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    Whats up everyone, I've been getting into the "trancy" Progressive sounds like whats on Anjunadeep and I was wondering if there were any other good labels with that relaxed trance sound. I know beatport calls it progressive, but (and I'm about to date myself) back in the late nineties they'd have called it trance. so if anyone has any ideas to throw my way I'd appreciate it.

    (Preferably I'm looking for labels that have some compilations to check out)
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    bedrock is pretty much my go to label for progressive, but toolroom has some sweet, albeit commercial, prog house

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigheadmikelove View Post
    Whats up everyone, I've been getting into the "trancy" Progressive sounds like whats on Anjunadeep and I was wondering if there were any other good labels with that relaxed trance sound. I know beatport calls it progressive, but (and I'm about to date myself) back in the late nineties they'd have called it trance. so if anyone has any ideas to throw my way I'd appreciate it.

    (Preferably I'm looking for labels that have some compilations to check out)
    hey dude check out ektoplasm theyre a free download site good quality tunes available in mp3(why bother) FLAC and WAV beatport is good if your looking for a specific track but ektoplasm has the sound that you are more likely to hear at parties. hope this helped.

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    goa & psytrance ≠ house

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    Spinnin, Toolroom, Axtone are 3 good ones

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    Quote Originally Posted by MRHISTAMINE View Post
    mp3(why bother)
    I bother because I don't play on function one systems, and they are just about the only ones you'll be able to tell the difference between a 320 and a WAV/FLAC.

    I'll second bedrock. They have a great selection of progressive.

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    If your into the trancey side of house - most of the "progressive psytrance" produced these days is certainly pretty housey. Check out Iboga records, Tribal Vision records. Their Vanguard and Crosslink compilation albums have been excellent.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hekuu0IgquI

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCWHjyOFp_s


    (shameless plugs to two of my mixes with some tracks of this style:
    http://www.mixcloud.com/deeperbreed/may-ball-demo-mix/

    http://www.mixcloud.com/deeperbreed/...boogie-bangle/

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    Baroque is a good oldish prog trance label - not sure how many releases it does anymore though.

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    OP, if you're looking for the Anjunadeep sound, then I don't think Bedrock or Baroque is what you're looking for. I would recommend Outside the Box (run by Eelke Kleijn, who is an Anjunadeep artist). Frisky Records also puts out great prog-house. If these work, let me know, and I can recommend some more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sobi View Post
    I bother because I don't play on function one systems, and they are just about the only ones you'll be able to tell the difference between a 320 and a WAV/FLAC.

    I'll second bedrock. They have a great selection of progressive.
    Mate I can Hear the dif on my studio monitors let alone a function one
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