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Albert Hofmann
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Psychedelic Trance
Psychedelic trance, psytrance or psy is a subgenre of trance music characterized by arrangements of synthetic rhythms and layered melodies created by high tempo riffs.[4][5] Psytrance lies at the hardcore, underground end of the diverse trance spectrum.[6] The genre offers variety in terms of mood, tempo, and style. Some examples include full on, darkpsy, Hi-Tech, progressive, suomi, psy-chill, psycore, psybient, psybreaks, or "adapted" tracks from other music genres. Goa trance preceded psytrance; when digital media became more commonly used psytrance evolved
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Space Rock
Space rock is a rock music genre characterized by loose and lengthy song structures centred on instrumental textures that typically produce a hypnotic, otherworldly sound.[1] It may feature reverberation-laden guitars, minimal drumming, languid vocals, and references to drug use. The term was initially used to describe the style of early 1970s progressive rock bands such as Hawkwind
Hawkwind
and Pink Floyd who explored a "cosmic" sound. However, it now refers to a "new generation of alternative/indie bands" drawing on psychedelic rock, ambient music, experimental/avant-garde music, krautrock, classical minimalism, and noise pop. This later style was pioneered in the mid-1980s by Spacemen 3, whose "drone-heavy" sound was avowedly inspired by and intended to accommodate drug use
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Psychedelic Soul
Psychedelic soul, sometimes called black rock,[1] is a music genre that emerged in the late 1960s which saw soul musicians embrace elements of psychedelic rock, including its production techniques, instrumentation, effects units (wah-wah, phaser, etc.) and drug influences.[2] It came to prominence in the late 1960s and continued into the 1970s, playing a major role in the development of funk and disco. Pioneering acts included Sly and the Family Stone, Jimi Hendrix, and the Temptations. Mainstream acts that developed a psychedelic sound included the Supremes and Stevie Wonder
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Stoner Rock
Stoner rock
Stoner rock
or stoner metal[1] is a rock music fusion genre that combines elements of heavy metal[2] and/or doom metal with psychedelic rock and acid rock. The name references cannabis consumption
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Trip Hop
Trip hop
Trip hop
(sometimes used synonymously with "downtempo"[3]) is a musical genre that originated in the early 1990s in the United Kingdom, especially Bristol.[4] It has been described as "a fusion of hip hop and electronica until neither genre is recognizable,"[5] and may incorporate a variety of styles, including funk, dub, soul, psychedelia, R&B, and house, as well as other forms of electronic music.[6] Trip hop
Trip hop
can be highly experimental.[6] Deriving from later idioms of acid house,[6] the term was first used by the British music media to describe the more experimental variant of breakbeat emerging from the Bristol
Bristol
Sound scene in the early 1990s, which contained influences of soul, funk, and jazz.[6][7] It was pioneered by acts like Massive Attack, Tricky, and Portishead
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Acid Western
Acid Western is a subgenre of the Western film that emerged in the 1960s and 1970s that combines the metaphorical ambitions of critically acclaimed Westerns, such as Shane and The Searchers, with the excesses of the Spaghetti Westerns and the outlook of the counterculture of the 1960s. Acid Westerns subvert many of the conventions of earlier Westerns to "conjure up a crazed version of autodestructive white America at its most solipsistic, hankering after its own lost origins".[1] Origin of the term[edit] The term "Acid Western" was coined by film critic Pauline Kael
Pauline Kael
in a review of Alejandro Jodorowsky's film El Topo, published in the November 1971 issue of The New Yorker
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Stoner Film
Stoner film
Stoner film
is a subgenre of comedy films that revolve around the use of cannabis.[1] Typically, such movies show cannabis use in a comic and positive fashion. Generally, cannabis use is one of the main themes, and inspires much of the plot
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Hypnagogic Pop
