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Enpsychedelia
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The focus of the podcast will be primarily on Melbourne, drawing together the unique culture of neuro-chemical explorers, from ...


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October 19, 2012 07:19 AM PDT

Thanks as always, to this week's contributors!

http://soundcloud.com/asiroerudite - Chronicles of the Mind Melt
This young lad also dabbles in the visual - http://www.flickr.com/photos/donutslightworks/sets/72157629886622571/

http://soundcloud.com/mortisville - The Goose (Woohoo Revue remix) check out Melbourne Balkan-Gypsy-Swing-Mashed(potato) band The Woohoo Revue here -> http://www.thewoohoorevue.com.au/
Mortisville will be releasing a remix album early 2013. https://www.facebook.com/MortisvilleMusic

http://soundcloud.com/elixkrovvy - Spiral NONsense - an audio-art collaborative piece.

Josh Buckle for his gift of the gab.

The Sydney Morning Herald (Fairfax) article I spoke about and was quoted in can be found here, for your own perusal:
http://www.smh.com.au/national/a-new-generation-takes-the-acid-test-20121012-27i26.html

And Greg Kasarik, for speaking with me about his upcoming hunger strike.
http://www.kasarik.com/
Greg will need any support that you can give, so check out his website, get in touch and help out where you can.

If you want to read the Johns Hopkins University study, you can find it here:
http://jop.sagepub.com/content/early/2011/09/28/0269881111420188.abstract

I highly recommend searching around Greg's website, he has a lot of information on the legal tale and his own venture in his journeys.

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There will be big changes happening with Enpsychedelia in the coming months, but as always, I am searching for more contributors. Anything and everything that can be put on to a podcast is fair game. Get in contact with me or post your details on the Facebook group:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/enpsychedelia/

Please, share the podcast with your friends, family, colleagues... strangers on the street... who ever! One of the main goals of this project is to break down taboo and open up discussion, tell people's tales and share art and perspective that has been influenced, in some way big or small, by altered states of consciousness.

In Lak'ech Ala K'in

October 10, 2012 07:07 PM PDT

Big thanks to this week's Enpsychedelia contributors, helping us to put the pieces of the puzzle together!

http://soundcloud.com/christopher-psyraver - The Crazy Things You Do

and

http://soundcloud.com/themollusk - The Mollusk's latest album 'Nautilus' can be bought here -> http://www.addictech.com/p/108559
The album launch gig will be at Revolt Art Space in Kensington on Saturday the 20th of October. Tickets $20. Details -> https://www.facebook.com/events/300709796702842/?fref=ts
And check out their video: http://vimeo.com/51118893

Thanks to those who shared their story on this episode:

Siduc Enneite
Helma, who interviewed Bec.

Thank you for continuing to follow and listen to the podcast! I have very much enjoyed producing it so far and have some plans I hope to put in action over the summer. In the mean time, I am still always looking for contributions for upcoming episodes, so if you have something you'd like to contribute, send it through!

https://www.facebook.com/groups/enpsychedelia/

In Lak'ech Ala K'in

September 30, 2012 09:15 PM PDT

Thanks to contributors to this episode:

http://soundcloud.com/brudaja - Pretty Cool (PSA)

and

http://soundcloud.com/signal-loop - Extheogen / Renegade 2 set

The snippet of Adam Bandt MP and Andrew Leigh MP is from the La Trobe University Ideas and Society program talk, "The Future of the Left in Australia: Labor and the Greens, Enemies or Friends?"

The entire discussion can be heard here:

http://www.latrobe.edu.au/news/ideas-and-society/the-future-of-the-left-in-australia-labor-and-the-greens-enemies-or-friends

And the Australia 21 reports can be found here: http://www.australia21.org.au/

Hope you're having a lovely start to spring (Southern Hemisphere) or Autumn (/Fall - Northern Hemisphere). I'm looking for contributions, feedback, comments, discussion... anything to help Enpsychedelia with content or to get better in the future.

Visit the Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/enpsychedelia/

In Lak'ech Ala K'in

September 24, 2012 04:10 AM PDT

Thanks to this week's contributors:

http://soundcloud.com/user1123581321 - Nikola Tesla
and
http://soundcloud.com/miorc - Fractured Wind and Whispering Wheats.

Doron from Lost Tribes, talking about the Origins of Consciousness tour.
http://www.losttribes.net.au/
http://www.entheo.net/ - Entheogenesis Australis (EGA)

Neşe from the University of Pennsylvania, playing host to the Psychedemia conference.
http://psychedemia.org/
And be sure to check out their podcast: http://psychedemia.org/category/podcast/

Check their promo video too -> http://youtu.be/d9SKlud1F4s
And Origins of Consciousness' here -> http://youtu.be/QvzhmgIGi04

As always, kudos to the imaging folks, Signal Loop and Runaway Graphics, whose details you can find to the right.

