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I am just curious how and when other people started to hear Goa psy music...

how was the way that led you all to this awesome music?

 

How has your music taste changed over the course of your life?

Is there even better and more mature music than Goa out there? 

Is there a next musical step upwards after Goa?

 

Would be very nice if you would dive into your past and write down your approximate age + the music you loved at that time(Style, Bands, DJs...everything!) 

Youtube links woud be cool to. Maybe one track that describes the phase in your life the best!

I will do it for myselfe first ( i am born 1990):

 

START:

3-5 Years: My parents told me that i loved Russian chanson music and a guy called "Oleg Gasmanov"  ...i was singing it all the day xD

 

6 Years: I had a magical experience with Trance music on the family birthday party of my 18 years old cousine...my parents have all the euphoric dance expressions of me on video Tape...yeah <_< 

It was basically commercial stuff like Paul van dyke...But for a child pure Magic. Fantasy. Wonderland. Space. Insomnia. Madness.

I remember this track very well...it sounded very "hard" to me at that time.

 

7-10 Years: Modern Talking, russian Synthpop, Eurodance. CDs from my parents...

My favorite at that time.

 

10-13 Years: An Italian school Friend gave me a cassette with "Linkin Park - Hybrid Theory" from his older Sister and at this point  i became a hardcore Linkin Park fan!

I always liked the electronic elements in their music. After Linkin park i changed to the Emo side and my new flame was stuff like: Evanescens, Within Temptation, HIM, Nightwish and...I AM PROUD OF IT OK!!?

 

14-16 Years: I dont know how but i managed to download a Sven Väth Mix from the Internet. From this point on i Loved stuff like: Extrawelt, Pig&Dan, Boris Brejcha...but at the same time i was also into Progressive House and heard stuff like Deadmau5 or Glen Morrison. All in all this phase could be called Progressive Techno/House.

 

17-20 Years: Through Youtube i had the first Contact with Fullon and ProgPsy in 2006-07. Astrix, Astral Projection, Audiomatic, U-Recken, Vibe Tribe, Bizzare Contact, Sesto Sento and many more.

Man that was a crazy time!!!!!!!!!

At first i didnt even knew what goa is...until i bought Goa Head 2 on a flea market. I dont really know how old i was but Astral Projection - Kabbalah blew me away on this day. I remember the moment very well...

Since GH2 i could finnaly distinguish between Goa, Psytrance and Progressive. 

 

20-22 Years: Neurofunk, Dark Dubstep...

 

23-26 Years. GOA.

 

27-28 Years: Goa but more often the darker side of it...found Twilight Fullon for myselfe.

 

Now: Darkpsy, Dark Ambient, Dark Wave/Synth, Ebm, Industrial, Psychedelic/Space/Doom Rock.

 

 

so thats basically my musical "curriculum vitae" for now...:)

You are welcome to write yours my friends!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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thanosp81    299

Nice topic, I will prepare a proper timeline soon :D

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recursion loop    477
16 hours ago, Psychedelic Superbeast said:

My parents told me that i loved Russian chanson music and a guy called "Oleg Gasmanov"  ...i was singing it all the day xD

That's something I would absolutely never ever tell anyone

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8 hours ago, recursion loop said:

That's something I would absolutely never ever tell anyone

LOVED "Oleg Gasmanov" in the musical way ofcourse...:lol:

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Monumental    2

Really great topic. Thanks, guys. After reading a few good memories refreshed.

My childhood took place in the far north of Russia, in the city with name Norilsk. Somewhere around 1999-2000, we connected to the local network and the dial-up Internet. Once I downloaded a folder with the name "Electronic music" from an public ftp server. At that time I loved things like a Prodigy "No Good" and Bomfunk MC "Freestyler". So I added pack of new MP3s in Winamp and started playing Starcraft with my friend. And at some point caught myself thinking that I really impressive what sounds right now. Looked up at the media player and saw that the name of the track was Cosmosis "Gift of the Gods"... This was the very first acquaintance :)

I also was lucky with a good neighbor - a real music lover with cool audio system. He gave some CDs that are regularly ordered by mail... A lot of good stuff was in his collection... rare pearls from Dragonfly, TIP World etc.

