SST). In retrospect, you could say that the world is also too full of bad kali, and hence, Kali Earth Records. We come with much love, and true peace of mind. Boom shanti *
  7. Mokushi is a producer with many years of experience in creating different genres of hardcore music from Hardcore Techno, Drum & Bass to Psychedelic trance. "The Andromeda Mixtapes" is Mokushi's hi-tech debut EP under Divine Magic Theory label. The EP contains 4 tracks with cutting edge sounds combining powerful basslines and unique melodies. https://divinemagictheory.bandcamp.com/album/the-andromeda-mixtapes Follow Divine Magic Theory: https://www.facebook.com/divine.rec/ https://www.instagram.com/divinemagictheory/ https://twitter.com/divinerec https://divinemagictheory.bandcamp.com/releases Follow the artist: https://www.facebook.com/MokushiBG https://www.instagram.com/mokushi.official/ https://www.youtube.com/user/AyanamisSlave
  8. Artist: Xenofish Title: Encoder Label: Self Released Date: May, 2013 01 - Xenofish - Sigma (146 BPM) 02 - Xenofish - Leviathan (145 BPM) 03 - Xenofish - Discharge (176 BPM) 04 - Xenofish - Ziggurat (146 BPM) 05 - Xenofish - Mashiro's Dream (155 BPM) 06 - Xenofish - Logfile (97 BPM) 07 - Cybernetika - Pulsar (feat. Xenofish) (141 BPM) 08 - Xenofish - Blurred Matrix (83 BPM) This is the debut album from Christian Becker and it is an offering of different styles while running with a sci-fi/technology theme. It sounds very clear and I will tell you it is fairly intense. He eases us into things with the benign Sigma, a track with a nice breakbeat, but pretty forgettable. Leviathan is a somewhat harder full-on track with a very nice break that becomes more lush the longer it goes on. Discharge brings us our first taste of drum n bass and it is massive. Walls of electronic sound puncture the atmosphere with the high tempo calling card of this style. Again, Christian's break work is a highlight of the track with the dynamic give and take of all the elements. The track is constantly evolving, even slowing down to a mid tempo swagger briefly before erupting. Easily my favorite. Ziggurat is a lush, cosmic journey feeling warm and cold at the same time. The electronics vibrate as if alive and it instantly draws me in. Same with the beginning of Mashiro's Dream as he has fun with the cut-off knob. Decent, but not as cool as the previous two. Logfile is interesting because it's glitchy, noisy, nonsense sound is how I believe a computer would create music without instruction. Even though it is itself amusical, it fits right in with the theme. The team-up with Cybernetika is a treat and his influence is readily visible with a more melodic flair. Perhaps the machines last gasp, their final attempt to subvert the humans. The final track is an atmospheric ambient aftermath as docile as the previous tracks were unyielding. The battle is over and all that remains is to rebuild. It's a wonderful debut album. Full of varied styles with electronic fire and storytelling breaks. Very futuristic with excellent production. Highly recommended! Free at Ektoplazm
  9. Artist: SubConsciousMind Title: Symphonies of Life Label: Self-Released Date: March, 2018 1. Patience 2. Truth 3. Consciousness 4. Destruction 5. Love 6. Creation 7. Beauty 8. Humility 9. Trust Raphael Huber's latest release is a remarkably produced piece of work. The dynamics here are superb forcing the listener to concentrate on the subtleties all the way through the tracks. Very psychedelic at times with my favorite track being the blistering Creation. The 303s were going crazy! Also big honorable mentions go the final bits of Destruction. Very intense. Some of the tracks however don't evolve as well as others and maybe take too long to get where they're going. Still, that's a minor gripe and while not as explosive as Intermezzo Extended, it is a solid album. Free at Ektoplazm
  10. What's up guys?! I am from Brazil, and like many here in love with psytrance. I would like to share with you my latest work. They expect you to enjoy the set and if possible tell me what you think. Thank you very much and long live psy! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PT BR: E ai galera?! Eu sou do brasil, e como muitos aqui apaixonado por psytrance. Gostaria de partilhar com vocês o meu mais recente trabalho. Esperam que curtam o set e se possível me digam o que acharam. Muito obrigado e vida longa ao psy! SoundCloud Profile: click in here
  11. https://soundcloud.com/eternalaura/eternal-aura-drakenstein-castle "A new Dark Melodic Trance project hailing from the land of northern lights, Sweden. Conceived in 2020, the core of the concept revolves around conjuring a lucid fantasy world, steeped in an ominous aura, with a pinch of art noveau and psychedelic influences. A world of magic realism, full of splendour, wherein a new age sensibility meets old world mysteries in an adventurous storytelling fashion. So prepare your absinthe, astral tarot cards, bring your most wishful thinking, and let the moonlight guide you." Dark/Gothic Melodic Trance from Sweden, only mixed in headphones but yeah I don't care too boring to make music and not be able to share it somehow. When I get studio monitors again I will go back and remix it. I'm sure the melodies and the general concept comes through despite the crappy sound quality. And I'm new to soundcloud so be sure to follow me if you like This track is a remix/remake of an old track I did in 2008, Which I probably shared here on psynews.
