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  1. A Goa Trance LP with selected tracks from four different goa projects of Filipe Santos: Hesire, Kelmar, Moon Knight, Ramose. A good value pack and introduction to Filipe Santos current (2019/2020) catalog of Goa works. Tracklist: 1-Hesire - Sekhemkhet 2-Kelmar - Jaia Res 3-Moon Knight - Fist Of Khonshu 4-Moon Knight - The Afterlife Is Now 5-Ramose - Enter 6-Ramose - Hidden 7-Ramose - Kismet 8-Ramose - Orchid Release notes: For people that love to observe, study, learn and respect other faiths and beliefs. credits released January 2, 2020 https://filipesantos.bandcamp.com/album/prestige [Review in progress/placeholder] Introduction The artwork altough pretty, doesn't properly convey the mood of the tracks on offer. It's a pretty generic cliché cyberpunk girl, ala Major Motoko Kusanagi from Ghost In The Shell. It would have been more fitting with artwork similar to that found on the [Ramose - Heart Scarab Of Hatnefer EP] with a clear ancient Egyptian theme. The current artwork is more in the vein of what I would expect from a standard full-on/psy-trance release. So with that out of the way, let's move on to what really mathers here, namely the music. The LP starts of with the very catchy tune Hesire - Sekhemkhet. Which is as Egyptian as they come, it has huge Nitzhonot kick drums. Which delivers blistering punches and doubled, tripled steps, to make your feets move, like a dancing mummy just recently resurrected from a 4665 years long sleep. Eager to dust of the golden dancing sandals, and party like it's 2645 BC again. Dancing away on the buried step pyramid of Sekhemkhet. Like something out of the music video to Daft Punk's, Around the World. The tune features plenty of interesting layers, and there is a good attentiol to details in the programmed patterns and sonic landscape. A good start to the LP, as it picks up the pace right away. If this was a full album it would have been great to start it of with a downtempo goa track. Like those found on, the Kodename Desert Storm - Trade Mission At Night EP. The next track Kelmar - Jaia Res, is a more bubbly and swirly acidic stomper. Not as melodically rich as the previous number, it's a more aggressive night-time focused track. It's however texturally rich in it's own acidic way. The track is very fast, giving the impression of traveling fast by chariot in the night, or flying with the wings of Khepri, over some desert.Not bad aye, but over to my next favourite track on this compilation. The track in question is Moon Knight - Fist Of Khonshu, which along with Hesire - Sekhemkhet and Moon Knight - The Afterlife Is Now, are my favourites so far. This is a really engaging, exciting and above all dancy tune! It has a dark ominus aura, evocative of the night-time moon temple rituals, and is aided by an aggressive pounding kick of the classical Greek Nitzhonot arsenal. Laser kicking and punching his way forward, Khonshu is without remorse for any shattered temples along the way. The Egyptian moon god Khonsu's journey seems as everlasting as the eternal night, good thing that this moon god has the epiteth of pathfinder. The track tells enigmatic replete night-time stories of the highest excellence, straight from the underworld. This track features lots of phosphorescent, lysergic effects which are contrasted by sounds of a more organic nature, such as flutes and lush pads. Conclusion
  2. Tracklist 1J'uahb Kuha'T 9:41 2Heif8:01 [Review in progress] Another day, means another interesting release/project from the man with One Thousand and One Aliases. This EP is da bomb, It's like a hybrid of the Pandemonium-A Mad Scientist Night EP, and the Bunraku³ ‎– Arabian Nights Album. Needless to say, it is VERY very veeery oriental and cartoony. It's as if Filipe channeled Alladin or Ali Baba, I have no clue where he gets all of these oriental melodies from. But I won't complain, they are entertaining, and very animated. Unfortunately as per usual, this isn't available anywere that I could see, except on youtube. Which of course as we all know by now, defies all logic. But oh well, who needs logic, when we have bunch of funny oriental Nitzhogoa tracks to dance to? The album artwork alone puts a smile on my face from one ear to another, what was the thought process behind it? Who knows, its mildly bizarre, funny and cute, all at the same time, the style of the cover is perhaps best described as beeing manga and Disney inspired, disney-goa? Frozen meets Egyptian goa themes. It reminds me of the video game Metal Slug, which had some really cool egyptian themed levels with mummies. There is like a creative overload both in the music and in the ideas that the artist wanted to convey via the cover artwork. The artwork is a collage of ideas really, and a collage of different mismatching styles. But it's original and I like the emoji style, the running wrapped mummy and the cow, I'll give them credit for that. It's a bit like those collages that kids make sometimes on the lid of the refrigerator, with some stories told with different stickers. The label name under which this EP was released under is also bizzare/funny. Jehovah Tsidkenu Records, let that sink in for a while. It's so out there, that I'm not even sure what to add more than that It's humourous to the max. The cover artwork features The Annoying Rajah face silhouette, with sunglasses, which is used as a logo on most of the releases under this moniker. It could be that the album cover makes reference to the family life of the artist. As there are babies, and a couple on it. Who knows perhaps the album artwork was a collaborative family effort?
