Auroratone films were produced by the Auroratone Foundation of America Inc. in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California. The films showed crystal-like abstract color patterns that changed and blended with each other. The patterns were produced by using crystallizing chemicals and polarized light, which were then synchronized to a variety of recorded musical tracks. The process was developed by English psychologist and scientist Cecil Stokes, who was the founder and technical director of the company. Stokes was issued patent 2292172 on August 4, 1942, for “Process and Apparatus for Producing Musical Rhythm in Color”.
The films were combined into a thirty-minute-long color movie entitled Music In Color. The first films were presented to the public in 1940 in San Diego and were then shown at various theaters in the United States and Canada.
1940s AURORATONE (Restored!) featuring Bing Crosby
I suppose that is one way to prepare for a DMT trip.
Tales from the Trip S01E86: Psyched Substance Smoked DMT While on Acid and Found His True Self
Diplo back with another hilarious video, this one almost slipped by me
Diplo & SIDEPIECE – On My Mind
Ai Art – pytti pixel animations by Nerdy Rodent
Another case of “I don’t feel anything, I should take more”.
Tales from the Trip S01E77: Don’t Get Too Cocky When You Take Shrooms (ft. Irene Tu)
It seems that a huge wale is going to free Palestine
The Synaptik – Al Tareeg (feat. Abyusif) (Official Music Video) | السينابتيك – عالطريق (مع ابيوسف)
A nice AI trip through time and space. These are getting pretty wild, eh?
Cosmo, Not. – Gage Winslow
Aired in 2021.
List of videos in this episode:
Heart to Mouth by Bart Heiss
Quentin’s Secret Pelican Button by Sean Reynard
The Galactic Trial by Joel Haver
Absence by Alex Goddard
Manipulation 6 by Baron Lanteigne
Kaduna by Jacob Jonas The Company & Critics Company
“Color Me” music video by Martin de Thurah
Contour by Wow Inc.
This episode was guest curated and produced by Alan Steadman.