Post the most drug-addled, mind expanding, or life-affirming music you can!!
Do I even need to say 'Pic related'?
lonerism is the best psych album in decades
tame and mgmt have made the best psych albums since PF period
>lonerism is the best psych album in decades
tame impala is my personal favorite band, but better than >>55574877 ???
I don't think so, and Kevin would agree
I have some LSD here i think i'll listen to this when i use it.
Not really, Flaming Lips did better. I'd agree with MGMT though.
No, listen to this.
Also, theres tons of bands that are as good as tame impala or mgmt, please
Ive been listening to this for the past hour. >Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble(artist)
>Here Be Dragons(album)
taste: you have it
holy fuck, finally this album is getting ousted around... thank you so much, dude, incredibly underrated post-psych album
>btw not as deep or experimental as you think
I don't think that you faggot, I said it's life affirming, you jumping to say "it's not d-deep" means you feel threatened by it for some reason
24 HOUR LOVER MAN
Fuck off, loser, that fripp/eno record sucks and is not life affirming, if anything it makes me want to kill myself or at the least listen to each of those guy's much better albums
>Tell everybody, waitin' for Superman
That they should try to hold on the best they can
He hasn't dropped them, forgot them or anything
It's just too heavy for Superman to lift
The song was inspired by a conversation Wayne Coyne had with his brother during the time before his father passed away. His father was very ill and slowly dying and Wayne's brother asked Wayne if he was doin ok, or if things we "getting heavy". Wayne thought things we already "as heavy as they could be" but realized his brother was letting him know that it would get worse when their dad does eventually pass away. A beautiful, beautiful song with a gorgeous melody written by Steven Drozd
I don't think A) you've tried LSD and B) know what life affirmation means
fuck your self, baiting faggot, posting what inspired the song doesn't change what the song actually means in the context of thevalbum
can't believe no one's mentioned this one yet
boris - flood
(I'm a different person but) tame impala is boring because their's nothing in their music which hasn't been done better elsewhere, nor is any of it a unique combination of those things. It's ok psych pop-rock, but it really sounds like they're singing halfheartedly written Lennon songs with more vocal reverb.
I don't get this opinion at all
I'm really into psych rock and I never listened to tame impala and thought that it wasn't interesting
the only similarity is the dude's voice and the fact that he's making psych rock
Holy shit thanks for posting this.
I first heard about Ozric Tentacles while in Greece on a beach at night. This is the place where the hippies reside, everyone just free camping there. One night we sat by a campfire and we were discussing music, and this one Greek man suggested I listen to Ozric Tentacles. He pronounced it phonetically though, so tentacles became tenta cless (cless as in less with a c in front of it). Because we didn't understand him he wrote it in the sand, and I've never forgotten about them from that day on.
>their's nothing in their music which hasn't been done better elsewhere,
you could literally make this same argument for the Beatles, who also just borrowed and improvised a lot from band around them
not everything has to be 100% earth shattering unique and ground breaking holy shit better than classical music tier good, ok?
for the record, tame impala are the best band to listen to on LSD
Nice story, thanks for sharing. Although now you're making me feel bad that I can't remember where I heard of them from, I just recall being floored by their music and wondering why I'd never heard of them sooner.
It's not exactly psychedelic but this is amazing while tripping.
I nearly lost my shit to Hitler as Kalki when I was tripping in a movie theater.
Why are we even discussing this? People are allowed to like or dislike bands if they want to.
I personally tripped on mushrooms and listened to Tame Impala, and I've never experienced anything as beautiful in my life. It's not suprising that that doesn't go that way for everyone.
why do you fucks listen to music when ur high
i mean i love music, but its interactive enough for me. I feel i dont get the most out of being high by just listening to music and sitting about.
Wow it's almost like psychedelics and music are different for different people.
The textures in Innerspeaker, to me, were way too...soft? Smooth? It was a pleasant experience but it didn't really impact me, I could've been listening to dream pop it was so reserved.
Druggy music is fucking terrible. I can't wait until you grow out of your early 20s and stop thinking your mail-ordered imitation LSD tabs make you cool.
The best musical art was created with the help of alcohol, nicotine, meth and coke, but no stoner or psychedelic hippie has created anything of artistic worth.
