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Phonix Records stalwarts Ishikawa and Space Byrd need your help! They are working together to compile the next monster dose of Grade A Phonix branded twilight damage featuring Phonix stars Aquedeux, Psycho System, and Omega Flight to name a few! The more they worked on it, the more they realized that their creation had reached such epic proportions, and was capable of wreaking such sonic mayhem – that they needed help naming it! This is where YOU step in! Help “Name the Beast” and you stand a chance to win a copy of this compilation as well as a copy of “Made In Mexico” – the last compilation by Ishikawa and Psykoatl featuring the best up and coming psytrance producers from Mexico including Dominate RMXes winners Thorus Wrath, Roby, and The Concept Nemesis to name a few! To enter the “Name the Beast” contest by January 15th 2017, send an mail with: – Subject: “Name The Beast” – To: angad at phonix-records.com – Email should include, 1) your suggested name for the release 2) your full name 3) country of residence The winner will be announced on January 30th, 2017! So get those thinking caps and dancing boots on – it’s time to take on the beast!
DVSM RECORDS COMPETITION Would you like to get a free copy of Séance? Join our new competition! Up for grabs are five copies of Silent Horror's new album and you could be one of the lucky few. All you have to do is to answer the three questions below and send your answers to info (at) devilsmindrecords (dot) org (don't forget to change the (at) and (dot) ) The competition will run throughout 22 March. Winners will be randomly selected provided they have answered all the questions correctly, just like at the airport these days. NB! Don't forget to include your name and where you'd like us to ship your CD! Good luck! Question 1: DVSM was founded in... a ) Late summer of 2004 b ) Early spring of 2005 c ) A few weeks before the release of the first compilation, Refused Question 2: Jigar 'Silent Horror' has released quite a few tracks on various compilations and made guest appearances on artist albums. How many, roughly speaking? a ) About 20 tracks b ) About 30 tracks c ) More than 40 tracks Question 3: The track Drums In The Deep was originally not supposed to be featured on the album Masters of Outhouse. Nevertheless, it was featured on the final version of the album. Why? a ) There was another track that was supposed to be the first one on the album, but there was a glitch in the recording that could not be fixed. Thus, Drums In The Deep filled the slot. b ) Lulle 'Ka-Sol' included Drums In The Deep by accident when he mastered the CD. Upon discovering the new track, Alex was adamant that they keep Drums In The Deep instead of the original first track, and David 'Buddha' and Lulle took his advice. c ) This is a trick question. Drums In the Deep was thought to be a track that had a solid, given place on the CD already when the first discussions on the track list took place.