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  1. Mindspring Music Presents: Psychoz - Alien Agent [MSM042] https://mindspringmusic.bandcamp.com/album/alien-agent Psychoz puts forth meticulous effort to produce deep and diverse electronica, experimental packages of boundary-pushing recordings across the psychedelic spectrum of underground sound. Now, 20 years into his auditory project, he has given birth to what could be considered the next stage in his artistic endeavors. Alien Agent is here to blow our minds and tickle our ear drums with an atmospheric voyage through gentle psydub and melodic glitch. This downtempo collection stays true to his ever-changing visions, unlocking the far reaching bounds of his imagination through the creation of soulful, energetic tracks. With an array of eastern drums and tribal synthscapes, this meditative adventure is ready for dance floors all around the globe. The 8-track album is a smooth ride into an archaic galaxy, intertwined in the mysticism of Psychoz’s orchestral intricacies. Get ready for bass heaven.
  2. Aes Dana Feat. Miktek - Far & Off

    Artist: Aes Dana & Miktek Title: Far & Off Label: Ultimae Records Date: March, 2016 1. Far & Off 2. Diffraction Protocol 3. Cut. 4. Small Things Matter 5. Alkaline 6. Parenthesis 7. 6 am 8. Sulfur 9. Evenfall 10. The Unexpected Hours Just wanted to write a little blurb about this release. It's a collaboration between two very good artists on the Ultimae label that deserves your attention. Collecting tracks from three Ep's (Alkaline, Cut., and The Unexpected Hours) it's dark and very introspective, perfect for overcast and rainy days. Glitchy sounds and percussion abound; vehicles for daydreaming and listening to time dissolve away. Futuristic and cold with a firm grasp of the melancholy. The sound is rich throughout and rarely have I felt such a feeling of isolation. To me all the tracks flow together into one fluid production which prevent me from discerning whether one was better than another. Nicely done. Ultimae Bandcamp - Only 5E for digital Ultimae Bandcamp CD and 24 bit digital
  3. For more info & tickets - http://www.uvfreqs.org Facebook event page - https://www.facebook.com/events/944906278952153/ We are very happy to be hosting our second NYE outdoor adventure taking you on journey featuring the very best in PsyTrance, Prog, Electro Swing, Glitch, Breaks & live bands in a beautiful outdoor location under an hours drive from the CBD. Artists on the night... BIG SEVENTIES BUSH (LIVE) https://www.reverbnation.com/bigseventiesbush1 DJ ZEALOUS (Uber Zeal) https://soundcloud.com/zealousdjproducer ASHCATS SOUNDSYSTEM (Speakeasy) http://www.mixcloud.com/ashcats BIGGINS (UV Freqs) https://soundcloud.com/thepiesthelimit ROGUE No.1 (UV Freqs) https://soundcloud.com/male-function CHUNKYSWISS (Aurora Festival) https://soundcloud.com/chunky_swiss ASTRALBRAINTENTACLES (UV Freqs) https://soundcloud.com/astral-brain-tentacles PATTO (Subalicious) https://soundcloud.com/mjpatto MONKEY MUSIQUE (Swing Dog Circus) https://soundcloud.com/monkeymusique LAUREN IANNELLA More to be confirmed........... Featuring... UV decor, lighting & lasers by UV FREQS https://www.facebook.com/uvfreqs Male & female toilet facilities Important info: Location will only be revealed to ticket holders and there is a limited capacity so we suggest buying your tickets early so you don't miss out! There is an area for camping so feel free to bring tents etc, please message us about motorhomes & caravans. No dogs / animals / fires - this is a leave no trace event so please take home everything you bring with you, due to being working farm land & its fire risk season so please don't drop any cigarette buttss or anything else on the ground. Please bring any necessities you may need such as water (lots!), toilet roll, sunscreen, rubbish bags, portable ash tray, food, etc. Gates open at 12pm/music starts at 5pm and the gates will shut at 10pm to allow us all to enjoy the NYE celebrations so please arrive before then. After the event we will have chilled out music during the day and you are welcome to rest & recupperate before your drive home. *Ticket only event*
  4. Going beyond the limitations of the material world back into the primordial sonic reality. Developing a completely new sound here. Any feedback welcome.
