Tag Archives: psychedelic music video

Star Slinger – Mornin’

24 Feb


This video for Star Slinger’s song Mornin’ has a warm 70’s-psychedelia look and sound to it. I wish every morning looked like this.

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“Pon De Floor” by Major Lazer

12 Feb

This is outrageous, preposterous, decadent, a case of moral decline and sooo not safe to watch at work. This is what became of those children that you forgot to pick up at the kindergarten… sixteen years ago. What else can I say to make you watch it? I promise: it will blow your mind! and your ass might follow…

Info from director Eric Wareheim’s vimeo page:

Directed by Eric Wareheim

Edited and Animation by Zachary Johnson & Jeffery Max fatalfarm.com

Art and Vector Insanity by Kevin O’Neill & Karisa Senavitis willworkforgood.org

Produced by Clark Reinking

Styling by Amanny Ahmad

Twentytwohundred by Syntaks

3 Feb


From the video description: “Syntaks’ Jakob Skott created this video for the song “Twentytwohundred” (from his group’s full-length Ylajali), in which the parallels between the Danish artist’s visual and aural sensibilities are on full display. Warm, saturated colors and dreamy, abstract imagery fill the clip with a sense of nostalgic wonder, echoing the music’s romantic mingling of the real and unreal.”

Go-qualia “Requiem”

20 Jan


A pitch-perfect video for Go-qualia’s Requiem, with sparkling imagery and elements of sacred geometry. It reminds me of Eckhart Tolle’s quote: “diamonds are the enlightenment of rocks.” In that sense, this video is a beautiful visual representation of enlightenment.

Jonti “Firework Spraying Moon”

30 Dec


Strawberry skies and multi-hued dyes make for a trippy video (and song) from South African/Australian musician Jonti.

Sur le Quai

16 Dec


This video for “On the Platform” by The Bewitched Hands is a visual revelry, telling the story of dimensional conquest driven by love. Perhaps an archetypal allegory for all evolutionary leaps.

Blackbird Blackbird – Pure

9 Dec


This video evokes altered-state imagery that will be familiar to many viewers. The black grid lines, jewel-like colors, and hints of embarkation, observation, and approach are especially redolent. The patterns integrate into the subject matter to create a formscape reminiscent of hyperspatial modalities. The visual rhythm is cohesive and masterfully executed to compliment the Blackbird Blackbird song Pure.

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