Originally posted by Subsonic Chronic:
I don't even know how else to explain it except to say that Infected Mushroom played the greatest set of music that I've ever heard in my life.
*EXACTLY* That just about perfectly sums up what I feel about Goa.Their performance was on such a completely different level than house, trance, or any other kind of electronic music, it felt so much more "complete". I don't know how else to say it.
Was it both of them DJ'ing, or just Erez Aizen? Did he / they use CD's or DAT? Or was it straight vinyl? Was the set beatmixed or just ambient mixed?We came back about an hour later to hear them do their dj set. This was the chance for them to play the tracks that we didn't get to hear, and it was almost as good as their live set.
Dayamn... that's some serious shit, especially coming from Kodos (aka the Ultimate Goa Snobno, you have noooooo idea... the +/-3 hours of mushroom heaven are indescribable. best musical experience of my life as well...
no attempt was made by duvdev [who was the only guy i saw up there, using CDs] to beat-match -- it was pure ambient fades... not that i cared! if the music is excellent [and the tracks he played sure were] who really cares, right? but if i'm going to be afflicted with minimal techno, which doesn't give the ear a whole lot to hang off of, then i'd at least like to hear a worthwhile mix... i didn't really hear a great mix all night, but its hard to tell with the tech-style since it all sounds the damn same.Was it both of them DJ'ing, or just Erez Aizen? Did he / they use CD's or DAT? Or was it straight vinyl? Was the set beatmixed or just ambient mixed?