  5. Intergalactic Journey was a sold out event that I hosted, arranged and performed at in Tallinn on October 22nd 2016, featuring the most epic chillout lineup we could find from the underground scene of Estonia, including my good friend Fuluf well known in this forum. It was also the biggest chillout party we have ever had here. It was a night of magic and transformation. Starting with an intro and piano solo, I quickly go to deliver some of the finest psychedelic glich vibes this planet has to offer. I am also writing an album and all of my work so far is available on my page. hope you enjoy! Tracklist: Kalya Scintilla - Evocation (with Eve Olution) Sixis - Conduit (Music Simplified cut) Desert Dwellers - Our dream world (Sixis remix) Akasha Experience - Soul Circus Kalya Scintilla - Acacia Kalya Scintilla - Flamenco's on fire Soulacybin - Alien Life Music Simplified - Atmic Spheres Sixis - Wandering deeper Kalya Scintilla - Way of the Tarot Music Simplified - Consciousness can dance Kalya Scintilla - Arabian Boogie Goosebumpz - Contact Fearful - Gorilla (Spenghead remix) Dephicit & Defazed - Duality feat. Biscuit (Music Simplified cut) Govinda - Om Tare Quanta - Create Culture
  6. hey guys im sharing this preview of a track im working on but found out very late that there was a problem with the competition. theres still lots missing , as was from the supplied sample pack. I took the liberty to create a glitched version seeing that the competition has closed. https://soundcloud.com/grantstanleysa/eclipsy-dark-forces-psychasm-remix-preview-m1 lekka vibes:)
  7. hey guys im sharing this preview of a track im working on but found out very late that there was a problem with the competition. theres still lots missing , as was from the supplied sample pack. I took the liberty to create a glitched version seeing that the competition has closed. lekka vibes:) edit 22 Aug : Added some loops I made from the sample pack, choped off more than a minute. I think this is enough for now.
  8. Artist: Psilocybian Title: Unfold Oneself Into Endlessness Label: BMSS Records Date: November, 2014 01: Wonderfantabulous 02: Dreamability 03: A thing about inconsequent Reverberation 04: Pathways 05: Science Friction 06: Strawberry Fields 07: Unfold Oneself into Endlessness 08: PsiloCybian & Deimos - Waveform with a mind of its own 09: Yield 10: NLO 11: Let me tell you about a weird Dream So we all know Sasa Dukic (Psilocybian) from his fine work in the full-on arena with albums like Dreamtime and Godhead. Both great stuff from a guy who likes to put a pinch of goa in all that he does. For his latest he delivers something that has been on his mind for quite a while. A chill-out album. It took me a long time to review this because I had the hardest time getting into it. And I'm lazy. Well, mostly because I'm lazy. This isn't the dreamy soundscape stuff you would expect from Ultimae or the crazy psychedelic madness from the likes of Shpongle. I suppose you would classify it as psychill (if you must), but it's really all over the map. In speaking with Sasa he basically said he wanted to make a chill out album that people could dance to. Say what now? The name chill out means to, well...chill out. Relax. Not dance. That's what the other stuff is for. So I had to wrap my brain around that mindf*ck. And let me tell you this isn't music that will help you escape, or drift off into memory. That's not what he wanted. A lot of the tracks are big beated. Don't think that's a word, but you know what I mean. Head nodding beats. He's not here to put you to sleep, but to wake your punk ass up and keep you grooving. He mentioned that this album was made without any inspiration from other artists so he took the music wherever it wanted to go without any distractions. Good for him. My favorite was Science Friction with its big beat and Shpongley vocal tacet. And he kept the goa special sauce in there, don't worry. It's really a very different type of chill album than I'm used to, but I think it hits some psychedelic notes. It has some really good melodies and as I mentioned he wanted you to dance with this so that's in here. He floats among all the styles, breakbeat, downtempo, ambient, even a little drum n bass. So there's probably something for everyone here. Not my favorite chill album, but an interesting foray into chill from a guy who knows how to craft a psytrance track. BMSS Psyshop
  9. You can now download our latest album Metaphysics 101 for free from our website. http://renegadesofbass.com/album/342739/metaphysics-101?autostart=true
  10. Infected Mushroom - Army of Mushrooms

