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Shpongle

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  1. It is great in a meaning of Big Data, but as for me, I don't listen to 30 new releases every week, and I think, there are just 3-5 really great albums in the year, not 20, not 120..

    Maybe I've got very picky taste..

    Same here, i'm too picky with my music, i don't listen to 90% of those releases, i might give a quick listen on some to check if it "catches" my attention but that is all...i listen to other genres as well so it's hard for me to follow every single release out there...

     

    Here is news example - http://www.psybient.org/love/psychill-news-2016-14

     

    I am also interested what do you think about our "off topic" news part, it is usually named as "dessert" by our news editor Tanya.

    To be honest i rarely visit the main webiste, i basically just visit the forum...so i guess you could post the"off-topic" news here as well


  2. Yaniv has gone to Australia and is not making music for health reasons and has mostly left shahar to run aleph zero on his own, but it has unfortunately ground to a halt right now. I know this because I was signed to release with Aleph Zero during this time.   But due to their sheer inactivity I built up loads of material and just had to so something with it in the end, hence my dual album release of 2015.  I think lots of artists were in the same boat and had to look elsewhere for their releases.  bluetech / hibernation etc

     

    It's a great pity because they are lovely guys and they did release very special music.  It's a pity for me too because a release on Aleph would have been a very decent profile raiser. 

     

    I really hope they don't mind me telling me people their situation but I think there are quite a few people in the chill out community who have wondered about this, borne out of love for the label.

    Well thanks for the info, i bet most people had no idea about what happened


  3. Damn, was listening to "In Search Of A Meaningful Moment" yesterday and thinking the same thing lol i feel like their work went downhill a bit, i mean the first two albums are classics, but the last two are not on the same level, in my opinion...the last album they released was back in 2012 called "Alive"...and i honestly don't know what happened to them after that...


  4. A full album for me, i have nothing against EPs, but i rather wait for an artist to release a full album then a bunch of EPs...alot of times it's just makes me wish for more, 3 or 4 tracks just don't cut it. And i sometimes feel some Eps are made of "leftover" tracks, like these couple of tracks don't fit in the album so i'm just going to release them on an EP kind of thing...but i like artists who release an EP as their "debut" album, i think it's a nice way to get into a new artist easilly than having to sit through a full lenght project...and like some of you have said, releasing way too many albums in a short amount of time it's not a good idea either, take "Buckethead" for example, one of my favourite guitar players, but the dude has over 250 albums released and i just can't keep up so i just end up not giving some of them a chance...


  5. yes it had 5 votes, so it is position 14. and we published only first 13 positions.

     

    if you would like to see position 14, i put it under spoiler here.

     

    Chris Komus - The Lioness [ Shanti Planti ]

    Circular - Equidistant [ Triple Drop Productions ]

    Dense & Fourth Dimension - Mindcycles Vol. 1 [ Cosmicleaf Records ]

    Dense & Fourth Dimension - Mindcycles Vol. 2 [ Cosmicleaf Records ]

    Dimmat - The Gate [ Self Released ]

    Dreamstalker - Goa Edits [ Self Released ]

    Erot - Remixes [ Iboga Records ]

    Erot & One Arc Degree - Mani Of Despair EP [ Self Released ]

    Hadron Orchestra - Tritone [ Self Released ]

    Hedflux & Grouch - Collaborations [ Luminus Music ]

    Hinkstep - You And The Sea EP [ Self Released ]

    Jairamji - Listen To The Earth [ Self Released ]

    Koan - Why? [ Blue Tunes Records ]

    Kuba - Amber [ Self Released ]

    Kuba - Broken Softly [ Self Released ]

    Kuba - Small Hours [ Self Released ]

    Martin Nonstatic - Inside [ A Strangely Isolated Place ]

    Martins Garden - Beyond EP [ Aquatic Collective ]

    Mindex - Intergalactic Kung Fusion [ Merkaba Music ]

    Mystic Lounge (Mystic Crock & Liquid Lounge) - Magical Dream [ Self Released ]

    Nanosphere - Twisted Clarity EP [ Luminus Music ]

    Numatik - Intangible [ Merkaba Music ]

    One Arc Degree - Restless Empire [ Blue Tunes Chillout ]

    Rukirek - Hollow Void [ Mystic Sound Records ]

    Slackbaba - We Have The Technology [ Self Released ]

    Sleepy Koala - Eucalyptus Island [ Kinematic Records ]

    Terra Nine vs Squazoid - Karuna (Unknown Reality Remix) [ Self Released ]

    Unknown Reality - Driftin' [ Self Released ]

    Unknown Reality - It's All Sound [ Self Released ]

     

    Oh ok, i was just surprised, i thought it was a pretty good EP, should be higher though


  6. First time i hear about "swamp" but since i don't care much about labelling artists, or pay much attention to genres that's probably why :D 

    I enjoyed Seamoons album "Expression of The Moment", but i'm going to check out that one as well and see what all this "swamp" is all about ;)


  7.  

    Tracklist ::
    00:01 Atrium Carceri :: “The Dark Motherâ€
    04:28 Jacaszek :: “Windhoverâ€
    09:12 Alphaxone :: “Human Frequenciesâ€
    16:04 Krusseldorf :: “Fulginâ€
    20:57 Wordclock :: “And then the Dawnâ€
    23:45 Council of Nine :: “Chimes of the Unfortunateâ€
    32:52 Floex :: “Mecholupâ€
    37:26 Krusseldorf :: “Spirit Aleâ€
    42:48 Krusseldorf :: “Snappare†(working title)
    47:16 Sabled Sun :: “Dreams without a futureâ€

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