  3. Artist: Agrabah Title: Pharaohs of the Galaxy Label: Sita Records Date: June, 2017 1. Visitors 2. Pharaohs of the Galaxy 3. Endless Sunshine 4. The Freeman 5. Destination Moon 6. Schrödinger's Camel 7. A Tale of Blue and Orange 8. Inside the Magic Lamp 9. Cyclamen Anyone else have trouble spelling Pharaohs? It's that f*cking a before o that gets me. All right here's what I know about Sita Records. They don't release a lot of stuff. They are different than the other labels when it comes to goa trance, releasing music that is more nitzhonot or uplifting in nature. Now that may or may not be your thing. I don't know what you're into. Probably some kinky sh*t that you don't want your mom to find out about. Worry not, your secret is safe with me. As I've stated previously it's hard to take Nitzho seriously with all its rampaging melodies and laser kicks. Agneton seems to really enjoy it though. Have you seen his Facebook videos? That dude is hype! Anyhow this up and coming project successfully blends goa and nitzhonot so that it's not a total cheesefest. The album is short coming in at under 60 minutes. Power is there, melodies of course, and I think if there was a soundtrack to Middle East life this might be it. It's hard not to nod your head to this and as usual with this label the sound quality is top notch. I don't know what the bpm's were on Inside the Magic Lamp, but if you're not careful listening to it while driving a ticket could be in your future. Normally I don't like my music moving at the speed of freefall, but this was pretty cool and intense. That said there are tracks where the niztho buildup envelope is pushed almost to the breaking point (Schrodinger's Camel), but those were rare. The wheel wasn't reinvented with this album, but I did enjoy it's pace and the melody work even if sometimes it threatened to go off the rails. Sita Records Bandcamp Psyshop Beatspace
  4. Release notes: An album brought by Filipe Luis Dos Santos. Dedicated to those who are seeking their soulmate, their other half so they can complete themselves and become one. Style: NitzhoGoa released December 27, 2019 https://glaiverecords.bandcamp.com/album/orchid-ep [Review in progress/check back soon] Introduction Placeholder
  5. Hi everybody Since I discovered Psychedelic Trance, there are approximately 1-2 years I have never ceased to observe what I had observed in the Hardcore scene, Industrial, Rock,...etc : there are so many styles and sub-styles that it becomes a mess to find a way and we sometimes end (or even often) to nonsensical debates about how we will appoint or not appoint, define or not define, this or that music or this or that style. So I decided there are now more than a year to create a doc in PDF form gathering all styles of Psychedelic Trance and their characteristics without making pies of texts to infinity and beyond. It will be a little more than a year (or almost, must take breaks anyway ) to skim all anglophone and francophone forums, searching the most representative artists of every style, and recovering some information and definitions stuffed with spelling mistakes on Wikipedia, clumsy repetitions, discount translations all straight out of the English version of Wikipedia passed under Google Translate, and other calamities, and to correct then to complement them. Obviously, if you find an ugly lack of agreement/spelling well hidden in the bushes, an incomplete definition, or one of your prefered style/artist thatsmasheseverythingbutreallyeverything that is not referenced, feel free to sh*t in my face please let me know, it will be corrected in the shortest possible time if need there. Last update of the PDF: 03.10.2019 at 11:56 p.m. (Paris time) Here is the link for the English version: https://www.dropbox.com/s/x7po6dz18w4e0rm/Psytrance%20(EN).pdf?dl=0 Here is the link for the (original) French version: https://www.dropbox.com/s/eoi1kr5tbnydhul/Psytrance.pdf?dl=0 /!\ The Dropbox online reader doesn't support external and internal links in pdf files anymore, so you must download it and open it with a pdf reader if you want the links to work /!\ Here is the original (French) post on the French forum "trancegoa.org" : https://www.trancegoa.org/forum/trance/40857_mise-a-jour-n50-la-trance-psychedelique-dans-son-integralite Thank you for your attention