    Artist: Infected Mushroom Title: Army of Mushrooms Label: Dim Mak Records Date: May, 2012 1. Never Mind 2. Nothing to say 3. Send me an angel 4. U R so fucked 5. The Rat 6. Nation of wusses 7. Wanted To 8. Serve my thirst 9. I Shine 10. Drum N' Bassa 11. The Pretender 12. The Messenger 2012 13. Swingish (Bonus Track) Elder statesmen Infected Mushroom are the Def Leppard of the psytrance genre. Minus the big 80's hair. And probably mother/daughter threesomes, alcoholic binges, and Behind the Music special. For hard rockers Def Leppard it was Pyromania and Hysteria that put them on the map and they've been riding that pony for 3 decades. After those two albums it was pretty much downhill in terms of quality as many a soccer mom could be heard rocking their latest ballad in the Honda Odyssey on the way to little Timmy's qudditch tournament. IM's claim to fame was The Gathering and Classical Mushroom and after that depending on your point of view things may or may not have gone seriously wrong. While still clinging to their roots they seemed to veer off into commercial territory. I defy you to label their music other than what the haters would undeniably call crap. Their last album Legend of the Black Shawarma had it's moments and mixed results so do we have to put up with more singing or have they changed course yet again? One thing you can say is that this project has a knack for pissing people off. As I mentioned with the last album it was the singing. Here it is the equally polarizing field of dubstep. You either love it or hate it. On this effort they combine the carnal robotic knowledge of dubstep with some of the Riddler's funky groove. This is evident from the 1st track Nevermind which will keep the toe tapping and head spinning when it morphs into the wobbly speaker shredding dubstep. Nothing to Say has plenty to say with a nice bouncy beat and melody. Which is then utterly destroyed by one of the worst buildups I have ever heard. Ever. But I love the smashing dubstep that comes immediately after, but why did they have to ruin it with that buildup? Because that's what they f*cking do. Send Me an Angel- Is that Hebrew? Call me an anti-semite if you must, but it's not a very pretty language to sing. I bet he spit all over the microphone. Oh, and this track also has the second (it was very close) worst buildup of all time. U R So Fucked.... yeeeeeeaaaaaaah....... Even if you ignore the title the Trent Reznor-like screaming his nobody loves me angst is absolutely horrible. Luckily The Rat follows and that is some toe tapping fun and a thumping you're only likely to receive if you ask a fat lady when her baby is due. Nation of Wusses continues the funk party forcing Soul Train lines to spontaneously erupt wherever you look. And an uplifting melody? Get the f*ck outta here. Must. Get Down. To Dubstep. And the dubstep is never far behind. As the wobbly and squelchy short track Wanted To proves. The female vocal ain't bad and all I can say is at least it isn't Dudev singing. Serve My Thirst unfortunately sees a return to the singing and it, uh...it ain't pretty. There is more singing on I Shine, but truthfully it's not that bad. The beat is ultra catchy and when that happens you can overlook a lot. At this point I'm still kinda numb but even I can recognize the harsh guitar leads and vocal manipulations that has been the calling card of IM for a while. But because dubstep is their shiny new toy they cram it into the Drum n Baasa track as well. Of course for me it was the most memorable part of that track. Oh, and the painful buildups. Please make it stop. The Messanger is their epic track that shows how musical and theatrical they can be. Symphonic, classical, and very dramatic. Goes from downtempo to very uptempo and back and reminds me of Dancing with Quadaffi. Oh and you didn't think they would leave the dubstep out of this track did you? C'mon, they had almost 11 minutes to fill. The end reminds of some 1980's Jan Hammer soundtrack stuff. Pretty cool. The final "bonus track" is Swingish and I'll be honest at this point my mind is overloaded and it sounded like all the rest of the tracks. Can I decline a bonus track? Look this is what they do and who they are. Let go of the past because it doesn't seem like they have any interest in returning to it. Their style is un boxworthy and all over the place, but their sound production is still flawless. So take it for what it is. A good time. Sometimes I think they manipulate sounds and just make noise because they can. They still bring the beats and let's not forget this is still dance music. It's a lot to take in for one listening, but I enjoyed it. Most of it. Beatport Goa Store Saiko Sounds Beatspace Psyshop Mdk
