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December 02, 2013, 09:46:24 AM

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Blue Balls



01. Paul Crik – Killin’ It with Blue Balls (000 BPM)
02. Saiko Disco – Danger Zone (157 BPM)
03. Aether – Milligrams Not Megatons (130 BPM)
04. Defib – Astrodiginaught [feat. William Thoren on Digeridoo] (137 BPM)
05. Mussa Kussa – Milfhunter (162 BPM)
06. Foxdye – Northwest Sigh (170 BPM)
07. A’damn – F-You-Tures [UltraTom Remix] (102 BPM)
08. Luomuhappo – Sputnik [James Reipas Remix] (86 BPM)
09. Nervasystem – Abstractus Revalata (145 BPM)
10. Rip Van Hippy – Elemental Spirits (150 BPM)
11. Jucid – Terrorpeudic (133 BPM)
12. James Reipas – Dawn (129 BPM)
13. Phat H.O.M.O. – My Poodle’s Name Is Adelaide [Voting Rights Act of 1965 Remix] (136 BPM)
 
Download now at: ektoplazm.com/free-music/blue-balls!

Hot on the heels of Crop Circle Jerk, Psymply Psychedelic Productions is back with a case of Blue Balls.
A global circle jerk that’s bursting at the seams with psychedelic pressure, Blue Balls features music from some of the world’s premier psychedelic composers.
Blending together a special mixture of Goa, progressive, suomi, psycore, and downtempo, Blue Balls will tickle your sylph and leave you wanting more.
Mastered by Amina at Foxdye Studios with artwork by PhillyG.
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December 10, 2013, 11:17:17 PM
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Some nice tracks on here, thanks and congrats!
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December 11, 2013, 11:53:32 AM
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Thank you =)
I definitely know that the range of sounds on here won't please everyone. I am trying to spread a wide net with the audio my label is promoting but the feedback thus far has been overall very good.

Now that I have tested the waters a bit, I am really hoping to evolve into a more standard label with physical media releases (vinyl and cd), as well as a bandcamp page and more. I'd like to release artist albums as well as compilations too.

It's a fun little project and I appreciate all of the feedback and support that I get.
Thanks again =)
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December 16, 2013, 10:49:24 AM
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good luck with the physical media - hard to pull that off and not lose a bundle of money these days.
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December 16, 2013, 04:32:52 PM
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I've seen good strategies.
I've already done the physical media thing in the past with a previous record label.
I learned my lessons and have a better grasp on things.

We'll see what happens...
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