We are beyond happy with our first album – “A Spatial Odyssey” – produced by End of Time – a trio of multidimensional musicians in collaboration with a curated group of artists from across the globe. This album celebrates connections between different cultures, traditions and humanity as a whole. We’ve worked with Greek philosophy, ancient Sanskrit, Buddhist mantras, beautiful Sufi poetry, early Christian polyphonic influences, and a shaman who lives in the Chinese mountains. What’s technologically innovative and makes the experience deeply immersive, is that we use spatial sound as an instrument, offering an extra compositional tool that listeners can use to experience spacious awareness.
Music connects us to memories and emotions. Music engages both sides of the mind. The left side is used to interpret the lyrics in a song and the right part is where sounds and melody are processed. Music also positively affects an area of the brain involved in communication, such as Broca’s area, which is employed when processing written and spoken language. The most essential of all regions that is affected by music is the Amygdala. This is important, and specially in reference to the psychedelic experience, because this region is involved in the way we experience emotions.
Within the realm of psychedelic exploration, music transcends its conventional role as a mere auditory component. Combined with a psychedelic substance, our music can help you to process emotions on a deeper level of consciousness. Our music is engineered to:
Music can be a valuable companion on a psychedelic journey, as it can act as an anchor, a gentle embrace during turbulent tides. As we traverse the intricate labyrinth of consciousness, music becomes a navigational instrument. It can lead us through tranquil lakes and across stormy oceans. Music serves as a testament to the timeless affinity between sound and soul, a harmonious resonance that continues to reverberate long after the journey has come to conclusion.