Ektoplazm - Psytrance Netlabel and Free Music Portal
Support Ektoplazm on Patreon!

Hallucinated Hologram – The Swamp Journeys

Free Music | Darkpsy, Forest | August 24, 2012 | Released by  | Posted by Basilisk

Hallucinated Hologram – The Swamp Journeys
01 - Mini Lizy (142 BPM)
02 - Hooga Booga (148 BPM)
03 - Clash Of The Twins (150 BPM)
04 - Crim Melana (148 BPM)

Biijah Records is extremely proud to present The Swamp Journeys, the debut of Hallucinated Hologram, an Israeli psytrance project formed by Hen Nagar, Lee Nagar, and Shiran Salomon. These songs are crafted for deep soul journeys into the mental swamp. Just relax and let the spore grow inside you! Mastered by Diogo C. Borges with artwork by Chlorophyllian.

MP3 Download | FLAC Download | WAV Download · Download count: 10,346.

Released under a Creative Commons licence for noncommercial usage.


Related Downloads

Forest Beings

Forest Beings

Forest Beings II

Forest Beings II

Underneath The Trees

Underneath The Trees


  • psyquake says:

    so talented! fucking yes please

  • shenga says:

    Great !!! sound echoes in the darkness of my mind …

  • buluk etznab says:

    beautifull experience!!!!

  • ET says:

    delicious sounds… keep going Rod!!!

  • Photophobia says:

    extremely swampy!

  • Al Pakka says:

    I remember hearing about swamp blues and I got excited because it sounded really good. I was disappointed. So I was dubious when I started listening to this, hoping I wouldn’t be similarly disappointed.

    I wasn’t! This is incredible swamp music. Brings the bog right to my ears! Love it. What swamps should be all about!

  • Nymphomania says:

    Fuck yeah! Swampsy! 5/5

  • Nymphomania says:

    Next time you don’t need to master it quite so hard, though, I would rather the edges be rounded than square.

  • diogo c. says:

    @Nymphomania: hey there mate, this is Diogo C. speaking – mastering engineer for this release.

    Thanks for the feedback regarding the mastering. I totally understand the point you raise and somehow agree with you, but unfortunately we have to make some compromises these days and make things a little louder than we usually like.

    Keep in mind that none of the Biijah Records releases are crushed to oblivion like most other stuff that’s being released in the last years. It is loud of course and I won’t deny it, but we managed to retain as much dynamic range we could.

    Hopefully in the future more people will have your attitude and become aware of the fact that “louder” doesn’t mean “greater”.

    Best regards!

Write a Comment