  11. I enjoyed this. Especially since my soundcloud feed has been letting me down these last few weeks. Thoughts?
  12. Check out our EP Deconstructing the machine available for Free on our website. Thanks Everyone hope you enjoy it..... http://renegadesofbass.com/album/330880/deconstructing-the-machine?autostart=true
  13. Human Error - The DNA is DOA

    Artist: Human Error Title: The DNA is DOA Label: CRL Studios Date: April, 2012 1. Population 0 2. The DNA is DOA 3. Overrun 4. Inevitable 5. Hopeless Utopia (c0ma Remix) 6. Satcom 410-NE (Tokee Remix) 7. Hopeless Utopia (Dyskhord Remix) 8. Satcom 410-NE (Lucidstatic Remix) 9. Finite (Pandora's Black Book Remix) "Once you actually start to look around...you start to wonder if you'd be doing society a favor by getting rid of all these people." Ok the Donald Trump hordes are getting out of control. Please know that this is a very vocal minority of people that follow this douche pickle. Imagine a not so distant future where the basic normalcy of life has been disrupted. Where democracy has ceased to exist and man has reverted to his more tribal instincts. Technology has evolved, but not all are privy to it and everywhere are faded and crumbling monoliths to our past greatness. Not prospering. Just surviving. Pretty much every post apocalyptic movie ever made. May I introduce you to its very bleak soundtrack. Human Error is Tom Box from the UK and he has created quite the atmosphere full of futuristic melancholy. He explores all areas of downtempo with breakbeats, dark ambient, and industrial glitch. It flows from still quiet to aggressive menace all while carrying its sense of dread like a scar. Worth a listen surely and it's one of those name your price digital albums. But I'll warn you the latter part leans heavily towards the industrial side of things. Human Error Bandcamp
  14. tried to fuse couple of things there hope i got it somehow right enjoy and constructive feedback will be great https://soundcloud.com/mark-glinsky/itch-it-out
  15. Artist: Kalya Scintilla Title: Dance The Spiral Never Ending Label: Merkaba Music Date: January, 2012 01 - Rises In The East (80 BPM) 02 - Whomp Shanti (85 BPM) 03 - Bone & Stone (70 BPM) 04 - The Sands Of Grime (90 BPM) 05 - Break Belief Bounce (feat. Alice Spacedoll) (100 BPM) 06 - Listen With Your Heart (70 BPM) 07 - Caravan Planet (100 BPM) 08 - Swaggered (104 BPM) 09 - Way Of The Tarot (95 BPM) 10 - The Velvet Squish (70 BPM) 11 - Dance The Spiral Never Ending (feat. Alice Spacedoll) (105 BPM) "I'm all about that bass, bout that bass, no treble!" Get it big guy. Smooches! "Sure I could get up at dawn..." "Go to a job I hate that does not inspire me creatively, for the rest of my life..." "Or I could wake up at noon and learn how to play the sitar." F*ck you Daisy you can have that little mouse d*ck motherf*cker. Take Asian melodies, some oh so juicy bass, and throw in random glitchy electronic swagger and you've got this album. Originally released in 2012 it is now being offered freely by your favorite free music site. I think this guy loves him some weed based on sample usage and track titles. The album itself is a great mix of ethnic acoustic instruments and the ever present wobbly bass. But it's not just bloops and bleeps around a bass line. I mean that's in there, but there are melodies and intricate layers as well. Some of the coolest things I found in here were drum loops from songs you've heard on the radio. The track lengths are also kept fairly short (none reach 6 minutes) to keep the listener from burn out. Pun intended. Free at Ektoplazm Mdk
  16. Radioactive Sandwich - B-Sides Vol. 1

    Artist: Radioactive Sandwich Title: B-Sides Vol. 1 Label: Self Released Date: March, 2012 1. Facebreaker 2. Falling Down 3. Make It Clap 4. Jabberwockey 5. Flying Guillotine 6. Resolution 7. The Wall 8. No Sound 9. Tundra 10. Sun In The Sea "I'm an American...you're a sick asshole!" Take that metric system! When I don't know what to write I go get a sandwich. My favorite is a radioactive one. These two are a better version of the Chemical Brothers. Big beats, moody vocals, and not afraid to use the latest trends in music. This is a collection of stuff they made before 2012 that never made it onto an album. Some of them sound like sketches and are pretty short. So what do you do with it? B-sides baby! You cannot pigeon hole these guys cause just when you're comfortable they turn the tables on you. It's electronic creativity at its finest that jumps genres and treats tempos as a suggestion. Check out this lyric: "You're f*cking ugly and I hate you. I wish you would just go and die...in a fire." Wedding vows...they ain't what they used to be. This was offered for whatever you thought it was worth awhile ago, but now that's over. They've given away a lot on Ektoplazm in the past so now it's time to throw a few scheckles their way. So for less than 4 bucks you can have some great stuff in your inbox. When you need to take a break from psytrance, but still want to keep it psychedelic check this out. B-sides...Maybe. If the b stands for bad-ass. Radioactive Sandwich Bandcamp Mdk
