Spirited Records Release ‘Welcome To Utopia’ – Vol 3

Spirited Records Release ‘Welcome To Utopia’ – Vol 3

Spirited Records since its inception has been about supporting the global and local psychedelic movement, has had events and now see’s a third edition of the popular (underground) series : ‘Welcome To Utopia’

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Here’s who cuts it on the list

  • Julian Forest – Celestial Visions – Spirited Records -USA
  • Mind Map- Actual Instinct- Spirited Records – India
  • Veide – Galatic Nostalgia – Spirited Records – Russia
  • Sidhkali – Fire of Kali – Spirited Records – Mexico
  • Psyclone – Let me Introduce – Liquid Art Entertainment – India
  • Mahakala -Natural Fibonacci – Spirited Records – Mexico
  • Philostrate – Focused Energy – Liquid Art Entertainment – India
  • Shiv-Eye – Food of the Gods – Liquid Art Entertainment – India
  • Ganapati – I Love Psychedelic – Spirited Records – Sri Lanka
  • Arkamena – Sineosomatic – Spirited Records – India/Nepal
  • Spirited- Tranceducer – Spirited Reocrds -Sri Lanka
  • Aumnious – Istina’s Curse -Spirited Records – Portugal
  • Unknown Logic – Dark Signs – Hypnotic Space Records – Germany
  • Venom ft Panayota- The Origin of Mankind – Spirited Records -Israel
  • Galactic Architect- Empathic Warfields – Spirited Records – Holland
  • Fluro Neuro – Awakened Vibrations – Last Point Records – India
  • Mr. A – Shifted Morphunk – Spirited Records – Sri Lanka

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