  6. Tracklist 1–Mana Source-Krystal Clear6:12 2–Medusis-Sanctuary6:22 3–Mind Reset-Parasite Eve7:09 4–Räma-Karisma7:24 5–Sleeping Buddha-Cherry Blossom6:33 6–Medusis-Aghast6:32 7–Mana Source-Karmageddon7:07 8–Mind Reset-Spiralistik6:20 9–Räma-Night Prism7:28 10–Gankyil-Wheel Of Joy6:50 11–Doc Von Ooze-Hexon Fluid6:07 12–Mana Source-Moon Minerium6:47 [Placeholder/review in progress] So what is this you might wonder? At first glance it seems to be a standard compilation featuring various artists, but on a closer inspection it seems to be only one artist present. Namely Filipe Santos under his various aliases. So this is basically more of an artist album/best of. The only track that slightly deviates from this is: Medusis-Aghast, which according to discogs was a collaborative effort between Filipe and Christina, which I would assume is/was a girlfriend? I really like the artwork and the font design it's reminiscent of how the Tantrance compilations used to look. Anyone better than me at reviews are welcome to contribute. I'll try to write something more in-depth later, but I just noticed that this compilation was missing here. If anybody manages to get a hold of the compilation that is. As these aren't available anymore from what I can tell online. I think some if not all tracks are available on youtube, so that's an option for anyone interested in listening or reviewing the compilation. Räma-Night Prism is certainly the standout track of the bunch. Räma-Karisma is a good track as well, but it was featured already on the comilation Protozoa, way back in 2010.
  7. A 4 EP CD and digital release, and it's out NOW All info here: http://www.beatspace.com/sitarep02-dance-of-the-kirlia.html Listen Previews: Support Shamosis:
  8. Sita records is proud to present "sands of time", the debut album of belgium based nitzhogoa artist Rayavana! Combining both old and modern sounds with dramatic melodies in a high velocity form, this album has everything for lovers of fast and energetic Nitzhogoa. OUT NOW!!!! Buy it here: http://www.beatspace.com/sitarcd015-sands-of-time.html --- Tracklist: 1 sands of time 2 atomic power 3 flight of yuri gagarin 4 scattered alien remains 5 rayavana's conquest of the holy land 6 chaos theory 7 extracting the mind 8 connected thought patterns 9 tesla's dreams
  9. Hi ppl! I d like to present to you my new EP SOON OUT @ http://www.beatspace.com/10287/Jama+Bosse+Productions/JBC+ARKADII/Mysterious+Places/detail.aspx @itunes @beatport @juno etc JBC Arkadii - Mysterious Places EP release date: 11 august 2017 label: jama bosse production Tracklist: - JBC arkadii - Midnight trees - JBC arkadii - Moon tribe - JBC arkadii - Inside the black hole - JBC arkadii - resource of life Samples: Thanky you fro support! I really hope you ll like it.
  10. Artist: Rayavana Title: Exit Human Perception Ep Label: Neogoa Date: June, 2017 01 - Secrets Of Time (155 BPM) 02 - Back From The Future (157 BPM) 03 - Perennial Journey Through The Mind (158 BPM) 04 - Tetra Zod (160 BPM) Neogoa has released their first foray into the high speed niche of nitzhogoa. I'll come right out and level with you that I don't care for this type of music. It's oftentimes cheesy and all the time mentally exhausting. But even though I don't like it I can appreciate it and the fact that a lot of people do like it. And if you're a fan of this particular style then this is a must download. The melodies are typically fast and furious with great sound. I didn't find it particularly deep, but I did like his use of layers. There is a lot of energy here. I think the holy grail for goa freaks who are hesitant to give this music a chance is a nice balance between Nitzho and goa trance. As Antic mentioned the debut album from Agneton fit squarely in this category. This leans more towards the frenetic Nitzho side so hardcore goa heads will probably give it a pass, but it does nitzhogoa very well. Neogoa Bandcamp
