I have a list I guess there's quite a few that are verging on psytrance, I tried to keep the artists together for easier finding of something But I think adding to this list would be a bit of a tough task.
I was just estimating based on how many releases I roughly know that I don't have. There are many more than that obviously it'd be impossible to find them alland a lot of people would debate whether a lot of that was goa or psy X-Dream Radio, Lone Deranger, Dragon Tales? Sounds like psy to me. The Rhythm of releases accelerated frombut we can say Goatrance releases were marginal after That must be a few thousands overall.
My shit thats a long list, and it will be even a couple of times longer if you added all the missing albums. You could add Kalium's second album, since you mentioned his first, which isn't that Goa anyway. About GoaTrance, maybe Starseedand what about Skyloops?
I didnt check the list but I estimate it to be longer. Nitzhonot was a relatively 'small' genre and it gave birth to almost CD's already Goa Trance must be way bigger!
I dont consider these release as Goatrance. In fact I never really considered my music to be Goatrance. I never had Goa in mind when I made my music and I never went to Goa. I accepted the goa labeling because that was the scene I played in but I think there's a difference in the style I made and example what people consider to be Goatrance from UK etc.
The label "Goatrance" is over used in many releases - especially these days where it seem like a trend to release Compilations mentioning Goatrance even though the music got nothing to do with Goatrance.
There will always be borderline cases. And you could call your music whatever you like, but if it fits the "definition" of goa trance, then people will probably call it that. Instead of searching Discogs for releases with the word Goa in them somewhere it might be better to search for releases tagged as Goa Trance, although it relies on the style tag being accurate of course, and I'm sure that there would be disagreement on some.
The search above includes releases that are tagged with more than one style e. Goa Trance and Psy-Trance. I count of them, a list follows shortly Therefore it's fairly obvious it's goa trance.
There are lots of hardstyle producers that call their music techno but that doesn't make it such, it's the genre they primarily listen to mostly. I think is a nice idea to compile this list. But for me would be more interesting to create the list of releases in the time-span excluding the minimal experiments and LP the post wave of goa trance The list you already compiled seems fair and I think we could contribute and add all the releases we think are missing.
Even if Kristian says it is not goa or that he had not in mind goa trance, LP, his album is perceived globally as being one of the fundamental goa albums released. We can't limit ourselves and add too many tags like this is tribal, this is too sci-fi, this is experiemtal, this is acid otherwise the list would narrow and exclude a lot of classics.
When music like my first album indeed is Tribal trance and still IMO not much to do with Goatrance, why should it not be called tribal? Well is it too acid trancey or is it too euro trancey? Haven't listened, have downloaded it and will soon though since it seems nice from the clips.
I've adopted a rather loose definition of "Goa" but I see your point. It's the same way we wouldn't lump Banco De Gaia into Goa trance, right? You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account. Restore formatting.
Only 75 emoji are allowed. Display as a link instead. Clear editor. Upload or insert images from URL. General Psytrance Search In. Total of goa trance CDs released? Don't expect anything earth-shattering or mind-blowing, this is still basically a film score. While it ranks high against the typical snoozy score or the MTV-ready soundtracks for the kids, this album is rather lukewarm compared to other McEntire releases.
Don't get me wrong, I do like this quite a bit. It's deep and atmospheric, full of familiar instruments like the vibes and treated guitars and bet I'll find myself listening at appropriate times. My only big complaint is that it's a tad short at under 40 minutes. The movie, which had a limited run in theatres last October should be out on video this summer.
The first couple tracks are electronic spacious soundscapes complimented by a beefy pulse. The next couple hint of similarities to last year's full-length release while he utilizes his live drumming and keyboard playing skills. On 'Two Bass Hit dub ' he shows off his bass guitar skills with two tracks of freestyle bass overlayed on top of a driving dub-influenced beat. Following that, the album picks up to a jittery drum 'n bass style much like his older works and the album finishes up with a chimy tempo changing almost tribal piece.
When you take a step back, it is appropriate this is a mini-album, it seems like a collection of works that may have not necessarily fit in with the feel and themes of previous albums, but are good LP. Her early work in partnership with Alex Knight as Inky Blacknuss and David Morley as Two Sandwiches Short of A Lunchbox played around with electro and techno, while her handful of singles for the Mo'Wax label have found her sound getting progressively more experimental, culminating in a full- length disc entitled Kiss My Arp currently only available via Japanese import that is, from all reports, her darkest and most exciting work yet.
Andrea Parker: DJ has the same eclectic approach. As noted in the liner notes of her installment in Studio K7's excellent DJ Kicks series, Parker ignores all boundaries when it comes to spinning music, and is equally happy dropping techno, electro, drum'n'bass, hip hop or even a set culled from her collection of over sound effects records.
On the set captured for this release, she concentrates mainly on the electro-techno side of Elysium - Celestial Sounds And Neurotic Tribal Beats (Vinyl - both old school Man Parrish, Afrika Bambaata, Juan Atkins and new Gescom, Dopplereffekt, Drexciya - along with a smattering of hip-hop Dr. Octagon and dub-funk Renegade Soundwave. She also gives the mix some moody bookends by opening with her brooding remix of Depeche Mode's "It's No Good" and closing with "Unconnected", a experimental techno track of her own devising.
The ultra-keeners will also want to track down the accompanying "Unconnected" 12" which features an even darker track by Parker on the flipside.
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The dub purists probably won't dig it, but for the rest of us, it's worth investigating. The only negative twist is the rather tacky and ill-conceived companion video featuring a bunch of strippers from LA peeling to the sounds of the record.
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