Links To Tartarus

Prepare yourselves for a deep dark ritualistic journey into the abyss of Tartarus, the mythical place for eternal divine punishment. Regard each track as a key that brings you closer to the underworld and you will have

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Cyberbaba – Let The Shaman Dissolve Your Ego!

Cyberbaba is a psychedelic project from a Russian-Serbian producer currently living in Serbia. Behind this project is Milosh Omkor, founder of Karmatonic Records, also known as Technoid Mutant, Effectator, and Omkor.

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Radice – Erat Olim

Named after the word for “roots” in Italian, Radice (AKA Matteo/Psymet) brings you Erat Olim, a new collection of tunes born after a long stay in the Amazon. Most of the voices and chants were recorded

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Nibana – Tales Of The Uncanny

Released in 2016 on OVNI Records, Tales Of The Uncanny is the first psytrance album of Nibana. Focusing on a cross-genre atmosphere, from psychedelic trance to gothic and even industrial, its goal is to break the common

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Tystix – Cluster

Our Minds Music brings you Cluster by none other than Tystix from South Africa. The sound of this release can be described as futuristic and glitchy, merged with primitive tribal elements as well as hints of techno,

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Noosphere Network‘s second release Mindsphere features 10 thoughtfully selected tracks delving into downtempo and midtempo psychill realms. Originally released in 2016, it gathers music from composers all across

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Obri – Afterglow

Afterglow is the debut album from Giorgi Dolaberidze AKA Obri, a musician from Tbilisi, Georgia. As a b-boy, rapper, and graffiti artist raised in one of Tblilisi’s Soviet-era suburbs in late 90s, Obri began

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Sun Department Records comes with a groovy new selection for sunny days! Dipavali is the name of the musical journey that will bring you through from dawn ’til dusk. This collection of bright uplifting progressive

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Silicon Slave – Ad Nauseam

Silicon Slave returns with Ad Nauseam, his eighth studio release, and first full-length album. The album is named after a Latin term which literally means “to the point of nausea” that is often used to

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