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Tame Impala – The Moment (Music Video)

9 Feb

Some sexy psychedelia mixed in with surfing and skateboarding from Tame Impala.

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Tame Impala – ‘Cause I’m A Man

4 Jan

Some great 3D renders along with the chill, psychedlic rock vibes of Tame Impala

Tame Impala – Reality in Motion

28 Dec

Tame Impala – The Less I Know The Better

3 Dec

Tame Impala: Feels Like We Only Go Backwards

7 Jan

Arduously prepared plasticine delights (not strata-cut).
Making of pics here: http://beckyandjoes.com/tame-impala/

Tame Impala – Half Full Glass Of Wine

18 Dec

Half Full Glass Of Wine is the type of song you come across rarely with it’s half speed, double riffing magic. Kevins vocals float through the air like a magic carpet ride through an aural wonderland, the guitars dual each other in a call and response frenzy, which all leads up to a beast of a solo that holds you by the soul galloping away in oblivion.

Half Full Glass Of WIne comes accompanied by a video directed by creative minds Special Problems (Cut Off Your Hands, Mercy Arms) who has created the perfect trippy realm for you to get lost in. Humming birds that flutter around a sumo wrestler, monkeys bounce off of canons and dance upon their fiery discharge, dogs jump at floating ships on the horizon like possessed beasts.

Thanks to my house mate Loic for the link (I advice you to have a look at his blog as painter/street art actor : http://lepantinpeint.blogspot.fr/)

Tame Impala – Mind Mischief

17 Aug

The last two minutes of this electrifying video clip are amazing.

(Link: 6dmind. Thanks!)

Tame Impala / Caelum / Ólafur Arnalds

24 Apr

Due to my cock-up last week, I felt the need to supply something extra for your hungry serotonergic brains this time. I hereby present you a triple music video fiesta:

Tame Impala – Half Full Glass of Wine

Wonderful melange of styles. And walruses! By Special Problems.

Caelum – Apoptosis

Epic polar coordination by takcom.

Ólafur Arnalds – Ljósið

Celebrated Icelandic-Argentinian collaboration from 2009, featuring candyflippingly colorful smoke simulation by Esteban Diácono.

The best psychedelic videos of 2015

31 Dec

Screenshot 2015-12-31 10.08.55Goodbye 2015, hello 2016. As in every year’s end, the daily psychedelic video is proud to present you with the only list of the best psychedelic videos of the year. This year’s list was meticulously selected from a list of over 500 videos which were featured on the DPV in 2015, and it’s more colorful and hypnotizing than ever.

How to watch these videos

We recommend dedicating a psychedelic evening to watching these videos on big, sharp screens, with good speakers and in a receptive, psychedelic state of mind. These videos are not for intended for standard YouTube watching. They can be viewed this way, but they are much better when you let them take you on a journey. They are about the total and ultimate experience, letting go and merging with the shapes and colors on the screen.

Over the years members of the DPV have arranged many psychedelic video screenings both official and for friends. It is always an amazing-mind blowing experience. If you arrange a similar psychedelic videos screening, please take a picture of it and post it on Facebook, tagging our Facebook page.

 

When I was done dying – Dan Deacon

Nine of the world’s trippiest, most psychedelic animators collaborated on “When I was done dying”, including Jake Fried, Chad Vangaalen and Anthony Schepperd. The result is a fantastic mixture of styles that still works superbly as a unified piece. (Original post)

Janzliker – Micah Buzan

Michah Buzan says he doesn’t do drugs, yet his videos are hyper-psychedelic journeys to alternate realities. In this one, Buzan created a mesmerizing and disturbing rendition to a song by Pala Leda, which he says, is open to interpretations. While he works by himself and draws by hand, Buzan’s creative output over the past couple of years puts him at the top of our list of psychedelic video artists you should know. (Original post)

Diffusion – Kouhei Nakama

What if people could have patterned skin like animals. Kouhei Nakama says they will have it, and this is how it might look. (Original post).

Dry Lights – Xavier Chassaing

Choreographed light meets organic landscapes in this spectacular video of an electric desert which comes to life. (Original post).

Don’t hug me I’m scared – Episode 4

The psychedelic web (quasi)children show Don’t hug me I’m scared released two new episodes this year. Episode 4, which makes some pointed critique on life in the era of computers, is funny, witty, psychedelic, and terrifyingly true. (Original post).

You Could Sunbathe in this Storm – Alicia Dunseath

Alicia Duneath’s graduation film from the London College of Art utilizes an masterful mixture of techniques, looking at the way we shape and are shaped by the world around us. (Original post).

