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D-Maniac-Armagetlam

Awesome full on song from the well known portuguese psychedelic trance producer Manuel Trindade as known as “D-Maniac”.

Manuel Trindade

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Kada – Búcsúzás

What a hangover routine… no!

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Phaxe – Secret Effects

Summer Solstice tomorrow, check out the sunrise, have a short night! 🙂

józsi

Braincell – Earthdance

Braincell’s psychedelic trance is kind of psytrance we simply adore – mixture of everything: Deeper and bit heavier then goa, more serious then fullon, brighter then darkpsy and with progressive patterns. Another artist we can remember close to this is Ovnimoon. Nice one bro!

Ralph Knobloch

Entheogenic – Pagan Dream Machine ( Vibrasphere Remix )

Entheogenic is a musical project consisting of Piers Oak-Rhind and Helmut Glavar that crosses musical style boundaries. According to the two members, the music mixes “coloristic electrophonics” with “impressionistic orchestra-like sound”.

The use of both eastern and western vocals, tribal sounding instruments, as well as an array of synthesizers built the foundation of the Entheogenic sound. Their epic soundscapes manipulated through sound effects and catalystic sonic experimentations have a semi-classical feel to them. Entheogenic also records and uses a large amount of “natural samples” – water, human voices, animals, etc.

Entheogenic was one of the two major psybient projects (the other being Shpongle) whose experimentation influenced the psychedelic electronic scene. Entheogenic’s first release “Entheogenic” is a concept album that recounts the tale of an Ayahuasca journey, with layered trance melodies and texturally rich arrangements. Three labels bid for the release: the former UK based Flying Rhino, the German based Cosmophilia and the Spanish 3D Vision. The album was released on 3D Vision Records.

Piers Oak-Rhind and Helmut Glavar

The next Entheogenic gig will be at S.U.N. Festival 2013!

Astral Projection – Kabalah

Turn on! Tune in! Drop out! It’s saturday!

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California Sunshine – Summer 89

Do you remember the summer of 1989? Well, I’m not really cause I was a year old.. but it was probably a very nice phase of madness…

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