Playing with the tension between soothing and menacing, soft and jagged, glossy and glitchy, this is a soundtrack for psychonauts, an adventure through shifting tones, textures, and soundscapes. Do not listen if you suffer from irrational fears of the future. Experiences of bliss, involuntary dancing, and spontaneous dropping of the bodymind are normal. If any of these symptoms persist, continue use and consult your metaphysician immediately.
DOSE: One listen (approx. 53 minutes)
DIRECTIONS: Apply one (1) dose to your earholes whenever you would like to enhance your experience of:
*Headphones highly recommended.
WARNING: Do not listen if you suffer from irrational fears of the future. Experiences of bliss, involuntary dancing, and spontaneous dropping of the bodymind are normal. If any of these symptoms persist, continue use and consult your metaphysician immediately.
Here is a comprehensive track list for the Dark Matter mix, complete with time-codes and purchasing links. If you like anything you hear in this mix, please support the artists by PURCHASING THE ALBUMS!
(00:00) The Wilhelm Scream – James Blake
(02:08) 11 Ghosts II – Nine Inch Nails
(03:38) Pieces From the Whole – Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross
(6:00) Will Do (Switch Remix) – TV on the Radio
(9:03) Joe Si Ha – Tosca
(10:12) The High Road – Broken Bells
(12:30) Stormy Cloud – DJ Krush feat. Ken Shima
(14:38) Easy Muffin – Amon Tobin
(16:34) PG – Saul Williams
(17:55) Black Mass – UNKLE
(18:41) Come On Riding (Thought the Cosmos) – DJ Shadow
(22:20) Festival – Sigur Ros
(25:01) Bloom – Radiohead
(26:10) Unbalanced Pieces – Soulsavers
(28:41) Def Surrounds Us (Rockwell Mix) – DJ Shadow
(29:27) 4 – Aphex Twin
(31:01) Caffeinated Consciousness (Das Racist/PatrickWhat Remix) – TV on the Radio
(34:08) Hamlet of Kings – The Orb
(34:43) On the Run – Pink Floyd
More of Corey’s music mixes
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Sutras is an hour-long musical meditation that includes spoken word pieces by Alex Grey, Ken Wilber, Lama Surya Das, Sally Kempton, and Alan Watts. A synaesthetic journey through gross, subtle, causal, and nondual realms. Sonic tonic for your aching body, mind, and soul. Liberation upon hearing.
The Kosmic Slop
The Kosmic Slop: a high-energy, hour-long odyssey through space, time, rhythm, and rhyme. An eclectic mix of wibbly-wobbly timey-wimey stuff.
(r)evolutions: Protest Music for a New Day
An inspirational 2-hour mix of 21st-century protest music. Because a revolution without dancing is not a revolution worth having.
About Corey deVos
Corey W. deVos is Editor-in-Chief of Integral Life, as well as Managing Editor of KenWilber.com. He has worked for Integral Institute/Integal Life since Spring of 2003, and has been a student of integral theory and practice since 1996. Corey is also a professional woodworker, and many of his artworks can be found in his VisionLogix art gallery.
This past Saturday I started listening to “Prophecy” from 1984 Dune soundtrack and stayed in it for like 3 hours.
It dropped me into a meditative state immediately and it was a very interesting “InterGalactic” kind of meditation I didn’t even want to leave. Though results may differ for others I suppose.
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