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post #136 of 179

Scann-Tec from Celestial Dragon Records,  it is a nice listen

post #137 of 179

x2 Facial Memories by Scann-Tec

 

I have most of the Celestial Dragon stuff, their compilations (Future Sound Theory 1&2) are so cool....

post #138 of 179

We should start posting on this thread again, it was a good one. 

post #139 of 179
Besides a lot that have already been mentioned, here's some of my most favorites:

Entheogenic, Zero Cult, Saafi Brothers, Makyo, Side Liner, Zero One, Dr. Atmo & Ramin, Perpetual Loop.
post #140 of 179

I have been listening to Brujo's Bowl, and Trifoninc's new album .

post #141 of 179

I know they've been mentioned earlier but Kuba, Bluetech, and Hibernation are the cream of the crop for me. Everything they do is a gem. 

 

Kuba

 

Bluetech

 

Hibernation

post #142 of 179

Kick Bong does some great things, as well. 

 

post #143 of 179

I'll keep this alive a bit longer...

 

Seahorse Transform

 

 

Kliment

 

 

post #144 of 179

Entheogenic - Entheogenic (Full Album). Amazing.

 

 

Tripswitch

 

 

post #145 of 179

Sure, I'll keep posting... It's difficult to get a comment in with all these responses... Haha.

 

These are amazing, by the way:

 

Hibernation

 

 

Yggdrasil

 


Edited by Origin89 - 3/4/13 at 10:11am
post #146 of 179

Hinkstep

 

http://www.youtube.com/embed/KmFQpMIxl0w

 

Globular

 

http://www.youtube.com/embed/LX4w_VRz0-c

 

Radioactive Sandwich

 

http://www.youtube.com/embed/anSXVWKjqto

 

Vibrasphere

 

http://www.youtube.com/embed/XIL3u3Lurp8

 

Shulman

 

http://www.youtube.com/embed/4iL6PpBvLSM

 

You also have the ones you probably already know: Shpongle, Ott, Younger Brother.

 

And I can't be bothered to carry on searching for videos but you have: Shantifax, Soulacybin, Kalya Scintilla, C.J. Catalizer, Chronos, Zero Cult.

 

Not sure if these are entirely relevant

 

Paper Tiger (those from Ashville NC, because there are a few), Papadosio, Phototaxis (pretty unknown, just getting started), J.Viewz.

 

Oh, and Electrypnose (www.electrypnose.com) has many shades of electronica form darkpsy to chillout. Worth looking into

 

Hope this was helpful

post #147 of 179

Oh and Yggdrasil have been rebranded as Kurbeats. New album out. Of what I've heard so far it isn't as good as the first

post #148 of 179

Man, has Papadosio gotten that big? I still remember when they were passing out "Magreenery" CDs at Hookahville, but I've seen them being mentioned quite a few times on the internet now.

 

Thanks for the info on Yggdrasil, I will have to check that album out. It would be kind of hard to top their first album....EDIT: Just pre-ordered a first batch CD, looks like the album is out in 2 days.


Edited by chewy4 - 3/20/13 at 9:46am
post #149 of 179

Would love an update on the Kurbeats album hear some else's opinion, somebody who has heard the whole thing in high quality audio and not short sampled clips.

 

And Papadosio came out with Magreenery 5-6 years ago...... That's a long time

post #150 of 179

Yep, back in 2007 I think. It was my intro into livetronica/jamtronica.

 

I got a link to download the full Kurbeats CD last night, I should have time to download it today and then listen to it tonight or tomorrow. I'll post my impressions.

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