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How the Grateful Dead Influenced Psychedelic Rock

Formed in the 1965 hills of Palo Alto, California, The Grateful Dead proved to be a prolific cultural force with global acclaim and lasting impacts on the psychedelic rock genre. The original band members hailed from various musical backgrounds and local bay area bands like The Warlocks and Mother McCrees Jugtown Champions. Jerry Garcia, the

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The Midnight Gospel: Psychedelics and Escapism

It seems Netflix has a show for just about anyone, from psychonauts to straight-edged people and everything in between. The Midnight Gospel, the brainchild of comedian Duncan Trussell and animator Pendleton Ward, takes audiences on the trippy hero’s journey of space podcaster Clancy Gilroy. Alongside audio derived from episodes of Duncan Trussell’s podcast, Clancy acts

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Psychedelics in Film: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas is both an iconic novel by the debaucherous Hunter S. Thompson and a cult classic film adaptation by Terry Gilliam. Starring Johnny Depp and Benicio Del Toro as the leading duo, Raoul Duke and Dr. Gonzo, Thompson’s 1971 tale inspired the 1998 film and left lasting impressions on the

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Art in a Pandemic

Art in a Pandemic

Delic has partnered with celebrated artist Peter Schuyff to create wildly expressive pullover masks. Read our interview with Peter Schuyff.

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Meow Wolf: Immersive Art and The Embodiment of the Psychedelic Life

Meow Wolf: Immersive Art and The Embodiment of the Psychedelic Life

Before recent events, people normally visited immersive art environments to free themselves from the conditions of the “real world.” A leader in the immersive art world is the Santa Fe art collective, Meow Wolf. Founded by Vince Kadlubek, Meow Wolf started out as nothing more than a bunch of friends creating by any means necessary,

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