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___MentalProjection
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Posted : Jun 4, 2001 16:13:09
Ive asked the same question in the Trance In Israel thread and found out that the scene there are alot more bigger there than here in our little tiny Sweden, How big is the trance scene in Asia? And japan?
Thanx!

Mental P

np: oforia - Why Not On Mars
___Stoned2Max
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Posted : Jun 4, 2001 16:25:20
Almost every week, or every other week we have artsit from all over the place come here and play. For instance, Hallucinogen, GMS, Cydonia, Psychaos, Infected Mushroom, all the big ones.  We jsut had Skazi last week saturday, unfortunatley i could not go.
There are also many places to buy CD and LP's, Tower Records is probably the most known and has a very big section for only Psychedelic Trance.
So in over all i think the scene is big, i know everybody id looking foward to The Gathering.
___ShivaS
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Posted : Jun 4, 2001 16:35:25
Btw there are lot of israelis in Japan as well;)
___MentalProjection
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Posted : Jun 4, 2001 18:06:20
Wish we could have all of those here in Sweden :)
U Israelians are conquering the world with your trancedeciese and i wanna get so infected i cant walk ;)
___DJ_HIKARI
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Posted : Jun 5, 2001 11:29:08
JAPAN IS BECOMING THE SPOTLIGHT OF THE TRANCE SCENE I THINK.  MOST OF THE ORGANIZATIONS IN JAPAN ARE HOOKED UP TO SOME BIG LABEL OR ORGANIZATION.
FOR EXAMPLE
ARCADIA IS HOOKED UP TO 3D VISION
VISION QUEST IS HOOKED UP TO JORG(SHIVA SPACE)
SOLSTICE HAS THEIR OWN LABEL
EQUINOX HAS THEIR OWN LABEL

AND WE GOT OTHER PARTY ORGANIZATIONS SUCH AS TRANCE CAFE, ELEMENTS AND OFF THE GROUND.  THATS WHY WE GOT PARTIES IN JAPAN EVERYWEEK. WITH CRAZY ARTISTS.
THIS WEEKEND. DEEDRAH AND THE ANTIDOTE LIVE. DIMITRI DKN AS A DJ.  

PEOPLE YOU SHOULD CHECK OUT THIS WEBSITE
WWW.solstice23.com
check out the parties we have going on in japan. JUST BE JEALOUS OF US!!!!
___MentalProjection
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Posted : Oct 29, 2001 02:47:30
Im jealous alright......


Thanx for the info folks!

M.P
___kaz
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Posted : Oct 29, 2001 14:21:59
Japan was always a huge scene, back from the masa/prana/kuro days (anyone rememeber Matsuri?)...

The people like their trance over there just as much as we do, and they get parties which are BIG out there...

BUT, there's no act quite as big as Prana working out of japan today... or am I wrong?
___yohe-i
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Posted : Oct 30, 2001 05:20:18
yep u right but like everywhere there r smart pc headz r making music as well so u can wait to hear
the scene is same as israeli one but i think it more than that lately. the new yrs eve party this yr is where like more than 20000 ppl max ( or i dont know..hikari san u might know its capacity )
huge place like backstreet boys will throw their gig hehe fucking wasted man
cheers
dj yohe
___alexis
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Posted : Oct 31, 2001 12:34:06
noone like prana/tsuyoshi, that`s for sure. maybe double dragon/steve good (if he can be considered japanese, but why not?)is the most famous at the moment. also ubar tmar, but i`ve heard nothing recentley.

as for the scene, i think it has really crossed the line where i say it`s too much. antitode, bio tonics, double dragon, dimitri, xp, mino are all playing this weekend somewhere at different parties, all in reasonable distance from where i live. and that`s a rather quite weekend. it just doesnt mean anything to me anymore. when i lived in europe, we were glad to get one respected artist maybe once a month. we would all make an effort to go and appreciated it. now, i cant be fucked to go, when i know that the place is gonna be packed like a subway during rush hour, that i have to que for an hour to get in, pay 5000yen each time...cannot even puff inside like in europe, when i know that i am not really missing anything what i couldn`t do every weekend.
___masativa
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Posted : Oct 31, 2001 17:56:05
yeah. i second that alex.i been a fan of this scene since 1995, its gotten to big and way too commercial but guess thats happening all over the world.

as for me i go abroad once in a while to catch some parties. (just got back in japan after Solipse, Voov in Germany, and Sola luna in Greece)
its too bad i cant do this party circuit every year but i really appreciated each party as if it was my first!!

looking forward to the next Solipse next year!
___jacky
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Posted : Nov 1, 2001 03:18:17
hehem, i think that the scene has got bigger not only in japan but in israel too and worldwide too.
allot more people are exposed to trance these days,with all the good elemnts of it, and the bad..
masative i also wait for the next solipse, the zambia one is still stuck in my mind so hard...
bom bom bom bom bomb..
___Psychodick_from_japan
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Posted : Nov 1, 2001 13:06:19
just too expensive on everything man
free drugs a must ahahah just kidding ppl
fuck those commercial wasted party ;<
___alexis
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Posted : Nov 2, 2001 11:15:33
i think it is still (or again?) pretty underground in england (of all the places!). also switzerland has managed to develop a massive scene withough going commercial at all. germany and greece, i have only been to a few parties so i cannot really speak of the "scene", but it didnt look too bad either...but one bad side of all this is that it gets a bit dodgy sometimes and you get too many fucked up people
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