3D Psychedelia, Psychedelic Music Clips, Psychedelic Visuals

ackerman- IN FLUX (dir. Eli Ayers)

feelgood psychedelia, Psychedelic Music Clips, Psychedelic Video Art, Psychedelic Visuals, trippy

Mucca Pazza – Barbarous Relic (dir. Matthew Shelton)

Chicago’s long-beloved punk rock marching band Mucca Pazza gets the Flex Your Love Muscles treatment for this moody and wild original composition.


Psychedelic Cinema, psychedelic movies, Psychedelic Visuals, trippy

When Black Birds Fly (Trailer) – Jimmy ScreamerClauz

Trailer for the full-length psychedelic horror film by Jimmy ScreamerClauz.  The trailer alone is an endurance test, to say nothing of the insanity that may be induced by watching the entire film!  Proceed with extreme trepidation, disturbing content warning!

psychedelic animation, Psychedelic Art, Psychedelic Visuals

God Knox – Kokofreakbean

A favorite here at the DPV, the one and only Kokofreakbean.  It’s been a little while since we have seen anything new from this master of fast-cut, brain meltingly glitchy and surreal visual onslaughts, but you may be sure that more is on the way.


contemplative psychedelia, Home Made Psychedelia, psychedelic animation, Psychedelic Visuals

The Me Bird (18bis)


The Me Bird from 18bis on Vimeo.

Stunning animated paper cut outs are used to visualize a Pablo Neruda poem by the same name.

Psychedelic Visuals

Fire-Toolz – Dreamt Hex Code (Angel Marcloid)

The video and music work of Chicago’s Angel Marcloid is prolific, both in quantity and the sheer onslaught of visual and auditory delights. This latest video is only the most recent tip of an enormously inventive and challenging iceberg. Suggested playlist for those who just can’t get enough: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X2TAGLqtWnA&list=PLG_yz3Q1Gw8aVCfGpL8OFC3oa20KpKlBp

psychedelic animation, psychedelic experience, Psychedelic Visuals

Mr. Madila (dir. Rory WT)


Mr Madila from Rory WT on Vimeo.

Delightful short film of an animation student’s process of seeking out help from a “spiritual healer” he found advertised on a flier. The story that unfolds is a hilarious examination of the often-blurry line between hucksterism and sincerity that one finds in today’s “urban shaman” and “healer for hire” environment.