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  1. Proxeeus, aka Jerome Lesterps from France, has been elucidating the goa scene for a while now. His free debut album At The Mountains of Madness was a raw interlude of his potential. The second statement Weird Tales surprised many of us with a fantastic progression in song structure and production it its entirety compared to the debut. He was getting better and better. After that Proxeeus appeared on a number of compilations with stellar tracks such as Cthulhu Lives (Lotus) and Me, myself, and a Gnop-keh (Elan Vital). These tracks unveiled the new sound of Proxeeus where he far supersedes what he has done in the past (and that was already very good). We got more melodies, more travelling and more energy. On december 21st 2018 his 3rd album was released, Non-Euclidean Geometry on Goa Madness Records. Many goa fans were looking forward to this end-of-year climax. And .... Proxeeus delivers with a bang! Title: Non-Euclidian Geometry Arist: Proxeeus Label: Goa Madness Records (Belgium) Released: December 21 2018 Format: CD and Digital Tracklist: 1. Liber Ivonis 10:15 2. Ephraim Waite 10:25 3. What the Red Glare Meant 08:42 4. The Hounds of Tindalos 10:02 5. Down the Six Thousand Steps 08:27 6. The Unnamable 09:55 7. Old Keziah 11:13 8. Yog-Sothoth is the Gate 09:23 9. And Madness Followed (BONUS TRACK) Proxeeus' tracknames are influenced by the fantasy stories of author H.P. Lovecraft. He wrote about other worlds and aliens so much bigger and smarter than humans, we couldn't even begin to understand it. No soft mellow intro here, Liber Ivonis immediately gets the goa vibe going with so much melodies and kicking bass. It's a train that never stops. If you are looking for acid, just leave the album playing, because the second bliss Ephraim Waite is all that and more! Acid, more acid, and even more acid!! Intertwined with lovely warm synth melodies this track is a blaster. And the clarity of the sounds, wow, I can almost touch them. What the red glare meant thrives on a sort of hollow sound and starts a tad darker. But the majestic synths are back to take over. As a treat Proxeeus creates a metallic acid sound, Emmanuel Top like, like techno on speed. Very night-ish psychedelic stuff right here. The finale is super trippy. Proxeeus means business, and continues this bulldozer of an album with The hounds of Tindalos, a synth loaded and darker sounding track with acid blips in the back making you crazy. Hell, there is even an epic melody finishing with synths/acid mixed together to give an unforgettable dancefloor experience. Down the Six Thousand steps begins lighthearted but transforms rather quick in a dark monster where Proxeeus decides to take the aggressiveness up a notch. Next up is the liquid track The Unnamable. Liquid because of the sounds and the organic feel of it. Each minute we hear a new journey, but they flow flawlessly into each other. From warm to harsh and back to warm. Old Keziah is total immersion in Proxeeus land. Pulsating synths and acid fly around. How he creates the screaming climax is pure genius. The last track of the physical cd is Yog-Sothoth is The gate. Futuristic goa trance with sweet and banging melodic synth lines. The progression throughout the track is great again. Nothing feels monotonous, not predictable at all. That's the catch. And the fact that you know you're getting a great ending is so rewarding and pleasant. A joyful bonus track And Madness Followed is granted in the digital version on bandcamp. A 10 minute long odyssey to get all those goa brains melting on the dancefloor is the cherry on the cake. What a demolition track. We made it! Sooooo: The album is extremely coherent sound- and structure wise. You can listen to one track and be blown away, but the whole album is such an experience that you have to listen to it in its entirety. And appreciate it in its full length. The production quality is superb and not one single sound is out of place. Every track takes you on a journey to a parallel universe. Proxeeus is at the forefront of goa trance and this album is his magnum opus. Well, maybe until the next one. Who knows what comes next?? Jerome has much more to show us, I'm sure. Art like this only comes along once in a while. E-Mantra's Arcana, Artifact303's Back To Space, and now Proxeeus' Non-Euclidian Geometry. You nailed it, mister. Hats off. Buy link: Goa Madness Records Bandcamp
