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    Psychill / tripping music

    Hey guys,

    I thought I would share some of my favorite music in the psychill/tripping genre.

    First of all, I'll start with my introduction to this kind of music.

    Younger Brother (Simon Posford & Benji Vaughan):
    Younger Brother - Ribbon on a Branch

    Then the other projects involving Simon Posford,

    Shpongle (with Raja Ram) and Celtic Cross:
    Shpongle - DMT
    Celtic Cross - Hicksville

    Then the other groups I discovered, mainly

    Entheogenic, Bluetech, Ott, Tripswitch:


    Entheogenic - Pagan Dream Machine -Vibrasphere Remix
    Bluetech - Elementary Particles
    Ott - From Trunch To Stormness
    Tripswitch - Deer Park

    I think all of the mentioned above have alot of talent involved, and they deliver sublime music (Well at least, that's my opinion)
    Please share with me what you think of it! Thanks

    PS: If you like any of those and want more, let me know.. I can help you find it

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    i like the first and last one
    i have a trippy song to add.
    i think its about wolves

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9TMoSS5hw8w

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    Quote Originally Posted by Illegalsmile
    i like the first and last one
    i have a trippy song to add.
    i think its about wolves

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9TMoSS5hw8w
    Amon Tobin also belongs on my list of favorite artists, and in fact most of my first acid trip was on his music(along with Pink Floyd).
    I am more familiar with his "Bricolage" album though.
    Great talent!

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    Amon Tobin
    Kruder & Dorfmeister
    Bonobo
    Peace Orchestra
    Tosca
    Four Tet
    Skalpel
    Boards Of Canada
    Cinematic Orchestra
    Boxcutter

    Psychill:
    Abakus
    Androcell
    Aural Planet
    Entheogenic
    Ott
    Timeshard
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    Esem.
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    Steve roach.
    aphex twin
    biosphere.
    Alio die.
    Human Mesh dance.
    Tetsu Inoue
    ELve
    Ishq
    Maps & diagrams
    bluetech
    Robert Rich.
    Deru
    Krill Minima
    Tycho
    Proem
    Kettel
    Ilkae
    Spark
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    I have to agree with u that most of that artist are truly amazing to trip with


    if u want similair music in the same vain and less well known
    checkout my podcast with my favourite trip music
    Tekno = onket

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    ps:
    raja ram is such a funny guy, i also like his new project the zap! a lot
    hallucinogen just got a new live album out, amazing too
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    Your first one is amazing Ochho..

    I dont know if it's the same kind of music, but I recommend you this song (the video clip is just awesome)

    Knoow - I lived on the Moon > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xTysF1E4Ft0
    Boum bye bye en tu caja!

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    I've tripped a couple of times listening to Shpongle, but though I enjoyed it, I think it's too dominant, or at least some sections are just too wild. Nice for crazy recreational trips on low dosages, but not really suitable for deep introverted or emotional states. The same can be said about a lot of other psytrance and older psychedelic music (Gong, Pink Floyd, Jimi Hendrix etc.) which I love when I'm stoned or sober, but too distracting when tripping.

    My first two mushroom trips (6 and 8 grams dried) were experienced in silence. Then for about two years most of my (2 to 5 gram) trips were spent listening to electronic music (Shpongle, Entheogenic etc.), and I became increasingly uncomfortable with it.

    The music of Steve Roach seems to be good background music however. Haven't tripped with it yet, but would love to one day. Ishq, Krill and Elve, mentioned by magickmumu, are really good too.
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    This is the 2nd Younger Brother album ..I really recommend it if you liked the first song I posted (Ribbon on a Branch)

    Last Days of Gravity - Younger Brother

    Their first one is a bit different.. it comes closer to Shpongle, as in it's abit "wilder" as CM stated. (I LOVE both though )

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    if you like psy chill kind of vibe, check out
    Ian Ion - Gringo Locomotion
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meduzz
    Androcell
    About two weeks ago I tripped on Androcell, and though I found it very shallow at first, I was completely into his groove a couple of minutes later. I had a very blissful time on his two albums! I love this artist!

    The funny thing is that I enjoyed listening to Shpongle, Ott and Younger Brother on my first few trips, but last time they seemed too wild and noisy to me. But I still enjoy listenening to them sober once in a while.

    Some good artists that I've discovered in these last couple of months:
    Aes Dana
    H.U.V.A. Network
    Kick Bong
    Slackbaba
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    Androcell

    Aes Dana
    H.U.V.A. Network
    Kick Bong

    Those are all already part of my collection

    My main music discovery tool was www.last.fm but now it's not free anymore.. you have to pay after listening to 30 songs.. even though it's only a few dollars per month ..I don't feel like doing so =/

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    I like Shulman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ochho
    My main music discovery tool was www.last.fm but now it's not free anymore.. you have to pay after listening to 30 songs.. even though it's only a few dollars per month ..I don't feel like doing so =/
    Yes same here. I used Last.fm a lot these last couple of months. I agree with you about the radiothingy, but you can still search for similar artists and music. I also think there are other websites that have radioprograms like Last.fm but then without you having to pay money?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Illegalsmile
    i like the first and last one
    i have a trippy song to add.
    i think its about wolves

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9TMoSS5hw8w
    He recorded a lion for this track, almost the whole album consists of sampled sounds, that's why it's called foley room
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    Quote Originally Posted by magickmumu

    I totally Love basking in warm atmospheric music like this
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    This movie and (ambient) music is well trippy, and puts things in perspective

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dvTe1...layer_embedded
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    Hey All, thanks for all the recommendations! Lee Perry has always been there for me..mysticalblackmajik...

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    there is this track, I love it so much

    Plaid - itsu
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDDnuZAL9ps

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    Quote Originally Posted by BananaPancake
    there is this track, I love it so much

    Plaid - itsu
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDDnuZAL9ps
    Yeah Itsu!!! Great track, awesome video
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    I am falling asleep.........

    http://www.myspace.com/thepeakinggoddesscollective

    only listen to this when u are tripping, there so much more going on then in the boring idm.ambient genre
    Tekno = onket

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    I also like to listen to Indian Raga.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6pVcN8Eoyw
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeniger
    http://www.myspace.com/thepeakinggoddesscollective
    only listen to this when u are tripping, there so much more going on then in the boring idm.ambient genre
    Same can be said about the "13 in a dozen" psy-chill genre...
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    Yes, i completely agree with u, but this topic is about psychill anyway
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