  17. VA Ethneomystica Vol. 2 compiled by Maiia released by Mystic Sound Records! Preview with tracks tags: https://soundcloud.com/mystic-sound-records/va-ethneomystica-vol-2-preview Available at the Bandcamp Tracklist: 1. Bioscape – One With Nature 2. Yechidah – Winter Dub Shelter 3. Naturelement – Diviner’s Sage 4. Supersillyus – Touchy Subject 5. Narcose – They Always Come At Night 6. Wolfen Technologies feat. SuKhush – Deep Tone 7. Globular – Initial Conditions 8. Harmonic Frequency – Sun Makes Everything More Beautiful 9. Chronos – Leelah 10.Perpetual Loop – Too Long At The Sun Release info: Mystic Sound Records presents a new amazing PsyDub compilation, the second chapter of the long-awaited story – Ethneomystica, which is carefully selected by Maiia! Eleven talented producers from around the world have joined together to create incredible music for your pleasure. You can find a new musical vision of the Ethneomystica world from such well known masters of sound as Supersillyus, Globular, Yechidah, Chronos, Bioscape, Naturelement, Narcose, Wolfen Technologies, Harmonic Frequency, Perpetual Loop, and SuKhush. Ethneomystica gives a mind-blasting view on modern electronic music which totally is a fusion of styles combining breakbeat with psychedelic, dub and live instruments, glitch and fat basslines. This is must hear! Prepare yourself for a journey through the ethno mystical world full of enchanting melodies, groovy rhythms and deep bass. Comes with high quality analog mastering by Manifold Studio http://manifold-studio.com/eng/ and cover art by Art group Line https://www.facebook.com/groups/325430850881320 Beatport Juno Amazon Google Play iTunes
  18. I've posted some preview clips of tracks from my forthcoming album "Photon Grimoires" Don't forget to leave comments if you dig the sounds.... --
  19. Sound Strider - Intrepid Travels EP

    Artist: Sound Strider Title: Intrepid Travels EP Label: La Briche Records Date: February, 2014 01 - The Stakes (115 BPM) 02 - Menlo Park (115 BPM) 03 - Childhoods End (115 BPM) 04 - Limit (130 BPM) 05 - Betoniere (105 BPM) Gritty beats, juicy bass, and samples aplenty is what you get here. Throw in some turntablism and the recipe for nasty in a good way is there. Sometimes the percussion is off beat on purpose which is kinda cool. I feel they do themselves a disservice though with the extended length of their tracks at this slow bpm. What's that? They're not that long? So why the f*ck did it feel like I was running through pudding? Childhood Dream sounded like a slow depressive spiral where they were just f*cking with their machines. Betoniere was random messing about to my ears. The whole thing didn't have enough variation to fill the space. It's an...interesting break from the everyday I would say... In May... On a stack of hay... If you're...gay? *phone rings* "Hello? You're with who? Ah, human resources. Yes, I understand, I'll...I'll be right up" Damn, that's the third time this week. They must really like me. Free at Ektoplazm Mdk
  20. Schlang - Little Information Deposits EP

    Artist: Schlang Title: Little Information Deposits EP Label: Ektoplazm Date: March, 2014 01 - Gangster Computer God (75/150) 02 - Philip K. Dick Stuff (128) 03 - Plus Or Minus (67.5/135) 04 - OneHundreds (80/160) What is the fascination with project names that sound like a man's junk? Schlang is one vowel away from being known as the private parts of a man. And to title your EP Little Information Deposits suggest that you and your tiny junk have a leaking problem. Maybe Schlang is German for Itchy Weiner. Meh, maybe it's only my juvenile mind. I say itchy cause this sh*t is glitchy with heavily manipulated samples. There are elements of techno, electro, and dub all over break beats. Some of it is well done, but there are a LOT of samples. Too many I would say and the long tracks can make the listener weary. Frequent changes can be good, but there wasn't any phrase or part in any of the tracks which I could grab on to. And if you don't grab me right away then I'll be happy to introduce you to one of my closest friends. "Hi there, have you had the pleasure of meeting my dear friend the delete button?" Free at Ektoplazm Mdk