  12. Elliptic is electronic music project created from the need to explore various forms of sounds and translate those in complex musical arrangements mainly in the sub genre of electronic dance music, psytrance. He is more than 10 years active in the underground psytrance scene creating unique, colorful & harmonious sounds with an old school vibe. Enjoy! https://soundcloud.com/elliptic-voyage/elliptic-traversing-to-enlightenment-spice-travels https://soundcloud.com/elliptic-voyage/01-elliptic-machine-elves https://soundcloud.com/forestdelic/elliptic-starter https://soundcloud.com/elliptic-voyage/spectral-fields-va-wicked
  13. Artist: Various Title: Spirit Voices Label: Sangoma Records Date: March 13, 2013 Tracklist:- 1. Ianuaria - The Theory of Elements 2. Yudhisthira - Bhumandala 3. Primordial Ooze- Impact Theory 4. Gaspard- Get with the program 5. Southwild - Twiddle My Dot 6. Synthetic Chaos - Nothing is fucked 7. Via Axis - Light Portals 8. Yudhisthira - The Room (Braincell rmx) 9. Soladria – Ussr Signal 10. Etnica - Surpressive Fire Hmmph, Beautiful cover art, some sexy names on the track list and some fun to be had.... Some. 1. Solid overall theme but the rest of the track lacks anything coherent for me to grasp onto. I suppose that's the point of the psychedelic music that is The Theory Of The Elements, and yea it does get better in the last 3 minutes, but it begins with me thinking that the little singsong is going to play a role in the song and then it's gone. 2. Similar thoughts on the first 4 minutes of Bhumandala at first. After a few more listens I can start to hear the build up to the strong second half of this track. Throwing in the thicker longer synths makes a world of difference and even knocks the psychedlia up a bunch. but for a lackluster first 4 minutes I may not find myself banging this to often. 3. Dark and spooky with a melody that comes right out of a haunted wind up ballerina jewellery box. More my style with some thick yet oozed layers dripping from the rooftops to the floors. This track covers you turning Impact Theory into Impact Fact. 4. Cool intro and then it gets dark and dirty, with leads made of pure forest squelch-squark. Like all the tracks so far Get With The Program starts to form a more coherent shape as it snakes it way from start to finish...Wait a minute, serpent on the front cover....Serpentine tracks. hmmmmm 5. Twiddle My Dot does not Twiddle my dingle and right now i wouldn't mind a brain fiddle. In Hollywood that's a good thing, right now, I probably find myself skipping this track. That's not to say that it isn't the most psychedelic track here, it most certainly is, very dark and twilighty and i'm sure it would spin you the fuck out on a dancefloor Buuuuut yea nah. 6. Nothing Is Fucked, well we sure showed Synthetic Chaos didn't we? Well done planet Earth. Another very Sangoma sounding track, like track 3 the twinkle dinkle melody is covered in evil intentions. There are some pretty cool trippy moments but once again not quite interesting enough to keep my attention. 7. Via Axis brings us closer to Goa territory, the track is a little calmer than some of the previous ones and the low end has a bit more warmth to it. I like the crystal-delic highs that sparkle over the top of the track, overall it lacks a little oomph. 8. Well all my niggles stop here my friends. Braincell and Yudisthira grow The Room (Braincell Remix) into an absolute masterpiece of a track. Awesome theme and beautiful track growth. This track begins like a little graveyard sprite and turns into a goddamned 13 foot spectre. A solid track and 1 of 3 reasons I bought this album. 9. Soladriwho? Yea Soladria, This track has got me digging into all this guys works. Matti is Finnish and he makes Psytrance, well damn does he know how to finish a track off with gusto. All of USSR Signal is good but the final half Ah baby! If it wasn't for this track being randomly selected I may have not payed attention to this album at all. The final melody and everything else is just so good. Transporting you to a hypersonic Russian Nuclear Submarine is just one of the things this track does right. So So bad ass. 10. Etnica - Well well well. You know you get a lil excited when you this name pop up, that's why they get a dash. And this very well could be an extra terrestial track becasue it rips a hole in the solar system the size of your third finger from the right of your left pinky. In Universal terms that's a big hole in the space time continuuuu whatever. Banging track and reason number 3 this album had to be mine. ~ Well that's about all folks. Really the 3 final tracks are what got me getting this release, the cover art is also worthy of a shout out, super nice to look at. For the price of a European Brattwurst I think it's well worth it for the final 3 tracks and i'm sure some aliens out there are going to like tracks 1-7 too. https://sangomarecs.bandcamp.com/album/spirit-voices-compiled-by-gata-freak-daksinamurti
