In episode #132 of The XS Noize Podcast, Mark Millar meets Colin Angus for his first AI interview about his new band “Moship.” The Shamans originator discusses his new venture through AIngus, Moships AI aide.
Moship is an digital music duo consisting of Colin Angus and Digital Habitat. The duo launched their first observe, ‘A2E ft Michael Horowitz’, on the eightieth anniversary of Bicycle Day (the unique Lab Leak), when acid godfather Dr Albert Hofmann wobbled house on two wheels, experiencing the total spectrum of psychedelic results from the nascent LSD-25 he had just lately synthesized and imbibed.
Take heed to episode #132 of The XS Noize Podcast with Colin Angus – BELOW:
Colin Angus and Digital Habitat are cohorts with distinctive backgrounds and influences, making a sound mix of psychedelia, home, ambient, and dub parts. Digital Habitat launched varied nuggets experimenting with the above musical vibes from London and a northern coastal outpost.
Colin is a Scots musician, lyrical cultivator, entheogen advocate & (m)adventurer. Colin was in The Shamen, who made psychedelic music from the mid-80s to the top of the twentieth century & had a chart hit with Terence McKenna. Colin and Digital Habitat linked up at a efficiency by Violetta @St Pancras Previous Church, then started musing collectively remotely earlier than initiating Moship through the darkish daze of the plandemonic/ crockdown period.
Michael Horowitz is an American author, editor and psychedelic historian. He co-founded the world’s first psychoactive drug library, co-edited collections of Aldous Huxley (Moksha), Timothy Leary (Chaos & Cyber Tradition) and ladies’s drug literature (Sisters of the Excessive), and was Leary’s archivist and bibliographer. The lyrics to A2E are an prolonged mixture of a chat he gave on the World Psychedelic Discussion board in Basel in 2006, honouring LSD discoverer Albert Hofmann.
Moship Interview credit: Phrases: Colin Angus, Voice: AIngus, AI Activation: Digital Habitat, Information & E mail signup – moship.org, licensing – moksha.co.uk. Take heed to Moship releases right here.