  2. OUT NOW! Goa Madness Records is proud to present you the third full lenght album of Jerome Lesterps aka Proxeeus: Non Euclidean Geometry! This piece of art will take you on a journey through Proxeeus deepest (and weirdest) toughts. Growling acid sounds, Screaming leads, strongly oldschool goa influenced grooves and highly sci-fi influenced atmospheres will kick you into outerspace to discover the hidden worlds of his mind. Even though Jerome is staying loyal to the musical style of his previous releases, you will notice a more deeper and melodical approach in this new opus. The madness continues! Order here: Goa Madness Official Bandcamp Tracklist: 1: Liber Ivonis 2: Ephraim Waite 3: What the Red Glare Meant 4: The Hounds of Tindalos 5: Down the Six Thousand Steps 6: The Unnamable 7: Old Keziah 8: Yog-Sothoth is the Gate 9: And Madness Followed (Bonus track: only available via the goa madness official Bandcamp) Artwork by: Hubert Griffe Mastering by: Tim Schuldt Samples: Soundcloud Interview:
  3. RELEASE DATE - 3rd October 2017 Here it comes from Serbia. Young talented Goa Trance producer Nikola Petrović aka Imba, bringing us amazing collection of energetic acid lines combine with dynamic sort of melodies and presenting some serious Goa Trance dance floor tracks here. Absolutely noticeable is his collab companion on this EP, also one of the firmly present artist on nowadays new school Goa Trance scene. It's about Proxeeus and we are welcoming them both at your label with this wonderful release. Title: Golden Times EP Artist: Imba Label: Spacedock Records Format: Digital Catalogue Number: SDDG012 Distributer: Bandcamp Genre: Electronica Style: Psychedelic Goa Trance Track List: 01. Imba & Proxeeus - Golden Times (152 BPM) 02. Imba - Festival Season (147 BPM) Label info: www.facebook.com/Spacedockrecords Samples:
  4. Artist: Proxeeus Title: Weird Tales Label: Goa Madness Records Release date: 02.11.2016 Track list: 1: A Lone Mi Go 2: The Shoggoth In The Mirror 3: Something Lurks On Yuggoth 4: He Waits Dreaming 5: Tekeli Ii 6: What The Moon Brings 7: Let's Goof 8: The Mad Poet Of Sana'a 9: Fhtang No More Who Is Proxeeus? Well, Jerome Lesterps is his name and he is a guy from France. Pretty new to the scene but he has made quite the name for himself and that is "The dude who has some serious 303 issues." In the summer of 2015, he released his debut album called "At The Mountain Of Madness" on Ektoplazm (download it for free here: http://www.ektoplazm.com/free-music/proxeeus-at-the-mountains-of-madness) A release that standed out and had a few of my favorite tracks like Vimanas and Chandra Knows. I, unfortunately didnt have the honor of hearing him live but I did listen to his gigs online and just by looking at him you can feel the serious vibe that he emits! I like that. Now that we've introduced ourselves, lets get back to business! The album cover has the Lovecraft motif (like the previous album as well) and I actually got introduced to Lovecraft's literature quite recently so this set the theme for me perfectly! As you people know, I'm not good with technicalities so I'll write how tracks make me feel as I'm writting this as I listen to the album for the second time. Bear with me! The story begins with A Lone Mi Go and it kicks of with quite the energy. A catchy razor sharp electric melody gets introduced with a lot of ambient noises that set the mood vey well for the rest of the album to come. Next comes The Shoggoth In The Mirror. Just like in Lovecraft's short stories, everything goes awry very quickly, and so does this album! The track has a dark and hypnotic pounding tone and is riddled with acid and the track ends with a BLAST! There is something calling to us from the depths and who are you to resist? Something Lurks On Yuggoth. The crawling chaos. . . creeping and building up as the track progresses. I thoroughly enjoyed it. A story of its own. He Waits Dreaming this track sounds so oldschool to me, which is of cource a good thing! On a few notes some sounds gave me the "NDMA - The Answer" feel, maybe Im tripping. But then again, what IS real? You have been seeing strange silhouettes and weird noises all day. The second half of the track gets pretty aggressive. Jerome definitely likes to end his tracks with a blast. With Tekeli Ii I hear how Jerome's sound matured compared to his previous album. There is a lot stuff to hear yet it's all tidy and