Anahata Ben


Anahata Ben aka GSD DJ, since 2014. Experimenting interdimensionally with the unique and irreplaceable frequencies of the psycodelic multiverse. From the Psybient, through the Psy Chill, playing with the frequencies of the Progressive and the Dark Progressive, arriving at the Full On (Morning or Night); being reborn through the Forest and traveling through the dark and blunt vastness of the Dark Psy. Fascinated by Hi Tech and Psy Core. Demonstrating breadth in its mix ... Participating in countless Festivals, Parties, Open Air Raves, and ONLINE broadcasts. Organizing as SOLAR Colective, with PSYoSoY; events at the local level that have put Bucaramanga and Santander back in the world psychedelic sights. Achievements that have allowed him to share the stage with the best artists in the country, and he begins to rub shoulders with the masters of the psychedelic world trance. Among these stand out Ancestral Festival VI - Beach Edition (Where he had the honor of sharing the stage with Frantic Noise), Jungle Groove Festival VI Edition (Where he shared with Frame, Ritalin Child, Kedarnath LIVE, among other artists recognized in South America), in several of the events that Aluna Pro organizes in Colombia, where they have also brought guests known as Cubixx, Keluk, among others). Markahuasi Festival 2016, and a long etcetera that brings together the most important events held in Colombia. With extensive experience gained, a new GSD project based on your deepest musical tastes (Hi Tech, Psy Core and DarkPsy) now begins.





What is music to you? What does it give you?

Music gives me life. A profound reason to live. A really powerful tool to change my world and the entire world. Blessings all the time, that is what music . Is and gives.

What is your music dream?

To live travelling and playing avery weekend all around the world.

If you could change the world - what would you start with?

With a profound message in any performance a play for the crowd.

Which is the most memorable song from your childhood?

Martires - Godwana