And I remember that in our city there was a dnb scene. With closed parties(not for youngster like me), and with local DJs, producers and enthusiasts who always shared good things like a Cubase, Reason, FruityLoops and many others...

It was cool times... :)

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1 hour ago, Monumental said:

Really great topic. Thanks, guys. After reading a few good memories refreshed.

My childhood took place in the far north of Russia, in the city with name Norilsk. Somewhere around 1999-2000, we connected to the local network and the dial-up Internet. Once I downloaded a folder with the name "Electronic music" from an public ftp server. At that time I loved things like a Prodigy "No Good" and Bomfunk MC "Freestyler". So I added pack of new MP3s in Winamp and started playing Starcraft with my friend. And at some point caught myself thinking that I really impressive what sounds right now. Looked up at the media player and saw that the name of the track was Cosmosis "Gift of the Gods"... This was the very first acquaintance :)

I also was lucky with a good neighbor - a real music lover with cool audio system. He gave some CDs that are regularly ordered by mail... A lot of good stuff was in his collection... rare pearls from Dragonfly, TIP World etc.

And I remember that in our city there was a dnb scene. With closed parties(not for youngster like me), and with local DJs, producers and enthusiasts who always shared good things like a Cubase, Reason, FruityLoops and many others...

It was cool times... :)

Wow, you are lucky! 

Straight to GOA Trance...and also quite good goa trance(Cosmosis, Dragonfly rec...)

i had first to go through tonns of Fullon to finally find real Goa in the Ocean of Psytrance...but i love also the Fullon times!

 

Yeah the parties xD

i remember how i always met with my friends at friday to make a warm up with Psytrance. Then we went to the City Clubs to watch Girls and hear stupid Electro House or Techhouse xD

After the Club we heard Psytrance again and talked about the Girls and how stupid they are nowadays....i want to be 16 again! haha

 

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thanosp81    299

All right then, here is my story. Mostly accurate give or take a year, it's been a long time since ;)

I had no interest in music until the age of 13-14 (94-95) when my father bought me a Sony compact Hi-Fi for getting a degree in English language. It had a lot of buttons and shiny displays so I had to use it. So I opened my sister's drawer (2 years older) where she kept her cassettes and started playing them one after another. Mostly pop and rock of the time but also some rave and house played that time on the radio. I didn't pay much attention then, I could only hear a bang bang anyway :D However she also had a cassette of MJ's Bad. I really liked it but I remember thinking "it would be much better if there were no vocals, just the music".

And after a while I realised that there was some music with no vocals, the bang bang thing. So I started re-listening those tapes with a bit more interest. One of those tapes had Scooter's Back In The UK. I used that track to wake up every morning for months. I guess that's the point where I was hooked in electronic music.

 

Soon after I found out those genres were called Rave and it's harder sibling, Trance. So, as a teenager, I started looking for Trance (because, you know, harder). I went to my city's biggest record store (Musical, Patra, Greece) and bought my first vinyl. Titled N-Trance - Electronic pleasure with computer generated cover art. It was obviously trance.

Well, no. What the F*** was that? Tried to return it the next day, but in vain, no returns accepted. So this time I go to another record store, smaller, run by the daughter of the Musical's owner. Although I didn't know back then , I got lucky. She knew about electronic music. I asked for a recommendation. It was between Trust In Trance 3 or X-Mix  - Electronic Storm. She said get X-Mix, much deeper stuff. 

And it was. But I don't think I was ready for the subtleties of Techno music back then. But I was getting closer. 

And then it happened, goosebumps all over my body with the opening track of Goa-Trance Vol. 3. 

Struck gold. This was music I knew it. Goa Trance. Soon after I also purchased Chakra & Edi Mis - The Promised Land and The Truth Of Communication. Thank you for ever (I don't remember your name). It was diificult to get Goa Trance vinyl so after those buys I turned to cds. My first purchase was Goa-Head Vol. 1. 

 

I had payed back then 10,000 drachmas, equivalent back then to 30 euros. How much do you pay now for your music?

The rest is history. For a couple of years I was purchasing alongside Goa some Jungle, Drum & Bass and Rave but I had found my lifelong companion. I was happy. 

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hey psychedelic superbeast, good topic, i really like this sort of thing.

