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This Will Destroy You – “New Topia”

2 Oct

Experimental post rock band, This Will Destroy You, brings us and adult swim a music video for the song “New Topia” which is about the spiritual and symbolic journey through the seven sacraments, which allows us to dream for what could be revealed behind the door to the afterlife. New Topia is a place for imagination and hope for what lies ahead.

Honestly probably one of my top psychedelic/animation video of this year. The ethereal sounding music takes over your mind and body as you watch the simplistic symbols transform, before the song kicks in sending you into deep time. so be warned…

This WILL destroy you

 

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“Transformer” by Marnie Stern

24 Sep

Sunbeam Sound Machine – “Daibutsu”

18 Sep

An unofficial music video created by Cosmic Drop for Australian pop band, Sunbeam Sound Machine’s song “Daibustu”, which brings us a feel good pop tune to help bring up your moods.

If your into Psychedelic Pop/Rock then i would recommend giving these guys a listen, more specifically with there first album “Wonderer”

“Cold Fear” by Moon Duo

10 Sep

This is the first part of a suite of videos Micah Buzan animated for San Francisco’s Moon Duo (you can watch the second part here).

“Bleck”- music video for JJUUJJUU directed by Vinyl Williams

18 Aug

Download ad the interactive version at jjuujjuu.org

 

http://www.laweekly.com/music/desert-daze-founder-phil-pirrone-of-jjuujjuu-is-like-the-dad-of-las-psych-rock-scene-8177543

“Falling to Pieces” by Faith No More

13 Aug

Recess: School’s Out – “Green Tambourine”

7 Aug

Credit sequence from the movie Recess: Schools Out.

I remember watching this show whenever i could when i was a kid, and it brings backs much nostalgia just watching it again. I saw the movie as a kid, but watching it again i never noticed how much 60’s references there were, as well as this psychedelic ending to my childhood. It brings me much joy and laughter knowing that a children’s show like this had the balls to incorporate 60’s elements like this into there movie. Its beautiful really, and earns its place as one of my favorite childhood shows.

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