The less I know the better – Tame Impala

The psychedelic Tame Impala does it again, and this time in a raunchy high-school tale which features a sexy teenager, a hot basketball player and a gorilla. We won’t tell you anymore but be sure not to miss the lusciously psychedelic colored body around 2:30. Psychedelic perfection. (Original post).

Inner Space Artifacts – Ben Ridgway

Ben Ridgway’s Inner Space Artifacts transforms “artifacts from inner space” into “moving digital structures.” These are glowing and shining alien-droid structures you want to move into. (Original post).

Berg – Kanahebi

A group of bio-luminescent psychedelic sea-creatures dance in an underwater cave, demonstrating great beauty and jellyfish finesse. (Original post.)

Crystal – by Delorean (Directed by Joan Guasch)

“Created from two 3D scanned characters, ‘Crystal’ is a psychedelic trip through different stages in a relationship.” Joan Guasch creates a confusing world of torn bits and pieces which float in space, advancing and receding in perfect harmony. (Original post).

People on the Sand – TRACA

Nicholas Tracanelli doesn’t want to go where people are slow. He only wants to be with people like him. An amusing psychedelic pop song. (Original post).

Ex Animo – Wojciech Wojtkowski

Wojciech Wojtkowski created an award winning and amazing hand-drawn universe of grotesque creatures and absurd scenes mixed with some powerful chamber music. (Original post).

Abstract 44 – Morgan Beringer

Morgan Beringer’s Abstract 44 is a work of psychedelic avant-garde. The abstract moving color streams might remind one of an abstract-impressionist painting which has been awoken to life,  and while some of you watching this at the office might find it difficult to see what the fuss is about, in the right state of mind, this video can draw you in and take you on spectacular journeys. (Original post).

Days of High Adventure – Open Source

Days of high adventure is a spectacular fractal trance universe of numerous (elf?)machines doing their thing. Join the party. (Original post).

Julius Horsthuis – Our Fractal Brains

Fractal master Julius Horsthuis gives a lesson about the ways fractals relate to the ways we perceive and think, in an especially stunning classroom. This video was not featured on the DPV yet, but we had another spectacular video from Horsthuis which you can check out here.

Ink Mapping: Video Mapping Projection on Tattoos, by Oskar & Gaspar

In 2015 the world’s first live event of tattoo mapping was held in Lisbon. Tattoo mapping is a technique which brings tattoos into life by projecting animated tattoos on them. Oskar & Gaspar created a spectacular video which documented the event and went viral on the web. No aftereffects were used. (Original post).

Subconscious Cinema – Dreamscience

Dreamscience masterfully edited a collection of well-known cinematic scenes into a powerful and disturbing video which manages to deliver a strong message while drawing from the collective unconscious of popular culture. This is how cultures dream. (Original post).

Understanding Perception – Beau Lotto

Neuroscience professor Beau Lotto explains how our perception tricks us into seeing not what actually exists, but what was useful for us to perceive in the past, and suggests how technology might enable us to challenge this perceptual fallacy. Director Steve West did a tremendous job translating Lotto’s words into a beautiful animation.  (Original post).

Grocery trip – Pouff

You cannot talk about 2015 in psychedelic video without mentioning Google’s Deep Dream artificial neural networks. When allowed to think in loops, the Google neural network algorithm dreams up crazy realities and lays them on top of our ordinary reality. 2015 was the year in which we learned how machines dream, and for some weeks the internet was swarming with Google Deep Dream videos. Some saw this as an interesting perspective on how human consciousness creates its own reality, while others considered this a proof that droids, too, dream of electric sheep. From the many Deep Dream videos out there we selected Pouff’s video which demonstrates how — for a machine — a walk in the grocery store might turn into a psychedelic mirage. (Original post).

 

Some forgotten 2014 gems 

While we try our best, we can’t help but miss some of the fresh psychedelic videos out there on the web, and sometimes these get featured on the site a year or two after their release. So, same as every year, he are some of the best videos of 2014 which we missed in last year’s list.

Pasarinho – Rainer Scheurenbrand

YouTube user Juan F created this beautiful video clip to Rainer Scheurenbrand’s Pasarinho. A good contender for the title, the best Ayahusca music clip ever. (Original post).

Draft Culture – Dorian Concept

Rhythmically moving Kaleidoscopic drawings in this video to Dorians Concept’s “Draft culture. (Original post).

Saint Joan – Husky

Lucinda Schreiber directed and animated this beautiful music-clip to “St Joan” by Husky. The animation is fairly simple compared to some of the things you see on the site, but it works great together with the song. (Original post).

