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Posted by meriter on Jan-06-2010 19:15:

Question Dark tribal progressive house/trance - where is it?

That ravey shit you used to hear all the time in the early 00's. Pitch Black, Automatic Records, Hooj Choons, Forensic, and the heavier Bedrock stuff. Where do you find that sound these days? Anyone?


Posted by Woony on Jan-06-2010 19:17:

I guess your not looking for the Coldharbour Stuff? Because there is some pretty nice rather dark coldharbour stuff around 04/05.


Posted by meriter on Jan-06-2010 19:18:

I mean who's representing that sound now?


Posted by SYSTEM-J on Jan-06-2010 19:21:

Mo-Shic? He still props up that kind of sound.

To be honest, the fate of dark prog and the fate of Bedrock are pretty much the same: slowly turned into peak time tech-house.


Posted by Woony on Jan-06-2010 19:21:

No one?
I mean there still is some nice, dark progressive trance/progressive House around, but it doesn't sound like the stuff did back in the day.


Posted by Schadenfreude on Jan-06-2010 19:22:

like system j said, this went the tech route. Many kids are using a term that i absolutely despise these days: "Progno".


Posted by Lews on Jan-06-2010 21:33:

Yeah Moshic is the only name that comes to mind.

Everyone else is going techno/tech-house, sadly (imo).


Posted by Schadenfreude on Jan-06-2010 21:48:

it isn't the same, but there are still elements of the prog of old in the music of new.

I love 70's rock, but i am honest when i say that if every rock song today was made following the 70's formula it would not be a good thing.

Prog will come back, just like disco has died and re emerged more times than Elvis in a tabloid. Trends are cyclical.


Posted by SYSTEM-J on Jan-06-2010 22:21:

There's more to prog than just the dark prog sound, anyway. There's still lots of good progressive being made, just not much of the dark stuff.


Posted by Schadenfreude on Jan-06-2010 22:24:

i hear you, my statement was very generalized as per my intention.


Posted by Mark Anthony on Jan-06-2010 23:38:

Josh Lasden:


Posted by A.B on Jan-07-2010 00:11:

Re: Dark tribal progressive house/trance - where is it?

quote:
Originally posted by meriter
Hooj Choons,



Are you talking along the lines of Gardner & Thomas, Jark Prongo etc?


Posted by Aaron C. on Jan-07-2010 07:03:

Good subject. I was thinking about starting a thread about whatever happened to awesome late 90's and early 2000's dark prog. Still a good production here and there. Few and far between though. Oh and.....bump.


Posted by meriter on Jan-08-2010 14:19:

Re: Re: Dark tribal progressive house/trance - where is it?

quote:
Originally posted by A.B
Are you talking along the lines of Gardner & Thomas, Jark Prongo etc?


Yeah. Hooj had stuff all over the map but they made their name with The Baseline Track by Medway, which is still one of the darkest pieces of electronic music out there.

I managed to find "Propaganda" by Gardner & Thomas in the dusty used trance bin at Grammaphone for like $3.


Posted by david.michael on Jan-08-2010 14:54:

Great thread! I am really into this sound at the moment and was going to start looking into this myself. I'm hoping that some people will be able to prove us wrong and show that this stuff is being made still.

quote:
Originally posted by Mark Anthony
Josh Lasden:



This isn't really the sound I had in mind when reading this thread, but it is pretty cool


Posted by Trancefxs on Jan-08-2010 15:47:

Not sure this is exactly the type of prog you are looking for but check it out and let me know:

Alex Ocampo - Kadesh (Kintar Sudam rmx)
Frangellico - Zonda
Mikas - Temperamental (Album edit)
Jaia - Hypnostatique (Jimmy van M remix)



Also Kintar Serendipity album released in August.


Posted by SPANIARD on Jan-08-2010 17:59:

The whole Progressive Resistance crew (Kintar & Rex, Maindave, Shiva etc).


Posted by infiniteJEST on Jan-09-2010 02:21:

quote:
Originally posted by Schadenfreude
I love 70's rock, but i am honest when i say that if every rock song today was made following the 70's formula it would not be a good thing.


Wolfmother has some decent stuff.


Posted by meriter on Jan-09-2010 03:03:

Thanks so much for the suggestions guys...

quote:
Originally posted by Mark Anthony
Josh Lasden:



^^ This is not so much what I'm talking about but a great example of the ethereal atmospheric stuff. Also looking for this sound as well.

quote:
Originally posted by Trancefxs
Not sure this is exactly the type of prog you are looking for but check it out and let me know:

Alex Ocampo - Kadesh (Kintar Sudam rmx)
Frangellico - Zonda
Mikas - Temperamental (Album edit)
Jaia - Hypnostatique (Jimmy van M remix)



Also Kintar Serendipity album released in August.


^^ That's the prog sound but it's still too "trancey" for my tastes. (sorry if that sounds elitist or jaded)

Here are a few good (old) examples I can think off:








^should've played that one a lot slower




Tkac & Haverlik - Synthia (original)

I don't know that's all I could really find for now.


Posted by meriter on Jan-09-2010 03:37:

one of our "locals" here knows whats up

http://www.tranceaddict.com/forums/...0&forumid=81&s=


Posted by basilisk on Jan-09-2010 04:50:

Try out some Repeat Customer:
http://drumlore.com/release/repeat-...ckers-unite-ep/

It's a bit different but certainly influenced by some of that old proggy sound.


Posted by RyanVice on Jan-09-2010 06:30:

That Killahurtz track is pure BLISS!


Posted by meriter on Jan-09-2010 14:11:






http://liebemp3.com/flash_player/fl...omas&id=3589882


^ This.


Posted by Aaron C. on Jan-11-2010 00:56:

quote:
Originally posted by meriter







Posted by corjay9 on Jan-11-2010 06:48:

Like this?


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