psychedelic animation, Psychedelic Art, Psychedelic Computer Gaming, Psychedelic Humor, Psychedelic TV

Off the Air: Paradise (S07E03)

Aired in 2017.

List of videos in this episode:

Intro animation by Ricky Jonsson Jr.
Interstitials by Sam Hochman and Kristel Brinshot
Isla’s Day by Jeremy Sengly and Winona Regan
Autonomous Paradise by Filip Kostić
SMITE by Thomas de Rijk
The Jungle by Joseph Melhuish
Yeasties by Jordan Speer, video processing by Robert Beatty
Pin Pon (gameplay trailer) by Theo Triantafyllidis
LadyPecs blasterX by Andy and Sam Rolfes
Selfish workers by Alexandre Louvenaz
Quiet Time by Elenor Kopka
Intergalactic Absurdism by Tea Stražičić; Server Ho by Andrew Thomas Huang
Basilisk by Geriko
Sunset by Ezra Miller; GIFs by Jeremy Sengly and Winona Regan

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psychedelic animation, Psychedelic Art, Psychedelic Humor, Psychedelic Short Films, Psychedelic TV

Off the Air: Technology (S07E02)

Aired in 2017.

List of videos in this episode:

My Expanded View by Corey Hughes
AB95 by Wham City Comedy
Glucose by Jeron Braxton
Scissorhands Unboxing by Thu Tran
Doorcuts by Zak Tatham
Why Cecco Beppe Does Not Die (Scratch ‘n Sniff Edition) by Ben Coonley
Day Off 1 by Jillian Mayer
Robotomy by Sam Hochman and Alex Reynolds
End of Simulation by Milton Melvin Croissant III
Lyrica by Shana Moulton

psychedelic animation, Psychedelic Humor, Psychedelic TV

Off the Air: Earth (S07E01)

Aired in 2017.

List of videos in this episode:

Reflection Void by Lance Page
Monkey Dreams by Rebecca Shenfeld, footage provided by Getty Images
Lingua Naturae and Deep Time by Julius Horsthuis
When Humans Ruled the Earth by Stephen Ong
“Whale” music video by Pavel Samokhvalov
Digital Nature by Cristopher Golden (credited as The Studio Gold)
Mr. Madila by Rory Waudby-Tolley
“Woodswimmer” music video by Brett Foxwell
Mushroom Timelapse by Eric Deren
The Infinite Now (credited as Infinite Now) by Armand Dijcks and Ray Collins

psychedelic live, Psychedelic Music Clips, Psychedelic TV

Sly and the Family Stone visit the Ed Sullivan show (Dance to the music) (1969)

Sly and the family stone performing to the buttoned-up Ed Sullivan crowd in 1969. Just watch the looks on people’s faces as the group descends to the crowd.

And here’s another one by the family. Boy, these guys  had style,.