Zuma Teaser – Sam Mason

The spectacular Zuma teaser takes the viewer to alluring imaginary worlds which might remind one of the works of Moebius and Alejandro Jodorowsky. Too bad it’s so short. It left us wanting more! (Original post).

 

Intrinsic Gravity – Still

This spectacular op-art demo video won the first place in the Ghetto Scene 2014. (Original post).

Other Earth – Pouff

Pouff’s other earth video might just be the best fractal video ever produced. We’ll let you judge for yourself. (Original post).

Conact – Vladimir Tarasov 

Finally, a trip back in time. Vladimir Tarasov’s “Contact” from 1978 is an old Soviet psychedelic gem which tells the story of a painter who is contacted by an shape-shifting alien. Almost as an instinct, our painter imagines the alien as a scary and belligerent creature, he runs away from him and only later, when he lets go of his fear of the unknown, does he find out this alien other can become his good friend. Drawn in s a style somewhat reminiscent of the Beatles’ Yellow Submarine, the film won a couple of 1979 awards. (Original post).

 

Want to see the best psychedelic videos of previous years. Here you’ll find:

The best psychedelic videos of 2014

The best psychedelic videos of 2013

The best psychedelic videos of 2012

 

The top 2013 DPV psychedelic videos which were not made in 2013

4 Jan

A curious title for a post about top 2013 psychedelic videos. Let me explain…

Many of the best psychedelic videos of 2013 have not yet been published on the DPV. Some of them will only be published in the DPV in 2014 or maybe years in the future. For this reason we composed this complementary list to the Best Psychedelic Videos list of 2013, which includes some of the best psychedelic videos made in the years preceding 2013 but featured and featured on the DPV in 2013.

[[Click here to view the best 20 psychedelic videos created in 2013]]

Psychedelic Music Clips

Tame Impala – Full glass of Wine

A super trippy video by Tame Impala. (Original post).

Peaking Lights – Beautiful Son

If you’re gonna have a child. Do it the psychedelic way. (Original post).

Other candidates

Paul Weller kicks ass with a seizure inducing hardcore-psychedelic video.

Some kind of Victorian psychedelia in this spectacular video by Plush.

An Electro-Escheresque video for the song One Hundred Realities.

Beautiful psychedelic light show in the first single from Clinic’s seventh album

Jon Leone mixes organic imagery and creates a mesmerizing mirage to a song by Dungen.

Psychedelic Feel Good Videos

The Gummy Bear Song

This video always makes me smile. (Original post).

Usai Drop – Opening

The cutest magical world, inhabited by the cutest magical creatures. (Original post).

Psychedelic visuals

Hinode

Breathtaking computer generated animation of underwater jewelery, by Tetsuka Niiyama. (Original post).

Psychedelic food coloring by Dave Michuda

Some magnificent food coloring visuals. (Original post).

Inspirational Psychedelic Video

Terence Mckenna – The Message

Terence McKenna launces on an inspired rant about the psychedelic experience and it’s meaning to mankind, masterfully mixed with inspiring visuals. (Original post).

Psychedelic Nature Films

Fantastic Fungi: The Forbidden Fruit

Paul Stamets, the world’s foremost mycologist, talks about the incredible world of mushrooms, accompanied by amazing mushroom videos. (Original post).

Psychedelic Animation Films

Dora Kereszstes – Smiling Sad Willow Tree (2001)

Hungarian animator Dora Keresztes in a superb video which mixes European folk motives. (Original post).

Sandor Reisenbuchler – Warnings for every day (1993)

Spectacularly psychedelic animals give us a warning for every day. (Original post).

Almost made it

An explosion of great stuff from the Zagreb School of Animated Film (1974).

Hungarian artists of the subconscious Dóra Keresztes and István Orosz take us on a unforgettable journety.

Psychedelic Short Films

Maelstrom

A lonely and depressed young woman goes down the rabbit hole. (Original post).

Stereo 3D video mapping in Mapping Festival Geneva 2012

A video that takes video mapping to a whole new level… (Original post).

Almost made it

A cellular story from Japanese Indie animator Mirai Mizue.

A powerful animated short film dealing with the dark world of schizoaffective disorder.

Psychedelic Web Videos

Abelard – Last time in Space

A great kitschy psychedelic quality in this video to a track by Abelard. (Original post).

Ori Toor – Unofficial video to Panda Bear’s Alsatian Darn

Ori Toor does a masterful work in this unofficial video to a track by Panda Bear. (Original post).

Almost made it…

Turning pharmaceutical commercials into a psychedelic video is an achievement which commands my astonishment.


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