  11. RELEASED! Buy it here: http://www.beatspace.com/10175/Sita+Records/AGRABAH/Pharaohs+Of+The+Galaxy/detail.aspx Or digitally: https://beatspacesita.bandcamp.com/album/pharaohs-of-the-galaxy-sitarcd014 Nitzhogoa in the style of Goalien, mostly... dancefloor-tested and approved in the outskirts of the israeli desert! :-) 1. Visitors 2. Pharaohs Of The Galaxy 3. Endless Sunshine 4. The Freeman 5. Destination Moon 6. Schrödinger's Camel 7. A Tale Of Blue And Orange 8. Inside The Magic Lamp (feat. Rayavana) 9. Cyclamen Full tracks on youtube here:
  12. We're excited to introduce you our latest discovery from Belgium - Rayavana. Behind the project is young and passionate nitzhogoa producer Joeri Coosemans who is debuting on our label with 4-track EP entitled 'Exit Human Perception'. This release is a must-have for every fan of nitzhogoa and everyone who likes their Goa fast, energetic and highly melodic. Tracklist: 01 - Secrets Of Time (155 BPM) 02 - Back From The Future (157 BPM) 03 - Perennial Journey Through The Mind (158 BPM) 04 - Tetra Zod (160 BPM) All tracks written and produced by Joeri Coosemans (Rayavana) Mastering by Igor Čeranić at Deimos Soundlabs Artwork design by Richpa at Neogoa Design Exit Human Perception is now available for download. Download and support this release on Bandcamp: http://bit.ly/GetRayavana SoundCloud samples: https://soundcloud.com/neogoarecords/rayavana-exit-human-perception More Rayavana at: Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/rayavana SoundCloud - http://www.soundcloud.com/rayavana Get in touch with Neogoa Records: Official Website - http://www.neogoa.net Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/neogoarecords Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/neogoarecords Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/neogoarecords Google Plus - http://www.google.com/+neogoarecords SoundCloud - http://www.soundcloud.com/neogoarecords
  13. Artist: Zopmanika Title: Mysteryland Label: Sita Records Date: April, 2016 1. Liquid Dreams 2. Ice Queen 3. Crystalinks 4. Annular Eclipse 5. Fantasy Land 6.Trip To Nowhere 7. As Far As The End of the Sky (Feat. Agneton) 8. Look Into Yourself 9. Lost Touch With Reality He can't believe he's gonna get another crack at those interns... I'm a pretty busy guy, so I don't get to review as many albums that I'd like. Remember when we'd get like...4 goa releases a year in the mid 2000's? Well those days are gone and it can be difficult to keep up with the amount of new talent that's bursting onto the scene. Sita is run by Elias Gits and if you're Facebook friends with him you know that he's really busy being handsome and playing parties all over the world. After a very quiet 2015 Sita Records released the debut album of Bojan Taneski and man it was like...crickets. Did you hear anything about it? I sure didn't. Now Sita is the label that attempts to combine Nitzhonot with goa trance into a sound we can all enjoy and for the most part they've been successful. Personally I'm not a fan of the nitzhonot genre...too crazy and goofy. But there have been albums where it when blended with goa trance it has been done well. This is a bit of a mixed bag. Ice Queen is a powerful track with racing melodies while the longest track here Crystalinks stumbles with its changes in tempo and those same hyper melodies. I believe Trip To Nowhere strikes the right balance and even that gets a little cheesy near the end. Oftentimes it gets a little too Fiddler on the Roof for me. There are pumping beats throughout, but there are also segments of tracks where it's empty thumping or saturated with fist pumping nitzho craziness. And all that craziness is getting me tired. Perhaps nitzhonot is a young man's music, so the kids in Israel and Greece will probably love this. Yes I realize the irony of saying the music appeals to the young while using a gif from an old movie. Smart guy. Bottom line this is heavily nitzho influenced so if that ain't your bag baby, best move on. Psyshop Beatspace
  14. Hey Guys! I'm new at this forum, and im want to share with you brand new nitzhogoa track i released 3 days ago Enjoy and im waiting for comments!
