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    can anyone recommend any really good classic goa sets on youtube at all?


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    Man With No Name BBC Essential mix from 1998 is pretty good.



    There is a Three Drives - Greece 2000 goa track in it haha

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    This ones a banger

    Man With No Name - Lunar Cycles


    The cheeky little synths that come in half way through...big fan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hensmon View Post
    Man With No Name BBC Essential mix from 1998 is pretty good.

    [videyoutube;W9khpBhnjOk]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9khpBhnjOk]movie[/URL]

    There is a Three Drives - Greece 2000 goa track in it haha

    thnx! ill check it out.


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    I start to like this genre <span id="result_box" class="short_text" lang="en"><span class="">
    Booom, time 3:15 - 4:09+ is like trance genre signature in this song
    And top of the top is this

    I really don't know how he could possibly create it.
    Another songs like:
    Astral Projection - Still Dreaming
    Astral Projection - Aurora Borealis
    is also perfect.

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    Are there any tracks like Astral Projections Tryptomine Dream today? Artifact303? The problem to me is they all seem to focus too much on those really sharp 303 synths almost non-stop. Too much chaos for me. Where's the atmospheric goa ??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daysleeper View Post
    Are there any tracks like Astral Projections Tryptomine Dream today? Artifact303? The problem to me is they all seem to focus too much on those really sharp 303 synths almost non-stop. Too much chaos for me. Where's the atmospheric goa ??
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    CoaGoa does some great stuff, it's pretty old schoolish, which I really like, because most neogoa really focuses on being fast and as you said the sharp 303 synths. There isn't a lot of chiller and minimalish stuff, maybe some on Ektoplazm. Anyway, very underrated artist imo.
    https://soundcloud.com/coagoa

    Imba/Space Elves and E-Mantra also do great stuff, so check them out, all though you probably know E-Mantra already? Also, Celestial Intelligence, some of their stuff is just straight op those 'sharp 303 synths', but some of their stuff definitely focuses on the groove and athmospheres also, his track 'Crystal Gazer' for example.

    Anyway, it definitely is hard to find some proper athmospheric Goa nowadays, most of it is just the hyper melodic 303 stuff, which I'm not as much of a fan of as the early and mid 90s Goa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HugoHak View Post
    CoaGoa does some great stuff, it's pretty old schoolish, which I really like, because most neogoa really focuses on being fast and as you said the sharp 303 synths. There isn't a lot of chiller and minimalish stuff, maybe some on Ektoplazm. Anyway, very underrated artist imo.
    https://soundcloud.com/coagoa

    Imba/Space Elves and E-Mantra also do great stuff, so check them out, all though you probably know E-Mantra already? Also, Celestial Intelligence, some of their stuff is just straight op those 'sharp 303 synths', but some of their stuff definitely focuses on the groove and athmospheres also, his track 'Crystal Gazer' for example.

    Anyway, it definitely is hard to find some proper athmospheric Goa nowadays, most of it is just the hyper melodic 303 stuff, which I'm not as much of a fan of as the early and mid 90s Goa.
    Im not a heavy goa listener by any means as you already figured. I find some of it to actually be a perversion of trance, almost.

    Thanks. Just checked coagoa and the album that is avail on spotty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daysleeper View Post
    Im not a heavy goa listener by any means as you already figured. I find some of it to actually be a perversion of trance, almost.

    Thanks. Just checked coagoa and the album that is avail on spotty.
    I mean it's not for everyone :P. I love it though! Hope you like CoaGoa btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AustralianGQ View Post
    goa-trance is good because its a better produced genre of trance despite no one is really doing goa now a days. its just high energy and its very experimental with sounds.

    as for memorable goa, astral projection obviously comes to mind. same with man with no name.
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    Well said , for me it's my fav genre
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    What I love about Goa music is it's related to Indian culture in Goa state, if you noticed that its symbols and everything related to chakra and these stuffs.
    You can check some of these tracks:
    Amygdala - Metamusic
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3DB1oJb0RY

    Talamasca - Day dreaming
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-piYjRvsiLY

    and of course "Astral Projection" and "man with no name" from old Goa school.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daysleeper View Post
    Are there any tracks like Astral Projections Tryptomine Dream today? Artifact303? The problem to me is they all seem to focus too much on those really sharp 303 synths almost non-stop. Too much chaos for me. Where's the atmospheric goa ??
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    Does Crossing Mind count as "dreamy" to you?





    This one from last year has an almost balearic feel to it, though I haven't listened to anything else from this producer:





    Unfortunately, if your "really sharp 303" dilemma is a sound engineering objection rather than a songwriting one, it's going to be a bit harder to find modern goa to your liking. The problem is that so much goa nowadays is on one label (SunTrip), and they have pretty much just one guy mastering everything that gets released on the label. And Tim Schuldt is really dedicated to that loud, trebly 303 sound. He actually comes from the world of metal more than dance music, and I think that rubs off a bit on a lot of his mastering work.

    There's certainly more dreamy stuff out there if you're down for older goa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AstralNilaya View Post
    Does Crossing Mind count as "dreamy" to you?

    [videyoutube;WiaNXPDpJw0]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WiaNXPDpJw0]movie[/URL]

    [videyoutube;hjvQXy6NJiI]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hjvQXy6NJiI]movie[/URL]

    This one from last year has an almost balearic feel to it, though I haven't listened to anything else from this producer:

    [videyoutube;6lwlDex1EUk]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6lwlDex1EUk]movie[/URL]



    Unfortunately, if your "really sharp 303" dilemma is a sound engineering objection rather than a songwriting one, it's going to be a bit harder to find modern goa to your liking. The problem is that so much goa nowadays is on one label (SunTrip), and they have pretty much just one guy mastering everything that gets released on the label. And Tim Schuldt is really dedicated to that loud, trebly 303 sound. He actually comes from the world of metal more than dance music, and I think that rubs off a bit on a lot of his mastering work.

    There's certainly more dreamy stuff out there if you're down for older goa.
    Good post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos Magalhães View Post
    Ok, maybe a n00b here. But what's the difference between GOA and Psychadelic? :/
    Goa is more organic in sound, Psytrance is more metallic in sound...

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    Quote Originally Posted by psylicious View Post
    Goa is more organic in sound, Psytrance is more metallic in sound...
    Also, goa can get very melodic like Dancing Galaxy or draw serious influence from Indian/Middle Eastern melodies. Psytrance relies a lot more on the rolling bassline

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