Suntrip Records

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Suntrip Records VOF
TypeVennootschap onder firma
IndustryMusic & entertainment
Key people
Joske Vranken, Fabien Marsaud, both sharing the CEO position, and Chris Roquet.
ProductsMusic & entertainment

Suntrip Records is a half-French, half-Belgian record label, releasing Goa trance and melodic Psychedelic trance. Suntrip Records was set up in the summer of 2004 by Fabien "Mars" Marsaud, one of the founders of the website and Joske "Anoebis" Vranken, a Belgian DJ and party-organiser.

In 2002, the first ideas for founding a melodic Goa trance label arose. It would offer an alternative to modern Full on psychedelic trance, a music style that branched off Goa trance. The idea was to release new Goa trance music similar to its style in 1995–1998, but with modern production.

The first album to be released on Suntrip Records was Sky Input by Swedish composer Filteria. The Suntrip Association was officially created under French law on 17 July 2004, its office situated in Malakoff, France, and its board comprised four people.

On 16 October 2007, Suntrip became a Belgian company as a Vennootschap onder firma. Its office used to be situated in Ghent and moved to Maarkedal in 2018.

In 2017, Chris Roquet, joined this core team to take care of the bookings activity, 604bookings.

Suntrip releases mainly melodic Goa trance, but occasionally also offers music close to the Dark genres with the "Ka-Sol - Fairytale" and "Temple of Chaos" albums, as well as Ambient such as the compilation "Opus Iridium" and the album "Electrypnose - Sweet Sadness".

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