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almost_human KROX ( Phantasm Rec .)
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Posted : May 6, 2010 22:26
Quote:

On 2010-05-03 11:48, psy-junky wrote:
Universal Religion 2010

I dint carry my camera this time as i knew i would be too busy dancing .... but i did manage to collect up some pictures from here and there.

Awesome party + visual psychedelic treat ... most of you must have already seen these but ill let the pictures do rest of the talking

http://s279.photobucket.com/albums/kk144/satish536/universal%20religion%20nepal%20psytrance%20festival/




Killerr pics Bro           UVV Project / Mandala Project / Crystal noize Project / Cosmic Crew

Be not angry that you cannot make others as you wish them to be, since you cannot make yourself as you wish to be.
oMcyLOm


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Posted : Dec 21, 2011 08:57

DJs In The Sky: New Year's Party
Nepal

DJs
B.e.n (Singularity) - Macedonia
Tihulu - Turkey
Emo¨CV - Turkey
Psychogenesis - Lebanon
Ersatz modem - U.S.A
Psycho logic - Lebanon
Shageee - U.K
Loca Republic - Pakistan

http://dj.thesparklingturtle.com/index.php
1leggedraver


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Posted : Apr 22, 2013 14:48
travelling to nepal this week to catch some sights and sounds

any suggestions on places to stay,camp,trek ,,travel light, so any affordable places of stay?           --------------------------------------------
"But what about the issues of the ravers from the 90's who all ended up on seretonin reinihibitors?" he said; "thats out, we only do forest now"... So its only you getting old.. ;)
psy-junky
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Posted : Apr 24, 2013 11:45
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On 2013-04-22 14:48, 1leggedraver wrote:
travelling to nepal this week to catch some sights and sounds

any suggestions on places to stay,camp,trek ,,travel light, so any affordable places of stay?




Leaving tomorrow for Kathmandu !

Go to pokhra, sarangkot is a nice place to stay and connect with the mountains .... breathtaking views.

          "Whoever said the best things in life are free... obviously grew their own bud"
psy-junky
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Posted : May 9, 2013 11:32
Universal Religion 2013 Review

Great setup and organizing by the UR crew this time also.

Location was awesome, The place really made the party come alive. Beautiful views, awesome weather cycles giving us awe struck doses of mother nature's colourful moods.

Decor: Good job on the decor and enough people had put their own decor on small scale near the tents. On the whole it was pretty good and came alive in neon colours at night.

Food was deent enough, they had burgers, pizza, pasta, kebabs. Good enough selection for a festival.

Sound system was up to par and well tuned which is the most important thing in my opinion.

I will reserve my comments to the night music played.

First Night:
Trailoka vs Fraktal Sequence: Fraktal Sequence was clearly the more experienced DJ and played 95% of the set. Clean mixing is definitely his forte, nice set.

Hydropanic: His set was the best one on the first night. Powerful tracks, clean mixes. Quite a good set from his side.
Really dig his tunes too.

Second Night:
Sgary played a really nice set. The story of his set as a whole was beautiful, start to finish. Concept of tracks was good and mixing was spot on. Really liked his set.

One person played a twilight set, was pretty decent. I am not too sure who the artist was.

Ajja opened at 5 am this was the highlight for me. Ajja is a class act as usual and played a powerful set and i could see the beautiful sun rising listening to his powerful tunes and all assuring smiles he gives out while on the decks.

Third Night:
If im not mistaken Daksinmurti played a nice set to open the night. Nice mixing/ well though out hand picked tracklist.

Ajja: Played a massive 3 hour set. Beautiful masterpiece set start to finish. Stomped my life out and since it was final night of the festival the crowd was going berserk. One of the best sets of the festival according to me.

The set played after ajja was the best set of the festival for me hands down. A very unique sound which had a lot of goa sound influence and was just really refreshing to hear as all the tracks had its own vibe. I think the artist was whiptongue from looney moon. Can someone who was at the fest confirm this. Mind blowing set and a great surprise.

Morning music lot of artist's not particularly my taste and but the vibes were full on. Especially when it rained it was just amazing to see the whole stage, colorful sky and people really digging it.

