Psychedelic Traveller

Author: Psychedelic Traveler
Date: Jun 21, 2009
Views: 3415

Psychedelic Traveller is a multilingual, web-based, free-content project to create a database for the PSY/GOA-trance scene. The articles provide links to guide the user to related pages with additional information. The aim behind this is to publish a printed magazine from the information which is collected on the website.

The core team of the Psychedelic Traveller magazine is recruited of the people which have done the Trancer's Guide To The Galaxy since 2004. Psychedelic Traveller is written collaboratively by volunteers from all around the world. People of all ages, cultural and social backgrounds are writing Psychedelic Traveller's articles. The goal is to compile the sum of all psychedelic knowledge into this website. You can help to complete this goal by contributing to the community.

The printed magazine and website represents the surprisingly harmonious work of many scattered souls, linked by the desire to share their view about the psychedelic scenes they know best. With the help of our distribution partners, we will be spreading the printed issue out at various festivals, parties, shops and bars throughout the year.

* 12 x 12 cm (CD Format)
* 64 Pages inside + 4 Pages Envelope
* more than 30 country profiles
* 30 000 Magazines
* Distributed worldwide / About 1000 destinations



Every magazine will also have its special CD release. With their releases Psytraveller Records are continuing this concept of the magazine also musically, not only to give the traveller the soundtrack for his travel, but also to display the various sounds of the different scenes on planet earth. Every country has its own style and on the releases of Psytraveller Records you should become an overview about them.

The CD always comes together with the Psychedelic Traveller Magazine (included as booklet) and the artists are always featured in the magazine.

The first Release is: V.A. "Psychedelic Traveller - Vol. I" and contains the following tracks

1. Saeg (Mexico) 'Fluorescent'
2. Ovnimoon vs Zyce (Czech Republic) 'Stereo Space (Nerso RMX)'
3. Justice Unlimited aka Flowjob (Denmark) 'Life Is A Beach'
4. Meander (Greece) 'Konx Om Pax'
5. Sunstryk (Germany) 'No Surface'
6. Pop Stream (Israel) 'Off The Track (Mind Complex RMX)'
7. Life Extension (France) 'Catch My Breath'
8. Jirah (USA) 'Altadyde'
9. Bitkit (Belgium) 'Timemachine'
10. Scorb vs Deviant Species (UK) 'The Swarm'



The website is based on Wikipedia‘s wikimedia and open for everyone, you just have to register to the site and than you could edit or add everything to the site.

You can edit it

You do not need specialized qualifications to contribute, since your primary role is to write articles that cover existing knowledge. Most of the articles can be edited by anyone with access to the Internet, simply by clicking the edit this page link.

You are welcome to add information, cross-references, or citations, as long as you do so within Psychedelic Traveller's editing policies and to an appropriate standard. You don't need to worry about accidentally damaging Psychedelic Traveller when adding or improving information, as other editors are always around to advise or correct obvious errors, and the software is carefully designed to allow easy reversal of editorial mistakes.



* Arabesque Distribution / UK
* mushroom magazine / Germany
* Psychedelic Traveller / Germany
* / Germany
* Saikosounds / Hongkong
* Wakyo Distribution / Japan

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