July 15, 2007 2:46 PM   Subscribe

Mezzowave. super sensory chill out lounge for relaxation and balancing the space. subsonic resonance and morphing visuals. Think Boobah meets SomaFM. [Flash, psychedlica]
posted by gottabefunky (11 comments total) 7 users marked this as a favorite
This does have it's nice points, and I considered posting it here awhile back, but what stopped me was the section where he claims his music tunes your chakras. Screw that, if I want my chakras tuned I'll go sit quietly in the corner, thank you very much.
posted by Burhanistan at 2:51 PM on July 15, 2007

can someone explain Boobah to me? this is something like after you do too many drugs for the teletubbies?
posted by geos at 3:09 PM on July 15, 2007

Similar, and much more interactive, is Infinitewheel. Perfect if your soul craves ice-cold dub.
posted by lekvar at 3:11 PM on July 15, 2007

geos: Boobah is programming aimed at infants-toddlers. They don't really need drugs since their brains aren't blocking all the cool stuff we don't see anymore due to our conditioning.
posted by Burhanistan at 3:13 PM on July 15, 2007

It's the next generation of zombo.com, without the voiceover.
posted by brain_drain at 3:17 PM on July 15, 2007

I refuse to watch/listen to this. Saw the Boobahs one hungover Saturday morning. I sat there mesmerised for what seemed like hours, in a state that I can only describe as a heady concotion of repulsion, fear, fascination and complete and utter incomprehension. It struck terror to the very core of my being. 'Chill' and 'Boobah' don't belong in the same sentence for me. The teletubbies are rank amateurs in comparison.
posted by slimepuppy at 3:42 PM on July 15, 2007

Re: boohbah

What infants really need isn't to develop their language skills or learn to interpret and manipulate the world around them.

They need nonsense syllables and pretty colors!
posted by InnocentBystander at 5:19 PM on July 15, 2007

It's the next generation of zombo.com, without the voiceover.

But the voiceover is the best part!
posted by Meatbomb at 6:06 PM on July 15, 2007

I for one welcome & like it. I find it difficult to concentrate on chakras for a long time and the part that highlights each chakra in succession can be very helpful. As far as music tuning chakras.. yeah, maybe not.
posted by rainy at 6:20 PM on July 15, 2007

Yes, but meditation that does a paint-by-numbers thing with the chakras really doesn't go anywhere but imagination...but that is a whole other story.
posted by Burhanistan at 7:41 PM on July 15, 2007

Not bad, I guess, especially after clicking on this. But when it comes to tuning my chakras, I prefer to remain open.
posted by Sailormom at 8:40 PM on July 15, 2007

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