We are always looking for more contributors, as this is a collaborative project. Head to the Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/enpsychedelia/ to get in contact with me.

In Lak'ech Ala K'in

September 09, 2012 03:39 AM PDT

Big thank you to this episode's contributors:

http://thejuicemedia.com/ - Rap News - Big Brother is WWWatching You
If you can, follow the links and donate a few bucks to these guys. You can download the song here -> www.reverbnation.com/rapnews

http://www.endofthelinefestival.com/ - Thanks to Brent from Limerence in Belgrave for chatting about the upcoming festival, go check out the website for further details, especially if you'd like to apply. https://www.facebook.com/endofthelinefestival

http://soundcloud.com/brudaja - The Forest of Shaolin Frowns.

Randall, for his review of Eugene Jarecki's documentary, http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2125653/

http://soundcloud.com/justinelwalsh - Soul Thread

http://monicabarratt.net/ - Dr. Monica Barratt's blog, with a wealth of information.
http://worldwideweed.nl/ - International Research into Cannabis Cultivation. The research is (obviously) anonymous and searching for anyone who has grown or is growing cannabis to participate.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2012-09-09/decriminalise-drugs-to-curb-addiction-report/4251256 - This is the latest report from Australia 21, regarding different policy options than the current, failed, War on Drugs.

This is a non-stop ride! I'm already looking for contributions for next week's episode, so.. you know the drill!

https://www.facebook.com/groups/enpsychedelia/

September 03, 2012 12:04 AM PDT

Thanks to this week's contributors:

http://soundcloud.com/elixkrovvy
http://soundcloud.com/flect with New Yorker

As always, thanks to sound colourification man Signal Loop
http://soundcloud.com/signal-loop

And big thanks this week go to Brent Dakis at Runaway Graphics, for his visual genius: http://www.runawaygraphics.com.au/ - The logo for the show is his work, check out some of his other stuff!

This show is all about collaboration and contribution. If you have something to contribute, contact me by visiting the Facebook group:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/enpsychedelia/

There's also further information there, including links to a few of the things I've talked about in this week's episode. We are part of a vaster community. Explore and engage the extended community.

In Lak'ech Ala K'in

August 19, 2012 08:01 PM PDT

In episode two, we begin exploring the community dividing issue of substance regulation. This is a conversation piece that would be excellent to explore further in the future, so if while listening you think of something you want to contribute, perhaps a story or a different take on how it all works, then get writing and recording.

This week's contributors:

http://soundcloud.com/thewyldcard with Spanner Scan (AMB Remix)
Wyldcard's EP can be bought for $9.99 here -> http://www.addictech.com/p/82078
http://soundcloud.com/slinky-3 with Hello
http://soundcloud.com/inkstainpro with Meditate

Sound Colourification from http://soundcloud.com/signal-loop

My contrarian friend, for our discussion.

The Channel Seven News story in reference can be viewed here: http://youtu.be/Ai01DFP5q3Y and the report article referenced can be read here: http://stichtingopen.nl/en/home/research/study-shows-no-evidence-of-adverse-mental-health-effects-in-long-term-ayahuasca-users

For further details on Australian drug laws and government information:
http://drugs.health.gov.au
http://www.tga.gov.au/industry/scheduling-basics.htm
http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/legis/vic/consol_act/dpacsa1981422/

Contributions for future episodes are always welcome. Any topic you choose, or feel free to expand on things discussed in previous episodes. You can refer to pieces of audio in older episodes and I can include them as soundbytes, if you wish to discuss further.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/398436663551793/ in

August 12, 2012 08:35 AM PDT

This is the pilot episode of the podcast Enpsychedelia, a collaborative jigsaw puzzle for the voice of visionary culture.

Featuring in this episode are:

http://soundcloud.com/elixkrovvy with Kala's Calling
http://soundcloud.com/adaynetau with Chilledsteps/Diving in to a Fractal
http://soundcloud.com/brudaja with The Purest Thing
http://soundcloud.com/signal-loop for the sound colourification

Josh Buckle with 101 Colours

Voxpoppers from around Melbourne

Seppuku-RatMan for his tale.

And the Channel Seven news clip, in full can be seen here: http://youtu.be/Ai01DFP5q3Y

This pilot is intended to give you an idea of what Enpsychedelia is. It is a shared project coming together under one roof. Download it, stick it on your music playing device, play it to your friends and family, share others artistic works around. Most importantly though, if you have a talent you'd like to share, or a comment you'd like to make - do so.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/398436663551793/

I'd also like to thank EGA for their critical eye:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/entheo/

In Lak'ech Ala K'in

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