  14. For all the wavy shaped psychedelic feeders out there, here's a groovy one for you,. HD Track available for download! https://insectmenace.bandcamp.com/track/geometric-unity
  15. Work in progress my slanky mind explorers, full track out soon for HD download! Let me know what you think!
  16. Hi, My fresh mix for Universal Tribe Records is up. A selection of old classics to the latest and greatest. Enjoy the ride. Q
  17. Artist: Various Title: Voyager: Third Plateau Label: Hado Records Release: May 13, 2020 Tracklist:- 01. HelixNebula - Over The City Of The Future 02. Artifact303 - Consequences (HelixNebula Remix) 03. Celestial Intelligence - Constant Motion (Median Project Remix) 04. Median Project - Flights In Dream And Reality 05. Fiery Dawn - Boogie Man 06. Midi Junkies & Psychologist - Altay 07. Psychowave - Never Ending Mistery 08. Galaktion & Groove Hunter - Crystal Worlds 09. Sonic Elysium - Thunderstorm HelixNebula – First time hearing this amigo and gotta say it is a great theme to bring to the compilation first up. Floating and uplifting, it really does make it feel like you are floating over a city of futuristic buildings made of gold and glub-glub. Artifact303 (HelixNebula Remix) – The track gets better and better as it goes on, The first had me wondering if something great was going to eventually happen and it sure does. Helixnebula brings more uplifting energy to the comp Cellestial Intelligence (Median Project Remix) – I’ve listened to the original and this version back to back and up n’ down. Median Projects adds flour to the mix and densifies it in a way that only he can. A few extra layers and added zips and hey presto we have ourselves an AAF certified banger. Like the original the track becomes exceedingly more exciting as it progresses. It leaves me feeling light and capable. Median Project - This is the sort of song that got Median Projects name on the map, hidden layers reach up from the depth and screech at you as intensity intensifies. you go from deep sleep in the cold emptiness of space to hyperspeed through a nebula all in the space of 8 minutes and 10 seconds. Fiery Dawn – Whose afraid of the big bad Boogie Man? Not Fiery Dawn, this guy faces his fear head on and damn he does it with gusto today. The track is full bodied with a long finish, think of a Hunter Valley Shiraz. Energy is kept high and every element compliments the last. Fiery Dawn should get a cellar door award for this baby, it’s hot on the lips and only gets better with more listens. This reminds me Midi Junkies & Psychologist – The mood changes into full-on/psytrance territory. I normally don’t go out of my way to listen to this style so I appreciate having it here for me to hear. A lot of effort goes into the mids and highs, it feels like the bassline and kick could have been given a little uniqueness love. Regardless the theme and that 5 minute break into triplets is sweet as pie. An engaging dancefloor stomper. Psychowave – Psychowave comes in with his high quality psytrance, more squelches and psychedelic layers than you can poke a stick at. The track has its moments and no doubt would be a banger on a dancefloor. For my at home listening it lacks anything stable for me to grasp on to as each moment flies by so fast. Cleanest production in the game though. Galaktion & Groove Hunter – Picture sparkling gems overhead, refracting in the forest light as it glimmers through the tree tops. A half dark half, half sparkly track that has some decent grooves, my favourite of the three psy tracks (You’d hope so, that name comes with expectations). Sonic Elysium – Horrifyingly uplifting and full of nice feelings. The main lead is to die for and reminds me of