 

i recognise alot in myself, reading you guys stories, too. might share mine at some point too although ive already done so with all my topics/spam on here so i might chill on that, but i really love these sort of topics. thank you psyechedelic superbeast. =)

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13 minutes ago, astralprojection said:

hey psychedelic superbeast, good topic, i really like this sort of thing.

 

i recognise alot in myself, reading you guys stories, too. might share mine at some point too although ive already done so with all my topics/spam on here so i might chill on that, but i really love these sort of topics. thank you psyechedelic superbeast. =)

then share your experience :)

For the new people here on psynews and me...

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recursion loop    477

Ok, my fisrt exposure to electronic music was mid 90's (I'm that old!), it was some eurodance like 2unlimited and Russian synthpop (Technologia, Biokonstruktor), I discovered Prodigy a bit later and then EBM like Wumpscut and Front Line Assembly. There was only so much music I could find in Russian "music sores" (actually these stores were just kiosks with pirate tapes near metro stations, I was lucky if the tape had a proper tracklist) so I didn't even know goa trance existed. 

Unfrotunately I switched to heavy metal soon, all cool kids in my school were into metal and punk rock/alternative so I had no other choice, din't want to be called out "raver", "druggie" and such. The next decade I listened to metal, later I also had some interest in progressive rock, blues, fusion and stuff. Played guitar all this time but not really professionally. 

One day in 2005 I woke up and suddenly realized that I can't listen to any song with any guitar sound in there anymore. I went to a kiosk near the next metro station to buy some "other" music, they had some Paul van Dyk tape playing and I immediately relaized that this was what I needed right now (or it was Paul Oakenflod, i don't remember... some of these Pauls). I was an eager trance listener (van Dyk, van Buuren, Tiesto, Dj Feel and shit) for next few years until I realized that I can't listen to the same supersaw arpeggio in each new track anymore, so I started looking what else was there. I discovered liquid DnB, then psychill, then Infected Mushroom and Astral Projection.

In 2010 I occasionally found VA-Orientation 5 released by Dacru (I was actually looking for something else and bought it by mistake). 

And now I'm here.

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1992. I was 10.

 i bought Prodigy - MFTJG.

Best album to date. 

Previously i'd experienced lots of music from my sister, which is 4 years older. So alot of Nirvana, Metallica.....

 

 

1994/1995

 

Cyberspace Level 4 album found at a flee market, i was 12. It contained tracks like Mindfield -Lets get stoned and Bassline Baby - Altered states.

very much goatrance, but it was brand new then, i think.

i certainly didnt know it was goa, nor did i know what goa was until 2000.

i bought it because the cover looked cool.

 

1996

got on a stray path, and found out about hiphop, and dove into that for a long while. Things like Busta rhymes, cypress hill.

 

1998. 

 

10th grade, "junior college" i suppose. Drugs and stuff. More goatrance. But still, didnt know it was called like that. Got the album "Goa-Head vol 5" on tape. It only said "RAVE" on it.

 had tracks like Gamma goblins part 2, Cosmosis - Moonshine and ofc - Juan Domi Jorg - Spiritual Healing aswell as the original. To this date, that is the best Goatrance album ever.

in history. go check out the tracklist..

 

I fell in love with spiritual healing, something crazy. I couldnt get enough of it. I listened to it several times per day, for years.

Still, it was just called " RAVE " back then. Had no idea what the tracks were called nor what album they were from.

 

 

2000.

Revelation time. A dude told me what the track was called; that i had been searching for, for 2 years.

It was spiritual healing. It was goa trance. A world opened up.

 

End story

 

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Monumental, thanosp81, recursion loop, astralprojection

Wow so much similarities! Seems that 90s and 00s were not differently at all...and almost all of us stumbled over Goa Head Cds and had their revelation^^

Once i had a dream to collect all Goa Heads but when i heard the 10+ releases my wish turned to stinky air...

 

Since i met Goa, it became like an eternal home for me!

Time flies, but I know that I can go back if I want to and expect a warm and familiar home in Goa Trance. even if my taste is constantly changing and evolving...

