OUT VA - SpaceWarpers Vol.1 compiled by EarthAlien [SpaceWarp Recs]

ManmMadeMan, Coral, Rigel, Barby, Oden, Devi Divine, Lennielazerbeam, DuM, Rita Raga
Release title
SpaceWarpers Vol.1
Label name
SpaceWarp Records
Release date
Apr 25, 2022
Release type
Mix compilation
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Aug 2, 2020
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Release Date: 2022-04-25
Label:SpaceWarp Records
Catalog: SPARMU002

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Be prepared to get your space warped with psychedelic sounds as EarthAlien beams his VA compilation, "SpaceWarpers Vol.1" onto the world, the latest release from SpaceWarp Records.

Strap yourselves in, ready? Awesome!

Legendary UK Psytrance duo ManMadeMan launch the sound of "SpaceWarpers Vol.1" with their high octane defined tempo that would leave any spaceship standing before handing the controls to USA Psytrance producer Coral, who raises the bar and sets us into orbit.

With a thrust-engaging, quirky mad trance-floor blaster from Rigel, your space will be warping with invigorating sound as your mind expands into the deeper psychedelic tones of Chilean producer Barby.

Hypnotic rhythms are evident as your mind engages with EarthAlien's mission that hooks you into the hidden depths of Finnish producer Oden as he cruises you into his musical world before you're showered with a Goa trance-infused melodic uplift from Polish producer, Devi Divine who's track refreshes the senses and prepares you for the mind bending fullon sound of UK psytrance duo Lennielazerbeam.

French producer DuM engages a prepared landing with a melodic trance-floor stomper before you're immersed within a zone of chilled out, downtempo beats from Polish producer Rita Raga.

"SpaceWarpers Vol.1", is encapsulated with driving psychedelia throughout, mastered by Rigel, with an artistic backdrop by Mick Usher and compiled by label DJ and Manager, EarthAlien. Until next time…

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Dec 18, 2021
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Ok the first one sounds catchy with that classic trance lead riff & build-up reminds me of Ajurika style a lot!

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