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Gilles Beraud known under the name of Hyper Frequencies started his career in the 80′s, as a bass player in rock group which already had a psychedelic flavor! He then discovered electro, started to mix in 1994 and followed with producing in 1998…
It is in 2003 that his first solo album ”Red Crystal Moon” is released on Mechanik Sound Rec. At the end of 2007, his second album comes out: ”Phantasmatika” under Syncronize . . . →Hyper Frequencies
Based near Paris, Drenan started to play music as a chill-out Dj in 2001, mixing oriental, dub and lounge music, he then turned naturally to progressive, playing around many countries and of course France, in events and festivals. He also played in top nightclubs in Paris, getting each time a very good dancefloor reaction!
In 2008, he was at the origine of IONO’ s most successfull compilation series: “FRENCH PLAISIR”. In . . . →Drenan
Skazi is an Israeli psychedelic trance DJ group, formed in 1998, with two members: Asher Swissa and Assaf B-Bass. Skazi was formed in 1998 by Asher Swissa and Assaf B-Bass, to form a duo producing Soft Psy-Trance Electro Punk music.
Swissa began his musical career as a punk rocker in 1990, when he formed a group called Sartan Hashad (en. Breast Cancer) together with three friends. The band played in small venues in Jerusalem and . . . →Skazi
Solar Fields is the stage name of Swedish electronic music artist Magnus Birgersson. He has released twelve albums, and has also scored all interactive in-game music for the Electronic Arts game Mirror’s Edge. In the late 90s, Göteborg based Swedish composer, sound designer, and multi-instrumentalist Magnus Birgersson created Solar Fields. Magnus was raised in a musical family, and began playing piano and synthesizers in the 1970s. In the mid-80′s he began combining synthesizers with computers. . . . →Solar Fields
Happy Herbs is a unique and dynamic company in Uki, NSW, Australia, that believes in an ethical approach to business. Today they run 9 shops in Australia and the USA. Ray Thorpe, the founder, believes in a ‘not-only-for-profit’ spirit, where 10% of the company’s turnover is dedicated to health-based community projects, activism for plant freedom and drug law reform, and herbal education. The company’s mission statement is: “Promoting the appreciation, information, benefits, culture, use, and . . . →Happy Herbs Company
Israel has had a huge effect and influence on the global trance scene with such pioneers like Astral Projection, Oforia, California Sunshine and Space Cat. Most of them continue to shape the scene till this day. The journey to India after finishing the army became an Israeli ritual that helped develop the scene and made this genre the most popular for young people in the country. The constant wars with the mandatory army (three years . . . →Israel
Eskimo (DJ Junya) is an English Psychedelic Trance DJ and producer, son of John Ford (also known as John Phantasm and owner of Phantasm Records).
Inspired by his father John Phantasm (and consequently the music he heard playing at home when he was young), Eskimo started producing his own music in the studio from the age of 9 but did not begin DJing worldwide until he was 13. Wrapped up in the life of DJing, . . . →Eskimo
The Fusion Festival is a German music festival. It usually takes part in the end of June. Fusion Festival began in 1997 near the city of Lärz north of Germany, about 160km from Berlin or 230km from Hamburg. The location is a former military airport, close to the Lake Müritz, Rechlin-Lärz Airfield. The festival lasts four to six days.
Since 2011, organizers have a strict policy on ticket sales and employ tactics to stop . . . →Fusion Festival
The Mystery of the Yeti is a Goa trance concept album conceived and arranged by Ron Rothfield (a.k.a. Raja Ram). It was collaboratively produced by Raja Ram and Graham Wood of The Infinity Project; Stéphane Holweck, Loïc Van Poucke, and Serge Souque (the founding members of Total Eclipse); and Simon Posford (aka Hallucinogen). The Mystery of the Yeti, Part 2 is a downtempo, psychedelic trance concept album.
The Mystery of the Yeti was an early . . . →The Mystery of the Yeti
The birth of a mouvement in France
GAIA CONCEPT was created with TEKNO- TANZ on December 31th 1990, when Fabrice Rackam owner and artistic director of the DELTA CLUB (located near Fontainebleau, France) organized his first house party together with the musical store BPM.
In twenty-three years, the organization TEKNO-TANZ was able to conquer a very large public by programming more than 150 parties to which 10 were GAIA events.
The spectacular . . . →Gaia Concept