>tfw standing for eternity in a 7-11 tripping out and waiting for them to make your $5 pizza at 2 AM
Less arguing about petty shit, more album recs. And if you post a fucking thumbnail or album art with no text give us the album name you fuckwits.
In reality though? I tripped with 2 other friends once. At a certain point I was in the exact same headspace as another friend, and we were having the deepest conversations about life. The other friend did not speak with us; he mentioned the monkeys on the wall, and how everything looked weird.
If anything tripping is an intelligence test.
i listened to Innerspeaker then Lonerism on a bikeride while peaking and it was one of the best experiences of my life
music is amazing when you're high wtf
also, you CAN do stuff while listening to music
While I don't find it dull, I think listening to psychedelia while tripping is sort of "playing it safe". It's sort of designed for the experience.
The best fun is finding the best music for your trip outside your comfort zone.
Case in point
you can reach the godhead if you know what you're doing, but when you say you like hectic trips that worries me and makes me disregard what you say because it's like you don't know how to trip... I mean, you can enjoy your trip how you like, but if you really want to use it right, ya gotta know what it's all about
I can relate to this
Me and my friends have tripped on both shrooms and acid and the girls we trip with are so odd, they just talk about visuals and how nice it all looks whereas we seem to discuss things varying in topics
That dude wasn't me but:
I like hectic trips because I prefer my world to get shaken up instead of just intensified. I don't just want to be sitting around and talking about how pretty everything is, I want to be extensively debating my friend's assertion that at any moment he can think himself out of existence if he thinks hard enough.
And I get into that headspace through chaos, not easy listening.
Anyone can trip anyway they want though.
While I was tripping, I didn't even realise that I was tripping. I wasn't looking at it through my own eyes anymore: I was literally in another world, not just viewing it from our own world.
>it's much easier to reach the godhead through minimalism and stuff, ie psych pop like pet sounds or tame impala
Dude. We're two different people.
I thought you actually did psychedelics man.
I agree with what you say here. There's no right way or wrong way to trip. Usually it does say something about what kind of person you are though; be it energetic, relaxed, impulsive, etc.
I know we're different lol obviously you don't have the experience I have so you think subjectivity is what it's about, it's not
If you know what you're doing, amazing things happen. if you don't, you'll just trip, and that's fine, but a waste of brain cells
I'm not dogging on you, but yea gotta study up and 'get there'
There is indeed a right way to trip. I've guided only four people, but they all had positive adventures and reccomended me, i was quite taken back to be hones not trying to brag
no one ever told me how to trip, I figured it out on my own, by my self everytime
I once reached something that at that time felt like heaven, an infinity without all the earthly affairs. This soon shifted to being an eternal god watching upon everything just playing out.
For me this was pretty much random. I didn't study up on it or anything, but it's the best experience I've ever had in life.
>but yea gotta study up and 'get there'
K, man. You seem like an expert on experts!
>There is indeed a right way to trip
The only actual real right way to trip is to figure it out for yourself.
You can be a pleasant tour guide but it's the trip that's important for the person.
Not trying to dig you or anything, but you kind of sound a little bragging, not too much but yeah.
wow, nice. and it only gets better when you can focus on it for the time being
it sounds like bragging when you have to explain so,etching as big as acid and the godhead...
but I'm not, it's a trip at first, but later becomes a door to heaven to see God, see what's up
I once thought that with psychedelics you start to see things differently. You don't start to see them differently, they actually become differently. You are no longer in the same place you were before.
I guess it's because I don't naturally view things in the form of a godhead but my most intensive trips are always an enrapturing sort of feeling of a singularity of being (yeah, I feel you when explaining sounds sort of ridiculous) - just sort of a complete ending of me and a beginning of everything else.
you may not call it a godhead, but yeah I know you've been there
I'm going back to posting trippy shit
It seems weird to me though. With stuff like MDMA you can exactly pinpoint when you've had too little and want some more.
With truffles, I don't even think about the dose while tripping. It can't be heavy or light, because you're not really you experiencing it, but rather being something else.
I've never really done small doses, so how does truffles work then, without you being able to reach another world?