Hypnagogic pop (sometimes used interchangeably with "chillwave" or "glo-fi") is a 21st-century style of pop music[2][3] or general musical approach[4] which explores elements of cultural memory and nostalgia by drawing on the music, popular entertainment, and recording technology of the past, particularly the 1980s.[5] The genre developed in the mid to late 2000s as American underground artists began reaching back to retro aesthetics remembered from childhood, such as 1980s radio rock, new age, MTV

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Chillwave
Chillwave
Chillwave
(originally called "glo-fi" or "hypnagogic pop"[4]) is a music microgenre that emerged in the late 2000s. It is characterized by a faded or dreamy retro pop sound, escapist lyrics about the beach or summertime, psychedelic or lo-fi textures, mellow vocals, low-to-moderate tempos, effects processing (reverb especially), vintage synthesizers, and other attempts to loosely emulate 1980s electronic pop aesthetics as well as engage with notions of memory and nostalgia. Sometimes regarded as a "made-up" genre, chillwave was one of the first music genres to develop primarily through the Internet
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Acid Trance
Acid trance is a genre of trance music that emerged in the late 1980s and early 1990s focusing on using the acid sound. The trademark sound of "acid" is produced with a Roland TB-303
Roland TB-303
by playing a sequenced melody while altering the instrument's filter cutoff frequency, resonance, envelope modulation, and accent controls. This real-time tone adjustment was not part of the instrument's original intended operation. Acid trance is the best known form of trance music in Belgium
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Acid Techno
Acid
Acid
techno is a genre of techno that developed out of late 1980s Chicago acid house.[1] Acid house
Acid house
was essentially house music made with a specific sound, obtained by using very distinctive instruments created mainly by Roland, such as the SH-101
SH-101
and TB-303
TB-303
for bass and lead sounds, and the TR-707, TR-808, and TR-909
TR-909
for percussion. Acid specifically refers to the use of the Roland TB-303, or any other synthesizer designed to emulate its unique sound.[2] While modern electronic instruments have memory banks of different sounds or patches, these machines had to be manually set by adjusting control knobs
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Acid Jazz
Acid jazz, also known as club jazz, is a musical genre that combines elements of jazz, soul, funk, and disco.[1] Acid jazz
Acid jazz
originated in the London club scene of the mid-1980s in the rare groove movement and spread to the US, Japan, Eastern Europe, and Brazil. Major acts included Brand New Heavies, Incognito, Us3, and Jamiroquai
Jamiroquai
from the UK and Buckshot LeFonque and Digable Planets from the US. The rise of electronic club music in the mid to late 1990s led to a decline in interest, and in the twenty-first century, the movement became indistinct as a genre
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Drug Culture
Drug subcultures are examples of countercultures that are primarily defined by recreational drug use. Drug subcultures are groups of people united by a common understanding of the meaning and value (good or otherwise) of the incorporation into one's life of the drug in question. Such unity can take many forms, from friends who take the drug together, possibly obeying certain rules of etiquette, groups banding together to help each other obtain drugs and avoid arrest[1] to full-scale political movements for the reform of drug laws.[2] The sum of these parts can be considered an individual drug's "culture". Many artists have used various drugs and explored their influence on human life in general and particularly on the creative process. Hunter S
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Counterculture
A counterculture (also written counter-culture) is a subculture whose values and norms of behavior differ substantially from those of mainstream society, often in opposition to mainstream cultural mores.[1][2] A countercultural movement expresses the ethos and aspirations of a specific population during a well-defined era. When oppositional forces reach critical mass, countercultures can trigger dramatic cultural changes
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Phosphene
A phosphene is a phenomenon characterized by the experience of seeing light without light actually entering the eye. The word phosphene comes from the Greek words phos (light) and phainein (to show).[1] Phosphenes that are induced by movement or sound may be associated with optic neuritis.[2][3] Phosphenes can be directly induced by mechanical, electrical, or magnetic stimulation of the retina or visual cortex as well as by random firing of cells in the visual system
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