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  1. Function Loops has announced the release of Trance Vocal Hooks, an outstanding collection of trance & psytrance vocals, perfect to add the pro factor in any production. These vocals are inspired by the biggest hits and names of today. It is hard to find a good vocal hook for a track, so Function Loops made it easy for any aspiring or established producer: recorded over 700MB of vocal loops - ethnic, tribal, psychedelic - it's all there. To save a lot of time, the whole content is key labelled, also vocals are super easy to pitch and change the key to fit any project without losing quality. Included in the pack are dry, wet and gated versions for maximum flexibility. All vocals at delivered at 138BPM, in 24-bit WAV quality, original and fresh content, recorded by a talented vocalist at Function Loops studios. 100% royalty-free. Trance Vocal Hooks costs $22.90; included with any purchase is a FREE bonus kit. Audio demo: https://soundcloud.com/functionloops/function-loops-trance-vocal-hooks Video demo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dtZ1k_Bs414 More info: https://www.functionloops.com/trance-vocal-hooks.html
  2. Hello. I am looking for suggestions of beautiful ethnic influenced music. A very perfect example: https://soundcloud.com/sonic-elysium/dgivash-vs-sonic-elysium-moola One of the only thing I dont like about it is that its Indian. I believe 90% of goa/psytrance ethnic related music is Indian, so a very much appreciated would something from the other cultures. But if it would be as beautiful as this, I would LOVE to know about it! Thanks! Another good example: https://soundcloud.com/technical_hitch/technical-hitch-mama-india-shantrip Well, again, this cheap, cheesy Indian chants vocals, but the flute and the overall feeling is beautiful and quite unique. Here accent is not the chants, however, but on the violin (?), thats why I still appreciate it.
  3. 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
  4. Artist: Flembaz Title: Magic Mint EP Label: Blind Arc Date: March, 2013 1. The Playground 2. Magic Mint Feat. Filipe Teixeira 3. Bridging Time Who the hell are these guys? Kudos to Ekto for hosting this EP. The sounds are crisp and the melodies...wow. The Playground puts you in the streets of Delhi with a beautiful sitar melody that's as fresh as daisies. So wonderfully ethnic, but far from predictable. It's not often that I praise the guitar in our music (read never), but the one on Magic Mint felt as if it were being played right next to me. Common threads are the warm basses and the clarity of the production. Even with all this atmosphere it is eminently danceable and thought provoking at the same time. Excellent job! Free at Ektoplazm Mdk
  5. Previews: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfcPSah_Zp8JkVTcKMBkeiDozveVSi-Ps Free Download in MP3 - WAV: http://neurotrance.org/ufo-life-beyond-logic 01 - U.F.O - Dancing in Sahara Desert (100 BPM) 02 - U.F.O - Bubble in Paradise (100 BPM) 03 - U.F.O - Enter the World of Love (140 BPM) 04 - U.F.O - Sky (140 BPM) 05 - U.F.O - Tankashilla (135 BPM) 06 - U.F.O - Delirium Sounds (137 BPM) 07 - U.F.O - Acidancer (138 BPM) 08 - U.F.O - Spiritual Depth (138 BPM) 09 - U.F.O - Entropy (140 BPM) Life Beyond Logic from U.F.O is a polished cohesion of ethnic, symphonic, downtempo, progressive trance, and shimmering ambient textures. An atypical musical experience that will relax and energize, inspire, transcend and will sweep the listener along as each song tells its story. Mastered by Michel Bar at U.F.O studio with artwork by Omar Smajda. License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/ Neurotrance Records "Free the music because the music sets you free"
  6. 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.
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