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black people and psytrance..

tom anteater
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Posted : Oct 1, 2003 13:00
@nectarios
hahahahahaa
ain;t you got a job mate           >>love will tear us apart...<<
KakoOlalaJwal
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Posted : Oct 1, 2003 14:44

Hahahaha

Nectarios : :top: !!

I have also the recollection of a (local) german deejay who is black as ebony and very cool guy !

But i dunno what he is doing nowadays....           .
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Le Lotus Bleu
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Posted : Oct 1, 2003 17:43
Carl Cox made some few trancey tune in the early 90's.

Jean Marie K used to be a black french goa dj & was even involved in the Fairway label but this one goes bankrupt and from what i'm know he's now playing & producing house music for his new label 'Le Maquis'.

But i don't know why he stop trance for house.
Drope


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Posted : Oct 1, 2003 21:21
I think this topic is kinda crazy, u know?

I don┤t see many blue or green pp on parties either, and yet, there were three or four of the later in the last festival I went to...

http://www.baladaplanet.com.br/mostrafotos.asp?sarquivo=bp15446&numfoto=80

PLURall
Inu
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Posted : Oct 2, 2003 00:51
Carl Cox is amazing!

(geek)Did you hear his 1996 album, At The End Of The Cliche? Siberian Snowstorm and that tune he did with the Yello guy are just... just... wow. (/geek)           tiger got to hunt,
bird got to fly,
man got to sit and wonder why, why, why?
tiger got to sleep,
bird got to land,
man got to tell himself he understand.
daksinamurti
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Posted : Oct 2, 2003 01:05
yes hes also a very very good dj but very expensive to book--but he really deserves respect for his work.
DJ Nuclear

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Posted : Oct 2, 2003 06:26
I was dancing with plenty of black people at a psytrance party in philly, and they were loving it.

maybe there just aren't many africans at places where psy parties are? *shrugs*

if anything, psytrance, or at least progressive psy, is a type of music very close to the music of their african heritage, which consists of mostly fast polyphonic drumming with little/no melody.
nobody4
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Posted : Oct 2, 2003 11:07
I think the afro ppl are simply not exposed to this type of music to be majorly imvolved in it. You gotta remember that this is a very underground and small scene, and the music is not so accessible (both physically to get and mentally), and is totaly different than the popular 'black music' (rap, r'n'b...).
The interesting thing is that tribes in africa are using the same rythms as in psy-trance (4x4 beats), while modern african-oriented folks don't participate in this original reproduction of their roots.
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Zombi
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Posted : Oct 2, 2003 11:19
dunno in boom 2000 i saw alot of black skin ppl...

nectarios - u r de man. i said it allready ??:)))          Believe your soul !
Zombi
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Posted : Oct 2, 2003 11:23
Quote:

On 2003-10-02 11:07, helen wrote:
The interesting thing is that tribes in africa are using the same rythms as in psy-trance (4x4 beats), while modern african-oriented folks don't participate in this original reproduction of their roots.





i think they are, since not only psy have 4/4 beat, and black ppl quite skilled in techno and house:)))

groove is a sense i think...           Believe your soul !
mubali
Mubali

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Posted : Oct 11, 2003 02:53
Hey all, Being a black psytrance dj and producer I HAD to chime in on this thread. I live just outside SF and there are a few other brothas that go to parties but to be honest most of the US African American communities don't really know about psytrance at all.... Due to the legal status of events out here and the fact that Hip Hop is very commercial out here, it seriously takes an interesting situation to get into trance. I came from a Soul/Funk background, and so when I started listening to dance music my natural choice was drum & bass. It took being dragged to a Psytrance outdoor near Los Angeles to tune me into the sound. I still play d&b, but I haven't bought records in close to 3 years... So it really takes being exposed to the music to get you to go to parties. I can go to a candy kid party and see plenty of brothas there, but because the psy scene is a tightknit intimate community, not as many people will just randomly go to a trance party. Our gov't is still a little anal retentive about parties since the whole massive explosion in 2000. Here's a pic of me at a daytime gig near my home...
http://users.skynet.be/fa056900/musicians/Xabuumuphu/Xabuumuphu.htm

I do have a question though, are there any other black psytrance producers???
          An Eagle may soar, but Weasels don't get sucked into jet engines.
pojunk


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Posted : Oct 11, 2003 04:27
I have something to say about this 4/4 grooviness. Psytrance and its weirder variations are not really about the beat and snares...Yes they make u groove, but...what about all the richfull noises that are there to listen...U want complex shit, turn to jazz, u want trippy things, psytrance get u the most incoherent sounds... And about the black non black thing, i think it would apply the same thing that applies for reggae and hip hop- A˝though you may see white guys around...it is basically intense black music. It just happens.
technoid


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Posted : Oct 11, 2003 04:48
I think pojunk is pretty much right. Pretty saddened by a few of the answers on this thread though...

And nectarios... You've got far too much time on your hands mate!           "One nation under a groove".
DiMiTry
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Posted : Oct 11, 2003 04:59
mmm... stereotypes.... pretty sticky, aren't they?
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