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yes. i wish i still had that tape labelled "RAVE" on it. that would be one of my highest wishes... 

to just have that tape, go back and never come back again.... i guess thats a bit morbid though... to this day i still remember the pitch errors that tape had; it was wobbly and went up and down in pitch and i thought that was the way it was supposed to sound... it was almost musical; in that it took like 30 sec to go up a full note then down again. so it was a very slow pitch shift, but still. i thought it was like it was supposed to sound... somehow it made it all the more magical......

 

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Blubber    25

cheers buddies, nice topic to come back after a while...

my first love was hiphop, back in my youth, early 90's - was attracted from smoking and all this dirty language - snoop cypress hill the wu-tang, i loved back then, still love today - one week ago i attended a concert from 40years old Sugarhill Gang with Melle Mel from the Furious Five !!! great show from these pioneers with almost 70 !!

then came rock. through a cassette from a friend with hamburg school rock. opened a wide door of guitar music - through the years i wandered through galaxies of stoner, psychedelic, progressive, blues, classic rock... festivals de rocknroll i love also. next weekend a small one with stoner blues and doom stuff, few kilometers from here. live music was and still is an important part of my life, truly different kind of experience

at the time, euro dance was all around, scooter, prodigy, and the likes - but this corny techno music bored me away

around 1999 some of my friends showed me their music. i can't remember exactly the specific track or album which opened my mind for psytrance in general. but in Germany at that time we had SpiritZone, ShivaSpace, FreeForm Records, Insolation, GTN, albums available in local stores, also israeli psy, juno reactor and shpongle, all this together changed my musical approach to electronic music. i fell in love with early fullon and progressive, love alot of oldschool goa and psyfestivals, sometimes lurk into dark wooden swampy trance, absolutely relax a lot with various downtempo ambient loungy house and sofa tunes, my interests brougth me into liquid dnb, all the triphop, early techno trance and minimal, later breakbeat bigbeat funk and soul... actually i don't really care about labels genres stickers...

well, not easy to follow each artist, label, genre - nevertheless, i collect tons of material i actually never will be able to listen to, but anyway, i always need something specific, be it old or new, groovy or soothing, electronic or instrumental,... today i can say i need a good portion of mix

 

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Padmapani    385

my first muscial love were the beatles somwhere around age 5 (1990). even back then i liked the blue lp (basically their psychedelic years) the most. from then on it was basically my parents' taste (blues to prog rock) until i moved to harder stuff and ended up fully into heavy metal at around 13-14 (1998-1999). 

after that i got absorbed into psychedelic music (mostly psy rock; floyd, jethro tull, early genesis, grateful dead, …), then as first electronic music added some dub to the mix.

since i reluctantly went to a dnb party with friends in 2001, liked it a lot so from then on i went to parties regularly, while still listening to psy rock at home. i went to my first psy party in late 2001 (they still played goa trance there) but didn't think much of it until much later. from mainly dnb i moved via raggajungle to freetekno over the following years (it took a while to take liking to the 4/4 kick drum. "techno" is not easily acceptable for a former metal head ;) . but after my first teknival (also first festival at all), czechtek 2003, it was clear that nothing else compares). once i had made that move (2003, 18 years) some old goa i had on my harddrive started to complement psy rock at home. i didn't think of it as fast or energetic enough for partying back then :)

after a while i became a bit oversaturaed with freetekno and its "party like there's no tomorrow, fuck everything else" attitude and went to my first psy festival in 2006. it had rained constantly for days but at saturday night just before sunrise it cleared up and psysex played. then it finally clicked, i danced like a madman knee-deep in the mud and it was all psy from then on.

i the following year or two i wondered why the old goa on my harddrive sounded so different than the "goa" played at parties and why there was none of that cool multi-layered stuff played there. when i finally found out in 2008 i purchased basically the whole suntrip catalogue :).

since then it was back and forth between goa and fullon. i finally almost stopped going to parties when they almost always played psycore/hitech whenever it was dark outside, but have started to take a liking to forest which thankfully has replaced the high bpm stuff in the recent years.

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GhostOnAcid    22

Funny topic.

4 years old:
The first favorite song i remember is "Lambada" by Kaoma :D

 

9 years old:
I get the cassette of the techno-smurfs as a gift. This was my favorite track. Original was "Omen III" by Magic Affiar, i think.

