Mendel Kaelen, a post-doctoral neuroscientist at Imperial College London who specializes in the function of music in psychedelic therapy, has created a series of psychedelic music playlists that can be used for therapeutic purposes:
If you are a therapist interested in using this music in psychedelic therapy, please be aware that music-selection is only one component of the therapeutic work with music (preparation, guidance & integration). I am available to consult on this.
I am so glad that I stumbled upon Kaelen's incredible playlists. A recent experience with the Psilocybin I playlist—which was originally created for a 2016 psilocybin depression study—showed me just how skilled he is at creating the perfect soundscape for an entheogenic voyage.
As a lover of all things music and psychedelic, I was elated to discover that there is someone out there who specializes in creating marvelous playlists for psychedelic therapy and research studies. I highly recommend that you check out his work.