Have Your Cake and Eat It Too by Evan Kearney published on 2013-11-13T13:28:00Z Unlike some of the other pieces with psychotomimetric (psychosis imitating) properties that generally stick to that theme without a "release" to normalcy, this piece allows you to "have your cake" (experience the weird state of disorientation and poor coupling) but "eat it too" (also feel release from it). There is undoubtedly a sense of urgent unease in this song, but upon careful and emotionally open listening, there are clear states of euphoria as well. However, it is nontraditional euphoria in an almost nostalgic, carnival-esque nature. As to a mental analogue of this song's affective projection, the thing that comes to my mind would be a hallucinogenic drug experience or even a strong Cannabinoid intoxication. Enjoy!