StreamTribe.Live’s very own PSYMILL has been cooking up a lot of anticipation in his Psychedelic Kitchen. More recently, he’s been warming up for his long-awaited performance for the Vibes For The Tribes Festival, benefitting Feed Bali.
Feed Bali is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing food and other essentials to families who have been impacted financially by the pandemic.
Based out of central Wisconsin, PSYMILL, real name John Wood has been creating in the music space since 1989 and recently decided to shift his talents to Twitch in 2019. PSYMILL is eager to participate in the upcoming event not only to deliver two hours of mind-melting psytrance but to give back to the community.
“If more of us did amazing events like this, not only would we be doing more good in the world, but our fan base would be saturated with an entirely new network of other like-minded fans and artists,” he says. “This is the beauty of the new music scene. We must keep the positivity flowing and set the fundamentals of how fans and artists take care of one another.”
The Twitch-based electronic artist has become popular for streaming The Official Psychedelic Kitchen daily. However, he’s constantly innovating fresh content to keep viewers on their toes. He recently updated his show to include the highly sought-after “Wheel of Cheesus,” which is something you’ll need to tune in for to learn more about.
The self-proclaimed Hybrid Alien of Psychedelic Trance uses music to express himself and highlight his unique qualities. Looking toward 2022, PSYMILL plans to keep the momentum going and even hopes to incorporate some new ideas to engage with his fans.
“I look forward to another incredible year in the Psychedelic Kitchen,” adds PSYMILL.
Catch PSYMILL daily on his Twitch channel, and tune into the Vibes For The Tribes Festival via Twitch, as he’ll be making an appearance on the Trance/Psytrance stage on November 20th at 23:00. View the full event schedule below.