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Goa/Psy from outside the scene?

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Post any examples you have of stuff that has a goa/psy vibe even though it's not technically part of the scene.

 

This guy mostly made IDM but this is a pure goa track for me:

 

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Themaniac    70

I don't know why but every damn time I hear scooter I feel like punching someone while having this big grin on my face!  :D

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winterelegy    13

This guy does Industrial but typically (especially on this album) has a big psy influence




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winterelegy    13

Another "industrial guy who incorporates a lot of psy influence"


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Blair Thaumic    131

Well, EBM and goa trance share a common ancestor in synth-pop, so it's not too surprising that there would be similar sounds in both genres.

 

Sometimes the influence is more direct... The Klinik went through a period where most of their music was goa/psy inspired. Check out this track from Sonic Surgery:

 

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XoArK    54

Another "industrial guy who incorporates a lot of psy influence"

 

 

Sounds like Wizzy Noise and other Psytechno bands around 2000-2006.

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Padmapani    343

that first scooter track actually sounds a lot like modern progressive (the kind that j00f mantra would release).

 

then of course there's 10 ragas to a disco beat:

 

and obviously the odd trance track that sounds more like goa than the majority of actual goa:

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Plusminus    1

Pure goa-trance from EBM masters: Velvet Acid Christ - Mindphlux (Trip Zone Mix)

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Steve Hillage - The Glorious Om Riff from 1978

 

For me, this one is something like the mother of psy-trance.

Steve Hillage began in the early 1990s to release under the pseudonyme "System 7".

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