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Global Goa Party 2: The Tracks

It’s been a few weeks since Global Goa Party 2, and the requests for the DJ’s tracklists have reached a fever pitch–please read on to satisfy your curiosity! Read more »


Global Goa Party 2: The Mixes

It’s party time, kids! This post provides you with the download links to all ten DJ mixes for GGP2, and will be updated with tracklists sometime in the coming days. Get your fluoro trance pants in the wash and start downloadin’! Read more »


kompressorkanonen – Lost Beaches

I’m very excited to present a special treat from kk – prolific collector, reviewer, and damn fine DJ whose mixes always have substance.

Basically a highly subjective interpretation of the evolution of the early 90’s Goa sound. The tracks are from 1989-1995, so most of them come from an era when the term “Goa trance” didn’t exist.

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Hallucinary – Secret Society

I’d like to introduce you all to Hallucinary in his first (though hopefully not last!) appearance on the Ranch.  An all-vinyl analog trip, clickyclicky to check out the wiggly waveforms within…

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DJ Solitare - The Future Was Now (the tracks)

DJ Solitare – The Future Was Now: The Tracks

The long-awaited track list for DJ Solitare’s mix The Future Was Now is finally revealed! More than a mere track listing, read on for Mark’s incredibly thorough recounting of each of the 30 tracks in the mix, with trivia and personal anecdotes that really lend this mix historical value.

Below are my notes for the tracks that I have used in this mix. There is a lot of detail here, but there are lots of musical details in each of these tracks, and everything we work with in our lives has lots of associations like these.Read more »


DJ Solitare – The Future Was Now

DJ Solitare bestows upon us a true gift of a guest mix here. In it we have nearly 3 1/2 hours of key-mixed magic from Mark Ainley, a man who’s been involved since the early days and has rubbed shoulders with many of the founding fathers of the genre. A label DJ for the fabulous DAT Records, Mark shares with us not only killer music presented in expert fashion, but a wonderful write-up as well.

“This mix is inspired by my experience at all-night events in Japan in the heyday of the psychedelic trance scene, primarily from 1994 to 1996.” Read more »


Jim Appleton – Neurogenesis

Goat Ranch resident Jim Appleton refreshes and re-releases a vintage set dug up and dusted off from his archives.

“I originally mixed this in 1998 on a cassette. It’s one I’ve kept over the years and only recently, after being given an old tape deck, have I been able to play it back.” Read more »


Music For Space Elevators

It’s been a few months since I’ve put together a straight-up Goa trance mix of my own and posted it here on the Goat Ranch. The fine folks over at Audioaddictz psytrance radio gave me a good excuse to lock myself in the lab for a bit, however, and featured this mix during their 4th Birthday Party celebration this past weekend. After testing its activity with the smaller control group over at Audioaddictz, it’s now available for wider consumption. Read more »


Hux Flux – Max-Capacitance

As voted “most wanted” by you Goat Ranchers out there, here’s the all-Hux Flux “artist mix” I’d promised back in July. In the three short years that this mix represents – 1998 to 2000 – Hux Flux released some of the most mental and twisted psychedelic trance that had yet to appear on the scene. Read more »


The Tree Tribe – Jungle Fever (Rapid Ascent Mix)

I am pleased to present to you, my dear trancers, a Goat Ranch guest mix of particular fantasticalitudeness. The Tree Tribe has graced us with an early-night ramp-up mix that’s guaranteed to get things rolling in the right direction. Read more »