I somehow got real lucky and ended up with one of the three rooms on the ground floor of the Mountain Resort which had a attached private garden and a remote hiking mountain path to a spot in a small cave type formation on the edge of the hill , from here i could see a panoramic view of the mountains and the best view of sunrise and sunset. This spot which took which was literally on the steep side edge of the bandipur mountain was just mesmerizing. I could see miles and miles of valley's, huge water bodies and mountains at the end.

All in all had a great great time in nepal. some people said the security was a little tight in the fest, but that is very necessary according to me for parties of this scale. I was carrying my speakers, had a private after party gathering deep in the mountains, caught some amazing sunsets and sunrise, jumped off a mountain in a paraglide, ate some culinary delights before finally bidding good bye to beautiful and colorful Nepal.

Big kudos to Mountain madness/Universal religion team for keeping it real with all their massive effort to make such a gathering possible for all the freaks. Bholenath !

          "Whoever said the best things in life are free... obviously grew their own bud"
1leggedraver


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Posted : May 10, 2013 14:40
i did stop by for this and here are my thoughts ...

decor was expansive and flowing,but lacked the visual intrigue at night time needed for the freaks except for a 7 point green laser throwing random patterns into the ceiling...

music was bang on full power some really twisting and mind exploring sets at night,mornings and evening had a nice groove and come up to it,

good food over priced though,great energy and love on the dance floor and camp sites all around 24/7

toilets were a ruin,crew needs to maintain hygiene as importantly as the security guards and plain clothes officers all over the dance floor

"some people said the security was a little tight in the fest"

thats a understatement bro,security forces were really at it all over the camp sites and the dance floor the first two days atleast,universal religion from all over the world maybe but not much universal freedom and liberty needed for the trippers who all unite for this very purpose.

pulling a gig like this is not easy and my respect goes out to the unr 2013 crew for presenting it in the best way possible,love
and light to them

a fab location some melting sunrises,sunsets and lets not forget the startlingly vibrant moon,freak blessed and the woods blowing their wind into your soul hahaha makes a tale to remember

oh and as pys-junky said the sunday evening showers were heaven sent





          --------------------------------------------
"But what about the issues of the ravers from the 90's who all ended up on seretonin reinihibitors?" he said; "thats out, we only do forest now"... So its only you getting old.. ;)
Cosmic Tandav
Trailoka

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Posted : May 15, 2013 15:03
Quote:

On 2013-05-09 11:32, psy-junky wrote:


First Night:
Trailoka vs Fraktal Sequence: Fraktal Sequence was clearly the more experienced DJ and played 95% of the set. Clean mixing is definitely his forte, nice set.

Hydropanic: His set was the best one on the first night. Powerful tracks, clean mixes. Quite a good set from his side.
Really dig his tunes too.

Second Night:
Sgary played a really nice set. The story of his set as a whole was beautiful, start to finish. Concept of tracks was good and mixing was spot on. Really liked his set.

One person played a twilight set, was pretty decent. I am not too sure who the artist was.

Ajja opened at 5 am this was the highlight for me. Ajja is a class act as usual and played a powerful set and i could see the beautiful sun rising listening to his powerful tunes and all assuring smiles he gives out while on the decks.

Third Night:
If im not mistaken Daksinmurti played a nice set to open the night. Nice mixing/ well though out hand picked tracklist.

Ajja: Played a massive 3 hour set. Beautiful masterpiece set start to finish. Stomped my life out and since it was final night of the festival the crowd was going berserk. One of the best sets of the festival according to me.

The set played after ajja was the best set of the festival for me hands down. A very unique sound which had a lot of goa sound influence and was just really refreshing to hear as all the tracks had its own vibe. I think the artist was whiptongue from looney moon. Can someone who was at the fest confirm this. Mind blowing set and a great surprise.

Morning music lot of artist's not particularly my taste and but the vibes were full on. Especially when it rained it was just amazing to see the whole stage, colorful sky and people really digging it.






Just a few corrections to the above mentioned by psyjunky ..

Here is the line up for the nights ...

