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From Little Acorns to Mighty Oaks - How Chilled in a Field has grown
Written by Latex Zebra on 20-07-16 19:21 (7670 views) (2 comments)
The saying mighty oaks from little acorns grow applies to many things, from children to events, which is handy because this next interview is about both!

Chilled in a Field began as a small festival some 6 years ago and has now become an amazing, although still personal festival which is getting rave reviews from attendees and the media.

I managed to grab one of the promotion team to throw a few questions at them in the lead-up to this year's event.
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The HarderFaster Guide to Noisily Festival of Music and Arts 2016
Written by Tara on 22-06-16 18:06 (6926 views)
It’s somewhat paradoxical that although there are now more music festivals than ever before, a really special festival is still hard to find. Last year’s Noisily Festival of Music & Arts therefore surpassed all expectations, for the line-up was so good that I could easily have spent the weekend at any one of the four stages, while its pristine location deep in the woodland meant that even the odd downpour didn't kill the party. And with the atmosphere around the perfectly condensed site consistently peaking, we sure did party!

With Noisily 2016 just around the corner on 7th-10th of July at Coney Woods near Leicester and the excitement building, we thought we’d have a look at what’s on the menu for the forthcoming weekend of music, art – and yes, of course, the odd bit of hedonism.
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Lifeforms detected at Astral Circus!
Written by Andy Force on 14-05-16 21:40 (7284 views) (3 comments)
Lifeforms are Maor Tsemah and Charlie Holden, who, from different sides of the world, have created one of the most exciting new musical partnerships of the progressive psy trance world. Their evolution of the prog-psy sound that has been rising in popularity over the last decade pushes at the tougher end of the progressive spectrum with a full-on flair, igniting dancefloors with a bang!

As Astral Circus prepares to land once more at the Electrowerkz this Friday the 20th May with its well-earned reputation for the highest standards of musical and visual production, Andy Force caught up with one half of the project – Maor – to understand more about what drives this unique entity.
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Spinning yarns with Grouch ahead of his visit to London
Written by Tara on 14-05-16 16:46 (6660 views)
There are very few producers who can make music for almost every time and place, but as a long-time fan I reckon Kiwi composer Grouch is one of those extraordinary few. From the lush chilled sounds of the likes of Soul Provider and his Kaya Project remix of One Hundred Lights to his breaksy, dubbier, and downright wonky glitchy sounds, to his more full-on techier, proggier, bassier and psychedelic tracks, Grouch’s back catalogue covers a uniquely vast spectrum of electronic music.

This Thursday night he’s being flown in from Melbourne for a special one-off two-hour set at Ott. & The All-Seeing I & Friends at Koko, where he’ll be showcasing the full spectrum of his sounds, including his new album Corpus Callosum, out next month on Zenon Records. We managed to lure him out of the studio to spin a few yarns before he jumped on the plane…
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From Bristol to Boomtown, Monk3ylogic bring their psy-breaks back to the Circus
Written by Tara on 11-05-16 21:11 (6019 views) (1 comment)
Bristol-based psy-breaks duo Monk3ylogic were initially inspired to start writing music at their first parties in the heady days of the exploding rave scene in the early ’90s, but it wasn’t until technology caught up with their plans in the form of powerful PCs that they could finally start putting their unique stamp on their own sounds. They’ve since played all of the top UK festivals from Glastonbury to Glade and Boomtown – where they’ll be returning this summer – and released some killer tracks.

Currently taking a break from production while they kit out their studio so they can complete some older tracks and start some new ones, it appears the best is still yet to come on the production front. In the meantime, with the boys headlining the alternative room at the Astral Circus presents The Psy-Fi London Launch Party on Friday 20th May at Electrowerks, we threw the psychedelic simians a few bananas to get them talking…
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Nikki S interviews Vini Vici ahead of their London debut at the Astral Circus presents Psy-Fi Festival London Launch party
Written by Nikki S on 02-05-16 15:40 (8618 views) (1 comment)
In May 2013 a supernova explosion of epic proportions hit the psy trance world… Vini Vici had arrived! After the global success of their Future Classics album on Iboga Records and a succession of hit tracks, Vini Vici firmly established themselves as one of the world’s top psychedelic and progressive trance acts, that aren’t afraid to push boundaries and take dance floors to new energy levels.

In between all of the jet-setting and rocking the biggest festivals across all corners of the globe, we caught up with Vini Vici creators, Matan and Aviram, ahead of their forthcoming gig at Astral Circus presents the Psy-Fi Festival launch party in London on Friday 20th May at Electrowerkz.
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Celebrating Life with Rio Dario at Tribal Village – A Psychedelic Adventure
Written by Tara on 27-04-16 20:38 (4971 views)
With every new edition of Tribal Village – A Psychedelic Adventure, Free-Spirit Records head honcho Journey aka Jay Om introduces London to a new wave of incredible international artists. The forthcoming edition of Saturday 7th May at The Steelyard is no exception, as Croatia’s Rio Dario makes his London debut alongside a plethora of psychedelic talent from around the globe.

DJ, producer and promoter of Life Celebration Festival, Rio Dario has been in bands from an early age and is a driving force of the dance music scene in his home city of Pula. He first got into electronic music in the early ’90s, discovering psy trance in 1997 and has been actively producing music since 2010. In short, his first London appearance is going to be well worth checking out. As the excitement builds, we tracked down the man himself for a chin wag…
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Standerwick speaks ahead of Trance Sanctuary's 5th Birthday
Written by Mark Landragin on 01-03-16 08:19 (5024 views)
The last 24 months have seen a meteoric rise for the enigmatic Trance Producer/DJ Standerwick. Hailing from the South West of England, Standerwick has claimed 18 Top Ten tracks in the Beatport Trance Chart including 4 numbers No.1’s. He has also become one of the most in demand DJs in the scene, playing all over the world from Australia to Argentina to North America. On the 12th March he returns to London to play at Trance Sanctuary’s 5th Birthday and we decided to find out how his newfound success has been going.
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Bioshokk Triplicity: Matt Melody speaks to Webbo, with VinDiesel taking notes to make the magic three
Written by VinDiesel on 19-01-16 14:10 (7950 views) (6 comments)
The UK Hard House scene broke out towards the end of the 1990’s with a meteoric rise in promotions hosting parties like Frantic, Tidy, Tasty, Twist, Peach, Trade, and Twisted.

Sadly, during the past few years, many of these parties have closed, DJs have retired and there is talk of the hard house scene ‘dying’. But NO; it’s still alive and thriving! We may not have the weekly or monthly events we had 10 years ago but there are some are some fantastic parties still going.

One of them is Bioshokk, launched by Matt Melody in 2010. Matt was one of the earliest members of HarderFaster, as SECURITY MAN he joined in 2001.
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Daksinamurti interview: psy trance's resident ethnologist comes to Tribal Village
Written by Tara on 05-01-16 19:20 (5924 views) (1 comment)
It’s not every day you manage to speak with an artist who, as well as DJing under his Daksinamurti guise, producing and performing as one half of live act Android Spirit, and managing two of psy trance’s most happening labels – Timecode and Sangoma Records – is also a fully qualified ethnologist, but Daksinamurti Till is one such rare virtuoso.

With the man himself coming to London from his native Germany this weekend to headline Tribal Village – A Psychedelic Adventure at The Steelyard on Saturday night, we ambushed this international jetsetter just as he got off the plane from a long flight from Brazil, where he’d brought the New Year in at psy trance institution Universo Paralello…
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