  21. Psystep has lots of flavors, but very few actual tracks. Last year I made Intelligence Quotient, a mix based on IDM and a really strange niche of psystep that highlights really slow and tripped out music. This time it's more chilled out, with the classic psystep elements of Heavy Gravity. Lots of variety and interesting soundscapes, melodies, and textures. This one starts out nice and slow, but picks up quite a bit as it progresses. Enjoy! Ott - Adrift In Hilbert Space [Ottsonic] Chris Komus - Everything Just Started To Go Apart [Enig'matik] Whitebear - Lost in Vibrations (Pt. II) [Muti] Slackbaba - The Wanderer [Mystic Sound] Quanta - Nature of Reality [Dubmission] Gibson - Regal Beetle [Merkaba] Birds of Paradise - Phyzicism [Additech] Desert Dwellers - Seeing Things (Eat Static Remix) [Twisted] Bird of Prey - Atrium [iboga] KarmasynK - Psylther [swamp Music] Mr. Bill - Shatter (Whitebear Remix) [Adapted] Soulacybin - Moldavisions [Merkaba] Image credit to lindelokse. Left-click to download: Ziptnf - Liquid Compounds (64:30) 148 MB ~320kbps
  22. Mumukshu - Time Passes At Various Speeds EP

    Artist: Mumukshu Title: Time Passes At Various Speeds EP Label: Released on Ektoplazm Date: January, 2014 01 - Transformative Adventures (100 BPM) 02 - Parallel Planes (105 BPM) 03 - Time Passes At Various Speeds (105 BPM) 04 - Folding (108 BPM) Sounding more like something you'd order from a sushi restaurant Mumukshu is American Jacob Penn who has made something I can nod my head to. Bouncy breakbeats and plenty of bass sounds with melodies that give it a sense of grandeur. There are glitchy tendencies of course, but it's not just noise. Computer sounds are melded creatively with melody and the whole thing is rather juicy. Sometimes I think it can lose it's way, but definitely worth a listen. Free at Ektoplazm Mdk
  23. Bogtrotter - Sonic Visions EP

    Artist: Bogtrotter Title: Sonic Visions EP Label: None Date: December, 25 2013 01 - Bogtrotter - Mystery Beneath (72 BPM ; 7/4) 02 - Bogtrotter - Sonic Visions (68 BPM) 03 - Grouch - Perfukt (Bogtrotter Remix) (70 BPM ; 6/4) 04 - Bogtrotter - Unknown (80 BPM) 05 - Bogtrotter - The Escape (70 BPM) 06 - Bogtrotter - Dismal Direction (74 BPM) This is some slow twisted sh*t. Know how I know? For starters, there are 6 tracks and the size is 66.6MB. "I am evil Homer! I am evil Homer!" Whattya need a f*cking roadmap? That's some evil sh*t. You know that's what he was going for it's not a f*cking accident. Do you know how hard it is to make a file size come out to that exact amount? Second, look at the bpms. Barely average a c*nt hair above 70. Waiting for the last bit of ketchup to tumble out of the bottle clocks in at 80. The producer is from the Midwest and it's a known fact that the portal to hell is around there some where. And then there's Charlie Sheen. Yeah he's on here. And he's "winning." There are quicksand slow beats with underworld bubbling. Dubby basses and satanically manipulated samples. Even the track titles are dark. It's not for me, but I can appreciate the effort and attention to detail. This isn't just some cut and paste sh*t. Free at Ektoplazm Mdk
  24. Max Million's first EP "Afterimages" released on TBMr Records digitally and physical on 14 Feb aswell in all major platforms After multiple features on various label compilations including Ultimae records , here comes Afterimages , Max Million's first four track EP on TBMr Records This is the official teaser Audio mastering by Vincent Villuis | Ultimae Studio Video by KOMMAK LIMITED EDITION CD out 14 Feb 2014 on TBMr Records. Reserve a copy here: http://thinkbabymusic.com/node/217 Digital Release OUT NOW > https://thinkbabymusic.bandcamp.com/album/max-million-afterimages
  25. Xenofish - Decoder

    Hey guys, today I got my second release on Ektoplazm! It's a mix between drum and bass and psychedelic atmospheres. You can download it on Ektoplazm: http://www.ektoplazm.com/free-music/xenofish-decoder Just leave some comments and say what do you think about the whole release.
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