Psychedelic music

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Psychedelic Music
Stylistic origins rock and roll, jazz, folk music
Cultural origins Psychedelic drug use
Typical instruments drums, guitar, bass guitar, keyboards, tape loops, found objects, various Indian instruments
Mainstream popularity c. 1965-1967, later evolved into progressive rock
Subgenres
Psychedelic rock - Psychedelic folk - Psychedelic pop - Psychedelic soul - Psychedelic ambient - Psychedelic trance - Psychedelic techno - Psychedelic breakbeat

Psychedelic music is a term referring to different music styles and genres, such as psychedelic rock, psychedelic folk, psychedelic pop, psychedelic soul, psychedelic ambient, psychedelic trance, psychedelic techno, and others. Often people use the words acid rock to refer to the more intense and loud forms of psychedelic rock, particularly many of the jam bands and heavy rock groups of the late 1960s. Psychedelic music can apply to almost any kind of music, even classical.