Psychedelic Music Clips, Psychedelic Rock

“Strangers In The Night” by Principe Valiente

Jacob Frössén’s video for “Strangers in the Night” emphasizes the psychedelic undertones in the aesthetics of Dark Wave.

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Psychedelic Commercials, Psychedelic electronic music

The Real Thing – 1960s psychedelic commercials mixed with DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist

Those 1960s commercials were quite psychedelic here’s an apt and awesome mix of these 1960s psychedelic commercials with some cool music from DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist.

Psychedelic Art, Psychedelic electronic music, Psychedelic Music Clips, Psychedelic Visuals

Journey To The Center – Bassnectar

“Visuals by Sebastian Wahl

In Spring of 2016, we teamed up with Sebastian and Black Lake Media members Matt Cummer and Nick Grimshaw to create a one-of-a-kind live visual piece for ‘Journey To The Center’. Sebastian created the still composition as a layered resin piece, and Black Lake ‘brought it to life’ as a digital creation, meticulously animating each element layer by layer, and timing each element perfectly to the beat of the song.”

psychedelic experience, Psychedelic Short Films, psychedelic spirituality

Fraternidade Kayman

The Fraternidade Kayman are doing some wicked daime (ayahuasca) works mixed with Umbanda (Brazilian spirit religion) motives in the center of the huge Brazilian city Belo Horizonte , and their YouTube and Vimeo channels are filled with quite mind-blowing videos taken from their ceremonies.

psychedelic animation, Psychedelic Art

Sean Capone: Cities and The Sky #2 (Unkai)

Sean describes this work:

Commissioned for a custom video wall in Chicago, this 4K animated loop is inspired by contemporary, abstract visions of landscape, and is a more refined follow-up to the video ‘Cities & The Sky’ (2014). The installation site features a high elevation and panoramic view of the surrounding city and lake, which guided me to the Japanese concept of ‘unkai’, or “sea of clouds”, to explore multiple shifting perspectives and emerging/submerging points of detail and architectural elements … as an act of meditative looking, the uncanny scale of one’s field of vision becomes temporal as well as physical.