Follow curiouser film-maker Matt Levin down the rabbit hole as he pilots our trip through the multi-layered psychedelic realm - inspired and guided by the insights and experiences recounted by the musicians, technologies, artists, gurus, writers, places, and ideas he engages with along the way.
Translove Airwaves is about connections. Linear, lateral, conscious, subconscious, past, future, inspired, inspiring, soul, body, natural, synthetic, within, without. Come experience psychedelia with everything wide open.
Motivated by curiosity and enticed by connections, Matt Levin is an inspiring film-maker who explores the full spectrum of modern psychedelia; exploding the stereotypical definition of the psychedelic experience as a drug-induced, hippie indulgence irrelevant to the mainstream.
He seeks to raise our consciousness and recalibrate our minds by interacting with those exploring the edges of creativity; be that in music, film, words, images, art, technology, ideas, healing, lifestyle or hallucinogens.
Engage as Matt discovers the dots that join the doyen of psychedelic film, Chilean-born Alejandro Jodorosky’s 1989 classic Santa Sangre to the Pope via composer Simon Boswell who, himself, is then inspired by Matt to play guitar for the first time in 25 years.
Immerse yourself in krautrock pioneers, Harald Grosskopf and Eberhard Kranemann, as they bend minds at Liverpool Psych Fest whilst PsychFi relocate those same minds at the back of the room through their immersive AV cyberdelics.
This isn’t a study, this isn’t a document, this is an experience.
YOUR HOST: MATT LEVIN
Your psychedelic sherpa
Matt Levin is a filmmaker, music lover, and the creator and host of the new psychedelic TV series, Translove Airwaves. Conceived in the Summer of Love, then born and raised in Los Angeles. Went to Film school in Oregon and now lives in Washington, DC with his partner Natalie and their 3 year old daughter Juliet.
Want to learn more about Translove Airwaves? Have a great psychedelic story to tell? Don’t hesitate to get in touch.