  15. When it comes to nitzhogoa music, than there is no better example or showcase for that kind of sub-genre than Sita Records, Belgium/Norway based record label run by Elias Gits aka. Agneton and Boris Huskić aka. Goalien. So far they released two compilations – Nitz-ho-goa, Protoza and two albums – Goalien – Psychedelic Dilemma and Persistent Aura – The Grand Julian. Their fifth release is sequel to their Protozoa compilation, entitled: Interstellar Evolution and it's compiled by label-heads Agneton and Goalien. Is it evolution, well let's find out! Artist: Various Album: Protozoa 2.0 Label: Sita Records Style: Nitzhogoa Tracklist: Goalien - Discarded Entity (Part I) (06:39) JBC Arkadii - Air (08:10) Midi Rico - Explosions Wackier (06:58) Zed Reactor - Vega Sector (08:02) Dragun - Brave New World (07:04) Ephedra - Time Machine (07:26) Phargua - Digital Dew (07:59) Ephedra - Landscapes From Heaven (Extended Version) (08:17) Ion Vader - Liquidious Fleshbag (07:53) Goalien - Discarded Entity (Part II) (08:21) First track is Discarded Entity (Part I) by Goalien and guess what it starts like one big badass hurricane, a bunch of oriental melodies followed with big beats on 157 BPM. I'm not that much into nitzhogoa music like some of you but in my case, Goalien is the ultimate king and he owns this genre. Discarded Entity proves that – superb track! I had pleasure to work with JBC Arkadii (Arkadii Tronets, from Russia) on Pantheon compilation and I must admit that I like his stuff and I was very curious about Air track. It starts slowly with little melodies in background, right after that comes rhythm and melody nicely devolpes until first break. Interesting part is around 4th minute mark – some amazing oriental-sounding scales. Nice track! Third track is from (at least for me) unknown artist called Midi Rico (Boris Hoechstetter from France). Explosions Wackier is energetic track and it got some interesting parts but after couple of listenings it gets dull and boring, but it's first release so hopefully next one I'll like more. Zed Reactor aka. George Antonopoulous from Greece is one of the better representatives of nitzhogoa style. Last year he released full-lenght on Ezel-Ebed Records and now he presents his new track Vega Sector here on Protozoa 2.0. Track got some nice beats but I'm not in best relationship with Zed's keyboards and melodies, so yeah this track is something similar to material on Interplanetary Entity but with better mastering. If you like Interplanetary Entity you gonna probably like this one too. Dragun is Hugo Aguair from Portugal and it seems that Brave New World is his debut release (kudos to Elias and Boris for giving an opportunity to new artists). First time I heard this track I tought how chessy it is but after couple of listenings it's actually pretty solid. Love the melody around 4th minute mark (reminds me on Alienapia) and part which comes after, just great. It seems that Alexandre Cohen from Ephedra project decided to release as much as possible material in 2012, well that's actually great, especially because he delivers some solid Goa trance (on Shaltu) and now some nitzhogoa. Time Machine got one of the most epic nitzho drum-kicks, it's just perfect and love that kind of kicks, something similar Emmanuel from E-Mantra did on Valley Of The Kings track. Interesting part is around 6th minute mark, nice build up and good ending. Solid track! Phargua is Sander Moyson from Belgium and he is another deb here. Well, unlike the first two, this guy is familiar to me and I remember that I heard some of his works online and it was, hmm, good experience. Let's see what he brings in Digital Dew track. It's fast one, 158 BPMs but you won't feel rush at all, track is somehow deep at some points (after third minute), there are few nice melodies that I like a lot, especially the final one, wow! Phargua is for sure one of the positive findings. Landscapes From Heaven (Extended Version) is second track from Ephedra on this compilation and it's a bit faster, but more important – much much deeper and emotional than Time Machine. I love the way he layered this one, melodies are not that much in the forefront and if you're looking for some deep and emotional nitzhogoa, this would be perfect example. Good work! Ion Solounias from Greece is man behind Ion Vader project. He already released some tracks on various labels and now he's presenting his style on Sita Records. Liquidious Fleshbag kicks off very aggressive and you can feel the rush of nitzhogoa rawnes and power. If you ask me I really like this stuff, more aggressive than melodic, don't take me wrong, this track got plenty of melody but what define better Liquidious Fleshbag is that badass aggressive feeling. Superb track! Discarded Entity (Part II) is closing this compilation and second part is more subtile than first one. I'm still in love with part I and this one doesn't excite me that much yet, however it's good track for the ending of Protozoa 2.0. Conclusion – Is it better than first Protozoa? - No. It is evolution though and it does presents new artists and yeah, there are some superb tracks here but it would be unfair to discredit first Protozoa, just because the fact that it's one of my favorite nitzhogoa compilations, so this is something like Terminator 1 and Terminator 2, Alien and Aliens, Star Wars episode IV and The Empire Stikes Back. It's equally good and I would like to recommend this one not only to nitzhogoa addicts and collectors, but also to all of you who are into melodic and positive Goa trance music. It's mastered well and it got one damn nice artwork. Listen samples, buy release, find out more about Sita Records here: http://www.sita-records.com/
