2006 SAN FRANCISCO Underground | San TRANCEcisco

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San TRANCEcisco

by 2006 SAN FRANCISCO Underground

Mind bending PsyTrance and Underground Dance Music. Futuristic soundscapes with strong basslines.
Genre: Electronic: Trance
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1. Beyondanada-The Doramey Fossillotti (feat. Heather Ellswo
The Doramey Fossillotti, featuring Heather Ellsworth
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6:03 album only
2. Design Possiblities-RANDOM
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7:33 album only
3. Bumper Boats-Sea Creatures
Sea Creatures
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8:26 album only
4. Alien Antics-Enigma Machine
Enigma Machine
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7:30 album only
5. Dirtyhertz
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4:03 album only
6. After Party-SANYAMA
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6:20 album only
7. Transient Node-Helios
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8:00 album only
8. Scarab-The Loomii
The Loomii
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6:50 album only
9. The Wizard-EKKO
EKKO audio
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7:59 album only
10. Callisto-Vaporware
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7:12 album only
11. We Come in Peace-Etienne
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6:01 album only


Album Notes
San TRANCEcisco

This compilation fuses producers from the Bay Area to create an immersive sound outside of today's musical climate. This underground perspective travels through all the senses and brings you melodic soundscapes, brute force, spatial beauty and above all psychedelia.

The artists featured in San TRANCEcisco have played in many venues and collectives including: Burning Man, Thump Radio, Qool, Spundae, Illuminaughty, Opel, Phoenix Family, Fusion, 1015 and Tantra.

In between the gentle harmonics of The Doramey Fossillotti and the ElectroPsyTrance monster track by Etienne, you will discover a new possibility in Electronic Music.

DirtyHertz's tracks and remixes are being supported by some of the top DJs in the world like: Sasha, Paul Van Dyk and Dave Seaman.

The Loomii and Sanyama will open new doors of perception whether you hear them for the 1st time or the 50th time... It's music that has to be heard!

Sea Creatures are an integral part of the amazing Collective Aranji.com - "Hell Bent On Making You Think!"

The duo Enigma Machine and producers Random & Helios are deeply rooted in the Psychedelic Underground and their command of music and emotion is undeniable.

Vaporware's melodic Trance/Breaks "Callisto" follows EKKO's mind blowing PsychedelicTechno track "The Wizard" (the last 3 minutes of this track is insane)

San TRANCEcisco is dedicated to all of those creative souls who devote their time and energy to love, art, music or dance.
Proceeds of the sale of this CD will go to International Marketing efforts to finally enhance the presence of North American Trance throughout the world.


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Steve O.

Great Jamz, a wide variety of Psychedelic Trance styles
It's great to hear some awesome music coming out of the U.S. - Thanks!

Bob Trahpek

This CD brilliantly attains a fusion of psytrance styles in a sonic tapestry.
"San TRANCEcisco", the debut release from Keyframe Entertainment, brilliantly attains a fusion of psytrance styles in a sonic tapestry.

Funky kaleidoscopic harmonies dominate, making the album a syncopated mesmerizing trance journey. Its bouncy rhythms are uplifting and emit a positive energy. The album has a certain raw edgyness that gives it a unique and creative flare, which is undeniably catchy.

The album is a sampling of some of the best underground psytrance producers in San Francisco. The tracks by Random, Enigma Machine, Helios, Ekko, and Etienne are my favorites, but the other tracks are excellent in their own regards. I would give this album a 9 out of 10 for consistency of good tracks.

Best wishes,
Z I A – T R A N C E

Dean K.

This is what the scene needed - I've been waiting for a new sound for a while. THANK YOU!!!!!

Benny Bunghola

This Is a Nice a Sauce!
I loves a da flavor of a disa music....It a makes a me wanna' cooka' da pasta sauce alla day and night while eye dance a!

Alan Laver

Great SF sound
Great, slamming beats, great song selection. Most tracks are amazing, real fun to listen to, and even better to dance to

Scott Robinson

Once I heard this, it is now one of my favorites.
You hear this rush of heavy trance funky fusion and then it shifts to other varying sounds and back. I like the waves of sound as it hits you, and the psytrance variations.


This is a strong set of psy tracks and certainly proves the Bay Area underground
The opener on the San TRANCEcisco comp which is a presentation of the "Bay Area's Underground Trance Movement" isn't what I expected. I was under the impression I was entering the world of psy trance but I have a hard time labeling The Doramey Fossillotti's "Beyonddananda (featuring SMP)" as trance. Which isn't to say it's not good. Chilled beats fuse beautifully with etherea in what is a lovely piece of psy downtempo. "Design Possibilities" by Random however moves into the realm of goa-psy and leaves me to assume that track one was an intro. Guess I spoke too soon, huh? Doesn't matter. The first track was great, and so is "Design Possibilities," a teflon-slick dart of sleek acid textures. Sea Creatures' "Bumper Boats" has as its backbone the traditional low goa melody line with some nicer higher textures woven in for completion of a groovy track. "Alien Antics" by Enigma Machine hauls in some even deeper darkness for . "Suicide" by Dirtyhertz is profoundly progressive and more subtle while "After Party" by Sanyama returns to the styles of previous tracks. "Transient Node" by Helios is chemically psychedelic. A lighter feel, as though heading for liftoff, bejewels "Scarab" track by The Loomii. EKKO's "The Wizard" slowly progresses to lively personality and Vaporware's "Callisto" boasts buzzy textures that make it one of the more unique tracks on the disc, which closes with the semi-minimalism of Etienne's "We Come in Peace." This is a strong set of psy tracks and certainly proves the Bay Area underground worthy of further exploration. -- review by Kristofer Upjohn