The Mitochondrion M4.2.2, as spun by Ben.
Apparently, ironically hip people have noticed that psytrance* is neither ironic or hip – A Big Night Out at… a Psytrance Rave! It is, however, fun way to have a night out dancing. That article describes it as “total aesthetic non-conformity” but that implies that the psytrance community cares enough about normality to decide to reject it. I don’t think that’s the case at all (or at least, not very often). It’s more that self-expression can explore a range of directions. By the simple law of averages, most of those directions lead in a different direction to conformity. It’s not rejection, it’s just possibility.
My direction just happens to involve excessive use of computer-controlled LEDs. That’s not because I’m rejecting fluorescent lighting, it’s because I personally think excessive LEDs are a fun challenge. Also I eventually want to spin LEDs whilst having to wear a welding mask due to those LEDs kicking out all the photons.
* – Yes, I know it’s all psybreaks/tech-funk around these parts, not psytrance, and that the tune in that vid is old-school rave, but such distinctions don’t matter at the level of the ironically hip.