10 years old
"Children" brought me to electronic music and trance. :-) RIP

1996 was a great year for commerical trance: ;-)

My first "underground" track was "trash the temple". I dont have the vinyl :D It was included in the racing-game "Screamer 2". I love the whole soundtrack. As a child i recorded is on cassette to take it with me to the school trip in 1997. :)  Recently i notice, that many tracks, maybe all tracks were released on vinyl by serious artists. This year I bought the vinyl from "Trash the Temple". And the track is so good, very nice Acidtrance. One of my absolute favorites until now. :)

12 years old
In 1998 i bought my first cd: The Love Parade 98 comilation with tracks by Dr. Motte & Westbam, Energy 52, Kai Tracid and Aurora Borealis. "The Milky Way" was my favorite track (with the Naline and Kane rmx from "Cafe del mar"), which originally released in 1994.

And yes of course it was in 1998, the best Tunnel Trance Force was released. So cool tracks are on this CD by Hypertrophy, Push, Aquaplex Meets Jumk Project, Travel, C&M, Plastic Angel, Double Force, Dj Dean etc. :)

13 years old

 

18 years old
With the comedown of commercial trance I looked for new music i bought two compilations with Psytrance called "Goa"

My favorites were:

 

I like it and went back to the electonic market and bought this here: my first Oldschool Goa exiperence. ;)

19 years old, my favorite tracks:

 

20 years old
In 2006 I discover this forum to look for new music. I read reviews about Filteria, Khetzal and the compilation "Apsara". I bought it all and was blown away. :)

 

30 years old
After 10 years of mainly listen to goa, I went back to trance and discover Oldschool trance by Eye Q Records and MfS. :)

 

 

Today
I listen to goatrance, trance, techno, house, ambient and electro. :)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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thanosp81    299
19 minutes ago, GhostOnAcid said:

The first favorite song i remember is "Lambada" by Kaoma :D

I remember Lambada as well (was in love with the girl obviously) but I find it very difficult to believe it "pushed" you towards Goa :P 

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thanosp81    299
25 minutes ago, GhostOnAcid said:

After 10 years of mainly listen to goa, I went back to trance and discover Oldschool trance by Eye Q Records and MfS. :)

I am currently going back to the roots. Early rave and trance music. They sound so fresh and intelligent. 

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recursion loop    477
1 hour ago, GhostOnAcid said:

The first favorite song i remember is "Lambada" by Kaoma

It was also my favourite song when I was 4-5 y.o. I was singing all the time which annoyed the hell out of my grandma. Actually it was the first piece of music which I consiously defined as having some emotional impact on me.

 

Maybe if we dig deeper it had some subliminal message which eventually brought all of us here?

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Ghost on Acid...haha man Thank you!!!

i realize now that i forgot so much music inbetween my stages :lol:

Ofcoure i loved the track lambada too...it was maybe my favorite melody for years as a child! I learned it even on Keyboard...  It was very well known in russia in the 90s (((i sang it all day alongside with Gasmanov...)))

"Robert Miles - Children" remembered me on a short period in 2004-5  when i heard Classic Trance! At that time i had bought a CD called "The Best of Dreamdance" in our electronic market because i saw a short commercial in the german TV  (RTL2 i belive) xD.

 

I simply had tu buy it because of this track :blush::D

This stuff led me then to much deeper and better Trance like:

(love them even today...goose bumps!) 

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oh wow psychedelic. i too, adore Vocal Trance (and to some extent Progressive Trance/Euphoric Trance) and those are nice ones.

do you recognise these?

 

aled mann - flashback

castenada - oceanborn

ashley wallbridge - i believe

andy moor - halcyon

red flag - pacific memory

m3 -  bailamos

duende - amor de dios

 

i used to listen to DI.FM vocal trance channel back in 2007-2013 when i played wow like 8 hours per day. 

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staffan    45

Well, I got a tape from a friend. Who got it from his sisters friend, maybe sisters boyfriend, lol. With this new cool rave music. I didn't knew what it was, except that it was cool. This should be somewhere around 94. If I remember correctly I was like 12 or 13.

I wasn't into EDM at all, other than the euro dance techno stuff that was popular at the time. No, I listened mostly to rap music back then and continued with rap and psytrance until 97-98. Thats when I took a break from hip hop. The music that came out in the late nineties didn't really interested me, and I went to my fist psy rave. =)) 16 year old me got the chance to experience Psychopod live, man that was something.

