Darkpsy Releases at Ektoplazm The heavier end of the psychedelic trance spectrum with BPMs from about 148 and up. Related styles include psycore (fast and crazy), hi-tech (bouncy and glitchy), and forest (more organic and earthy). Free Music | Darkpsy, Hi-tech | May 23, 2017 | Released by Psykocats | Posted by Basilisk 01 - We Are All Mad Here (145 BPM)02 - On Fire And Blood (150 BPM)03 - Reptilian Kontrol (150 BPM)04 - The Big Movie (160 BPM)05 - The Last Tears Of Humanity (172 BPM)06 - The Man From The Bottom Of The River (172 BPM)07 - Creation (100 BPM)08 - Expansion (200 BPM)09 - Love Tenderness Freedom And Peace (172 BPM) Self-Transforming Nature, Intra Frekish Void‘s first release on Ektoplazm, will immerse you into a melancholic and energetic journey. The trip begins with the history of humans focused around themselves, continues with their opening to the cosmic realm, and finally ends when they merge unconditionally into the universal consciousness.
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Inside Upworthy's Viral Formula Short and viral: two words that seem to be on every publisher’s tongue these days. New publishers like Circa and NowThis News are trading in the traditional currency of media — expensive journalism — to produce content that plays to the new normal: quick bursts. Other publishers, like BuzzFeed and Cheezburger, zero in on the viral nature of the Web. And then there’s Upworthy, which paints itself as a sort of BuzzFeed for the thoughtful set.