  16. SUBMOON EP 07 https://submoonrecords.bandcamp.com/album/vendetta-ep
  17. Artist: Eyal Iceman Title: Blast From the East EP Label: Sita Records Date: April, 2014 1. Blast From The East 2. Eternal Tribulations 3. Return To The Classix The Iceman is back! Tommy...(inhales deeply and exhales slowly) I swear to God if you weren't my sister's kid I would've fired you a long time ago. Now...could you please get me the right f*cking image before I lose my patience? Get out! Get out! Get the f*ck out!!! *throws stapler* And tell your mother you call that a meatloaf? I could've thrown that hard sh*t on the fire place! So...very...hard to find good help these days. Eyal was a pillar of the Nitzhonot community from back in the day and he's back with a three track EP from the current czar of nitzho Sita Records. The opening track is a quality blend of goa and Nitzhonot with warm and swirling melodies. Like all the tracks it's over 10 minutes and travels at a million miles an hour. Eternal Tribulations has a sound that is more nitzh with super fast melodies rising and falling. lead sounds change frequently with a very Infected Mushroom style near the end. Hyper, energetic, fun stuff. Back To The Classix is the longest track at almost 15 minutes! That's almost a f*cking sitcom. He was obviously attempting to ease us into things before he came out in full beserker nitzhonot mode. Felt like I was at my cousin's Bat Mitzvah. The layers seemed to be kept at a minimum while the melodies raced around hairpin turns. It's all a little too old testament for me. But I think that anyone who makes this type of trance knows there is a degree of cheese inside and to take it with a wink and a nod. But it's fun stuff and made for good times. Beatport Psyshop Mdk
  18. Artist: JBC Arkadii Title: Sounds From Tomorrow Label: Sita Records Date: April, 2013 1. Trance Galactic Voyage 2. Cosmic Butterflies 3. Mantra Trance 4. Colours of the Night Sky 5. Flashing 6. Sounds From Tomorrow 7. Transparent Emotion 8. Teleportation 9. Spirits Dream "If you come to me at this moment...your minutes will be come hours. Your hours will become days. And your days will become a lifetime." I'm not sh*tting you this is the exact phrase found at the counter of every DMV location in the states. It's the one thing they do consistently well. We live in a great time goa heads. Not just because we have porn on demand or twelve different flavors of 5 hour energy. Nope times are great when we have so many fantastic goa releases that some really great ones fly under the radar. This is Arkadii Tronets from the wilds of Russia and he's put his stamp on the whole nitzhogoa sub-genre. I'm the first on to call out nitzhonot as campy and corny, but he does a good job of keeping the frenetic kookiness to a minimum. He delivers fast paced goa melodies that make you want to dance like nobody is watching. It's music that looks different going into a break than coming out of it. It has that Middle Eastern vibe with a lot of descriptive layers. There will be one melody and then another sneaking in from the left. Mantra Trance will blow the doors off your Honda Accord so it's not lacking in power. Some might not be able to get past the laser kick, but I urge you to try, because the rewards are worth it. The sound is very clear so kudos to whomever did the mastering. I think it strikes a good balance between goa and nitzho staying true to both sides. Recommended. One thing, the Sita Records website appears to be down. I think I was redirected to an Israeli site telling me it was time to get my license renewed. Psyshop Beatspace Mdk
  19. Hey all! Our dear label artist Persistent Aura decided to compile some of his more succesfull party-tracks in a free release that is directly downloadable from our website Go have a look under the free music section--> http://www.sita-records.com/releases/free-music/ and enjoy! Oh and it's wav format so it's prety big...
  20. OUT NOW!!! Buy at http://beatspace.com/8220/Sita+Records/SHIVAX/Victory+Anthems+/detail.aspx ! Sita Records is proud to present the second album from one of the most upfront producers in the history of Nitzhogoa, hailing straight from Israel, Yanai Jascourt aka Shivax! After the success of his debut album, released previously in 2013 and resulting in a massive amount of succesful gigs around Israel and India in the course of the last year, Shivax acquired the experience to further upgrade and polish his unique productions, allowing him to boost his victorious trance style to a whole new level which will immerse the listener in an undiscovered realm of lush melodies, twisted eastern psychedelics and never-ending amounts of pure uptempo energy. Bigger, better and more powerful then ever, this album is bound to rock your world and change your vision on Nitzhogoa for once and always! Tracklist: 1. Initiation 2. Unknown Source 3. Ganesha Shanti (feat. Agneton) 4. Victory Anthems 5. Acid Horn (feat. Judaika) 6. Filterizations 7. A King's Tribute 8. Agneton - Het Was Zomer (Shivax remix) 9. The Iron Throne
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    Hi:) This is pretty easy, i need the track list of this set https://soundcloud.com/shmuel-dahan/nitzhogoa-set-lag-bomer Thanks!!
