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Caravan Palace – “Wonderland”

20 Feb

“Wonderland” by Caravan Palace off there album “<|°_°|>” AKA “Robot Face”

Caravan Palace specializes in the genre of “Electro Swing” which in my opinion is a very interesting and amazing sound they produce.

Theres only enough electro swing artists to fit on both of my hands but Caravan Palace is by far the best. If you want to go explore more of this genre and/or music then Caravan Palace’s “PANIC!’ album is where to start your journey my friend.

ATARAXYA

14 Feb

An otherworldly clubbing experience. Made by Supinfocom students.

“Atomic Dog” by George Clinton

22 Jan

A true classic of 80s psychedelia! Enjoy!

Psych-beat & lebanese hippies – 1970

5 Sep

I’m getting tired of saying this, but to my mind the 1970s were probably the best in the history of mankind. Yeah, there were problems, of course, but everything seemed to be in style and even the middle east things seem to have been somewhat more mellow. Check out these 1970s Lebanese hippies!

Freqs of Nature 2014 – Terrain Exploration

30 Mar

Unofficial aftermovie. Trippy enough to get you hyped for the festival season!

Fractilian NYE 2014 aftermovie

29 Mar

I looked at various party aftermovies and decided this one is worthy of a DPV post.

Chai, Charas & Changa

15 Mar

Written and directed by Giorgia Gaia. She also has a freely available paper on the subject.

The video explores the experience of psychedelic gnosis as it occurs in participants during psychedelic trance festivals, focusing on particular techniques involved in this process. Psychedelic gnosis is the practice of self-discovery and re-connection with a cosmic consciousness facilitated by the use of a wide range of psychedelic techniques and practices, including but not limited to psychoactive compounds, that facilitate ‘mind manifesting’. The video outlines what chai, charas and changa are, their historical origin and their symbolic and practical function in relation to the psychedelic gnosis process as experienced by participants during psytrance festivals. It includes first-hand observations, videos and quotes from the interviews conducted with participants and with Julian Palmer, the man who claims to have invented Changa.

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