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That groovy bassline... gimme gimme GIMME !

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Latotale    2

Hi everybody

 

Im so happy that i found a place where psyfreaks still gather. Facebook festroyed forums infortunately.

 

Im from morocco, i dont speak english usually, so excuse me if i sound a little bit funny

 

So... im starting this topic cause im trying to find some fullon tracks that got dynamic and kind of sophisticated groove. Bassline with patterns that changes frequently so that my ears can achieve orgasm (did i just said that lol)

 

I dont have a lot of examples, except maybe these two tracks

 

https://youtu.be/4Yip4HT2eIg

 

https://youtu.be/8wLxX6_rrGY

 

I dont care if its oldschool fullon as long as it got this energy in its guts...

 

Thanks everyone ! Have a nice day

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Meltwater    14

You know, it's not exactly full-on, but this has been my favorite psy bassline for...I don't know, 12 years? Thirteen?  Whenever I first heard it, back in high school.
 


 
 
It doesn't have the same groove feel as classic full-on but god damn does it kick so much ass.

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Latotale    2

You know, it's not exactly full-on, but this has been my favorite psy bassline for...I don't know, 12 years? Thirteen? Whenever I first heard it, back in high school.

 

 

 

It doesn't have the same groove feel as classic full-on but god damn does it kick so much ass.

Yeah i know this track, chi ad has some very good goa productions. You might check out the full on remix by lani.

 

I remember also his tracks eye am the i, serpent fire, those were days in outerspace for me. This goa ages very well.

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Padmapani    360

you mean like this:

 

 

 

 

?

 

most of the fullon from 2000-2005 sounds like that. gms and psysex were among the first to make these basslines, talamasca and astrix followed soon afterwards, and it became the quasi standard. cosmosis does an especially good job (no one makes groovy/funky psytrance like him).

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Shpongled247    70

T Frizza brings the funk you might be looking for

 

 

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Meltwater    14

This count as groovy?

 

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Latotale    2

you mean like this:

 

 

 

 

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most of the fullon from 2000-2005 sounds like that. gms and psysex were among the first to make these basslines, talamasca and astrix followed soon afterwards, and it became the quasi standard. cosmosis does an especially good job (no one makes groovy/funky psytrance like him).

Beautiful ! Thank you my friend !

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Latotale    2

T Frizza brings the funk you might be looking for

 

 

Terrafractyl has some really good psychedelic inspiration. I didnt knew these two tracks thank you

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Latotale    2

@padmapani

 

You're right. Oldschool full on have those kind of basslines

 

Its reminds me of

 

deedrah - reload

 

This track is the bomb

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Latotale    2

Thank you @recursion loop !!

 

The laughing buddhas track is exactly what im searching for. So groovy !!!

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Latotale    2

After one minute approximatively, the bassline in this track kick ass. Perfect music for dancing

 

Scatterbrain - space invaders

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Latotale    2

@john820 yeah talamasca has a good usage of bassline

 

This track is also good

talamasca - odyssey

 

The pattern change a lot in this track.

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Latotale    2

@colinoood thank you

 

You know your track eyes of the beholder is one of my favourite goa track.

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