  22. Eyal Iceman ‎- Blast From The East E.P. Label: Sita Records Cat. Number: SITAREP01 Format: CD, Single (no CDr!) Country: Belgium Released: NOW!!!! Style: Nitzhogoa of course Tracklist 1 Eyal Iceman Blast From The East 13:13 2 Eyal Iceman Eternal Tribulations 11:20 3 Eyal Iceman Return To The Classix 14:47 BUY it @ http://www.psyshop.com/shop/CDs/sia/sia1cd901.html http://www.beatspace.com/7982/Sita+Records/EYAL+ICEMAN/Blast+From+The+East/detail.aspx http://www.discogs.com/Eyal-Iceman-Blast-From-The-East-EP/release/5528592
  23. It's out now!!! Listen and buy it @ http://www.beatspace.com/7932/Sita+Records/Various/Protozoa+3/detail.aspx https://www.psyshop.com/shop/CDs/sia/sia2cd009.html Style: NITZHOGOA of course!!! Tracklist: CD1: 1. Agneton - Eden Ahead 2. Goalien - Hathor 3. Shivax - Nitzotzot 4. Lotus - Hyperdrive 5. Persistent Aura - Tales of the Sun 6. Timofey - Megahertz 7. Spectrum & Somnium - Sanatorium 8. Negous - Anatolia 9. Ion Vader - Eccentricity Prevails CD2: 1. E-Mantra - Forgotten Rituals 2. JBC Arkadii - The World of Spirit 3. Zopmanika - Look Into Yourself 4. Ephedra - Golden Times 5. Shivax - Divine Intervention 6. Mervit - Sento Oforia (extended version) 7. Agneton - Horizon in your Head (Dragun remix) 8. Ion Vader feat. Goalien - Visual Pattern 9. Lunar Dawn - No Time (Nova Fractal remix)
  24. Artist: Agneton Title: Wizards From The Future Label: Sita Records Date: May, 2012 1. Silver Shadow Lifeforms Chapter 2 2. Back To Hyperion 3. Zap Kannon 4. Wizards from the future 5. Mega Magnet Style 6. In the heart of a dying star 7. Gigantoraptor Resurrection 8. Master of the universe - AGNETON FEAT. JAVI 9. Reach out live forever "I occasionally think how quickly our differences would vanish worldwide if we were facing an alien threat from outside this world." Really? You really think that? Have you seen congress lately? Old f*ckers can't agree on a cup of coffee. Writing a review isn't an exact science. If it were, the boob enlargement software would've already been downloaded to my droid and I'd be wearing a bra on my head like the gentlemen above. You've come a long way Iron Man. A long way. Sometimes I can pen one after just one listen. But the vast majority require multiple days or weeks and a seemingly endless amount of listens. Point is I have come up with ideas for reviews in all sorts of places and times. On the crapper, at 4 in the morning, while I'm grocery shopping. Hell once, I came up with a great idea while doin' the nasty, but I figured I better get back to the task at hand. I've been writing this one for about a month. Which means I keep listening to it over and over again. Normally I'd buy a plane ticket to Belgium and punch Elias in the face (worked with Rihanna), but he's friends with Boris (Goalien) and he scares me. Thing is when I was playing this each time it never got old. There were always new layers to immerse myself in. Elias Gits is arguably the king of mixing Nitzhonot and goa trance turning what was a cheesy art form and making a Reese's Cup. You got your nitzho in my goa...and I like it. Horizon in Your Head came out 4 years ago and if you liked that one then you are going to love this. Silver Shadow Lifeforms Chapter II- "The evidence seems to be overwhelming to me. That we've had an intimate inter relationship with them for several thousand years." A remix to Silver Shadow Lifeforms from Horizon in Your Head? I'm in. Always felt that the original while good was lacking in a bottom end. Seems that issue was addressed as well as an overall thickening of the track with more layers. The main lead also felt more lush and full with some more aggressive tendencies. Kinda like juggling with a power saw. The nitzho kick is ever present and you will be hearing quite a bit of it on this journey. Back To Hyperion- Now that he's eased you into his vision, make sure your seat belts are fastened because he just accelerated to incredible speed. How fast? Faster than you can say child protective services. The melodies come fast and furious with blinding speed, but he doesn't forget the little touches that make goa tracks so organic. Outer space effects, machine gun kicks, and even a little break beat. Guy is such a giver. And not a crumb of cheese to be found. Zap Kannon- "That's the best you can do? No new style?" Why fix what isn't broken. If you're waiting for dude to take his foot off the accelerator it ain't gonna happen. Blistering pace with more space effects and spiritual melodies. This one is a face melter. "Breaking news! The government has found a new way to eliminate the deficit by taxing masturbation." Wizards From The Future- "I don't make the rules...I just live by them." Doof Doof Doof Doof Doof Doof Doof Doof d-d-d- doof! First rule of nitzhogoa, you don't talk about nitzhogoa. 