Wu Tang Clan, Das EFX, Goodie Mob, Pharcyde, Gang Starr, Mobb Deep and many others.

Before that was Magnus Uggla. That's maybe my first memory of music, or Jerry Williams. Not sure who was first, this should be in like 86-87. But when I was 7 or 8 years old, 89-90, I discovered Guns n' Roses. So until I found hip hop I was a huge fan of hard rock. Deep Purple, Skid Row, Alice Cooper. Stuff like that.

After psytrance I started with ebm, industrial and genres like that.This is around year 2000. Ministry, Front 242 and Skinny Puppy was the first ones I listened to. Thankfully we in Sweden had Arvika festival that booked both psytrance and ebm, well many alternative acts. I have seen so many good shows there. =)) Ministry, Front 242, Hocico,  Björk, Ladytron, Nouvelle Vague, The Young Gods, Laibach, Nitzer Ebb and many many others.Ohh the psytrance. Hallucinogen, Juno Reactor, Joujouka, MWNN, Cydonia, Atmos, Astral Projection, lol.

 

I could go on forever, I have always loved music. So I stop for now.

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@staffan noice

das efx- change was my jam. and just generally that whole album is amazing

when i started making beats that was one of the first ones i tried to recreate cause the sample was easy enough to recreate and the beat is rather simple. good times.

also, gangstarr is one of my favorites too. Full Clip... but the best productions he made, was with Afu-Ra, though, not gangstarr. IMHO.

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staffan    45
23 hours ago, Blubber said:

my first love was hiphop, back in my youth, early 90's - was attracted from smoking and all this dirty language - snoop cypress hill the wu-tang, i loved back then, still love today - one week ago i attended a concert from 40years old Sugarhill Gang with Melle Mel from the Furious Five !!! great show from these pioneers with almost 70 !!

Damn, that's a rappers fan delight. Seeing them still going strong =))

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54 minutes ago, staffan said:

Well, I got a tape from a friend. Who got it from his sisters friend, maybe sisters boyfriend, lol. With this new cool rave music. I didn't knew what it was, except that it was cool. This should be somewhere around 94. If I remember correctly I was like 12 or 13.

I wasn't into EDM at all, other than the euro dance techno stuff that was popular at the time. No, I listened mostly to rap music back then and continued with rap and psytrance until 97-98. Thats when I took a break from hip hop. The music that came out in the late nineties didn't really interested me, and I went to my fist psy rave. =)) 16 year old me got the chance to experience Psychopod live, man that was something.

Wu Tang Clan, Das EFX, Goodie Mob, Pharcyde, Gang Starr, Mobb Deep and many others.

Before that was Magnus Uggla. That's maybe my first memory of music, or Jerry Williams. Not sure who was first, this should be in like 86-87. But when I was 7 or 8 years old, 89-90, I discovered Guns n' Roses. So until I found hip hop I was a huge fan of hard rock. Deep Purple, Skid Row, Alice Cooper. Stuff like that.

After psytrance I started with ebm, industrial and genres like that.This is around year 2000. Ministry, Front 242 and Skinny Puppy was the first ones I listened to. Thankfully we in Sweden had Arvika festival that booked both psytrance and ebm, well many alternative acts. I have seen so many good shows there. =)) Ministry, Front 242, Hocico,  Björk, Ladytron, Nouvelle Vague, The Young Gods, Laibach, Nitzer Ebb and many many others.Ohh the psytrance. Hallucinogen, Juno Reactor, Joujouka, MWNN, Cydonia, Atmos, Astral Projection, lol.

 

I could go on forever, I have always loved music. So I stop for now.

Wow i love your taste in EBM...i am new in this stuff...NEED MORE MOOOOORE! 

I realize slowly that some Goa dudes did actually EBM, Or a mix of Both like Cydonia...Thats because i loved them always!

(Fear of a red Planet) is one of my absolute favorite albums together with stuff from Tim Schuld/Four Carry Nuts :))

 

By the legendary Thorsten Fenslau....if Modern Goa just had more Industrial & dark elements i would go crazy :+1:

Thanks for your detailed story Staffen!!! 

 

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