Psychedelic Saturdays Vol 11

Hello guys! I apologize for the gap in last week’s editions; I once again underestimated the effect food comas have on me after stuffing my face. Anyways, check out this week’s picks!

EPIC – Sundance Ritual

The tribal rhythm of “Sundance Ritual” definitely fits the title. The second half of the track was what really got me in the mood to dance, although, I was doing the rain dance since California is in a massive drought. Anyways, EPIC made a solid and enjoyable track; I recommend it as a getting-ready tune this weekend.

 

Ritmo – Disharmonic Silence (Time In Motion Remix)

While aimlessly listening to Soundcloud and browsing Buzzfeed the other day, I remember thinking to myself, “Wow, what is this track? It’s sick as f*ck!” I must say, Time in Motion did a great job of remixing Ritmo’s original hit.

 

Jacob & Metronome – Melodrama

Who says psy-trance can’t be chill? In Jacob & Metronome’s über progressive new collaborative track “Melodrama,” lighter and slower sounds of progressive nature made a good mix with the bass-line and trippier sounds of psy. To boot, the vocals are absolutely incredible! Top-notch production, Jacob.

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Freq – What Rises Must Converge (Timelock Remix)

It seems to be the week of the remixes, I guess. Timelock takes the groovy hook from the original song, and adds a faster, more futuristic twist to it. All of the sudden, I have an urge to do a lame attempt at the robot dance all over my house…

The original mix of “What Rises Must Converge” is equally dope as the remix, but in a different way. It was a bummer I couldn’t post it individually here!

 

Vini Vici – The Tribe

Can Vini Vici do no wrong? I don’t think so! “The Tribe” is ridiculously organic; I truly felt loose while listening. I’m really digging the tribal-themed Goa movement that seems to be taking over the scene right now.

 

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Christina Hernandez

Christina Hernandez

A die-hard trance family member and a lover of all things related to electronic music, this Oaklander lives for the times when she can let loose and dance. Maybe prone to make corny pun jokes and clichés.
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