Posted March 11, 2009 / By Steven Xavier Solipse / 0 Comments
Watch a remix of The Animatrix set to progressive psytrance by Dave Dittmer.
In three parts.
Posted January 7, 2009 / By Steven Xavier Solipse / 0 Comments
A longtime psyDJ and core member of TOUCH Samadhi released his musical creations into the wild, free. Producing tracks under the name Lost Baba, Kri is ignoring commercial concerns in the interests of cultural transmission. He recently re-mastered the tracks and announced their freedom. Lost Baba – Things change (2004 – 2005) All tracks written by Chris Johnson (aka kri). With help from Alex Falk (the bastard) and Calvin Boling (babar) on ghost.
Posted January 2, 2009 / By Steven Xavier Solipse / 0 Comments
Posted October 5, 2008 / By Steven Xavier Solipse / 0 Comments
On the first saturday of October, a virgin promoter launched a first party that was as good as I, and therefore everyone, could hope for. The vibe was ecstatically happy. Maybe it was due to all the Israelis in good holiday cheer dancing with wild abandon? St.Neff’s clever UV artwork contributed to the overall feel …
Posted July 31, 2008 / By Steven Xavier Solipse / 0 Comments
After watching the substantial amount of Orb Festival videos available on YouTube, I’ve put together a quick list of the best of them.
Posted June 25, 2008 / By Steven Xavier Solipse / 0 Comments
by Alchemism. A short film that captures the essence of the Gaian Mind summer festival.
Posted October 5, 2007 / By Steven Xavier Solipse / 1 Comment
We were unable to record much of went on at Harvest Arcanum on September 29, 2007, but a few partygoers took some great amateur videos of the excitement. Our favorite is this one showcasing the excitement up on the roof.
Posted August 29, 2007 / By Steven Xavier Solipse / 0 Comments
In the spirit of Psylab is Battles, a rock band that “…will close the season with some serious math-y insanity.
Seeing them is believing that rock will forever evolve. To call what Battles does “math-rock” doesn’t really give them or their rhythms justice. Call what they do “quantum-physics-core” or something. Every band that didn’t have a singer and liked to guitar-noodle mid-song were called math-rock. But Battles does more than shift tempos and create time disruptions… read on to find out.