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  1. Another Kaiju Lounge concept mix, fueled by PsyDnB and Psybreaks! Follow a cybernetic junglist on their journey through a distant world in the far future. Tracklist Mellow Sonic - Monsoon Flowers 00:00 Ender & Morbeat - Phosphenes 07:50 Xenofish - Spectral Edges 14:00 Mellow Sonic - Discovery 20:24 Cybernetika - Monolithic 25:54 Mellow Sonic - Cloudburst 33:00 Beatroots - Drawing Straws 38:10 Cybernetika - Starchild 44:24 Cryomatter - Reassembly 52:35 Beatroots - Shoulder To Shoulder (feat. Alice Hazel Thomas) 55:52
  2. I've thought about doing a sequel to my relatively popular Encrypted Universe but hadn't gotten around to digging for it. There are basically 3 people who rule this sound: Xenofish, Mellow Sonic, and Cybernetika, and none of them are signed to any labels or have any new releases in the past 3-4 years anyway. So unless they all make a comeback I wouldn't anticipate many more of these mixes. The neuro stuff seemed to fit nicely in a 20ish minute block towards the end. I tried to get the most listenable neurofunk available considering a vast majority of it is actually hurts to listen to. Had a lo
  3. Starting off 2020 with that rare and elusive genre, PsyDnB! Like the soundtrack to a dystopian sci-fi story, we blast off at 180 BPM on a psychedelic journey with the latest Kaiju Lounge mix. Tracklist Zis0ky - Into the Abyss 00:00 Cybernetika - Towards The End Of Time 07:50 Mellow Sonic - Sapphire 15:50 Cybernetika - Constellations 20:06 Xenofish & Mellow Sonic - Radiating Scapes 27:55 Shivaxi & Xenofish - No Turning Back 33:33 Mellow Sonic - Intergalactix 39:26 Xenofish - Datastasis 45:52 Xenofish & Mellow Sonic - Revenger Call 50:54
  4. The last time I attempted to make a mix of psychedelic drum & bass, it was a little all over the place. While there were a few great tracks, the mix had next to no flow, and the variety was far too much to be considered a legitimate representation of such a rare style. The theme of science fiction allowed me to mix neurofunk into this set, and the spacey sounds fit perfectly with what I was trying to do. Lots of energy and interesting music here. Enjoy! Cybernetika - Devoid of Gravity [Ektoplazm] Lumin Essence - Phobos [Genome] Cybernetika - Hayashis Journey [Ektoplazm] Xen
  5. Hey guys. Can anyone recommend me any real tribal psybreaks? Most of the psybreaks i found are definitely NOT psy. If for instance you listen to the Broken Robot records (they themselves as psybreaks) - they are in fact just a normal breaks breaks, neurofunk and all that robot slyle music. I'm looking for tribal, ethnic, shamanic psy groove. So hard to find real one... This direction i'm talking about: https://soundcloud.com/ra-djan/ra-maayan https://soundcloud.com/mettakin/vodun
  6. 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.
  7. Anima Fuga: http://radjan.bandcamp.com/track/anima-fuga Ra Djan is a live-electronic duo from Tel Aviv, Kiev & Tashkent. Their style is an eclectic mixture of psychedelic breaks, ethnic beats, shamanic mysticism and electronic flashes. Band has no boundaries in music genres: art is created only when genre comes after the ideas and intuition, and not when it is mediated by fashion or mainstream.
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