2nd rule...you better have that kick with you. If you forgot however, no worries Elias has plenty to spare. He changes tempo with storming leads that are quite frenetic. The growl at the end with the 303 is a twirler's paradise. Mega-Magnet Style- "A long time ago...in a galaxy far far away." This is nitzhogoa on steroids. Indy 500 fast melodies and samples from numerous different sci-fi movies? Yes please. You can tell he's having a good time with this and he's getting all crazy with the layering. In the Heart of a Dying Star- "Some people lose their faith because heaven shows them too little. How many people lose their faith because heaven shows them too much." "Do you know how you got that dent, in your top lip? Way back, before you were born, I told you a secret, then I put my finger there and I said "Shhhhh!" Can I get a hell yeah for a Prophecy movie sample? Layers of the goodness cascade down and it seems as if it is never ending. You get these short breaks with clever percussive sounds and then it's right back into the fray. Awe. Some. Gigantoraptor Resurrection- "I'm so f*cking scared!" There are a sh*tload of effects to go along with the rampaging melodies. You have entered a cheese free zone with delicious shimmery synths. This one leans more towards the goa side at times but still maintains the nitzho flair. You'll hear what I mean when the slight buildup staggers up the staircase. Master of the Universe- "By the power of Grayskull!" I have never seen more homoerotic imagery and pedophilia than in that cartoon. Have to say my parents were asleep at the wheel for this one. F*cking show was a NAMBLA wet dream. Javi (Jonas Slosse) lends a hand and if you don't know who that is you should check out The Aural Exciter. Good stuff. Now is this their take on the classic UX track? Damn you Elias for making me do homework. I was kicked out of school for a reason you know. I don't know if it is, but is sure does sound old school. It's an absolute scorcher with power lead beatdowns and a tension filled break. The melodies seem to scream at the top of their lungs and it is unrelenting. Reach Out Live Forever- "I posess a stellar converter...the most powerful weapon in the universe." Well I have a butter knife and I am about to get medeival on this bagel. Elias tells you that your liberal nancypants go feel yourself downtempo track isn't needed here. Kinda. It starts out fast with spacey pads and a cat quick bass line. Melodies tumble from the sky in a frenzy and just when you think it's balls to the wall the break comes. And what a break it is as effects soar across space and colorful nebulas of melody drift by. It ain't long before he whips you around with some real hyper-speed stuff to close it out. I didn't have to go through this track by track to review it, but I'm here to educate and entertain. Taken at face value evry track has super speed melodies, outer space effects, and well placed samples. His style is to give you some (like a 2nd date) and then give you a break. But the break is a set up for a change in melody. It clings to a heavy science fiction vibe the whole way through. He truly is the master of nitzhogoa. I enjoyed the crap out of it and hey if you want to shoot an autographed copy my way I won't be mad at ya. So if you like your Nitzhogoa sans cheese (and I know you do) then this is for you. For those that are not into the genre with both feet, it can get a little samey as it's full throttle all they way. Might be too much for you to handle. Not me though. I eagerly await his third album. Psyshop Beatspace Saiko Sounds Mdk
  25. Wallpapers: http://gasolin3.deviantart.com/art/JBC-Arkadii-Sounds-From-Tomorrow-372047881 All the cover work: http://gasolin3.deviantart.com/art/JBC-Arkadii-Sounds-From-Tomorrow-FULL-372046425
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