organized. Just pay close attention at @4:55! Words are starting to fail me... What The Moon Brings... Well it brings a perfectly balanced combo of melody and acid. One of my favorite tracks! Let's Goof is pretty straight forward. A dance-floor oriented track I think. Didnt like it as much but its still great. The Mad Poet Of Sana'a has an easternish melody. He had an obsession with instruments made of glass and metal and had used them to combine them into yet weirder objects. He was known for doing strange magic involving electricity and people were as much as in awe as they were afraid of him... The album ends with Fhtang No More. A more melodic and brighter track, and a last stand against the eeriness. A hope for dawn. Jerome is a bard that sings his songs through the TB-303. His tracks are interchanging constantly. A lot of peaks and a lot of lows. A lot of thought was invested into the ambient which is then followed by a lot of entropy. A balanced chemical reaction which is then disrupted just to be returned to its calm and stable state again. Favorite tracks: 2!, 3, 4, 5!!, 6 Edit: I tried to figure out what my favorite tracks were, but I literally think that all of them are standouts except Let's Goof which isnt AS amazing as the rest. Its a wonderful album and a worthy successor! Grade 7/7 from me! You can buy it here: http://www.beatspace.com/9800/Goa+Madness+Records/PROXEEUS/Weird+Tales/detail.aspx https://goamadnessrecords.bandcamp.com/album/weird-tales
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    Proxeeus - At the Mountains of Madness

    Hello, people of Goa. It is an honor to me to write this review of Proxeeus' debut album, entitled At the Mountains of Madness. It is an honor, because this release has a special meaning. First of all, it is released on July the 14th, which is the French National Day, comemorating the Storming of the Bastille. And it is no coincidence that NeoGoa has chosen this very day to spot a fair light on the Proxeeus project, which proudly represents France in the Goa scene. It is also an honor, because this very day is also the 5th birthday of the NeoGoa adventure. Introducing a new artist to celebrate this time of the year is definitely a great way to spread the Goa flag. Hence it is a good opportunity to recall that NeoGoa has been a brilliant label all over the years, constant in quality and innovation, and that had definitely left its print in this scene. I shall also add, as a personnal remark, that the very first full-lenghth Goa release that I ever listened to was Dimensional Gateway vol. III, and that from this day this label has been for me a criterion to determine the average quality of a newschool product. Henceforth, I say to you, NeoGoa : a big thank you, and a happy birthday. I wish you eternal glory. Now, let's talk music. Introduction Behind the Proxeeus projects is Jérôme Lesterps, a rising artist who has spent a whole year building himself a reputation in the realm of Goa Trance. One year ago, he was anonymous. But after much work he managed to participate to some releases : Stellar Discovery [Goa Galaxy] in summer 2014 Celestial Transvibrations [NeoGoa] in winter 2014 Psychedelicus [Goalogique], Floating Between the Moon and the Sun [Goa Madness] and Translinguistic Perceptions [Visionary Shamanics] in spring 2015 And now a full lenghth album released by a famous Goa label. This rapid evolution can be explain by the peculiarity of his sound. A sincere acidic sound inherited from the golden days, with an extra supplement of smoothness and a rusty groove. It is with this musical signature that Proxeeus made me like acidic Goa Trance. At first I found it to be bizarre, but I gradually got into it, even though his music offered many little imperfections. Sometimes a bit bland, sometimes too fluffy, or too confuse, and pretty repetitive from track to track. According to me, the biggest challenge that Proxeeus had to deal with with the Mountains of Madness was to overcome these many issues to produce a brighter sound. The concept At the Mountains of Madness The title of the album in itself conveys us to an unusual destination. But the promise is clear. The journey will take us to an ascending spiral of altered mental states, until we reach the top of psychedelicness. Madness will be explored in its utmost glory, as mountains tend to be associated with something dominant and transcendant. The style This is the hardest