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Baron Samdi – Cursed Bloodline

Free Music |  | July 5, 2011 | Released by  | Posted by Basilisk

Baron Samdi – Cursed Bloodline
01 - Cursed Bloodline (146 BPM)
02 - Mississippi (144 BPM)
03 - Ouija Es-Tu Là (144 BPM)

Baron Samdi is Oswald Pfeiffer, a French producer known in the Goa scene as PharaOm, a frequent contributor to Underground Alien Factory Records. Cursed Bloodline introduces Pfeiffer’s darker side: a rich psychedelic world of sound distinguished by orchestral elements and plenty of eerie atmospheres. This release covers the strange middle ground between light and shadows, working with themes of mysticism, witchcraft, and voodoo to tell the kind of story you might find in the New Orleans of the weirdest horror movies. Mastered by Keamia with cover art by Ewoud Vandenberghen and Oswald Pfeiffer.

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  • Tremari0 says:

    Really interesting sound! :)

  • Soulslayer says:

    Yummy !!! Excellent Goa !

  • Oniric says:

    Very powerful and trippy goa !

  • pozsi says:

    Cool! Thanks!

  • jaja says:

    i like the trance melody in 1 very much : )

  • Somazoid says:

    Nice Gothic atmosphere, the melodies are pure bliss + great storytelling! Many thanks for this release! This Oswald guy has a lot of potential both as PharaOm & Baron Samdi. Keep up the good work!

  • adem says:

    5 star. thanks for good job!

  • Somnesia says:

    Salut ma poule!! Non je ne t’ai pas oublié ^^
    Excellent EP, merci de nous faire partager ton talent. Bon, la prochaine sortie c’est Santorin, obligé!!

  • psyhand says:

    ça m’a fait penser a certain morceau de “cradle of filth”
    tu a une super inspiration j’ai trop kiffé jolie création
    yes yes yes *****

  • XeR0 says:

    Incredible release! Great melodies, spine-tingling vocals, tangible effects…all in one kick-ass release! Awesome work!

  • Plasmo says:

    Awesome melodies , thanks a lot for sharing it and hope to hear soon new music from Samdi :)

  • Van Vansing says:

    I’m liking this.

    Vampire Goa!

  • GOAflyakite says:

    Phara0m’s cellar door track off the dimensional gateway release was one of the most beautfiul goa songs I’ve ever listened to. Cant wait to here the dark side now >:D

  • Henry says:

    This is NOT Goa. It’s Full-On. Can’t people tell the difference? Really?

  • Imba says:

    You will teach us what is Goa what is Full On LOL

    Goa isnt just oriental and flowy melodic music. You should see difference in goa ;)

  • venohm says:

    similar to ‘Xenomorph’-style. nice release, thx for the music.

    Oswald, keep it up!

  • Plasmo says:

    magnificent release……thanks a lot for sharing this !!!

  • Nova Fractal says:

    Good job Oswald :) loving this kind of Goa ;) keep up!!!

  • Yesssssss.
    I need more.

  • capt Gantu says:

    Very nice release. Great buildups and emotion.

  • Trinitron says:

    Havent listened yet, tho the idea of it being a full on (crap) release instead of genuiune goa (good) turns me down a little bit.
    OF course i will try it tho!

  • Trinitron says:

    Full on and goa the diference is so big that it made me stop collecting “psy” music!

    Full on was created to milk some cash out of the goa culture, goatrance was more underground and genuine, but impossible to exploit commercially. Full on is like a friendly version of goa, taking out also the middle eastern melodic influences.

    Both Full on and darkpsy leave a lot to be desired, in 1000 tunes from each style is HARD to find a single decent tune. Goa, soumi and psychedelic trance are the way to go!

  • Baron Samdi says:

    Baron Samdi here.

    When I worked on these tunes my purpose was to make something unusual and experimental by melting elements of goa, dark, forest, and ofcourse a bit of classical music.
    Please take it as it comes: this EP is NOT fullon (Never wanted to create fullon and and truly don’t give a f* about this type of music), it’s just Craftwork and underground trance.

    Thanks everyone for your support and feedbacks by the way ! :)
    Moar goa is coming in 2012, be prepared !

  • Nymphomania says:

    I agree w/ Baron Samdi/PharaOm he is not full on. However, I see the confusion considering that equipment and production techniques have changed a lot since the days of original goa, and therefore modern basslines are typically going to be more sonically similar to those of ‘full on’ than to the old goa. This stuff is all quite digital.

    I think people are silly to make generalized statements about entire genres / subgenres. Fact is, there are producers in every niche who make bland, indistinct music, and those who invest their music w/ real creativity, depth and feeling.

    Have you people heard, for example, Ryanosaurus’ “Kaleidosaur”, available here on ektoplazm. Epic, sophisticated 10 minute tracks full of twists, turns, dramatic emotions and diverse instrumentation. Yet this is “Full On”.

    Or how about “Mother Pitch” by Toï Doï, also available here, blending full on and goa so seamlessly it shows not only the potentials of both styles, but the fact that they can co-exist in harmony (!).

  • Dragon says:

    you open your eyes , just to see a deep cold forest…moonlight beaming in…and a sound from a great distance… all people around the camp fire, get startled…. and IT’S RISING … creepy…. the air is filled with some multicolored fluids moving just in a sync!!!!! —————————————–

    eyes closing up take me to the new world….filled with darkness.
    just….. this ME and that DARK-GOA !!!

    *RESPECT* — from India

  • kitrinos says:

    I think a lot of people here rate the music judging by the cover art, sometimes before actually listening to the songs. This sucks because it can be misleading and does not help the listener decide what to listen. I wonder if anyone agrees with this.
    Maybe it’d be better if we didn’t rate.

    Anyway, nice music here, original and with good storytelling soundscapes, as usual from Oswald.

    Thank you for sharing your work with us and good luck with your new projects.

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