a high quality old school Muses Rapt style. The first listen comes with a lot of excitement as the track grows into what it eventually becomes. Subsequent listens keep the smile on the face as it fills me with empowerment and positivity. Hado Records hit the nail on the head right here right now. The psytrance tracks might not be everyones cup of tea but then again the Goa trance tracks may not be either. Nobody did a bad job here and exceed at each style that is tested out. Sonic Elysium and Fiery Dawn are my favourites, but really I like them all. Not a wasted spot on the comp https://hadorecords.bandcamp.com/album/compilation-voyager-third-plateau - Bandcamp is down at the time of writing this but here is a link anywho. https://www.beatport.com/release/voyager-third-plateau/2994895
  18. Artist: Xprompt Title: Generator Label: Pureuphoria Records Date: April, 2018 1. Intergalactic 2. Pole Position 3. Silent Prophecy 4. Hypnotic Bridge 5. Birth of Impulse I've got a lot of music on the hard drive from Ekto before they took a powder and just picked this at random. Well, that's not true. I really liked the cover art. This is the side project of a project called Neon. Which means nothing to me because I haven't heard of them either. What I like about this is its straight ahead nature. But it's also what makes all the tracks sound so similar. It is dark and rumbly, high tempo trance that doesn't deviate much from what you hear in the beginning of the track. Scary sounds and thumping beats abound without it devolving into noise. Melodies are just a light touch, but it's enough to pull it together. Can't say I would reach for this over and over, but hell, I enjoyed it. Free at Ektoplazm
  19. Artist: Lifeforms Title: Into The Wild Label: Iboga Records Date: September, 2019 1. Into The WIld 2. Eden 3. Mellow 4. Ahead of Us 5. Lost Behind 6. Raw 7. One of A Kind 8. Away From Here Man I had forgotten about this Israeli project! They made the type of music that refused to be shoe horned into a box. Psytrance, progressive, goa...all with delicate and symphonic touches. It's deep music and is great for those looking for more than just 4/4 beats. And they jump right in with the title track that is a combination of all three. Starts of with a growing progressive vibe, slowly morphs into a psytrance track and then BAM!!...goa trance. What I really like about the tracks is the way they seamlessly slip into a break and expand in a new direction. They go in like a lamb and out like a lion. Also impressed with their samples and the sample placement. When done correctly it really adds to the track. It's not a perfect album and sometimes it falls prey to the cliche's of trance music, but those moments are few. While not as heavily layered as the Nertum album (by far my favorite) this is still a solid offering for those who still want to love psytrance. Psyshop
  20. Hello ! I want to present you yesterday release of my dark psy side project - Alien Translator ! EP - " Black Moon" was released by Undeground Experience Music .Most people knows me from Goa trance side but today I want to present you my alter ego Tracklist : 1. Black Moon 6:21 2. Soul Smuggler 6:47 3. Waiting for Civilization 07:43 4. Wicked 06:08 5. Brainbreaker 07:43 All Tracks Written & Produced by Lukasz Z. Mastering by Atrus Cover Artwork by Psycoreclinic BANDCAMP (name your price ) - https://undergroundexperiencemusic.bandcamp.com/album/black-moon-ep?fbclid=IwAR1HbK_Qv7RwudATaRUyuzQYSHqJjfGpIF8j2KzPaR9Px7nUAmBAAkS4xuY
  21. TERA AMATA come back with a new opus, Explore the African continent and these mysteries, let yourself be guided by the hud player of the desert who will make you reach the state of trance Music : TERA AMATA Producer : ABLASS Mastering : LUMIRIS (Paris) https://tera-amata.bandcamp.com/album/desert-odysee
  22. GOAPSYRECORDS Present, By these containment times a small remix by TERA AMATA and ABLASS, I let you discover the title remix so turn up the sound, push the furniture and hold your plates there is bass !! https://tera-amata.bandcamp.com/track/psykebaa
  23. Hi everyone, I made this remix from an epic track from the past. Hope you give time to listen and enjoy it. Peace out https://soundcloud.com/audio_wave/wrecked-machines-pixel-mother-funker-audiowave-rmx
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