part of the review. Depicting sounds with words is not a natural thing, but it is important to put an impression on an artist's fragrance. First of all, Jérôme Proxeeus remains here truthful to his former tracks. The album is characterized by a very strong feeling of organic-ness. While many Goa artists tend to focus on a story-telling structure with narrative movements, and resort to mythological motives, Proxeeus prefers to brew a mixture of sounds, like a sorcerer making up a potion. Psychedelicness is attained through the unfolding of many textures, through the cooling and warming of the beverage, through the chemical reactions that occur between the many drooling, peeping, bubbling sounds of 303 sparks cooking up amidst the bassline cauldron. The music acts as a warm fluid, a psychedelic lava that progressively enters the mind to make consciousness boil like a strange philtre. And this is precisely what I like about Proxeeus' sound : it's liquid, and it proceeds by waves. It has amplitude, regularity, roundness, just like water. Warm water. When I close my eyes while listening to this music, a biologic scenery unfolds in my mind. Many Goa artists tend to create a vast, cosmic sonic space, to fill it with energy, and to shake it with a sismic energy in order to create spacequakes, thanks to heavy basslines. Proxeeus does not. Instead, he occupies the space with a muffled bassline and dense textures that gives a feeling of an inner resonance. It's a bit of an underwater sensation that, combined with a organic input provided by the acid loops and the hot tempo, plunges your body in an amniotic bath. It is a carnal music, but in an intimate, cocooning sense. The heat of the music is the heat of a breath ; the pumping is a heartbeat ; the fluidity is like blood running. Adding up to this biologic theater, there is an underlying cyberpunk theme. Machines meet hot organic fluids. Living organs are connected to computers through wires. Sinister atmospheres of an uncanny laboratory go through the tracks. A mechanical menace is heard echoing. And accross the Galaxy, malevolent cyborg aboard their starships seek to rapture the living. The coldness of steel responds to the warm vividness of the body. And that is very interesting, because it highlights the relationships between the actual Jérôme Proxeeus, a being of flesh and bones, and the metallic instruments which he tries to make sing. But overall, it is an introvert music with a silky touch, a deep music aligned with the body's frequencies which uplifts organic memories from time to time, a shamanistic beverage with a retro sci-fi accent. The global mood of the track, with its deepening reverberations, put you in a stasis suitable to a psychedelic experience, and the constant buzzing of coloured spots all around the tracks puts the mind into a hallucinogenic state that soon becomes a form of enlightened madness. The plot The story takes place in a far future. Mankind is rotting in decay across the Galaxy. Machines are supreme and lead the Milky Way, while sloth and slunder have paralyzed most of humans. In the dark suburbs of one of the largest human colony, a rumor has spread. There is a new drug that circulates underground, an illegal substance with legendary properties that people struggle to obtain. Its name is ayahuasca, a synthetic product famous to awaken ancient memories from one's ancestors. But Proxeeus is a young hacker that isn't interested by drugs. One day, as he enters confidential files of the deep net, a mysterious entity appears within his occulus rift. It is a living hologram, a artificial intelligence made up of algorhythms who claim to be Hanuman, an ancient Hindu god. As Proxeeus talks to him, the divinity progressively takes possession of him. Hanuman's goal is to counter a conspiracy, machines plotting to enslave manking to a higher degree, a mechanical menace that threatens the colony and beyond. That's why he reveals to Proxeeus a code – the Vimana, to hack the machines, but his brain cannot handle it. To make his plan work, Hunaman sends the human to collect as much ayahuasca as possible, so that the god penetrates further into his mind, and expands it from the inside. As he is tripping high, Proxeeus deviates from his course, and enters a dimension against which the junkies warned him about : the Mountains of Madness, a range of hallucinogenic peaks against which consciousness is wrecked. As the