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Ct Madness for Crossover Prog

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Topic: Ct Madness for Crossover Prog
Posted By: Vikentios Geranos
Subject: Ct Madness for Crossover Prog
Date Posted: June 09 2017 at 10:21

I would like to suggest CT MADNESS, probably for the Crossover Prog genre.

CT MADNESS is the solo project of Chris Terzis.

Country: Cyprus

Biographical information can be found here:

Proggnosis.com: https://www.proggnosis.com/Artist/13875" rel="nofollow - https://www.proggnosis.com/Artist/13875

CT MADNESS’ Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ctmadness" rel="nofollow - https://www.facebook.com/ctmadness

Their only official release is the instrumental electronic progressive album “Neurotransmissions and Impulses” which can be found here:

Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/music/album/CT_MADNESS_Neurotransmissions_And_Impulses?id=B2fkmojdmuejnllv3iiydpon7ee" rel="nofollow - https://play.google.com/store/music/album/CT_MADNESS_Neurotransmissions_And_Impulses?id=B2fkmojdmuejnllv3iiydpon7ee

Apple iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/neurotransmissions-and-impulses/id1150863569" rel="nofollow - https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/neurotransmissions-and-impulses/id1150863569

The album includes the following 5 tracks:

1. Antisthenes and Zorba Positronium (9:00)
2. Travelling Through the Fallopian Tubes (7:37)

3. Firebrain's Muzzle Blast (6:28)
4. Neurotransmissions and Impulses (7:20)
5. SSRI Dance in the Gap of the Synapse (5:55)

- total time 36:22 -

The full album can be streamed here:

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/ctmadness/sets/neurotransmissions-and" rel="nofollow - https://soundcloud.com/ctmadness/sets/neurotransmissions-and

and

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=esvrlfTEQCc" rel="nofollow - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=esvrlfTEQCc

 




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Posted By: kev rowland
Date Posted: June 18 2017 at 22:57
Added to our charts


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If everytime we tell a lie a little fairy dies

They must be building death-camps in the garden




Posted By: kev rowland
Date Posted: July 16 2017 at 14:45
Moved form Crossover to Electronic


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If everytime we tell a lie a little fairy dies

They must be building death-camps in the garden




Posted By: Vikentios Geranos
Date Posted: July 21 2017 at 10:39
I have checked the progfreak.com here http://progfreak.com/PA-50702.html?path=psych/nw

and it seems that CT Madness has been moved to Psychedelic Prog Chart

instead of the Electronic chart.

Is this a mistake?



Thanks


Posted By: noni
Date Posted: July 21 2017 at 11:05
Originally posted by kev rowland kev rowland wrote:

Moved form Crossover to Electronic

I do not see it in PA?


Posted By: noni
Date Posted: July 21 2017 at 11:07
Quite a nice album..Smile


Posted By: Tuzvihar
Date Posted: July 21 2017 at 11:34
Originally posted by Vikentios Geranos Vikentios Geranos wrote:

I have checked the progfreak.com here http://progfreak.com/PA-50702.html?path=psych/nw

and it seems that CT Madness has been moved to Psychedelic Prog Chart

instead of the Electronic chart.

Is this a mistake?



Thanks


It's the same team that takes care of several related subgenres: PSIKE = Psychedelic + Indo/Raga + Krautrock + Prog Electronic. Smile


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Posted By: Logan
Date Posted: July 21 2017 at 11:51
EDIT: oops, spent enough time looking into this after I started on the post that I didn't notice it had already been responded to.   My response is quite redundant now.

Originally posted by Vikentios Geranos Vikentios Geranos wrote:

I have checked the progfreak.com here http://progfreak.com/PA-50702.html?path=psych/nw

and it seems that CT Madness has been moved to Psychedelic Prog Chart

instead of the Electronic chart.

Is this a mistake?



Thanks
   

I think that I can clear this one up. Crossover felt that it was best suited to Electronic so they voted move and brought it to the attention of the PSIKE team. PSIKE covers various categories: Psychedelic, Indo Prog/ Raga Rock, Krautrock and Electronic.   Psych, which used to be a separate team, was amalgamated with Indo-Prog/ Krautrock and Electronic.

If you look at the categories in ProgFreak, the categories represented by the PSIKE team only had a progfreak entry for Psych because Krautrock/ Electronic and Raga did not use that chart. So now I expect when it goes on the charts they just use the Psych entry to cover all of the PSIKES team's purview. The Psych PA evaluation category at Progfreak could be remade as PSIKE to reflect the amalgamation, but that could still generate some confusion due to the vast majority being in Psych since they used the chart for so long (a rename might be a good idea, such as Psych+IKE but progfreak is not part of Prog Archives, and I don't know if I'd ask Mike there to bother. The charts are primarily there to help the team to stay organised and they understand it.


Originally posted by noni noni wrote:

Originally posted by kev rowland kev rowland wrote:

Moved form Crossover to Electronic


I do not see it in PA?


It's not in PA yet, it's now under evaluation by the PSIKE team. When teams are alerting people of a move to another category they commonly mean that evaluation has moved to another team (they voted move, meaning that another team should check it out, and then that team might vote move again). It's the terminology that teams commonly use.


See the voting options for Prog Archives evaluations at progfreak:


     Yes
     Prog-Related
     No
     Need Time
     Unsure
     Abstain
     Move

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"The very powerful and the very stupid have one thing in common. They don’t alter their views to fit the facts. They alter the facts to fit the views" (Doctor Who - The Face of Evil, Jan 22, 1977).


Posted By: noni
Date Posted: July 21 2017 at 12:02
This to me sounds similar in stile to Jean-Michel Jarre type of music,  but on a simpler level...  Those who love  Tangerine Dream music and so forth. Smile



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