This is NOT just for geeks, and I did NOT need to capitalize not like that, so I need to be careful going forward to minimize inappropriateness to a degree qualifying as harmless humor.
Geekedelia is like blasting on a laser beam through DMT Land.
After a successful flight test at Area 420, which included vaporizing Critical Jack, Lavander Haze, a trippy Granddaddy Purple, Fruit Loops, and Purple Champagne “saladed” together in my old-school Vapor Genie, I can thankfully say that this secret is ready for some rather intense disclosure.
Well, just to be sure, another similar flight test was flown, but with a strain combination of Blue Diesel, Uptown Haze, Shangri-La, Ogre Kush, Juicy Jack, and Mr. Clean.
You know you really deserve my very best effort, so a couple of more flights matched that deserving. First flight included Maui Wowie, Hippie Crippler, J1, Granddaddy Purple, and White Dream, and the second one included Amnesia Haze, Purple Haze, Uptown Haze, Candy Kush Kunduz, and Mr. Clean.
Okay, we’re really good and ready now.
I don’t want to give too much away in support of the spoiler clan, but Pink Floyd makes a statement with a powerfully spacemixed version of Welcome to the Machine, The Crystal Method hits twice including Keep Hope Alive, Liquid Stranger takes your mind for quite the ride also on a double amount of times, and Eat Static “irritates”. That is never to diminish the remaining tracks, which are every bit as strong imho (e.g. I do feel some intensely cool connection with Blind Procedure, and Evil Oil Man taps a devilishly cool sample from the classic movie Time Bandits).
The stable 1.0 release of Geekedelia springs onto the metaphorical shelves this March 23.
At the risk of mixing metaphors (that risk likely occurring a lot around these zones), it’s now time to turn off the cosmic-reaching oven light and go about our preferably awesome lives (hanging in whatever there you got) until then.✌️