hackers sinks into insanity, Hanuman seeks the cybernet for the help of another hologram : Chandra. The final track tells depicts the ruins scattered around the Sea of Tranquillity... The tracks 1. Across the Galaxy Dark, mysterious, stomping. A modern track with a bassline reminding me of Etnica – Intense Visitation, and cool electric FX. 08:36 is mind-opening. A- 2. Hanuman Deep. Twisted. Dedallic. A bit funky. Somehow recalls me of Miranda. A- 3. Vimanas I didn't expect this more full-onic bassline into Proxxeus' universe. Some metallic, scrapping sounds recall early psytrance. A slightly bit itchy for my taste. But I liked a lot the oriental climaxic melodies, which are very hypnotic. A 4. Mechanical Menace Very shamanic. Crazy and ritualistic. I would definitely dance to this one. A- 5. At the Mountains of Madness Some rare acid spirals in it. The bassline is awesome. Hard scratching acid. The climax is profound. A 6. Ayahuasca Classic acid trance, with some oriental highlights. B/B- 7. Chandra Knows A very futuristic track with a compelling cyberpunk atmosphere. A- 8. The Sea of Tranquillity You guys know that I don't like Goa downtempo. So, I won't rate this track :/ Overall : challenge succeeded. Proxeeus has refined his sound, and created an amazing album. He now stands as the new Semsis, even if he incorporates modern influences that recall early psytrance 1998 style (like X-Dream). Examples of Semsis : Planet, 1997 Pile, 1996 Artwork Not bad. The moon looked photoshopped. Overall it reminds me of a little something... Conclusion Cool music that is excellent to regulate your mental states. It's not surprizing that Jérôme Proxeeus found therapeutic virtues in this form of Goa Trance. GJ. DOWNLOAD FOR FREE
  6. OUT NOW! Goa Madness Records is very proud to present the second album of Jerome Lesterps aka Proxeeus: "Weird Tales". After the success of his first album on Neogoa Records, Jerome is finally back with his epic acid sounds, tortured leads and groovy rhythms. With a true respect for the sound of classical Goatrance from the late 90's, this release will kick you back in time and make your body and mind shake like never before. Many of those tracks have already been approved on several dancefloor's around the world so, don't hesitate! Grab your copy and enter the madness! Tracklist: 1: A Lone Mi Go 2: The Shoggoth in the Mirror 3: Something Lurks on Yuggoth 4: He Waits Dreaming 5: Tekeli - li 6: What The Moon Brings 7: Lets Goof 8: The Mad Poet Of Sana'a 9: Fhtagn No More Artwork by: Neogoa Design Preview: Soundcloud Grab your copy here: Beatspace
  7. TOPIC UPDATED 30.9.2015: THIS IS FINAL INFO The very first announcement of a goa party in Helsinki : Date: Friday 20.11.2015 Time: (20.00 doors) 21.00-04.00 Place: Remix Nightclub, Iso Roobertinkatu 10, Helsinki, Finland Theme: Neogoa Records 5th anniversary party Line up (all live acts): Profetia, Vantaa, Finland (Aural Connection Records) Nebula Meltdown, Helsinki, Finland (Suntrip Records) Proxeeus, Paris, France (Neogoa Records) Lunar Dawn, Moscenica, Croatia (Neogoa Records) GoaTree, Bratislava, Slovakia (Neogoa Records) Tickets: http://www.tiketti.fi/Neogoa-Records-5-Year-Anniversary-Party-Remix-Nightclub-tickets/34975 Arranger: Goa Trance Lovers Finland (me) and Matti Aronen supported by Neogoa Records, Croatia Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/533239686823832/ This page will be the one to folllow for instant updates https://www.facebook.com/goatranceloversfinland?ref=hl
  8. I am glad to inform that Proxeeus and Neogoa Records along with Goa Trance Lovers Finland (myself as a party organizer) will be featured in a psytrance radio programme Back To Mad @ Bassoradio http://livetaajuus.fi/radio/bassoradio/Wednesday 18.11.2015 22.00-24.00 p.m. Finnish time (UTC +2). The radio show is preliminary to Neogoa Rec 5 Year Anniversary Party in Helsinki, Finland 20.11.2015. Tune in for Proxeeus interview first time in Finland along with his selected tracks