1st night

Kranti VS Vibe
Sgary Gary
Fraktal Sequence Vs Trailoka
Hydropanic
Jafar

2nd night

Dakshinamurthi Vs Gatafreak
Sychotria
Drumatik
Yab Yum

3rd night

Whiptongue
Braindrop
Labrats
Ajja


The artist who played after Ajja on the last morning was Green Nuns of the revolution .

and the set i played with Fraktal sequence was a versus set which i d like to think was 50 - 50 between the both of us ...









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psy-junky
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Posted : May 17, 2013 10:13
Quote:

On 2013-05-15 15:03, Cosmic Tandav wrote:

Just a few corrections to the above mentioned by psyjunky ..

Here is the line up for the nights ...

1st night

Kranti VS Vibe
Sgary Gary
Fraktal Sequence Vs Trailoka
Hydropanic
Jafar

2nd night

Dakshinamurthi Vs Gatafreak
Sychotria
Drumatik
Yab Yum

3rd night

Whiptongue
Braindrop
Labrats
Ajja


The artist who played after Ajja on the last morning was Green Nuns of the revolution .

and the set i played with Fraktal sequence was a versus set which i d like to think was 50 - 50 between the both of us ...




Thanks for the info.

Probably was just my lucid observation, i walked in half way through the set when i saw one dj finish and stepping off the stage in your v/s set.

On the third night i went to check out the line up card, to my surprise only the first sheet of the card was up, other two pages probably fell with all the stomping at front of the stage.
          "Whoever said the best things in life are free... obviously grew their own bud"
Sangomarec
Sangoma Records

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Posted : May 26, 2013 12:52
We had a hell of a funtime ... already looking forward to the next one           Medicinal Music
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psy-junky
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Posted : Mar 17, 2015 05:17
Anyone here planning to make it to Universal Religion in Nepal next month ?

http://www.urnepal.com/           "Whoever said the best things in life are free... obviously grew their own bud"
evilchants


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Posted : Mar 17, 2015 09:09
Yup, im planning to go next month for the mountain madness, looking forward for onkel dunkel GOW set (old skool)           Excuse me... have you seen my sanity... I think I lost it!!!!!!!!!
1leggedraver


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Posted : Apr 23, 2015 10:45
heard unr got the bamboo...any news?
          --------------------------------------------
"But what about the issues of the ravers from the 90's who all ended up on seretonin reinihibitors?" he said; "thats out, we only do forest now"... So its only you getting old.. ;)
psy-junky
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Posted : Apr 23, 2015 21:18
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On 2015-04-23 10:45, 1leggedraver wrote:
heard unr got the bamboo...any news?



Yes, party seems to be canned. Some bad press, ignorant backwardness, corrupt officials !!
So much tourism for a country like Nepal and they ruin it for everyone including their own financial/tourism interests. Our countries need to learn a thing or two from europe about making money for smaller rural town to develop them slowly.

http://www.nepalitimes.com/blogs/thebrief/2015/04/23/universal-religion-nepal-cancelled/

I hear a smaller alternative is being planned for the people already there whereas some are already in pokhara.
MM/UR crew has kept it real up until now, lets hope the refunds come and they keep the trust unlike shanti jatra debacle.
          "Whoever said the best things in life are free... obviously grew their own bud"
1leggedraver


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Posted : Apr 24, 2015 12:22
thats sad to hear,good decision by the orgs to pull it down,safety is vital rather than jail time,well the orgs are'nt blame free for their actions either,a lot of people work hard and save money for these fests,I feel for them too...

its really sad that people are not free to explore their own consciousness in the way that they want to,

can't fight the system           --------------------------------------------
"But what about the issues of the ravers from the 90's who all ended up on seretonin reinihibitors?" he said; "thats out, we only do forest now"... So its only you getting old.. ;)
elastic_plastic
Re-Boot

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Posted : Apr 25, 2015 15:06
massive earthquake in Nepal.

Hope everyone is safe!

Nepal National Emergency Operation Centre numbers:
+977-142-001-05
+977-142-002-57

Helpline number of the Indian Embassy in Nepal for queries regarding the Nepal Earthquake: +977-985-110-7021
+977-985-113-5141



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