Watch: Crystal Voyagers: A Journey Through The New Age: Part One

May 2013

Witness the first rays of the dawn of the Age Of Aquarius breaking through your LCD screen in part one of Mark Pilkington's journey through the New Age, and towards the great beyond.

Watch the first instalment of Crystal Voyagers: A Journey Through The New Age. Charting the rise of the Age Of Aquarius and its effect upon music over the past two centuries, this three-part, illustrated lecture is adapted from a talk by Mark Pilkington, given at London's Cafe Oto in December 2012, as part of The Wire Salon series of talks and discussions events.

Written and narrated by Mark Pilkington of Strange Attractor Press. Produced by The Wire's Nathan Budzinski. Special thanks to Resonance FM.

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