Even it has been busy year for all of us at Neogoa, we have a lot of great news for all folks who are interested to have some of our music in their CD’s collection. After the release of Lunar Dawn and Imba digipaks earlier this year, we’re happy to start the pre-orders for limited edition of 2015 album Birds Will Go To Heaven by Ohm Mind at our official Bandcamp page. Since we will have only 40 copies available at Bandcamp, we hope that people who enjoyed this release will have the opportunity to get it on time. It will come with improved artwork by Svem and Richpa and all buyers will get the exclusive and unreleased download of Ayahuasca remix by Ohm Mind (with kind permission of our pal Proxeeus) in 24-bit WAV quality. Shipping starts on January 3rd 2017.
For more informations you can visit the release page (or hit the Bandcamp player below):
About Ohm Mind:
Ohm Mind is Jeremy Cambon, a Belgian producer born and stationed in Brussels. Jeremy discovered Goa Trance rumble while he attended a Goa Madness party in Brussels in 2007. He was immediately hooked by the spacy and futuristic sounds of this style. His project started around 2008 when he met some friends who showed him the basics of production. After some experiments with Fruity Loops software, he decided to work with N-Tone-Dub and François Chautemps, 2 Sound engineers. Thanks to the creative insight and skills they brought to the table, Jeremy found his own signature, his own style.
In 2014 he started performing his live sets and many people were able to see him in action during the various High Frequencies and Dance For Life events that were held in Belgium that summer. His first release appearance was on the Translinguistic Perceptions compilation made by Visionary Shamanic Records where he published his track Alien Flora. Few months later, Jeremy became a part of Neogoa Records where he released his debut album Birds Will Go To Heaven, through Ektoplazm platform. His sound can be described as highly energetic, a true acid driven newschool Goa trance which often peeks into woders of more classical, oldschool Goa sound.