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Masvidal

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Paul Masvidal from Cynic

Mythical Human Vessel is a trilogy of records written and performed by the songwriter and guitarist Paul Masvidal.


“These are songs of healing and transformation." says Masvidal.

Each song on MHV uses 'Isochronic Tones' designed by Dr. Stephane Pigeon, creator of the Brian Eno-celebrated website MyNoise. The tones are a groundbreaking type of sound therapy for increasing serotonin, alleviating depression and stress, improving focus, and aiding in restful sleep. "Mythical Human Vessel" is intended as “an inherently relaxing listening experience, and adding the tones multiplied the benefits,” Masvidal says. “More serotonin for all!"


Info

  • Day: Saturday

  • Stage: Second stage

  • Time: 19.00 - 20.00

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#tbt performing @cynic_official song ‘Integral’ @boweryballroom NYC on the @decibelmagazine Hall of Fame, ‘Re-Traced’ tour w @intronaut_band & Dysrhythmia/ @k_hufnagel The distant voices you’re hearing is a dinner party with friends on the eve I was recording the song. We were having a spiritually related discussion, and I felt inspired to capture the energy and slip it into the bridge. Our collective frequency was vibin’ high that night ⚡️👽🌌 At the end, you hear naked, simmering, wine glasses. Tymon and had I recorded them to create an ambient symphony bed for the songs foundation. Each glass had slightly different amounts of water poured into them, spelling out an F #min9 chord 🕊 to the -6/ μ / millionth 🤍 —— *📸Amanda G Hernandez #cynicband
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HBD to @cynic_official’s, Carbon Based Anatomy released on this day in 2011. Life was very intense for me when this album was made, feeling emotionally exhausted, full of rage and sadness. I was in the throes of an ugly legal battle with an ex-manager, recently out of a long term relationship, and taking care of a friend who was dying. One of those life moments where everything came to a head. Sean Reinert and I moved into a house in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, I converted a small garage on the property into a recording studio, and the work began at a furious pace. 30 days later, Carbon-Based Anatomy emerged. Making this record was truly a balm during a tumultuous and painful period in my life. Over the years I’ve received countless emails and messages from fans about how this album impacted them. I’m grateful for all of you, in that we can collectively heal through music and come out a bit more in touch with meaning, connected to life, and our raw and naked hearts. — #cynicband #carbonbasedanatomy *YT channel AngelLBeloved2 made this video. Please tag if on IG
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Beaming cosmic hugs and a Vayu Mudra your way from the studio 👽 1 min ❤️ meditation: Try putting your hand in this mudra position and placing the other on your heart. Breathe deeply. Imagine the breath going in/out of the heart. Let it in. Breathe in the self-cruelty. All our unwillingness to love ourselves. All our judgment. A lifetime of fear, of anger, of distrust. So much hiding there. Breathe in whatever comes up for you. Let the fear and doubt melt in your heart. The heart has room for it all 🤍 #thingsarejustastheyare
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Music & 👽 are two of my favorite things. What are some of yours?
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Once upon a time. Up until this time. For the time being. Time and time again. All in good time. Time’s up! #kairos #slowdown #onemomentatatime
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A peek into my mortal cup of mind over the past week👽 Guitars completed on another new @cynic_official song. Often sleepless, riding the currents of what feels like a firestorm of cosmic debris⚡️🔥🌪🪐🌬🌌
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I was standing up for the 14 year old me and others who’ve been bullied and had to be around ‘dudes’ saying that’s so ‘gay’ on the reg. It crushes the spirit of a person coming to terms with their sexuality. People don’t realize the effect it has on a psyche and how many kids harm themselves or even commit suicide because these types of culturally accepted norms rooted in homophobia and misogyny are still commonplace today. A reg straight dude growing up in this world will never quite understand, unless they have heightened empathy, or a family/friend who give them reference points. Lots of commenters said “people need to grow thicker skin, realize it’s just comedy, and not be so touchy.” This isn’t about being touchy or triggered. It’s about raising your vibration and trying to be a more empathetic person in the world. It’s about being mindful of your speech, thinking of children who don’t have the emotional maturity to work with dysfunctional adults. This is about being more civilized as human beings and mindful of the fact that many men suffer trying to live up to some arcane stereotype of what it means to be ‘a man.’ It is actually liberating to all men when the idea of being ‘a man’ isn't put into a box. We live in a complicated world, and we have to conduct ourselves differently if we want to see our species evolve. We aren’t grunting in caves anymore (well, maybe some of us are). Years ago I read a book called The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz: Here's Agreement 1: Be Impeccable With Your Word In essence, this agreement focuses on the significance of speaking with integrity and carefully choosing words before saying them aloud. I’m not saying people shouldn’t be allowed to poke at the absurdity of humanity, but you must realize when making derogatory gay jokes, there are children running around who are struggling, and although seemingly “minor,” a history of these combined with a culture of normalizing anti-queer/misogynist language really adds up and makes someone feel horrible for just being the way they are. It’s like a knife right into your heart. Stop. Feel. ❤️
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The nostalgia is real 😂 Found some old #Deathband tour laminates!
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Death ‘Human’ 29 years ago today, wow. L-R: Chuck Schuldiner, Scott Burns (mixer), me & Sean Reinert — Steve DiGiorgio on bass (not in photo) 🤘🏾🖤

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