Friday, October 9, 2009

"Liquid Crystal Vision" trance dance (film)

"Liquid Crystal Vision" (LCV) fuses the ancient and the future. It blends scenes of exotic places such as Angkor Wat (Cambodia), Goa (India), Laos, Japan, and others with superb graphics, sounds, performances, and channeled interviews.

LCV trailer: a psychedelic movie that weaves a multi-colored tapestry of dance, trance, mystical arts, and science on the digital loom of shamanic cybernetic consciousness. See below for the movie itself, which begins with Buddhist ten-precept nuns.

LCV presents dancing as one of the means to initiate a far-reaching personal evolution. It contrasts control with freedom. The impact of the mystical arts movement on planetary consciousness is highlighted during its 60 minutes running time. LCV makes an artistic and political statement that leaves a strong imact on its audience. See: Liquid Crystal Vision

Psychedelic trance or "psytrance" is a form of electronic music characterized by hypnotic arrangements of synthetic rhythms and mesmerizing melodies. It first broke out into the mainstream in 1995 as the UK music press began to report on the exploding trend of Goa trance in India.