  9. OUT NOW! Goa Madness Records strikes again with a brand new compilation coming from outer space! After their successful previous releases, they are now proud to present you “Evolutive Perceptions”! A blend of some of the best artists that goatrance has to offer nowadays, presenting all their own interpretations of this precious style! Our cosmic voyage starts with the Croatian master “Omnivox” who delivers a nice atmospheric piece of art. "A part of change" is filled with crunchy sounds, floating melodies and spacey soundscapes that will assure a flawless takeoff of our trip. “Space Elves” presents the fresh but still oldskoolish "Bitter & Twisted" that will fill your legs with a good dose of energy to shake yourself on every dancefloor. Our Belgian Pride “Asmik”, brings a nice and groovy track enhanced by acid sounds and psytrance influences. Beware of next one, because the acidic master "Proxeeus" teams up with the upcoming Belgian artist "Ohm Mind" to awaken the gods! “Shivas Awakens" is a very “retro oriented” track blended with euphoric melodies & mysterious chants. Our travel enters then into another, more sombre world... “Illumination” by “JaraLuca” will for sure become a dancefloor tsunami. His acid sounds & powerful leads will smash into your face like never before! The Macedonian duo “Cosmic Dimension” makes a nice transition between more darkish atmospheres evolving into melodic and enchanted harmonies. The Dark Matter will act on you like a spiral, swirling again and again and again... We are also very proud to present you the first release of Arcane Voice. This Serbian artist, normally more used to progressive sounds under his other alias "Nature", delivers here a very melodic & entrancing track. "Infinite amount of energy" will become a favourite for sure in lots of Goatrance lovers hearts. Then, comes “Butterfly Effect”. A pure melodic diamond that will make you trance with a big smile on your face. The emotional melodies and the typical groove of “Nova Fractal” are blended with the very spacey and tasty E-mantra sounds... The compilation ends with “Winter Breaker” by “Ephedra”. A very melodic & emotional track that will remind you the good summer times & trance moments while entering the cold season. Enjoy the madness! Tracklist 1: Omnivox : A Part Of Change 2: Space Elves : Bitter & Twisted 3: Asmik: Shimmering Onexta 4: Ohm Mind & Proxeeus : Shiva Awakens 5: JaraLuca : Illumination 6: Arcane Voice : Infinite Amount Of Energy 7: Cosmic Dimension : The Dark Matter 8: Nova Fractal & E-Mantra : Butterfly Effect 9: Ephedra : Winter Breaker Artwork by: Neogoa Preview: Soundcloud Buy here: Beatspace , Psyshop
  10. I'm happy to reveal concept art, tracklist and album teaser for the upcoming Proxeeus album - At The Mountains Of Madness, to be released under Neogoa netlabel in May, 2015. Previews for two tracks are up on our Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/neogoa/at_the_mountains Tracklist: 01 - Across The Galaxy (10:18) 02 - Hanuman (07:43) 03 - Vimanas (11:35) 04 - Mechanical Menace (09:08) 05 - At The Mountains Of Madness (08:22) 06 - Ayahuasca (10:31) 07 - Chandra Knows (08:26) 08 - The Sea Of Tranquillity (10:26) More updates will be posted in the upcoming weeks!
  11. OUT NOW! Goa Madness Records is very proud to present to you their 3rd release: Floating between the moon & the sun! Eight beautiful tracks selected with love & passion by Ephedra & Kuririn! This compilation will take you on a journey from the acidic sounds of nighttime Goatrance to the melodic & trancy vibes for the shiny mornings. It all starts with the French newcomer Proxeeus, who will kick you back in time with some acidic oldskool sounds (remember the golden 90’s?). Next, M-run delivers his typical groovy beats & psycho sounds of which he alone knows the secret and Nova Fractal will smash you into space with his stellar remix of Artifact303: “In your mind”. The compilation then evolves with a very bouncy track from the Swedish master Trinodia followed by Goatree who brings a very melodic & acidic track with a Psytrance edge. Ephedra & Imba strike back with a pure morning track coming from the deep cosmos while JIS brings you a very melodic & trancey piece of art. The compilation ends with a sublime downtempo track from the French producer Crossing Mind! Just listen & let yourself float… between the moon & the sun. Tracklist: 1: Proxeeus - Ramayana (Original mix) 2: M-Run - Sons Of The Temple 3: Artifact303: In Your Mind (Nova Fractal Remix) 4: Trinodia - Distiled Illusions (2014 mix) 5: GoaTree - Syslit Joint 6: Ephedra & Imba - Cosmic Harmony 7: Jis - Zero Gravity 8: Crossing Mind - Iridium Zone (2014) Artwork by: Neogoa Buy physical: beatspace psyshop suntrip goastore Buy digital: beatspace Beatport Juno Preview: Soundcloud Release date: March 2015
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